ANN: SAP GUI for Java 7.30 beta program (registration closed)
with Java 6, the Java version SAP GUI for Java 7.20 is based on, approaching end of support, it is time for a new major release of SAP GUI for Java.
Besides using Java 7, SAP GUI for Java 7.30 will support various new OS versions and Linux distributions, comes with new themes, employs the Java Security Model and includes various new features.
We would like to offer a beta program for early adopters in order to let you get an impression on the new release before it is officially shipped, to receive feedback and to get into a dialog with some of you.
If you are interested in participating in the beta program you can apply for registration by creating a support message now. The message should be created on component BC-FES-JAV with the title "7.30 beta program" and you should provide
- a contact person for the beta program with name, email address and S-User ID
- client OS intended to be used (in case of Linux, please specify the distribution)
This data will exclusively be used for organizing the beta program.
You will need to sign a test and evaluation agreement before getting registered.
If you are registered you will be supplied with a beta version of SAP GUI for Java 7.30 in late October 2012. Please note that the number of participants is limited and thus only customers who can and will actively participate in the program should register.
The new release is scheduled to be shipped to customers with full support in Q4/2012 (subject to change) and it will come with the following new features and enhancements:
- Support for New OS Versions:
- openSUSE 12.2
- Fedora 17
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
- Ubuntu 12.04
- OS X 10.8
- Microsoft Windows 8
- Support for Java SE 7
- Support for 64-bit Java also on Windows
- Corbu Theme: The new design is a fresh, modern and unique visual identity and is intentionally neutral to blend with variety of content.
- High Contrast Theme for visually impaired users is available now.
- Installation has been redesigned. It provides a better user experience and performance improvements.
- Security: Improved security by employing the Java Security Model also in stand alone mode.
- Sounds: User interface elements provide audio feedback. This can be switched off in the preferences dialog.
- Web Start Support: SAP GUI for Java now can also be deployed by using Web Start.
- Keyboard navigation: In Tabstrips, it is possible to navigate between the tabs by typing their title.
- Grid Control
- Multilevel-Undo now is supported in Grid.
- Performance of mass data change in Grid control has been improved for operations like delete, copy and duplicate.
Best regards and greetings from JavaOne in San Francisco
Message was edited by: Rolf-Martin Woersinger
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