Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1 Release Notes for Microsoft

Sun Java™ Enterprise System Release
Notes for Microsoft Windows
Version 2005Q1
Part Number 819-1573-10
These Release Notes contain important information available at the time of release of Sun Java™
Enterprise System 2005Q1 for Windows. Known limitations and problems, technical notes, and
other information are addressed in this release. Read this document before you begin using Java
Enterprise System.
The up-to-date version of these release notes can be found at the Sun Java Enterprise System
documentation web site: http://docs.sun.com/coll/entsys_05q1. Check the web site prior to
installing and setting up your software and then periodically thereafter to view the up-to-date
release notes and product documentation.
These release notes contain the following sections:
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Release Notes Revision History
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About Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1
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Bugs Fixed in This Release
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Important Information
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Known Issues and Limitations
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Redistributable Files
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How to Report Problems and Provide Feedback
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Additional Sun Resources
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Release Notes Revision History
Release Notes Revision History
Revision History
Table 1
Date
Description
February, 2005
Initial release of Sun Java™ Enterprise System Release Notes for Microsoft Windows.
July, 2005
Release of RR version of Sun Java™ Enterprise System Release Notes for Microsoft
Windows.
About Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1
This section includes:
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Sun Java Enterprise System Components for Windows
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What’s New in Sun Java Enterprise System
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System Requirements
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Windows Patch Level Equivalents With Solaris
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Java 2 Standard Edition Requirements
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Unsupported Features
Sun Java Enterprise System Components for Windows
The following components are supported in the Windows version of Sun Java Enterprise System:
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Sun Java System Access Manager 6 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Application Server 8 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Calendar Server 6 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Directory Proxy Server 5 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Directory Server 5 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Instant Messaging 7 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Message Queue 3 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Messaging Server 6 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Portal Server 6 2005Q1
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Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP4 2005Q1
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About Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1
What’s New in Sun Java Enterprise System
Table 2
New Features in Sun Java Enterprise System Components
Component Product
Features
Access Manager
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Product name has changed from Identity Server to Access Manager
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New authentication modules: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), Mobile Station ISDN,
(MSISDN), Active Directory, and Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)
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Policy Management includes a new Resource Name plug-in: HttpURLResourceName
Console enhancements:
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Ability to customize the view of each object type in the navigation pane by displaying
one or more of the attributes of the object
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Ability to add new object types in the navigation pane drop-down menu (for example,
adding an entry for printers or buildings
Federation Management:
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Support for the Liberty Alliance Project (LAP) Name Identifier Mapping Protocol
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Support for the LAP Identity Web Services Framework (ID-WSF) Discovery Service
Specification, Version 1.1
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Support for the LAP ID-WSF Authentication Service Specification
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Support for the LAP Metadata Description and Discovery Specification
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Support for the LAP Liberty Identity Federation Framework (ID-FF) Extended Profiles:
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Dynamic Identity Provider Proxying
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Affiliation Federation
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One-time Federation
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Name Identifier Mapping Profile
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Name Identifier Encryption Profile
Client SDK:
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Repackaged SDK (Authentication, Service Management, User Management, SAML,
Policy Client, and Session components) so that Java application developers can better
integrate with Access Manager
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Removed the dependency on the serverconfig.xml file and minimized the footprint of the
jar files
Performance tuning script is available to tune Application Server 8.1 as a web container
Administration Server
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New Features in Sun Java Enterprise System Components (Continued)
Component Product
Features
Application Server
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JSEE 1.4 support
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High performance and scalability
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High availability
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JavaServer Faces 1.1 support
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JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library 1.1 support
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Automatic Backups - csstored is now a service that starts up when start-cal is issued. It
must be configured to function properly
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Read-only database - You can configure Calendar Server to only allow reads but no
updates or deletions to your calendar databases. This is recommended when data
corruption is suspected but you need to keep your databases available for production
work. No updates or deletions are accepted during this time
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User Management Utility Name Change - The User Management Utility (command-line
utility) is now called the Delegated Administrator Utility
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Delegated Administrator GUI - There is a new Delegated Administrator GUI, but it does
not support Calendar Server for the 2005Q1 release
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Installation Changes for Directory Preparation Script - This post-installation
configuration program is now a separately installable component in the Java Enterprise
System Installer. It is no longer bundled in the installation of Calendar Server
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csstored service has been added in this release
Directory Proxy Server
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No new features
Directory Server
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In versions of Directory Server prior to Directory Server 5.2 2005Q1, you could not
rename an entry. With Directory Server 5.2 2005Q1 you can rename and move an entry.
