Immutant
  1. Immutant
  2. IMMUTANT-236

Stopping a shared JMS dest affects apps still using it

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved Resolved (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 0.9.0
    • Fix Version/s: 0.10.0
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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      Consider these apps: https://github.com/jcrossley3/random-apps-of-kindness/tree/master/queue-foo

      Deploy one of them, say "one", to a running immutant.
      Now deploy "two" to the same immutant.
      Now undeploy the first one.

      You'll see that the second one stops running, too.

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      Consider these apps: https://github.com/jcrossley3/random-apps-of-kindness/tree/master/queue-foo Deploy one of them, say "one", to a running immutant. Now deploy "two" to the same immutant. Now undeploy the first one. You'll see that the second one stops running, too.
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      Description

      The stopping of JMS destinations should be idempotent when the queue is still in use by another app.

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          Jim Crossley
          added a comment -

          Regarding the steps to reproduce, note that you can undeploy and redeploy the second app all day long without affecting the first app. It's only when you undeploy the app that originally started the shared destination that all other deployed apps are affected.

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          Jim Crossley
          added a comment - Regarding the steps to reproduce, note that you can undeploy and redeploy the second app all day long without affecting the first app. It's only when you undeploy the app that originally started the shared destination that all other deployed apps are affected.

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              Reporter:
              Jim Crossley
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