What is the vendor support for NPAPI and affected Java applets?


Since early 2016, most browser vendors no longer support the Netscape Plugin Application Programming Interface (NPAPI) architecture. Most Java applet plugins for web browsers rely on NPAPI to render Java applets.

Impact to IBM TRIRIGA applications

The end of NPAPI support prevents the Java applet-based TRIRIGA areas — such as the Gantt, Availability, and Stacking sections — from rendering in IBM TRIRIGA applications on certain browsers.

Areas of TRIRIGA impacted by changes in browser support

The following IBM TRIRIGA areas are impacted. Details on each area follow.

  • Gantt section
  • Availability section
  • Availability Legacy section
  • Stacking section
  • Other Java applet-based TRIRIGA areas…

[Admin: This post is related to the 04.07.16 post about TRIRIGA compatibility with browsers, and the 07.16.15 post about removing NPAPI support from Chrome.]

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