If you have a deployment that dependends on another deployment (either using inter deployment dependencies or a class loading dependency) and you replace the dependee deployment then the dependent deployment will fail to restart.
Stuart Douglas <firstname.lastname@example.org> made a comment on jira AS7-6761
This is now resolved for non OSGi deployments. At the moment I can't see any way to achieve the desired OSGI behaviour without a redesign of how DUP's work.
Brian Stansberry <email@example.com> made a comment on jira AS7-6761
I'm moving this out of "Pull Request Sent" status but not to "Resolved" because AIUI the fix did not fully resolve the reported issue. I'll leave it to you guys to sort out what the next step is.
This is resolved for non-OSGi deployments. I think we should resolve this issue and create a new one for the OSGi problems, as the OSGi issue is not so much caused by dependency changes but rather by explicit start/stop operations on the bundle.
<module name="deployment.clusterbench.war" />
Triggers in EAP 6.3:
Unregister web context: /clusterbench
Unregister web context: /SessionTest
Deployment restart detected for deployment SessionTest.war, performing full redeploy instead.
Register web context: /clusterbench
Register web context: /SessionTest
Triggers in EAP 6.2:
MSC000001: Failed to start service jboss.deployment.unit."SessionTest.war".FIRST_MODULE_USE:
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Brad Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> updated the status of jira WFLY-1363 to Resolved