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  1. Felix
  2. FELIX-6049

Listeners registered with boolean property are ignored




      I just tried to get a ServletContextListener to work, but did not succeed, although everything is done as defined by the spec.
      Here you can find a minimal example of my setup https://github.com/Sandared/io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl
      The Servlet I'm registering is working fine, but the ServletContextListener that I registered too is never called. 
      Even if I call getServletContext() from within the Servlet, my Listener is never called.
      I would have expected the ServletContextListener to be called at least once, after a DefaultServletContext has been created by the ServletContainer
      Additional Information:
      The MySCL.java:
      public class MySCL implements ServletContextListener {
          public void contextDestroyed(ServletContextEvent arg0)

      {         System.out.println("Destroyed");     }

          public void contextInitialized(ServletContextEvent arg0)

      {         System.out.println("Initialized");     }

      Bundles running:
         ID|State      |Level|Name
          0|Active     |    0|OSGi System Bundle (3.13.100.v20180827-1536)|3.13.100.v20180827-1536
          1|Active     |    1|osgi.possiblebugs.scl.impl (|
          2|Active     |    1|Apache Commons FileUpload (1.3.3)|1.3.3
          3|Active     |    1|Apache Commons IO (2.6.0)|2.6.0
          4|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Gogo Command (1.0.2)|1.0.2
          5|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Gogo Runtime (1.0.10)|1.0.10
          6|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Gogo Shell (1.0.0)|1.0.0
          7|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Http Jetty (4.0.6)|4.0.6Li
          8|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Servlet API (1.1.2)|1.1.2
          9|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Inventory (1.0.4)|1.0.4
         10|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Declarative Services (2.1.10)|2.1.10
         11|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Web Management Console (4.3.4)|4.3.4
         12|Active     |    1|Apache Felix Web Console Service Component Runtime/Declarative Services Plugin (2.0.8)|2.0.8
         13|Active     |    1|org.osgi:org.osgi.util.function (|

      List of components registered:
      io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.MyServlet in bundle 1 (io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.impl: enabled, 1 instance.
          Id: 1, State:ACTIVE
      io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.MySCL in bundle 1 (io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.impl: enabled, 1 instance.
          Id: 0, State:SATISFIED
      Info for MySCL component:
      Class:         io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.MySCL
      Bundle:        1 (io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.impl:
      Enabled:       true
      Immediate:     false
      Services:      [javax.servlet.ServletContextListener]
      Scope:         singleton
      Config PID(s): [io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.MySCL], Policy: optional
      Base Props:    (1 entry)
        osgi.http.whiteboard.listener<Boolean> = true

      Component Configuration Id: 0
      State:        SATISFIED
      Service:      50 [javax.servlet.ServletContextListener]
      Config Props: (3 entries)
        component.id<Long> = 0
        component.name<String> = io.jatoms.osgi.possiblebugs.scl.MySCL
        osgi.http.whiteboard.listener<Boolean> = true
      References:   (total 0)
      Is there anything wrong with this setup? Or is this a bug of felix.http?




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              cziegeler Carsten Ziegeler
              tdriessen Thomas Driessen
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