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Not Implemented Feature Warning

The Not Implemented Feature warning is issued in the following situations:

  • <feature> ('<name>') not implemented for modules with property 'Application Server' set to '<environment>':

    Your module is using one of the following features not implemented in a J2EE environment:

    • SMS flows: in a J2EE application server, these flows will not be generated in the server and therefore, will not be available at runtime.

    • Start iSMS: in a J2EE application server, this element will be ignored in the action flow.

    • Send Message: in a J2EE application server, this element will be ignored in the action flow.

    • Send Bulk Messages: in a J2EE application server, this element will be ignored in the action flow.

    • ClientCertificateGetDetails: in a J2EE application server this action returns the default values of the output parameters data types.

    • ClientCertificateValue: in a J2EE application server this action returns the default values of the output parameters data types.

    • IntegratedSecurityCheckRole: in a J2EE application server this action returns the default values of the output parameters data types.

    • IntegratedSecurityGetDetails: in a J2EE application server this action returns the default values of the output parameters data types.

    Either ignore this warning or change the Application Server module property. Note that if this property has the value (both) it means that in a J2EE environment these features will not be implemented, but are available in a .NET environment.

  • '<property>' in '<element>' not implemented for modules with property 'Application Server' set to '<environment>'

    Your module is using Integrated Authentication, which is not available in a J2EE environment.

    Either ignore this warning (i.e. in runtime the Integrated Authentication property is ignored) or change the Application Server module property. Note that if this property has the value (both) it means that in a J2EE environment these features will not be available, but are available in a .NET environment.

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