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unable to use DSC in EPFO site. what changes should be done in mozilla options?

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i am trying to use DSC in epfo site but when i tried to digitally sign a pdf file generated in site, it led me to java downloading site, what changes should i done . pl. tell.

i am trying to use DSC in epfo site but when i tried to digitally sign a pdf file generated in site, it led me to java downloading site, what changes should i done . pl. tell.

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First, does the site list supported browsers and required plugins, just to make sure it is intended to work in Firefox?

The last version of Firefox that could run the Java plugin was the Extended Support Release of Firefox 52, which has reached its "end of life." So Firefox is not a good option for that site.

If a site requires Java, you can use Internet Explorer 11 with that site. You might still need to update your installation: https://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

Oracle has been recommending to sites that they switch from the plugin to an approach called Java Web Start (JWS) which launches the Java code out to Java on your system. If a site has not completed its migration, feel free to give them a nudge so that you have your full choice of browsers.

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Have you tried another Browser to see what happens?

Have you tried another Browser to see what happens?

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WestEnd said

Have you tried another Browser to see what happens?


no it doesn't work

''WestEnd [[#answer-1152206|said]]'' <blockquote> Have you tried another Browser to see what happens? </blockquote> no it doesn't work
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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

First, does the site list supported browsers and required plugins, just to make sure it is intended to work in Firefox?

The last version of Firefox that could run the Java plugin was the Extended Support Release of Firefox 52, which has reached its "end of life." So Firefox is not a good option for that site.

If a site requires Java, you can use Internet Explorer 11 with that site. You might still need to update your installation: https://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

Oracle has been recommending to sites that they switch from the plugin to an approach called Java Web Start (JWS) which launches the Java code out to Java on your system. If a site has not completed its migration, feel free to give them a nudge so that you have your full choice of browsers.

First, does the site list supported browsers and required plugins, just to make sure it is intended to work in Firefox? The last version of Firefox that could run the Java plugin was the Extended Support Release of Firefox 52, which has reached its "end of life." So Firefox is not a good option for that site. If a site requires Java, you can use Internet Explorer 11 with that site. You might still need to update your installation: https://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp Oracle has been recommending to sites that they switch from the plugin to an approach called Java Web Start (JWS) which launches the Java code out to Java on your system. If a site has not completed its migration, feel free to give them a nudge so that you have your full choice of browsers.