After the installer performs a dependency check for components, it performs a compatibility check of any shared components already installed. If incompatible versions of shared components are detected, the installer displays a Shared Component Upgrades Required report indicating what shared components are not compatible.
Resolve any component dependency issues and click Next.
The installer then performs a compatibility check of any shared components that are already installed. If incompatible shared components are found, the installer lists them.
Review the list of incompatible shared components and determine if it is safe for the installer to automatically upgrade the shared components listed.
On Solaris OS. If an incompatible system-wide version of the J2SE SDK is detected, the J2SE SDK Upgrade Required page is displayed. The installer performs this check only on the Solaris platform because the Linux platform does not have a specific, system-wide installation of the J2SE SDK.
Do not upgrade shared components without checking the dependencies that exist on the host for non-Java ES applications. First verify that these existing applications are compatible with the required versions of the shared components.
For information about upgrades, see the Sun Java Enterprise System 2005Q4 Upgrade Guide.
Press Return to allow the installer to automatically upgrade the shared components listed.
This upgrade does not happen until you reach the Ready to Install page.