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Extension of the retro change log to identify the order in which updates are made for
each replica
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Updated and Improved Instant Messaging Client
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XMPP, the IETF instant messaging and presence standard protocol
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Enhanced Monitoring features
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Monitoring Via the watchdog Utility
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Determining the Status of the watchdog Utility
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Starting and Stopping the watchdog Utility
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Monitoring the Instant Messaging Server
Calendar Server
Instant Messaging
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About Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1
Table 2
New Features in Sun Java Enterprise System Components (Continued)
Component Product
Features
Message Queue
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New Technical Overview
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Reorganized Administration Guide
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Reorganized Developer Guide for Java Clients
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Reorganized Developer Guide for C Clients
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Dead Message Queue
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No Acknowledgement Mode
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Connection Failure Detection (Client Ping)
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Client Message Body Compression
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JMS Resource Adapter Changes
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64-bit C-API support
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Deprecation of -p/-password Command
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C-API Certificate Management
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C-API Basic Authentication Support
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New Sample Application, MQPing
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Sun Java System Communications Services 6 2005Q1
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Secure/Multipurpose Internet mail Extension (S/MIME), supported by Sun Java System
Communications Express Mail
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Support for anti-spam/anti-virus programs that work with the Internet Content Adaptation
Protocol (ICAP)
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Enhanced logging
Messaging Server
Portal Server
No new features
Web Server
No new features
System Requirements
Sun Java Enterprise System and associated applications require minimum 30 Mbytes of disk space.
The Operating system for Sun Java Enterprise System is Windows 2000 Advanced Server, Service
Pack 4.
Table 3
Supported Platforms for Java Enterprise System 3 Windows
Platform
Typical Hardware
Minimum RAM
RAM Recommended
Swap Space
Windows 2000 SP4
PIV or later 8GB
512MB
1GB
2GB
Windows XP SP2*
PIV or later 8GB
512MB
1GB
2GB
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Table 4
Component Disk Installation Space and RAM Requirements
Component
Minimum Disk Space and RAM Requirements for Installation
Messaging Server
500 Mbytes of disk space, 512 Mbytes of RAM
Message Queue
30 Mbytes of disk Space, 256 Mbytes of RAM
Instant Messaging
300 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Directory Server
50 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Directory Proxy Server
200 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Web Server
300 Mbytes of disk space; 256 Mbytes of RAM
Application Server
500 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Portal Server, Portal Server SRA
1 Gbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Calendar Server
500 Mbytes of disk space; 128 Mbytes of RAM
Administration Server
50 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
Access Manager
100 Mbytes of disk space; 512 Mbytes of RAM
For more information on disk space and RAM requirements, refer to the respective component
Release Notes.
Windows Patch Level Equivalents With Solaris
All JES 2005Q1 components for Windows correspond to the same source code level as the initial JES
2005Q1 release on Solaris except where stated below. In the below list, the patch level quoted, is the
equivalent patch level for the Solaris version.
Delegated Admin
118210-24 (sparc)
Communications Express
118540-10 (sparc)
Instant Messaging
118788-05 (sparc - core), 118789-05 (sparc - im -sdk)
Calendar Server
116577-18 (core), 117011-16 (l10n)
Messaging Server
118207-28 (sparc)
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Bugs Fixed in This Release
Java 2 Standard Edition Requirements
Sun Java Enterprise System is certified with Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) 1.5_01 from Sun
Microsystems. Subsequent releases of Java 2 Standard Edition 1.4.x also functioning with the Sun
Java Enterprise System.
Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1 includes the appropriate version of J2SE.
If your system has J2SE 1.5_01 runtime environment installed without development tools, installer
installs the development tools package while re-installing the Sun Java Enterprise System. This
package contains several facilities required by the Sun Java Enterprise System. See the Java
Enterprise System Installation Guide at http://docs.sun.com/doc/819-0056 for details on how to
determine the version of J2SE installed on your system and how to prepare your system prior to
installing Java Enterprise System.
Unsupported Features
The following is the list of upsupported features:
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Sun Cluster and Net Connect
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Inter-operability with Sun ONE products not supported
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Web container support for BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere
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Load Balancer support for Apache and IIS
Bugs Fixed in This Release
None
Important Information
This section contains the following:
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Component Release Notes
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Support for Netscape Security Services 3.9.5
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Important Information
Component Release Notes
All information on specific Sun Java Enterprise System components appears in the respective
component release notes.
