Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 Release Notes

Globalization (g11n) Issues

Administration console components displayed in English in the zh locale (6470543)

When setting the browser locale to zh, the Administration console components are displayed in English, for example the Version, Help and Logout buttons.

Workaround: Set browser locale setting to zh-cn instead of zh.

Current Value and New value are incorrectly displayed in the console (6476672)

In the localized version of the Administration console, the labels for the Current Value and New Value attributes are incorrectly displayed as label.current.value and, respectively.

Policy condition date must be specified according to English custom (6390856)

Policy condition date format labels under the Chinese locale are not displayed according to Chinese customs. Labels are proposing a date format like English date format. Related fields also accept English date format values.

Workaround: For each field, follow the date format example given in the field label.

Removing UTF-8 is not working in Client Detection (5028779)

The Client Detection function is not working properly. Changes made in the Access Manager 7.1 Console are not automatically propagated to the browser.

Workaround: There are two workarounds:

Multi-byte characters are displayed as question marks in log files (5014120)

Multi-byte messages in log files in the /var/opt/SUNWam/logs directory are displayed as question marks (?). Log files are in native encoding and not always UTF-8. When a web container instance starts in a certain locale, log files will be in native encoding for that locale. If you switch to another locale and restart the web container instance, the ongoing messages will be in the native encoding for the current locale, but messages from previous encoding will be displayed as question marks.

Workaround: Make sure to start any web container instances always using the same native encoding.