Mozilla 1.1 for MacOS 9.x Machine ID:604 My company uses Oracle in large measure for many data base items. The web interfaces to this use various JSPs. In all cases, form based execution of this cause fatal errors to the program. It dies with a type 2 error. Simple example: We use oracle for our employee look up. The main page shows up, but when you click on any of the names, the program dies, and you end up having to reboot your computer (for safety, not a requirement). The program dials home to inform of the bug, but insufficient information would be present to identify the bug. It appears that many Java things do not work right on this version of Mozilla. I wish I could offer you the actual JSPs, but that is impossible. Sorry for no test cases.
Assignee: rogerl → asa
QA Contact: pschwartau → asa
Glenn, do you have TalkBack enabled? Does it ever run after these crashes?
Severity: major → critical
Keywords: crash, stackwanted
Summary: Oracle JSPs do not work properly → Mozilla crashes with using Oracle JSP application
Hi Greg TalkBalk is enabled, has been sent in. Mozilla dies with a type-2 error, and "gracefully" quits with the save work and restart standard message. Regardless of if I reboot or not, Mozilla will die in the exact same way every time. The Java Console doesn't help as the crash is too sudden. I do have MacsBug, and might be able to find more data if you are interested. Currently, I have MacsBug disabled. Let me know if I can provide you or Phil with more data. I did email Phil yesterday on this privately. Cheers, G
Here is the info Glenn provided me yesterday (thanks!): ------------------------------------------------------------------------ This does not appear to be related to 164815 as there is no Jinit for Oracle for Mac that I am aware of. This is not supposed to require such either. I am a manager and use our HR side of oracle, which does require the Jinit to work at all, and that only works on my PC. (I'm still using netscape 4.5 on PC, as it is the only one that is stable). My Mac was using Netscape 4.7, but it was dying 5-6 times a day and was thus unusable. To anwer your specific questions: 1. No this bug is not similar 2. The machine kaks so there is no way to get to the Java Console. 3. This problem only appears to occur on Macs that I am aware of. However, there are other intranet sites that seem to have similar kinds of problems on both platforms. One of my employees has seen GUI errors (not crashes) when accessing some particular Java applet. Unfortunately, there is little more I can tell you, as there is no way to gain access to the dump. Is there some reference material I can give you from the "dial home" bug function? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ I will try to look up Glenn's Talkback reports now -
The stack traces both show crashes in the MRJ plug-in. Reassigning to Patrick and OJI component -
Assignee: asa → beard
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Browser-General → OJI
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: asa → pmac
Summary: Mozilla crashes with using Oracle JSP application → Mozilla crashes in MRJ plug-in using Oracle JSP application
->bnesse, beard is moving away from Java ownership
Assignee: beard → bnesse
Have you tried reproducing this issue with IE 5.1? It would really help to know whether it is an MRJ issue or a Mozilla issue. If it does reproduce with IE and MRJ then file a TAR with Oracle.
Does Oracle work with Mozilla Mach-O? Mozilla CFM build is dead.
This bug is targeted at a Mac classic platform/OS, which is no longer supported by mozilla.org. Please re-target it to another platform/OS if this bug applies there as well or resolve this bug. I will resolve this bug as WONTFIX in four weeks if no action has been taken. To filter this and similar messages out, please filter for "mac_cla_reorg".
-> default assignee for old netscape assigned bugs.
Assignee: bnesse → yuanyi21
QA Contact: chrispetersen → zhayupeng
This probably should have been killed with comment 10. If this bug still exists in a recent app and you can provide relevant info, please feel free to re-open and move this to Core:Java Embedding Plugin.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 11 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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