This chapter describes all issues that existed in earlier releases of Oracle JRockit Mission Control Client that have been resolved in 4.x versions.
This chapter includes the following topics:
This section describes some of the issues existed in earlier releases of Oracle JRockit Mission Control Client that are resolved in release 4.1. These issues include:
The entire operative set was visible in the range selector on the Events tab group, regardless of the event types that were selected in the Event Types tree.
This issue has been resolved.
The export graph-to-image functionality in the Memory Leak Detector was not working in Oracle JRockit Mission Control 4.0. This issue has been resolved.
Keyboard modifier keys in Memory Leak graphs were not consistent with the Windows usage. This issue has been resolved.
The Flight Recorder GC tab now shows the reason for launching a garbage collection.
If you kill the java process that the Mission Control console monitors, an error messaged used to be displayed. The issue has been resolved.
When you connect to a JBoss instance, JRockit Mission Control now reads the JBoss MBeans correctly.
This section describes all issues that existed in earlier releases of Oracle JRockit Mission Control Client that have been resolved in release 4.0. These issues include:
When tabbing backwards in the Properties dialog box for the JRockit Mission Control Console dashboard dials, you no longer get stuck in the Formatting combo box. Also, the Show Watermark combo box gets both visual and audible focus.
In earlier releases of JRockit Mission Control Client, excessive zooming in the Management Console was throwing an exception. This has been fixed.
In earlier releases of JRockit Mission Control Management Console, some colors were hard-coded, ignoring system colors and high contrast mode. In this release, Colors are no longer hard coded.
In earlier releases of JRockit Mission Control, graphs with only a single Y value might appear blank when auto range was enabled. This has been fixed.
Some strings that were hard-coded to English are now translated properly in internationalized versions of JRockit Mission Control.