While executing Rational Functional Tester (RFT) scripts, “Java version out of Date” Pop Up could come up. This could halt the the proceedings.
This is a Java security protocol to help user to remind and upgrade to the latest JravaRuntime (JRE). This cannot be disabled or cannot be handles as unwanted windows.
Here's a workaround that might help!
You can run the Java Control Panel as administrator, and then make changes to the Java update settings. Schedule the update
notification to the desired time and avoid untimely notification.
Note: Running the Java Control Panel as administrator is necessary even if you are a user with administrative privilege with User Account Control (UAC)..
Follow these steps to run Java Control Panel as administrator.
- Click Start. In the Start Search box, type command.
- A list of matches will appear. Right-click Command Prompt in the Programs list.
- Click Run as administrator
4. To open the Java Control Panel, in the Command Prompt window type:
5.In the Java Control Panel, click on the Update tab.
6.Check the checked box for “Check for Updates Automatically” and click on Advanced Tab.
7.Change the update notification settings by selecting option to when you want your system to ask for java version out of date popup for example weekly, daily or monthly and at time for the same is also configurable.
Note: If you are not logged in to system as administrator then options to change Java update notifications will be disabled and you will not be able to make changes.
Refer the below screenshot for the same: