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Control exception error

Hi All,

BI users with desktop Java as 1.8.0_131 are facing issues while accessing Webi reports through BI JAVA application front end. We are looking for a permanent solution for this issue. Please find below the details.

Below are the Version details:

Weblogic Version Weblogic 11gR1PS5 10.3.6 on Linux BO BO 3.1 on Solaris JDK on Weblogic Server JDK 1.7.0_131 l 64 JRE on User’s desktop facing issues JRE 1.8.0_131


When the user is trying to access/refresh/edit Webi Report, he is getting access control exception. Below is the error snapshot:

Another instance – when user tried to create a new Webi Report, below is the detailed error thrown in the application:


  1. Application/BO compatibility is working all fine when the JRE on client’s desktop is downgraded to JRE 1.8.0_91.

Tech Infrastructure team has suggested that application is using a SAP provided JAR which is signed with a weaker MD5 algorithm and is treated as unsigned. Below is the screenshot:

  1. One of the stakeholders suggested there are patches required on server side to fix this issue. This is a known Issue from JRE 1.8.0_131+. Kindly assist



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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2017 at 02:46 PM

    What is your exact version/patch level on BO 3.1 ?

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