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  2. JDK-8059387

Unexpected SSV warning appears on Linux for FX applet requesting JRE 1.7+

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    • CPU:
      x86
    • OS:
      linux

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        Testsuite name:FXDTManualTest
        Test name(s):FXDTManualTestScenarios/Install_fx2.2_java1.7p_java1.6Installed.html
        Product(s) tested:Jre8u40b07-32bit
        OS/architecture:OEL6.4-RedHat-x86

        Copy JDF workspace, install test jre, and run this case
        Component: javafx deployment
        Steps:( this test case is from new_framework/javafx/manual/FXDTManualTest/testcases/FXDTManualTestScenarios/Install_fx2.2_java1.7p_java1.6Installed.html)

        Test Procedure:
        1.Install the test JRE
        2.Add http://localhost:8080/ to the Exception Site List in Java Control Panel->Security
        3.Configure the test browser to use the test JRE java plug-in
        4.Use the test browser to launch the applet which has “ javafx: 2.2“ and “jvm: 1.7+” in it.
        http://localhost:8080/FXDTManualTest/html/Install_fx2.2_java1.7+.html
        5.Accept to run from the security dialog
        6.The applet should get loaded successfully using the test JRE

        The actual result:
        At step 6,there's a SSV dialog shown up after clicking "Run" on the security dialog .Please refer to attachment.jpg.
        Is it a bug or case issue?If it is an case issue,please update this case instruction for linux.

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                vdrozdov Victor Drozdov (Inactive)
                Reporter:
                michaelw Michael Wang (Inactive)
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