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Re: [p2-dev] Fw: P2 updates and uninstall failled for bundles not installed using p2.

Hi David, 

Sorry for not answering to you earlier.
Could you please describe in more detail what you mean by "the bundles that did not get installed by p2"?
How did those get in? What sort of behaviour would you expect?

PaScaL

On 2011-06-06, at 2:18 PM, David Peraza wrote:

Hello,

I sent this note before I subscribed to mailing list, not sure it went through and sending again.

Regards,

David Peraza
Software Engineer
STG Emerging Solutions - Cloud Computing
https://w3.tap.ibm.com/w3ki2/display/kstart/ES+Technology+Preview+Home
IBM Rochester, Minnesota
Phone:  (507)253-5383
E-mail:  dperaza@xxxxxxxxxx

"The important thing is to never stop questioning." -- Albert Einstein

----- Forwarded by David Peraza/Rochester/IBM on 06/06/2011 02:17 PM -----
From: David Peraza/Rochester/IBM
To: p2-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 06/06/2011 02:00 PM
Subject: P2 updates and uninstall failled for bundles not installed using p2.




Hello,

We are developing an OSGi product and I'm task to code the update flow. I have selected to go with p2 repositories being the source of our updates and fixes. Everything is going well I'm able to install new bundles, updates those bundles I install and even able to rollback to a specific timestamp. However, when I try to updates bundles that did not get installed using p2, it fails saying there is no updates found. I tried un-installing  using your provremove and then install the new version of the bundle using provinstall and they both succeed. But, when I restart our app I see both version running side by side, which is something we want to avoid.

Question:

Is there a specific config that I need to preform to our drivers so that bundles can be updated using p2?

Note: I do see all bundles of the product under the default profile. So it strikes me as strange that I can't update them.


Best Regards,

David Peraza
Software Engineer
STG Emerging Solutions - Cloud Computing
https://w3.tap.ibm.com/w3ki2/display/kstart/ES+Technology+Preview+Home
IBM Rochester, Minnesota
Phone:  (507)253-5383
E-mail:  dperaza@xxxxxxxxxx

"The important thing is to never stop questioning." -- Albert Einstein

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