Java Access Bridge 2.0.2 enables assistive technologies to read Java applications running on the Windows platform. Assistive technologies can read Java-based interfaces, such as Oracle Universal Installer and Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express.
For a list of supported system configurations, including supported versions of Microsoft Windows and Java SE, see section "Supported System Configuration" available at the following link location:
During installation, Oracle Universal Installer uses Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6 contained on Oracle Database installation media. The JRE enables the use of Java Access Bridge during installation. See "Setting Up Java Access Bridge 2.0.2" for information about installing and configuring Java Access Bridge after you install Oracle components.
This section describes how to install and configure Java Access Bridge 2.0.2 for Windows after installing Oracle components.
To set up Java Access Bridge 2.0.2 on a Windows 64-bit operating system, follow these steps:
Go to Java Standard Edition 2 (Java SE2) Downloads page to download the latest build of JDK 7:
Install JDK 7 after accepting the Oracle license agreement.
Note:You must have administrator privileges to install JDK on Windows.
Download and install screen reader, JAWS:
Press Windows key+U to open the Ease of Access Center, and select Use the computer without a display.
Select Enable Accessbridge check box. Click Save to save the changes.
accessbridge-2_0_2-fcs-bin-b06.zip file, after accepting the Oracle license agreement.
accessbridge-2.0.2 to a directory on your system where you plan to install Java Access Bridge. For example, name the directory as follows:
c:\windows\system32 and start the screen reader.
Open the command prompt and navigate to
Run the following command once you are in the
Oracle Universal Installer starts and JAWS is able to read all prompts and controls on the screen.
Once you click the Install button, open Windows Explorer to see the directory where the database is installed (
dbhome_1), until the JDK folder is created. Once the JDK folder is created, you must copy the files listed in Table A-1 from the Java Access Bridge source location to the JDK destination folder. Copying these files will enable accessibility for both Oracle Database Configuration Assistant and Oracle Net Configuration Assistant.