This scenario provides some context for using the Reflection for the Web Launcher and other features in Reflection for the Web 13.2.
As an administrator, you are in charge of setting upto deploy secure sessions to mainframe applications via the web. You’ve been tasked with meeting the company requirements.
Your organization wants to:
Eliminate the need for Oracle’s JRE and/or the Java browser plug-in.
Ensure the end-user experience is not disrupted by the change.
You can meet the company requirements by using thein Reflection for the Web 13.2.
Theenables administrators to create and edit Reflection for the Web sessions that users can launch — without the need for Oracle’s JRE or the Java browser plug-in.
Users can launch a Reflection for the Web session by clicking a link in theirlist.
To evaluate the Reflection for the Web Launcher, you will
Download and install theon the administrator workstation.
Create, launch, and configure a Reflection for the Web session.
Assign and deploy the session to a subset of users.
Distribute theto those users.
Test the user experience.
Continue with the Configuration Steps.
User workstations do not have the Java plug-in.
User workstations have the company’s browser of choice.