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Bug 1059319 - kie-config-cli asks for KBase and KSession in remove-deployment command
Summary: kie-config-cli asks for KBase and KSession in remove-deployment command
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Status: CLOSED NOTABUG
Alias: None
Product: JBoss BPMS Platform 6
Classification: Retired
Component: Business Central
Version: 6.0.0
Hardware: Unspecified
OS: Unspecified
medium
medium
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Assignee: Maciej Swiderski
QA Contact: Radovan Synek
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Blocks:
TreeView+ depends on / blocked
 
Reported: 2014-01-29 16:09 UTC by Radovan Synek
Modified: 2014-01-29 16:58 UTC (History)
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Last Closed: 2014-01-29 16:58:47 UTC
Type: Bug


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Description Radovan Synek 2014-01-29 16:09:24 UTC
To identify an deployment unit, only groupId, artifactId, version are sufficient. KBase and KSession are unnecessary information for remove-deployment operation and user should not be asked for them.

Comment 1 Maciej Swiderski 2014-01-29 16:50:28 UTC
Radek, actually they are used. When you deploy kjar that has multiple kbase/ksession definitions they will be deployed as separate deployments and will run in parallel on runtime environment. So that's why when adding and removing deployments users are asked to provide kbase and ksession name.

While this is in most cases an optional you might simply leave it empty and move on, but in some cases it will be actually required to undeploy the right deployment.

Does that make sense?

Comment 2 Radovan Synek 2014-01-29 16:58:47 UTC
Maciej, of course it makes sense, thanks for clarification.


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