I'm using JBoss 7.1.1 AS.
I have class A in package a.b.c.
I'm injecting class A into a SLB, say ASLB class from the same package.
Classes A and ASLB are packed into a.jar.
I have another class A in package a.d.e.
I'm injecting class A into a SLB, say BSLB class from the same package, a.d.e.
Classes A and BSLB are packed into b.jar.
The two jars a.jar and b.jar are packed into an ear and deployed in jboss 7.1.1 AS.
On rare occasions, after a server restart I got class A (from package a.b.c and a.jar) injected into BSLB class (from b.jar)
instead of A from a.d.e. The issue is always fixed by another restart.
Is this non-deterministic behaviour expected under these conditions (same class name, different packages,
different jars)? I'm not using qualifiers.
As a workaround I renamed class A within each package to avoid collision.
I would appreciate any insights into this matter.
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