How I sequence Java in App-V

Posted by Tim Mangan on Jan 17, 2017 9:37:41 AM

 

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Topics: App-V, java

Java Version Control Quick Start Guide

Posted by Brandon Lee on Aug 31, 2016 11:47:42 AM

Java versioning, or version control, has long been the bane for many an IT Manager. By default, java will apply the latest installed version to a particular application or website. This can cause some obvious headaches due to the nature of how many of these third-party applications were designed, and what versions of java they find compatible. In multi-user environments, it can be even more complex and costly to try to manage the assortment of java versions that may be required.

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Topics: java, java redirection, java version control

Embracing and Accepting Legacy Java Apps with Love and Happiness

Posted by Brad Rowland on Jun 15, 2015 8:31:49 PM

The AppSense Bigot recently posted part 1 of his “FSLogix first look” series, Managing Legacy or Multiple Java Versions, the EASY Way!

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Topics: AppV5, Sequencing, java, App Packaging, App Virtualization, java redirection

Video demo: Citrix NetScaler Java Fix

Posted by Brad Rowland on Nov 11, 2014 9:37:56 AM

In this video, Randy demonstrates usings FSLogix Apps to specify that NetScaler use an older version of Java that it is compatible with.  All other applications and URLs use the latest version of Java.

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Topics: java, Application Virtualization, Citrix NetScaler

DABCC podcast with Douglas Brown and Randy Cook

Posted by Brad Rowland on Sep 5, 2014 5:53:07 PM

Douglas Brown, founder of DABCC, interviews Randy on our upcoming 1.5 release, covering application visibility, java compatibility, and policy management.

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Topics: beta, VDI, XenApp, virtual desktop, java

Here Comes 1.5 and Other News

Posted by Brad Rowland on Aug 21, 2014 4:14:00 PM

Last month we started our public beta for version 1.NEXT (now 1.5), adding enhanced support for per-user font management, our first set of extensive reporting capabilities, and enhanced java support, streamlining the ability to specify what version of Java should be used with a particular URL or a particular Java program.  This is useful in situations where a URL or an application requires an older version of Java, but everything else should use the latest, most secure version of Java.

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Topics: beta, cloudvolumes, java

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