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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: core
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Tomcat
      Windows XP Pro

      Description

      I've just downloaded 0.19 for use with a new project and started to set up my templates. I can use the Ant task that Tomcat provides to deploy the app but I can't remove it properly. When I run the remove/undeploy everything but the click JAR file and the click-extensions JAR file are removed. I am running under windows and according to Process Explorer (from sysinternals) Tomcat still has the two JAR files open.

      I have just used Click 0.18 for a project which I finished only last week and it can be deployed and undeployed with out this issue.

      Malcom thinks it might be one of the new dependancies that Click uses.

        Activity

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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment -

        ClickApp not release inputstream associated with loading click-controls.xml

        Fix checked into SVN, will be available in release 0.21

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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment - ClickApp not release inputstream associated with loading click-controls.xml Fix checked into SVN, will be available in release 0.21
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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment -

        Have tried various combinations of including/excluding dependent JARs.

        The locking does not appear to be related in dependent JAR files.

        The only method I have found to enable Tomcat reloading is unpacking click-nodeps.jar & click-extras.jar into WEB-INF/classes directory (note this is not recommended as click-controls.xml file from one of the JARS wont be present).

        Tomcat is locking on:

        • click.jar
        • click-nodeps.jar
        • click-extras.jar
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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment - Have tried various combinations of including/excluding dependent JARs. The locking does not appear to be related in dependent JAR files. The only method I have found to enable Tomcat reloading is unpacking click-nodeps.jar & click-extras.jar into WEB-INF/classes directory (note this is not recommended as click-controls.xml file from one of the JARS wont be present). Tomcat is locking on: click.jar click-nodeps.jar click-extras.jar
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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment -

        Tried using Tomcat Context element antiResourceLocking="true" without success.

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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment - Tried using Tomcat Context element antiResourceLocking="true" without success.

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          • Assignee:
            Malcolm Edgar
            Reporter:
            Doychi
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