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I'm running a 7.0 LTS Engine and heard that no security updates will shipped by oracle for the java runtime enviroment that is required to run the Admin UI of the Engine.

To keep my installation secure with the latest patches, I want to install an alternative JRE based on OpenJdk plus the IcedTea plugin to run Java Webstart apps: https://answers.axonivy.com/questions/3598/java-8-is-out-of-support-what-can-i-do-to-still-use-my-ria-clients-in-the-axon-ivy-engine

Now, how do I properly setup the suggested AdoptOpenJdk+IcedTea bundle on my Windows Server in order to run the AdminUI without any oracle dependencies?

asked 24.05.2019 at 03:55

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edited 24.05.2019 at 04:27

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1) Install AdoptOpenJDK-JRE

Download: https://adoptopenjdk.net/releases.html#x64_win

You only need the JRE Installer (MSI) alt text

2) Download & Install IcedTea (MSI)

Download: https://adoptopenjdk.net/icedtea-web.html

Details: https://adoptopenjdk.net/migration.html#icedtea-web alt text alt text

3) Verify your setup

Go to the Engine info page (e.g. http://localhost:8080/ivy). Click on the 'Admin' tab. Now the IcedTea splash screen should boot up. Several security warning dialogs must be approved in order to continue. You are done. alt text In the the Task manager you should see as well that a 'javaws' binary is running which lives in the IcedTea install directory.

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answered 24.05.2019 at 03:58

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edited 24.05.2019 at 04:27

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