Warning when adding new term
Thread poster: jimshanks

jimshanks
Local time: 09:28
Dutch to English
Jan 31, 2013

I have recently upgraded Java to Version 7 Update 11 build 1.7.0_11_b21 and now every time I try to add a new term to my termbase from the Editor view of Studio 2011 I see a warning: Do you want to run this application. There is yellow shield and the text, an application located on your computer is requesting permission to run. Location /.../wu0wu403.dsm.html. (This location changes with every new term).
I believe it is a new security feature of Java.
Can anyone confirm this, and if so how do I disable it? It is an absolute nuisance popping up every time I enter a new term.
Thanks


 

Giles Watson  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 10:28
Italian to English
SDL KB article 4645, solution 3. Jan 31, 2013

You could try solution three in article 4645 in the SDL Knowledge Base.

Worked for me icon_wink.gif


 

jimshanks
Local time: 09:28
Dutch to English
TOPIC STARTER
That's the ticket! Jan 31, 2013

Many thanks Giles, that's fixed it for me too.
Jim


 

Philip Isenberg  Identity Verified
German to English
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Thanks Giles! Feb 5, 2013

Grazie mille Giles, m'hai salvato!
Philip Isenberg


 

Lorenzo Bermejo
Local time: 10:28
English to Spanish
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Java 7.13 available Feb 5, 2013

hi, be reminded that there is already a new release of Java.
it is very unsafe to run outdated versions.


 

jimshanks
Local time: 09:28
Dutch to English
TOPIC STARTER
Java warned me Feb 5, 2013

Hi Lorenzo,
yes thanks for that. Java popped up the message box again telling me that it wanted to run a program and that my Java was out of date.
I updated to the new version and the message has not appeared again - nor have I had any problems with STUDIO or MULTITERM,


 

Jim Thomson
Austria
Local time: 10:28
German to English
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Does the trick Apr 9, 2013

Brilliant! That fixes it. I chose option 3.

 

jimshanks
Local time: 09:28
Dutch to English
TOPIC STARTER
Argh. Same problem with J7 update 21 (build 1.7.0_21-b11) May 1, 2013

If I set security settings in java to medium is says that all java programs are allowed to run but this is the only setting that allows me to insert new terms.
I am concerned that this dangerously lowers my system security.
Is there any way to get insert new term to work with java set at High (minimum recommended)?


 

jimshanks
Local time: 09:28
Dutch to English
TOPIC STARTER
And significantly slower with Java 7 update 21 (build 1.7.0_21-b11) May 2, 2013

I have noticed this morning that in addition to asking if I want to run the program the first time I add a new term the overall performance when translating in the editor seems to have slowed down considerably. I have a high spec machine which has been lightening fast until now. Today is the first time I have ever seen it slow down, especially when propagating translations.
Has anyone else noticed problems after installing the latest Java release>


 


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