This article shows how to Stop Java pop-up warning messages when viewing files in Oracle AutoVue
If Java 7 update 51 or higher are installed on a client PC, adding the AutoVue server to the Java exception.sites list will prevent the following message from being displayed, when a file is viewed in AutoVue
It is recommended that the latest version of Java 7 is deployed on client PCs. Versions 7 update 51 and higher, provide the latest Java security and also provide an option to define a list of web applications that are trusted.
To set the Java 7 security settings on a client PC, display the Windows Control Panel, then enter Java into the Search dialog and press enter on the keyboard.
Important Note: Enter the name of the AutoVue server as it appears on the security warning pop-up (if the name in the security warning pop-up is a fully qualified domain computer name, it must be the same)
It is possible for a system administrator to maintain the server exception list and then distribute this to a user’s PC. The file exception.sites is stored in the user’s deployment security folder. On Windows its default location is C:\Users\JohnSmith\ADPPata\LocalLow\Sun\Java\Deployment\security\exception.sites. The name and location can be customized by setting the deployment.user.security.exception.sites property in the deployment.properties file. For more information on user and system level deployment configuration settings, visit http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/jweb/security/exception_site_list.html