Users of Java Application Verification Kit (AVK) for the Enterprise should follow these steps:
Java AVK for the Enterprise is supported on the following platforms:
At this release, Java AVK for the Enterprise has the following new features:
For details, read the Java Application Verification Kit (AVK) for the Enterprise User's Guide.
SourceScan task, which was deprecated at the last release, has been removed at this release. The
ArchiveTest task now does the work previously performed by this task.
This release of Java AVK for the Enterprise includes enhanced packages for Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9 and a set of tools for performing the verification process.
The enhanced packages in Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9 allow it to perform instrumentation and introspection at runtime on components based on the following specifications:
The tools provided with Java AVK for the Enterprise include a set of Ant tasks that allow you to do the following:
The Java AVK for the Enterprise 5 release requires you to install version 5.0 Update 6 or higher of the Java Platform, Standard Edition Development Kit (JDK) on the systems where you will run Java AVK for the Enterprise.
The Java AVK for the Enterprise 5 release requires Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9. The Java AVK for the Enterprise 5 release installation process can optionally install this software if you have not previously installed it.
This release of Java AVK for the Enterprise has the following limitation:
Table 1 lists the known issues for this release of Java AVK for the Enterprise. Refer to the Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9 Release Notes to find additional issues that may affect Java AVK for the Enterprise.
|4960017||On a Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP system, even if you have set the
|5002081||On certain versions of Linux, the installer may take several minutes to start. See the Installation Instructions for details.|
|5013031||Installation of Java AVK for the Enterprise may fail with an
See the Installation Instructions for workarounds for this problem.
|5027028||To generate reports with correct results, you must run the static verification tests before you run the reporting tool. If you exercise the application and run the reporting tool before you run the static verification tests, you will see results for the runtime tests only. You must run the reporting tool again in order to join together the results from the static and runtime tests.|
|5030433||If the user chooses the registration option, but the installer cannot find a web browser from which to launch the registration page at the end of the installation, the installation exits silently. See the Installation Instructions for a workaround for this problem.|
|6203757||If you install Java AVK for the Enterprise on a Windows system and specify a previously installed version of the Application Server, the installation fails with an error message if you do not start the Application Server before you install Java AVK for the Enterprise.
Workaround: Use the Cancel button to stop the installation wizard. Then start the Application Server and run the installation wizard again.
|6204876||If you run the
|6274161||During static archive testing, the
Error: Exception [ JDO74033: Cannot deploy application 'xxxx' module 'xxxEjb' with CMP beans: cmp-resource is not defined for this module. The minimum requirement for a cmp-resource is to specify the jndi-name of a jdbc-resource or a persistence-manager-factory-resource to be used with the beans. ] while initializing JDO code generator
This error occurs if the file
Workaround: Remove the
translate-dd: [delete] Deleting directory /opt/javke/reporttool/translate [java] May 24, 2005 11:19:56 AM com.sun.enterprise.appverification.tools.GenReportTool main [java] SEVERE: Could not create or parse document [echo] See "/opt/javke/reporttool/translate/translationSummary.html" for results. [echo] We attempted to create an ear file even if minor errors occurredWorkaround: Run this target more than once. Subsequent calls to this target execute successfully.
Workaround: Do not use spaces in the directory structure where you install Java AVK for the Enterprise. For example, avoid using directory names such as
On a Windows system, the installer may crash if you run it on a system that has JDK 5.0 installed. See the Installation Instructions for a workaround for this problem.