Does exactly the same as getServerJNDIProperty,
This method is still there for backwards compatibility reason and it is deprecated.
In MFP 7.1 and older versions we used to have this method to look at JNDI, and if the property was missing
from there, it was looking at worklight.properties inside the WAR
Since that starting from 8.0.0 there is no WAR customization, there is no worklight.properties in the WAR
Thus this method only looks at the JNDI and hence it is identical to getServerJNDIProperty below
Take a look at: com.ibm.mfp.adapter.api.ConfigurationAPI - we recommend to use it instead
name - - The property's name
- The value of the property or null if the property is not defined.