|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Release Notes
11g Release 1 (11.1.1) for Solaris Operating System (SPARC 64-Bit)
Part Number E14772-11
This chapter describes issues associated with Oracle Product. It includes the following topics:
This section describes general issue and workarounds. It includes the following topic:
For security purposes, your sessions with the Fusion Middleware Control will time out after a predefined period of inactivity, and you will be asked to log in to the console again. In most cases, you are returned to the page you had displayed before the session timed out.
However, in some circumstances, such as when you are using the Fusion Middleware Control deployment wizards, you will not be returned the same location in the product after you log in. In those cases, you will have to navigate to the specific Fusion Middleware Control page you were using before the session timed out.
In Fusion Middleware Control, you can view the Oracle TopLink management pages by selecting TopLink Sessions from the Application Deployment menu.
However, if you receive an error message when you select this command, you can remedy the problem by adding one or both of the following MBean system properties, as follows:
rem set JAVA_OPTIONS=%JAVA_OPTIONS% -Declipselink.register.dev.mbean=true rem set JAVA_OPTIONS=%JAVA_OPTIONS% -Declipselink.register.run.mbean=true
For more information, see the following URL on the Eclipse WIKI Web site:
The graphics subsystem for the Fusion Middleware Control generates some of its graphics on demand, and if the DISPLAY environment variable is set, Fusion Middleware Control tries to open the specified DISPLAY environment.
If Fusion Middleware Control fails to start due to graphics errors, check to see whether the DISPLAY environment variable is set to a proper DISPLAY environment.
If the DISPLAY environment variable is set incorrectly, unset the DISPLAY environment variable. Then restart Fusion Middleware Control.
After deploying a Oracle SOA Suite application that requires Oracle Metadata Services (MDS), in some rare circumstances, you may find that the MDS configuration page for the application does not contain complete information about the MDS repository.
To address this problem, use the Metadata Repositories page to register the repository again. For more information, see "Create and Register an MDS Repository" in the Fusion Middleware Control online help.
To start, stop, or restart Oracle Web Cache from Fusion Middleware Control, from the Web Cache menu, you can choose Control, and then Start Up, Shut Down, or Restart.
If you select Shut Down, and then Start Up on a configuration page, Fusion Middleware Control may return exception errors. If these errors occur in your environment, perform the operations from Web Cache Home page.
When you use Fusion Middleware Control in some non-English language environments, some of the tables on the component home pages display incorrectly. For example, some rows of the table appear to be merged and without content.
These issues can be safely ignored, since no data on the pages is hidden. The table cells that appear incorrectly do not contain performance data or other information.
If you configure Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 so it always displays pop-up windows in a new browser tab, then you may experience problems using Fusion Middleware Control. For example, in some cases, Enteprise Manager content displays in a new tab as expected, but Fusion Middleware Control stops responding to mouse clicks. The only way to continue working is to close the tab.
To avoid this problem, use the Internet Options dialog box in Internet Explorer to disable the option for displaying pop-up windows in a new tab.
Refer to Chapter 4, "Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration" for additional Fusion Middleware Control release notes.
Additional Fusion Middleware Control release notes are also included in the component chapters of the Release Notes.