The default value of the env-classpath-ignored attribute of the java-config element is true.
Not Implemented for this release:
The bytecode-preprocessors attribute in java-config element in server.xml (It is likely that it will become available in a future performance patch.)
Deprecated for this release:
Due to J2EE 1.4 architecture changes, some elements might not be supported in future releases, such as:
cmt-max-runtime-exceptions property of the mdb-container element
The following table describes the known Sun Java System Application Server 7 configuration issues and their solution.
If IPv6 is not used in your network, this problem does not apply to you.
By default, the Sun Java System Application Server uses IPv4. This is supported by all platforms on which the Sun Java System Application Server is available. In certain platforms, IPv6 is supported. In this case, Sun Java System Application Server configuration changes are required for conformance.
NOTE: If these configuration changes are to be made, it is essential to be absolutely sure of IPv6 support on the platforms. Server instances might not start if the IPv6-related configuration is applied to a system that has only IPv4 support.
Perform the following configuration changes: