no, it works with Java 7 on the Mac.
We found some issues in oracle's Java 7 on OS X so we can not use it for our application yet.
All jars a properly signed the same way.
Is there any way to get some more output from javaws like the console in Java 7?
Thanks for your help.
Am 27.06.2013 um 19:46 schrieb Mike Swingler <email@hidden>:
> On Jun 27, 2013, at 4:54 AM, Christof Aenderl <email@hidden> wrote:
>> since the update to 1.6.0_51 (incl. latest patch) on OS X 10.7 and 10.8 a native library is not working properly in Webstart but in the standalone version of the application.
>> I've added the Permissions and Codebase attribute to the jar containing the natives but that does not help.
>> Any idea what has changed in 1.6.0_51 that prevents the native to work?
>> BTW: How can I show the console for Java 6?
> Does the problem reproduce when you run your application in Web Start Java 7 on the Mac or on Windows? Keep in mind that using Java SE 6 for applets or Web Start is completely unsupported.
> There have been many security enhancements and new requirements that all .jars and their contents be signed. Is the .jar that contains the native libraries signed the same way as the primary app .jar is?
> Mike Swingler
> Apple Inc.
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