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From "Aki Yoshida (Updated) (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CXF-4170) JMX InstrumentationManager's configuration properties may not be set correctly in standalone mode after upgrading to 2.5.2
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2012 23:29:58 GMT

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Aki Yoshida updated CXF-4170:
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    Description: 
We introduced a simpler mechanism for configuring the instrumentation manager with CXF-3992,
namely using the bus properties instead of directly configuring the InstrumentationManagerImpl
bean. Unfortunately, this change introduced an issue in setting the instrumentation bean properties
configured using the old style of directly configuring the instrumentation manager bean.

In particular, when setting each property of the InstrumentationManagerImpl bean, those properties
that are set before the bus property is set are not correctly set with the desired values.
For example, if the bus property is set at the beginning, the rest of the properties appearing
below this line are correctly set. However, if the bus property is set not at the beginning,
those properties appearing above that line are not set correctly and overwritten by the default
values. 

Note that this problem does not occur when the properties are set using the bus properties

In any case, this problem needs to be fixed.

  was:
We introduced a simpler mechanism for configuring the instrumentation manager bean with CXF-3992,
namely using the bus properties instead of directly configuring the bean. Unfortunately, this
change introduced an issue in reading the instrumentation bean properties configured using
the old style of directly configuring the instrumentation manager bean. 

In particular, when setting each property of the InstrumentationManagerImpl bean, those properties
that are set before the bus property is set are not correctly set. In other words, if the
bus property is set at the beginning, the rest of the properties are correctly read. However,
if the bus property is set not at the beginning, those properties appearing above are overwritten
by the default values.

Note that this problem does not occur when the properties are set using the bus properties

In any case, this problem needs to be fixed.

        Summary: JMX InstrumentationManager's configuration properties may not be set correctly
in standalone mode after upgrading to 2.5.2  (was: JMX InstrumentationManager's configuration
properties may not be read correctly in standalone mode after 2.5.2)
    
> JMX InstrumentationManager's configuration properties may not be set correctly in standalone
mode after upgrading to 2.5.2
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CXF-4170
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-4170
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Management
>    Affects Versions: 2.5.2
>            Reporter: Aki Yoshida
>            Assignee: Aki Yoshida
>             Fix For: 2.5.3, 2.6
>
>
> We introduced a simpler mechanism for configuring the instrumentation manager with CXF-3992,
namely using the bus properties instead of directly configuring the InstrumentationManagerImpl
bean. Unfortunately, this change introduced an issue in setting the instrumentation bean properties
configured using the old style of directly configuring the instrumentation manager bean.
> In particular, when setting each property of the InstrumentationManagerImpl bean, those
properties that are set before the bus property is set are not correctly set with the desired
values. For example, if the bus property is set at the beginning, the rest of the properties
appearing below this line are correctly set. However, if the bus property is set not at the
beginning, those properties appearing above that line are not set correctly and overwritten
by the default values. 
> Note that this problem does not occur when the properties are set using the bus properties
> In any case, this problem needs to be fixed.

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