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From Carlos Quiroz <cqui...@gemini.edu>
Subject Re: iPojo lifecycle and dependencies
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2011 12:42:58 GMT
Hi

I have had a similar problem with unbind not being called if optional and agreggate

As a workaround I added the same id to the @Bind/@Unbind and now it is working fine

Carlos

On Jul 6, 2011, at 4:46 AM, <yann.diorcet@bull.net>
 <yann.diorcet@bull.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'am facing a problem with iPOJO about the dependencies and the lifecycle.
> One of my components creates a configuration for config admin for each 
> services of a specific type (bind / unbind optionnal & aggregate).
> During my test, i try to stop and restart my bunble in order to test if 
> all my system works again, and here is the problem.
> 
> When my bundle stops i have to remove all the configurations. But if the 
> bundle stops the unbind function is not called, so the configurations are 
> not deleted. So i can remove them in the invalidate handler?! But i can't. 
> Indeed if the invalidation is not due to a stop event but due to 
> dependency insatisfaction, i had removed all the configurations and when 
> my component will be valid again, the bind function will not be called.
> 
> Why this "inconsistency"?
> 
> When the dependency handler of a component is created, all the current 
> available services are bound (l 274 Depenency.java)
> Why not called unbind when the component is "destroyed" or why not provide 
> a option to specify an start/stop service tracker when the component 
> starts/stops?
> 
> Thanks


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