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From "Carbone, Adam" <ACarb...@verisign.com>
Subject Bug??
Date Mon, 27 Dec 2004 16:18:49 GMT
I noticed that in several discussions and bugs about locking and how
resources got deployed and this was causing them to be locked so they need
to be un-deployed manually. The reason I'm asking it that I 'm having issue
with tomcat 5.5. I have been using tomcat 5.0.28 for quite a while in
combination with maven to do a un-deploy and deploy using the manager
console. I just upgraded to tomcat 5.5 because the decision was made that we
are upgrading which I agree with for the features that it provides. But now
when I un-deploy it succeeds successfully but doesn't really undeploy there
are still thing left in the webapps/contextXXX folder. 

[echo] /XXX-portal

build:start:

 

war:init:

 

tomcat:undeploy:

    [echo] {USER_WORKSPACE}\XXX-portal/target/XXX-portal

    [undeploy] OK - Undeployed application at context path /XXX-portal

    [undeploy]

BUILD SUCCESSFUL

Total time: 4 seconds

Finished at: Wed Dec 22 10:29:24 GMT-05:00 2004

 

So I try to deploy and it says I can because there is an application with
the same name.

tomcat:deploy:

    [deploy] FAIL - Application already exists at path /mss-portal

    [deploy]

 

BUILD FAILED

 

So try to un-deploy again and I get this.

tomcat:undeploy:

    [echo] {USER_WORKSPACE}\XXX-portal/target/XXX-portal

    [undeploy] FAIL - Encountered exception LifecycleException:  Container
org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].

[localhost].[/XXX-portal] has not been started

    [undeploy]

 

BUILD FAILED

 

So at this point I need to manually shut down tomcat and remove the
directory. I have tried both of the options that were listed for context
without any avail?>

 

All combinations listed below have been tried

 

*          <context antiJARLocking = "true">

*          <context antiResourceLocking="true">

*          <context antiJARLocking = "true" antiResourceLocking="true">

 

Is there anything else I can do or try? 

 

I'm using the following configuration 

 

*	Windows XP sp2 
*	J2SDK 1.4.2_04
*	Tomcat 5.5.4 with compatability patch

 

 


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