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For this release of Sun Java System Application Server 7, only these release notes have been updated. But you can refer to the Sun Java System Application Server 7, Update 6 documentation set for instructions on how to deploy and use the product.
For significant issues, a document might be revised. In this case, the revised version will be posted to this site. The date last updated is displayed with the copyright information in the HTML version of the document.
The Sun Java System Application Server 7, Update 11 documents can be found at this location: http://sunsolve.sun.com/
The following list provides the part number (PN) and a brief description for each of the documents in the Sun Java System Application Server collection:
Product OverviewSun Java System Application Server 7, including the features available with each edition of the product.
Platform Summary—(PN 819-1321) Provides a comprehensive, table-based summary of supported operating systems, JDBC drivers and databases, web servers, directory servers, browsers, and associated software packages.
Getting Started—(PN 817-2170-10) Describes how to get started with the Sun Java System Application Server 7 product. Focuses on initial developer exposure; is also suited for users evaluating the product.
Installation Guide—(PN 817-5601-10) Provides instructions for installing or upgrading the Sun Java System Application Server software and its components, such as sample applications, the Administration interface, and the Sun™ Open Net Environment (ONE) Message Queue.
Migration Guide—(PN 817-2181-10) Provides instructions for migrating your applications to the new Sun Java System Application Server 7 programming model, specifically from iPlanet™ Application Server 6.x and from Netscape Application Server 4.0. Includes a sample migration.
Developer's Guide—(PN 817-2171-10) The centerpiece of the developer’s collection, this document provides general information about how to create J2EE applications intended to run on the Sun Java System Application Server that follow the open Java standards model for servlets, Enterprise JavaBeans™ (EJBs™), JavaServer Pages (JSPs), and other J2EE components. Topics include: J2EE application design, security, deployment, debugging, and creating lifecycle modules. A comprehensive Sun Java System Application Server glossary is included.
Developers Guide to Web Applications—(PN 817-2172-10) Describes how to use servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSPs) within J2EE applications, and how to use SHTML and CGI. Topics include results caching, JSP precompilation, session management, security, and deployment.
Developers Guide to EJBs—(PN 817-2175-10) Describes how to develop and deploy various types of enterprise beans in the Sun Java System Application Server environment. Topics include container-managed persistence, read-only beans, and the XML and DTD files associated with enterprise beans.
Developers Guide to J2EE—(PN 817-2177-10) Describes J2EE features such as Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI), Java Transaction Service (JTS), Java Message Service (JMS), and JavaMail.
Developers Guide to NSAPI—(PN 817-2177-10) Describes how to create NSAPI plug-ins.
Developers Guide to Web Services—(PN 817-2174-10) Describes how to develop and deploy web services in the Sun Java System Application Server environment.
Developers Guide to Clients—(PN 817-2173-10) Describes how to develop and deploy Application Client Container (ACC) clients that access J2EE applications on Sun Java System Application Server 7.
Administration Guide—(PN 817-3652-10) The centerpiece of the administrator’s collection, this document provides information and instructions on the configuration, management, and deployment of the Sun Java System Application Server subsystems and components, from both the Administration interface and the command-line interface. A comprehensive Sun Java System Application Server glossary is included.
Administrators Configuration Reference—(PN 817-2178-10) Describes the contents of the Sun Java System Application Server configuration files, such as the server.xml file.
Administrators Guide to Security—(PN 817-2179-10) Describes how to configure and administer security for the Sun Java System Application Server operational environment. Includes information on general security, certificates, and SSL/TLS encryption. HTTP server-based security is also addressed.
Administrators Guide to J2EECA SPI—(PN 817-2254-10) Describes how to configure and administer JCA SPI Implementation features for the Sun Java System Application Server environment. Topics include the Administration Tool, Pooling Monitor, deploying a JCA connector, and sample connectors and sample applications.
Performance Tuning Guide—(PN 817-2180-10) Describes how and why to tune your Sun Java System Application Server to improve performance.
Error Messages Reference—(PN 817-2182-10) Describes all Sun Java System Application Server error messages.
Manpages for Command-line Interface—Provides XML pages written in manpage style for all command-line interface commands.
Manpages for Utilities—Provides XML pages written in manpage style for all Sun Java System Application Server utility commands.
Admin interface online help—Provides content-specific online help for the Sun Java System Application Server graphical Administration interface.
Documentation for other Sun Java System products is often referenced in the Sun Java System Application Server documentation.
The Sun Java System (also known as Sun Java System Message Queue) subsystem that is integrated with the Sun Java System Application Server has its own documentation that can be found at the following location: http://sunsolve.sun.com/
The Sun ONE Studio product that you can use with the Sun Java System Application Server has its own documentation that can be found at the following location:
For Sun ONE Studio, Update 1 documentation: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/coll/790.4
Sun Java System Application Server product documentation is provided in accessible formats that are readable by assistive technologies.
The product provides many accessibility features that enable you to read about and use the product in the manner that is most comfortable and convenient to you. These features include:
Mnemonics and keyboard shortcuts
Customizable style sheets
The Solaris™ Operating System allows you to set window behavior using the Window Style Manager. When using mnemonics, the window behavior should be set to Click In Window To Make Active. If this option is not set, in some cases, a mnemonic can appear to fail.
If you want to modify the Sun Java System Application Server HTML online help, you can go to the help directory and edit the style sheet which is located here:
Restart the Admin Server for changes to take effect.
The entire documentation set has not been updated for Sun Java System Application Server, Update 11. However, the instructions for upgrading to Sun Java System Application Server, Update 6 are applicable to this release as well. They are contained in the Sun Java System Application Server Installation Guide here: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/sjs.asse