This document describes important last-minute features and changes not included in the Oracle Database Documentation Library for 11g release 2 (22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206).
This Readme documents differences between the server and its integral parts and its documented functionality, as well as known problems and workarounds.
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Install Java Access Bridge so that assistive technologies on Microsoft Windows systems can use the Java Accessibility API.
Java Access Bridge is a technology that enables Java applications and applets that implement the Java Accessibility API to be visible to assistive technologies on Microsoft Windows systems.
Refer to Java Platform, Standard Edition Java Accessibility Guide for information about the minimum supported versions of assistive technologies required to use Java Access Bridge. Also refer to this guide to obtain installation and testing instructions, and instructions for how to use Java Access Bridge.
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