java settings for e tender and e procurement

Java settings for e tender and e procurement

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When using e-tender and e-procurement systems, some Java settings to consider include: 
  • Security settings: Set the security level to "high" or "very high"
  • Java security manager: Enable the Java security manager
  • Site exception list: Configure the site exception list

Other Java settings include: 

  • Digital Signature Certificate: Go to Tools » Internet Options » Advanced
  • Uncheck: Under the Security heading, uncheck Do not save encrypted pages to disk
  • Check: Under the Java (Sun) heading, check Use JRE 1.6.0 for Applet
  • DSC Handler: Run the DSC Handler before logging into the FDDI e-Proc portal

Some system settings required to run or map digital include: 

  • Installing the latest version of Java
  • Installing the e-Token drivers using the option MICROSOFT CSP

Some recommended browsers for eProcurement include: 

  • Internet Explorer 10 or above
  • Mozilla Firefox Ver 40 or above

How to configure java for DSC?

There are a few steps to configure Java for DSC.
  1. Install the latest Java Development Kit (JDK) from the Oracle website.
  2. Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to the location of the JDK installation.
  3. Set the CLASSPATH environment variable to include the following paths:
$JAVA_HOME/lib/tools.jar:$JAVA_HOME/lib/dt.jar:$CLASSPATH
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  1. Add the following line to the java.security file:
security.provider.1=sun.security.pkcs11.SunPKCS11
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  1. Restart your computer.
Once you have completed these steps, you should be able to use Java to create and use DSCs.
Here are some additional tips for configuring Java for DSC:
  • If you are using a 64-bit version of Windows, you must install the 64-bit version of the JDK.
  • If you are using a 32-bit version of Windows, you must install the 32-bit version of the JDK.
  • The java.security file is located in the $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security directory.
  • You can edit the java.security file using a text editor such as Notepad.
  • Be sure to restart your computer after you have made any changes to the java.security file.

login button not appearing in eprocure

If the login button is not appearing in eProcure, you can try the following: 

  • Use Internet Explorer
  • Uninstall the current Java version and install the latest 32-bit version
  • Restart your system
  • Ensure that you have the correct version of Java installed
  • Download the required version of Java from the official Java website
DSC requires Java version 1.7 or higher.

DSC not showing in e-procurement

If your Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) isn't showing in e-procurement, you can try these steps: 

  • Reinsert the DSC
  • Uninstall and reinstall the DSC driver
  • Uninstall the Java version running on your system
  • Install the latest 32-bit Java
  • Restart your system
  • Check the port on which the server is started
  • Ensure the port number matches the emSigner port description
  • Uninstall the emSigner version 1.2
  • Install the emSigner v2
  • Unplug the DSC from your system
  • Open Certmgr.msc through Run command
  • Click on "Personal" in the left side-menu

You can also try using Internet Explorer 11 or Mozilla Firefox as your web browser.

DSC authentication failed in e Tender, e-Procurement

Here are some things you can try if you're getting a DSC authentication failed error in e-Procurement or e-Tender: 

  • Reinstall the DSC driver
  • Install an older Java version
  • Reset your browser
  • Reinsert the DSC into your system
  • Uninstall the Java version running on your system
  • Install the latest 32-bit Java version
  • Restart your system
  • Verify Java at java.com/verify
  • Check that the DSC driver is properly installed
  • Get help from your digital signature provider

You can also try these steps: 

  1. Install the DSC token driver and the latest Java 32-bit version
  2. Plug the DSC into your system
  3. Verify that the certificate is listed in the DSC driver

Why is my digital signature not working in eProcurement?

If your digital signature isn't working in eProcurement, it could be due to a Java version issue. You can try these steps: 

  1. Uninstall the Java version running on your system
  2. Install the latest 32-bit Java
  3. Restart your system
  4. Add the domain of the website where you're using your digital signature to the exception list of sites in the Security section of Java

Other reasons why your digital signature might not be working include: 

  • You didn't insert the DSC into the system
  • You inserted an incorrect DSC
  • The system isn't detecting the DSC
  • The DSC driver isn't installed properly

How to change dsc in e-procurement portal?

To change your DSC in the e-procurement portal, you can try these steps: 

  1. Log in with your user ID and existing DSC
  2. Go to the "Change DSC details" option
  3. Fill in the required details for the DSC
  4. Select "SELECT THE CERTIFICATE"
  5. Select your DSC from the window

You can also try these steps: 

  1. Go to change DSC and select "click here to change DSC"
  2. Fill in your credentials on the "Authenticate Yourself" page
  3. Click "Login"
  4. If your username is valid, you will be directed to the next step

eprocurement.gov.in login?

To log in to the Central Public Procurement Portal (CPPP) of the Government of India, you can do the following: 

  1. Go to the CPPP portal
  2. Fill in your nodal officer ID and captcha
  3. Click Login
  4. Fill in your password and captcha
  5. Click Proceed
  6. Click Allow
  7. Click Allow Now
  8. Click Run
  9. Enter your DSC password and click OK

You can create an account on the CPPP portal by following these steps: 

  1. Go to the government eProcurement portal
  2. Click Online Bidder Enrolment in the right-side menu
  3. Create a login ID with a valid email address
  4. Update your mobile number and other details

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