JDK-8025956 : Warning message appears in all the jar files not only the main jar file
  • Type: Bug
  • Status: Closed
  • Resolution: Fixed
  • Component: deploy
  • Sub-Component: plugin
  • Priority: P2
  • Affected Version: 7u45
  • OS: generic
  • CPU: generic
  • Submit Date: 2013-10-04
  • Updated Date: 2014-02-12
  • Resolved Date: 2013-10-21
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Description
the Application-Name attribute is read from the ���main��� jar only, although all jar files without it generate a warning.

o if it is only read from the ���main��� jar file, why do all the other files generate warnings was well?

o Is it going to be mandated that this attribute appears in all the jar files?

o  If so,it is the same in every file?  

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Comments
https://sthinfra10.se.oracle.com/cru/CR-JDK7UCPU-136
2013-10-21

SQE is OK to fix that in 7u51 if fix comes before RDP2
2013-10-16

Jitender, please add clear steps to reproduce. Is it a regression?
2013-10-07

Request to defer from 7u45: not showstopper at this point in the 7u45 release cycle. Could be confusing to developers. Request to add to 7u51 queue.
2013-10-07

Ok I can see that sometimes even with scenarios with Application-Name attribute , we end up showing Publisher as UNKNOWN on native warning dialog. Is this what SIEBEL is complaining about?
2013-10-04

I tried the latest siebel applet i.e. http://slc05rxc.us.oracle.com/callcenter_enu I don;t see any Application-Name attribute or (Main-Class attribute) inside the applet main jar. I believe in this case showing UNKNOWN on native dialogs is correct behavior?
2013-10-04

warning message is the message we print in java console only, correct ? or is there some other warning in the dialogs we show ? does not look like showstopper to me.
2013-10-04