This section describes new features and changes to Sun Java Communications Suite 5.
Support for Sun Java Communications Suite on the following versions of Red Hat Linux has been deprecated and may be removed in a future release:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server (32 and 64–bit versions), version 3 (all updates)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Enterprise Server (32 and 64–bit versions), version 3 (all updates
For information on currently supported versions of Red Hat Linux, see Calendar Server Operating System Requirements, Messaging Server Operating System Requirements, Requirements for Instant Messaging, Delegated Administrator Operating System Requirements, and Communications Express Operating System Requirements for the specific Sun Java Communications Suite component product.
Beginning with this release of Sun Java Communications Suite 5, communications products are being removed from the Sun Java Enterprise System entitlement. Communications products are available as part of the Sun Java Communications Suite or as individual products. Communications products will no longer be installed through the Java Enterprise System installer. Communications product components continue to interoperate with Java Enterprise System components.
This change in entitlement does not affect the communications products in Java Enterprise System 2005Q4. If you have communication products installed, no change will occur to your entitlement.
This release of Sun Java Communications Suite supports version 2.0 of the monitoring framework. This monitoring framework provides information on the length of time for authentication, message delivery, the number of instant messages sent through the service, and other statistics.
For information on the Sun JavaTM Enterprise System Monitoring Framework, see: Sun Java Enterprise System 5 Monitoring Guide.
The server component products of Sun Java Communications Suite are no longer supported on HP-UX or Windows platforms.