[jboss-user] [JBoss/Spring Integration] - Re: Bean destroy methods when undeploying
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Tue Jul 15 11:38:50 EDT 2008
I checked the mbean defined in the spring deployer and it is using SpringApplicationContextDeployer. Then I threw an exception inside one of the bean's destroy method and it showed up, so after all the destroy method is being called, just that I didn't set up my log correctly. Thanks for the pointers!
Then I noticed the deployed app is registered in JNDI, so I went further to deploy two spring apps (app1 and app2), where in app2 I refer to the app1's context using jndi, like this in app2's applicationContext.xml:
<bean id="app1Context" class="org.springframework.jndi.JndiObjectFactoryBean">
| <property name="jndiName" value="app1"/>
| <property name="expectedType" value="org.springframework.context.support.AbstractApplicationContext"/>
The issue is, when I shutdown jboss, I see the message "Failed to stop bean factory app2", and if I remove this bean, the app can be undeployed without failing. It also works if I make this bean prototype scope instead of a singleton. Is there a downside for making this a prototype bean?
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