This widely installed and powerful program is riddled with security holes, and is a top target of malware writers and miscreants.
Alternatively, consider a dual-browser approach, unplugging Java from the browser you use for everyday surfing, and leaving it plugged in to a second browser that you only use for sites that require Java.
For instance, there were some security issues fixed few days ago.
Oracle has shipped an update for its Java software that fixes at least eight critical security holes.
For example, if your entity is named TASK and the primary key property is named ID, the generated trigger and sequence will be: CREATE SEQUENCE "Seq_TASK_ID" START WITH 1 INCREMENT BY 1 NOMAXVALUE NOCACHE CREATE TRIGGER "Trg_TASK_ID" BEFORE INSERT ON "TASK" FOR EACH ROW BEGIN SELECT "Seq_TASK_ID".nextval INTO : NEW."ID" FROM dual; END ;; If you modify the Identity Mechanism of an entity from Database Server Calculated to Default and migrate your database, Telerik Data Access will generate DDL for dropping the trigger only.
Respectively, if you modify the Identity Mechanism of an entity from Default to Database Server Calculated and migrate your database, Telerik Data Access will generate a trigger and a default sequence.
I usually run Ubuntu systems where this is kinda trivial to setup, but couldn't find anything comparable for Oracle Linux. It provides methods to keep repository metadata up to date, and to check for, download, and apply updates.