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Re: [equinox-dev] framework shutdown and bundle listeners
- From: Peter Kriens <Peter.Kriens@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 18:46:08 +0200
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- Organization: aQute
Synchronous bundle listeners are notified synchronous so they will
receive the events of all the bundles that are stopped before they are
stopped and their own.
With async bundle listeners it is not defined because the event
delivery is async from the actual event. Events must not be delivered
to bundles that are stopped.
Does this help?
RC> Reading the OSGi spec, the semantics of what happens w.r.t. events when
RC> shutting down the framework (e.g. with "stop 0") are not clear:
RC> According to section 4.19.2, when shutting down the framework, these
RC> actions occur:
RC> "1. The system bundle enters the STOPPING state.
RC> 2. All ACTIVE bundles are suspended as described in the Bundle.stop
RC> method (...).
RC> 3. Event handling is disabled."
RC> Will synchronous BundleListeners be notified during step 2 (before the
RC> framework is shut down)? Can I assume that asynchronous bundle listeners
RC> will never have a chance to be notified because of step 3?
RC> Thanks for any comments,
Peter Kriens Mob. +46705950899