You can not copy a web url from the browser and paste into the WSDL URL field.

Document ID : KB000088895
Last Modified Date : 14/04/2018
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Issue:
You can not copy a web url from the browser and paste into the WSDL URL field.
Resolution:

Symptoms

You can not copy a web url from the browser and paste into the WSDL URL field.


Cause

The issue of not being able to copy and paste was resolved with v8.0sp9 s# 181893. The issue is java related and not Applications Manager specific. In java 1.6.0_24, copy and paste from the system clipboard was deemed a security hole and disabled. Java allows you to copy and paste BETWEEN applets, but does not allow copy/past from the main clipboard.


Resolution

 
 I have tested and can verify that the below workaround will allow you to copy/paste from the user's main clipboard to the application.
 
 1.First locate your local Java Security Policy file.  The file is named java.policy and should be in the lib\security folder of your Java installation.  On Windows 7, it can be found at C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre6\lib\security.
 
 2. Copy this file to your home folder (ex. C:\Users\Kyle).
 
 3. Rename the file to .java.policy (note the period at the beginning).
 
 4. Edit the file in a text editor.  Locate the line of text
 // "standard" properies that can be read by anyone
 
 5. Add the following line just below this line.
 
 // "standard" properies that can be read by anyone
 permission java.awt.AWTPermission "accessClipboard";
 
 6. Save the file.
 
 7. Close any open browsers and ensure that Java is not running before testing.