= Java Liveconnect =
== Owner == * Name: Deepak Bhole
== Current status == * Targeted release: Fedora 10 * Last updated: October 29, 2008 * Percentage of completion: 100% * Liveconnect support in Fedora 10 is complete. The new Java(TM) plugin (IcedTeaPlugin) provides this feature.
== Benefit to Fedora == Currently, there is no Open Source solution that provides Liveconnect support. Anyone wanting to use sites that use Liveconnect, had to use the Sun Java(TM) plugin, and consequently, Sun's JVM. The new Java(TM) plugin in Fedora provides a fully open source solution, allowing users to use those sites with OpenJDK, which is included in Fedora.
== Scope == Liveconnect support work is complete. It is part of the latest java-1.6.0-openjdk-plugin rpm, built in dist-f10.
== Test Plan == No special hardware is needed for testing the new plugin. It should be tested on standard Fedora supported architectures. Since there are no known automated tests for a Java(TM) Plugin, testing consists of trying out as many different applet based pages as possible. We have tried a wide variety of sites to that end (Gaming, Banking, Information services, etc.) to ensure that the plugin works.
== User Experience == John wants to solve a jigsaw puzzle at www.jigzone.com. He is running a Fedora 9 system, with java-1.6.0-openjdk-plugin (GCJ Web Plugin) installed. To play, he has to: 1. Download the Sun Java(TM) Runtime Environment 2. Extract the contents 3. Point Firefox to use the new plugin, and make sure that the existing OpenJDK plugin is not loaded 4. Browse to www.jigzone.com, and load/solve the puzzle
With Fedora 10, John simply needs to ensure that java-1.6.0-openjdk-plugin is installed, and then he can open up a browser, navitage to the site and start solving the puzzle!
== Dependencies == None
== Contingency Plan == GCJ Web Plugin would be used as a fallback.
== Documentation == Since this is a web plugin and not a standalone application, there is no associated documentation.
== Release Notes == The section on the plugin located here in the release notes for Fedora 10 applies.
== Comments and Discussion == * See []