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[GLASSFISH-19319] bundles should get loaded in the same order that are initially deployed. Created: 12/Nov/12 Updated: 16/Nov/12 Resolved: 16/Nov/12
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|Participants:||geraldingalls, Hong Zhang and TangYong|
On contributing GLASSFISH-19215, I met a problem(or bug) related
I deploy A, then deploy C, finally, deploy B.
In alphabetical order, the following is arranged under
A, B, C
And in domain.xml, in <applications> tag, the following is arranged,
A, C, B
Then, I stop domain and re-start domain, while I am debuging, I found
This problem is very important for OSGi/CDI deployment scene, if not
|Comment by TangYong [ 12/Nov/12 07:46 AM ]|
In any case, an OSGi bundle should not assume a certain deployment
In addition, file under deployment subcat and it will go to Hong's queue.
|Comment by TangYong [ 13/Nov/12 01:04 AM ]|
|Comment by TangYong [ 13/Nov/12 01:05 AM ]|
1 compatibility with 3.1.x
2 I think that deployment order feature should be a optional feature,
|Comment by Hong Zhang [ 13/Nov/12 03:52 PM ]|
Thanks for your feedback. We will look into restoring the original default.
|Comment by geraldingalls [ 16/Nov/12 08:01 PM ]|
The resolution of ties among applications with the same deployment-order attribute has been changed from using the application name to using the order that the applications were originally deployed.