1.6. Excluded, Removed, or Deprecated Items

Definitions

Excluded
An item that has never been featured in a product release but is otherwise part of one of the open source components of the product.
Deprecated
An item that will be removed from a future release, usually the next major version.
Removed
An item that was previously in a release of the product and is no longer included. Items will usually be deprecated before being removed.

1.6.1. Deprecated

JBAS-7837
JBoss Cache is deprecated as it is to be replaced by Infinispan in the next major release.
EJBTHREE-2173
The hibernate-jmx JAR is deprecated and will be removed from jboss-ejb3-as6-depchain in the next major release. The hibernate-annotations JAR will be reimplemented and delivered as part of the hibernate-core JAR.
JBAS-7527
The JDBC3 (JDK5) classes from the JDBC adapter are deprecated and will be removed in the next major release as a JDK6 (or later) environment, which contains these classes, will be required.
JBAS-7563
As RMIAdaptor is being replaced to meet JSR-160, the JRPMInvoker and JRMPInvokerHA are deprecated and the UnifiedInvoker will be the default legacy invoker in the next major release.
JBPAPP-3961
JBoss Web Console is deprecated in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5.2. The Admin Console will take over its function. Also note that JMX Console will be supported as legacy. Note: The Web Console is not included at all in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.
JBPAPP-4995
The TwitterClient example is deprecated in RESTEasy 1.2.x due to Twitter deprecating the Basic Authentication method in August 2010. All applications must now use OAuth. RESTEasy 2.x contains a reworked TwitterClient example that includes OAuth. Download the example from the newest version of RESTEasy http://www.jboss.org/resteasy for testing purposes.