Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP10 Release Notes


The following table lists the known issues in Migration.

Table 21 Known Issues in Migration

Problem ID 



Cannot enable Java on a migrated 4.1 instance even after opting to enable JAVA at the time of migration and enabling from the GUI after migration. 

Workaround: Manually add the following entries to the obj.conf file and restart the instance:

<Object name="default">
	NameTrans fn="ntrans-j2ee" name="j2ee"
	NameTrans ......
	PathCheck .....
	ObjectType ......
	Service .......
	Error fn="error-j2ee"
	AddLog .....

<Object .....

<Object name="j2ee">
	Service fn="service-j2ee" method="*"


Cannot change the document root of a migrated server from 4.1. 

Workaround: Edit the migrated instance's obj.conf and server.xml manually. These files are located under SERVER_ROOT/HTTPS-INSTANCE/config directory.

In obj.conf change the line

NameTrans fn=document-root root="<existing_doc_root>"


NameTrans fn=document-root root="$docroot"

In server.xml, under the relevant VSCLASS change the line

<PROPERTY name="docroot" value="existing-doc-root">


<PROPERTY name="docroot" value="new-doc-root">


ktsearch.jar is not migrated correctly on Sun Java Enterprise System 3 (JES3).

Workaround: Manually edit the server.xml file of the migrated instance to point to the correct path.

For Linux: /opt/sun/private/share/lib/ktsearch.jar

For Solaris SPARC: /usr/share/lib/ktsearch.jar


Web application file status ignored during migration from 6.0 to 6.1 

Web application status defined at the file level in the server.xml file is not migrated. If a user has switched off the status of the web applications file to suppress them, upon migration these web applications are exposed.

Workaround: Edit the server.xml file of the migrated instance and turn off status for each web application.


Installation of SP_2 patch on existing install (update) 

If you want to upgrade the Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 that is installed as a part of Sun Java Enterprise System (JES), to the latest Service Pack, download and apply the relevant patches. For more details, refer to the JES 3 Migration and Upgrade Guide.