JDK-7009690 : When click the to Front, the window didnt move to the front of the frame on ubuntu11.04-x64
  • Type: Bug
  • Component: client-libs
  • Sub-Component: java.awt
  • Affected Version: 5.0u51,6u45,7,8,9
  • Priority: P3
  • Status: Open
  • Resolution: Unresolved
  • OS: linux,linux_ubuntu
  • CPU: x86
  • Submitted: 2010-12-30
  • Updated: 2019-01-17
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Description
Testsuite name: jck manual

JDK/JRE tested: jdk-7-ea-bin-b123-linux-amd64-22_dec_2010.bin

OS/architecture: ubuntu11.04-x64 with FF3.5.6

Reproducible: Always

Reproducible on machine: ubuntu11.04-x64


Descriptions:

Please use the 'show' button to display a red window and a blue frame.

When the window is in front of the frame, verify that pressing the 'toBack' button causes the window to be moved to the back of the frame.

When the window is behind the frame, verify that pressing the 'toFront' button causes the window to be moved to the front of the frame.

Also verify that the status in the status area is correct.


Actual behavior:

When click the to Front, the window didnt move to the front of the frame on ubuntu11.04-x64. Please see the attachment Windowtest.png

Expected behavior:

Click the to Front button,the window is in front of the frame .

Verify:

Use jdk7b123 on linux & winxp , this case PASS

Use jdk7b122,jdk7b121 on ubuntu11.04-x64, this case FAIL

USE JDK7b123,jdk7b122,jdk7b121 on ubuntu10.04-i586, this case FAIL.
See comments for bug info according to template.
This issue is reproducible in Ubuntu 10/11 with JDK 7 x32/x64 with/without browser.
JDK 6u25 works as expected on the same platform. ( stt-28.russia/Gnome )
Also no issues with JDK 7 x32/x64 on OEL 6 x64 ( stt-51.russia/Gnome ).

Comments
Able to reproduce the issue in the following scenario JDK 6u105 b10 JCK JCK-runtime 6b/b24 OS suse12 64 bit/
19-08-2015

not introduced in 6u85
17-09-2014

There is the same issue on oel7.0-uek-x64 platform with jdk6u85b11(64bit). api/java_awt/interactive/WindowTest_WindowTest
17-09-2014

The same issue on solaris11-x86,jdk5u71b05(32bit) When we click on the "toBack"or"toFront"buttons,The window didn't moved to the back or front.
28-04-2014

You have approval to defer the following issues. Please update. Cheers, B.
07-10-2013

jdk8: SQE OK to defer
01-10-2013

8-defer-request: Nothing changed since jdk 7. The problem is NOT a regression and NOT a jck issue, not an escalation.
01-10-2013

Evaluation from JCK team: ======== The java.awt.Window spec states: ... developers should not assume that this method will move this Window above all other windows in every situation. Based on this, I believe this is not a conformance issue. ========
01-10-2013

Bug deferral review: Please check with the JCK team can get their approval (please have JCK team update bug with their OK to remove conformance label). Change label back to8-client-defer-candidate when done.
24-09-2013

I assume that conformance and regression labels should be removed. 8-client-defere-request: Nothing changed since jdk 7. The problem is NOT a regression and NOT a jck issue, not an escalation.
24-09-2013

That was deferred by RT to jdk8 (see above)
08-07-2013

The same issue on ubuntu13.04-x86,jdk7u40b32(32bit) When we click on the "toBack"or"toFront"buttons,The window didn't moved to the back or front.
04-07-2013

EVALUATION Also reproducible in gnome environment on Ubuntu9. There is a stadalone test in comments section showing the effect (NonWorking1.java). On my machine (just gnome) it has one minor difference with the submitter's machine - on second toFront() the RED window does appear to front while on submitter's machine it doesn't. Once I enabled the compiz on my machine I got exactly the same behaviour as on submitter's stt-28. Obviously the jdk6u25 passes on my machine. Most likely it have the same root/or related to 6472274. It should and can be running smoothly with jdk7 on gnome but I don't consider this a high priority for jdk7.
18-04-2011

EVALUATION The problem is reproducible on the host specified by the sumbitter.
18-04-2011