I've noticed an increase in the use of java functions as part of the UDS of Checkpoint in the latest upgrade to 3.7. Is this a trend? - What concerns me is that when the UDS is not done using basic variables - it makes the use of variables for multithreading impossible - thereby killing the ability to alert. If alerts have already been created prior to upgrade - I believe that they then no longer work - Correct?
If so - is there explicit details in the upgrading notes highlighting this - detailing what vairables for the devices whose UDS has beed modified that is now changed?
I'd ask the same question of the tables identified in the corresponding XML file - are changes to it explicitly shown in the upgrade readme-s or somewhere else?
There may be a notification for both - but I could not find any after our recent upgrade.
The effect was that some reports and alerts of ours were no longer funcitonal.