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[cw-discuss] Banking
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Joe Baker
2007-02-28 18:01:21 UTC
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I just became aware that JPMorganChase sends out CDs now to corporate
customes which include the archived banking images, reports and such.
It's a java app and acts wierd with Firefox.

Here's another instance where IE and Java are a must for Wine.
Just when I'd converted this accounting person over to a Linux thin client.
Overall she has a much better experience than when she was running
Windows 98 on a 128meg box.

-Joe
Joe Baker
2007-03-01 14:06:45 UTC
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I think the JRE installs fine under Wine, it just doesn't run. It was a
version like Sun's 1.4.2.10. Maybe now that 1.4.2.13 is out it is worth
trying again. Maybe Sun should be apprised of the problem. After all
they are the ones chanting the montra "write once run everywhere". I
think they are joggers instead of system admins.
1.5.0.10 is also out. The bank certifies the older 1.4 series to work
with their site.

-Joe
Am I understanding that you where able to install the JRE on Wine/CX?
Which version of Java?
Oh and just out of curiosity what where the problems with Java/Firefox?
I just became aware that JPMorganChase sends out CDs now to corporate
customes which include the archived banking images, reports and such.
It's a java app and acts wierd with Firefox.
Here's another instance where IE and Java are a must for Wine.
Just when I'd converted this accounting person over to a Linux thin client.
Overall she has a much better experience than when she was running
Windows 98 on a 128meg box.
-Joe
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ikevin9
2009-01-12 11:31:03 UTC
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