The shared table of an Java instance stores monitoring information about applications, browser sessions, Web sessions, processes, EJBs and so on.
You can configure this shared table via particular properties. They are represented as tables in the SAP Management Console. This procedure enables you to change the number of the relevant table's rows.
For example, you can change the number of concurrently supported active Java applications, Java processes, threads, EJB sessions and so on.
If you change the properties of an instance, the changes applies only to this instance.
We recommend that you make this configurations on a template level. That helps in case the AS Java is updated to apply the updates to all instances.