Why do you need to make a rest call while startup is taking place?
On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 9:22 AM, Gytis Trikleris <gtrikler(a)redhat.com>
Is there a way to make sure I'm making the service call not too
Also, ControlledProcessStateService methods which are used in that
commit are deprecated. That's why I wasn't sure if it's OK for me to use
On 13/12/2016 22:34, Brian Stansberry wrote:
> That commit you linked shows the mechanism for getting a notification of
process state changes (inject ControlledProcessStateService and register a
property change listener.)
> But, that commit is opening up the listener when it gets the
notification, so if you listen for the same notification and make a call
it’s going to be racy.
>> On Dec 13, 2016, at 3:26 PM, Gytis Trikleris <gtrikler(a)redhat.com>
>> I'm wondering if there is a way to register a listener which would be
>> invoked when server status has changed. More specifically when
>> application server completed start-up.
>> The reason for that is that after  commit was introduced our rest
>> transaction tests started to fail. The cause seems to be rest service
>> call during the start of one of our services. That call doesn't
>> necessarily have to be executed during the service start. However, the
>> sooner it's done the better and if it would be possible to register some
>> sort of callback to be invoked once start-up was done, that would be
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