000019776 - Pressing enter key multiple times causes JavaScript error in RSA ACE/Server Quick Admin

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Article Number000019776
Applies ToRSA ACE/Server 4.x (no longer supported as of 2-1-2004)
RSA ACE/Server 5.x
IssuePressing enter key multiple times causes JavaScript error in RSA ACE/Server Quick Admin
Resolution                        Hot Fix Notice
                RSA Quick Admin Hot Fix 27815
                          May 2002

PURPOSE:
This kit provides Hot Fix 27815, which corrects the error condition
entered by clicking on a single link multiple times.


PREREQUISITE:
This hot fix requires that Quick Admin for RSA ACE/Server 5.0 be
installed and configured, with Hot Fix 25620 applied.
This Quick Admin hot fix is contained in the file
tst00027815_271_1_ALL.zip.


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
=====================================

1. Stop JRun on your Quick Admin Web server.

        NT:
                Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel and double click on Services.
                    Scroll down to the JRun Default Server, and highlight it.
                    Click "Stop" and wait for the service to stop.

        Solaris:
                Go to your JRun install directory (the default is /opt/jrun/).
                Go to the 'bin' subdirectory.
                Type 'jrun -stop default'


2. Copy ACECommProxy.jar to the Quick Admin lib directory.  
  The default location for your platform is listed below:

        Windows: c:\program files\allaire\jrun\servers\default\quickadmin\WEB-INF\lib

        Solaris: /opt/jrun/servers/default/quickadmin/WEB-INF/lib

  Other UNIX versions are not supported for Quick Admin.


3. Start JRun on your Quick Admin Web server

        NT:
                Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel and double click on Services.
                    Scroll down to the JRun Default Server, and highlight it.
                    Click "Start"

        Solaris:
                Go to your JRun install directory (the default is /opt/jrun/).
                Go to the 'bin' subdirectory.
                Type 'jrun -start default'




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