Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1016517
Unable to build project even if the invalid rule is deleted
Last modified: 2014-08-06 16:20:15 EDT
Created attachment 809190 [details]
Description of problem:
The project which once contains invalid rule is unable to build even if the rule is deleted. The Problems tab shows problem with non-existent rule.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
BPMS 6.0.0 ER3
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create new repository "myRepo", new project "org.jboss.qa.myProject"
2. build the project
3. create guided rule in package "org.jboss.qa.myProject"
4. show options
5. add new option "timer" with value "xx xx xx"
6. save the rule
7. build the project
8. delete rule
9. build the project
Step 2: build is success
Step 7, 9: build fails
All actions, which are connected with this non-existent rule (as run testscenario, switch the project, etc.), failed with "Incorrect number of arguments for interval timer 'xx xx xx'" in the Problems tab.
Test scenario which name is "test" shows "test" issue in the Reports tab.
Step 2,9: build is success
Step 7: build failed
The build of the project should not depend on non-existent rule.
Refresh the browser, log out/in the user and switching the user do not help.
Git repository really does not contain this rule.
Restart of server helps. But I believe that the user should not restart the server every time when he deletes some rule.
Enumeration's assets seems to be affected by this issue.
Verified for ER5