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From "Cyriaque Dupoirieux (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Assignées: (FOR-904) Attempting to deploy a plugin that cannot be found does not cause Forrest to halt
Date Wed, 28 Jun 2006 11:52:30 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-904?page=all ]

Cyriaque Dupoirieux reassigned FOR-904:
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    Assign To: Cyriaque Dupoirieux

> Attempting to deploy a plugin that cannot be found does not cause Forrest to halt
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: FOR-904
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-904
>      Project: Forrest
>         Type: Bug

>   Components: Plugins (general issues)
>     Versions: 0.8-dev
>     Reporter: Ross Gardler
>     Assignee: Cyriaque Dupoirieux
>     Priority: Minor
>      Fix For: 0.8-dev

>
> If we add a required plugin and provide a local directory to retrieve the plugin from,
but fail to provide a plugin descriptor for that plugin Forrest cannot find, and therefore
cannot install the plugin.
> Having failed to deploy a required plugin Forrest should fail with an error, but it does
not it continues to run. Even worse the output log gives no indication that a plugin was not
correctly configured. It seems that our recent work on deploying plugins from local sources
has broken the error checking for plugins.
> Here is the relevant section from a problem run (this plugin is on in a local directory,
but does not appear in any plugins.xml descriptor for that directory):
>       --------------------------------------------------------------
>       Installing plugin: org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce
>       --------------------------------------------------------------
> check-plugin:
> org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce is not available in the build dir. Try
> ing to fetch it...
> init-props:
> echo-settings:
> init-proxy:
> fetch-plugins-descriptors:
> fetch-plugin:
> Trying to find the description of org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce in t
> he different descriptor files
> Using the descriptor file D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.in
> put.osCommerce\build\tmp\plugins-1.xml...
> Processing D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce\
> build\tmp\plugins-1.xml to D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.i
> nput.osCommerce\build\tmp\pluginlist2fetchbuild.xml
> Loading stylesheet D:\openSource\forrest\main\var\pluginlist2fetch.xsl
> findPlugin:
> Using the descriptor file D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.in
> put.osCommerce\build\tmp\plugins-2.xml...
> Processing D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce\
> build\tmp\plugins-2.xml to D:\projects\forrestPlugins\org.saafe.forrest.plugin.i
> nput.osCommerce\build\tmp\pluginlist2fetchbuild.xml
> Loading stylesheet D:\openSource\forrest\main\var\pluginlist2fetch.xsl
> findPlugin:
> unpack-plugin:
> install-plugin:
> configure-plugin:
> No locationmap provided for plugin org.saafe.forrest.plugin.input.osCommerce

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