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  2. JBIDE-2625

add an "application stop/application start" option to jboss server view

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      Previously, right-clicking a module for AS7 and selecting 'stop' execute an undeploy, either by a filesystem marker (.undeploy) or by unpublishing the entire module. Similarly, a 'start' would either add a .deploy or republish the entire deployment.

      Both of these solutions had problems. Republishing an unchanged deployment was wasteful and took extra time. Using the deployment marker files also required waiting for the deployment scanners to run.

      For AS >= 7, this has changed, and now 'start' and 'stop' closely match the 'enable' / 'disable' options from the web administration console. The deployments are started or stopped via the management api, without removing or re-adding the archive.

      This makes start, stop, and restart, much faster than previously. It also solves the user complaint as posted here.
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      Previously, right-clicking a module for AS7 and selecting 'stop' execute an undeploy, either by a filesystem marker (.undeploy) or by unpublishing the entire module. Similarly, a 'start' would either add a .deploy or republish the entire deployment. Both of these solutions had problems. Republishing an unchanged deployment was wasteful and took extra time. Using the deployment marker files also required waiting for the deployment scanners to run. For AS >= 7, this has changed, and now 'start' and 'stop' closely match the 'enable' / 'disable' options from the web administration console. The deployments are started or stopped via the management api, without removing or re-adding the archive. This makes start, stop, and restart, much faster than previously. It also solves the user complaint as posted here.

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      Sometimes, and application just enters an infinte loop (because of a programming error, because it can not find a class, etc) in those cases one has to stop all the application server but sometimes, the problem can be solved simply by stopping that particular application, fixing the problem, and starting it again, and, since one didn't have to restart Jboss, it takes a lot less time. I would like to be able to do that in an easy way from inside eclipse.

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                • Assignee:
                  rob.stryker Rob Stryker
                  Reporter:
                  luxspes Francisco Jose Peredo Noguez
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