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Fix list; Fix list; Fix list; Fixlist; Fixlists; List of Updates; List of Updates; List of Updates; list of defects; list of defects; list of defects; Fix List Document; maintenance; refresh pack; cumulative fix; fix pack; service pack IBM Web Sphere Application Server provides periodic fixes for the base and Network Deployment editions of release V7.0.The following is a complete listing of fixes for V7.0 with the most recent fix at the top.This is primarily to re-enable building the installer on the Linux based CI system where the combination of NSIS 3.x and wine leads to failed installer builds. With some frameworks this can trigger an unexpected initialisation thread and if initilisation is not thread-safe the initialisation can then fail.(markt) Add documentation to the bin/script to remind users that environment variables don't affect the configuration of Tomcat when run as a Windows Service. (markt) Provide a mechanism that enables the container to check if a component (typically a web application) has been granted a given permission when running under a Security Manager without the current execution stack having to have passed through the component.
Web Sphere Application Server V7 now offers web server load balancing and failover for up to 5 licensed application servers and a new merge tool for simplifying load balancing and failover configurations.
The feature is enabled by default for consistency with previous releases. (markt) 58244: Handle the case when Open SSL resumes a TLS session using a ticket and the full client certificate chain is not available.
In this case the client certificate without the chain will be presented to the application.
(markt) Extend the feature available in the cluster session manager implementations that enables session attribute replication to be filtered based on attribute name to all session manager implementations.
Note that configuration attribute name has changed from 58723: Clarify documentation and error messages for the text interface of the manager to make clear that version must be used with path when referencing contexts deployed using parallel deployment.