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Topic Title: What difference will it make if one uses Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.17 & not Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.18 using Windows XP?
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Created On: 21 October 2011 02:10 PM
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 21 October 2011 02:10 PM
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RwegasiraM

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Currently using Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.17 with Windows XP as the operating system for the system/applications l use. What difference will it make if one uses Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.17 & not Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.18 using Windows XP?

What are the benefits of using Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.17 instead of Oracle JInitiator v1.3.1.18 with Windows XP?

Of the above versions, which is best for laptops, newer computers & can you recommend a good web browser that will support the oracle software?

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 24 October 2011 01:08 PM
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lowson_i

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OK

I read some information about JInitiator here

This documentation is against a 10g server not the 11g. I'll see if I can provide a link in a bit.

More to follow...

There is a list of versions of JInitiator for 10g here

and detailed in the changes (here) details the bugs that are fixed.

Standard statement would be:
If the following bug fixed were an issue for you then upgrade.
If everything works, schedule in the upgrade against the scheduled maintenance release.

Bear in mind that 1.3.1.18 is not the latest version you may want to consider the following.

Hopefully this is enough information for you to digest and provide a more targetted question(s).

What is best for laptops and a good browser could be moot points to which everyman will have a tuppence to chip in...

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Edited: 24 October 2011 at 01:26 PM by lowson_i
 04 November 2011 09:32 AM
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RwegasiraM

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Many thanks Ian for the information, the links are useful .
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