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Access Manager 6 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1574
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Administration Server 5 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1575
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Application Server Enterprise Edition 8 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1576
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Calendar Server 6 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1578
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Directory Proxy Server 5 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1580
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Directory Server 5 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1581
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Instant Messaging 7 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1583
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Message Queue 3 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1584
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Messaging Server 6 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1585
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Portal Server 6 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1586
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Web Server 6.1 SP4 2005Q1 Release Notes for Windows
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-1587
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Known Issues and Limitations
Support for Netscape Security Services 3.9.5
Version 3.9.5 of the Netscape security libraries is included in Java Enterprise System. Directory
Server, Directory Proxy and Administration Server depend on the version of the libraries installed
under \<jes-install-dir>\share\lib\ while all other components that depend on these libraries
depend on the newer version installed under \<jes-install-dir>\share\lib\jes.
Known Issues and Limitations
This section describes the known issues and limitations of Sun Java Enterprise System for
Windows. For a list of known issues and limitations across other platforms refer to
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-0057.
This section covers the following topics:
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Free Space Requirement
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Configure Later
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Folder Names
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Destination Folder Path
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Installation
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Disk Space
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Login Error
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General Issues
Free Space Requirement
Space in system folder Temp directory should be double the size of the installer (6237302)
The computer's system drive Temp folder should have a free space double than the size of the
installer.
For example, if the installer zip size is 380 Mbytes the default system drive's [C:\] Temp folder
should have 380 x 2 = 760 Mbytes free space and the same applies to the install directory too. This is
a requirement for the install shield as well. This hold even while trying to install in any other drive
[D:\ or E:\], it should have a free space of 780 Mbytes and above.
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Known Issues and Limitations
Workaround
None.
Configure Later
In the Configure later mode if a blank space is present after the User ID or Password the configuration
fails (6232650)
In the configure later mode if a blank space is present after the User ID and Password in the
properties file of any of the product, the product will not get configured successfully.
Workaround
None.
Folder Names
JES cannot be installed in the folders with folder names with space in between (6293986)
For example Program Files folder must be named as ProgramFiles without the space in between the
two words.
Workaround
None.
Destination Folder Path
Destination folder path "/" displays incorrectly on zh_CN locale (6290945)
When you install JES3 on Windows 2000 AS, at the “Select destination folder path” panel, the
default path is C:/Sun/". The "/" displays as RMB character in the Chinese language.
Workaround
None.
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Known Issues and Limitations
Installation
Panel for selection of web containers (WS/AS) is not available while installing JES (6282934)
JES web container dialog box shows up only when you do not select any of the web containers
(Application server or Web server) in the Product selection panel during installation.
Workaround
None.
Installer gets stuck on MS configuration when starting dispatcher server (6278215)
Workaround
Stop the MS configuration by Ctrl+C. Once installation is over from the command prompt navigate
to <INSTALL_DIR>/Server-Root/sbin and execute stop-msg and start-msg. This will start all the
MS services.
Disk Space
JES - MQ PE distro installation gives fatal error (6285856)
JES installation gives fatal errors when installing in a drive with insufficient space and then
switching to another drive with sufficient space.
Before you begin installation check that there is enough space in the drive in which you are going to
install the product. Once you get the error message that there is insufficient memory space in the
current drive, it is not possible to shift to another drive. The installer gives fatal error message and
crashes.
Login Error
Unable to login PS, error page displays: A serious error has occurred in the Desktop (6291499)
This may have been caused by a mis-configuration on the server. Please report this problem to your
administrator.
Workaround
After completing the installation start Directory Server and then the web container ( Web Server or
Application Server) instance. Run psconfig.bat in <INSTALL_DIR>/PortalServer/config with -S
option. i.e. psconfig -S and restart the container instance once reconfiguration is done.
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Redistributable Files
General Issues
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Proxylet does not get downloaded through exception (6297852)
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Reverse proxy is not tested in JES RR build (6298197)
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Gateway is not tested with 2 different subnets (6299958)
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This release of JES has not been tested with AMD processors.
Redistributable Files
Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q1 does not contain any files which you can redistribute.
How to Report Problems and Provide Feedback
If you experience problems with Java Enterprise System, contact Sun customer support using one of
the following mechanisms:
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Sun Software Support services online at
http://www.sun.com/service/sunone/software
This site has links to the Knowledge Base, Online Support Center, and Product Tracker, as
well as to maintenance programs and support contact numbers.
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The telephone dispatch number associated with your maintenance contract
To assist you in resolving problems, please have the following information available when you
contact support:
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Description of the problem, including the situation where the problem occurs and its
impact on your operation
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Machine type, operating system version, and product version, including any patches and
other software that might be affecting the problem
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Detailed steps on the methods you have used to reproduce the problem
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Any error logs or core dumps
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