Can we have a warning when we use a deployment context in error?
In normal operation this condition should never occur, but I'm seeing some problems in EJB3Deployment in regards to unwinding a deployment.
So the context ends up in error and test fails. From a clients perspective the symptons are the same as a deployment failure. So I try the run again to spot the deployment failure. Allas nothing happens (I mean nothing at all shows up in the log about this deployment). Only when I turn on tracing I see a meak message scroll by: ignoring deployment context in error. So spending an entire day staring at EARStructure was wasted (apart from spotting other problems).
So can we have a warning in large friendly letters with the words: "Don't Panic" somewhere?
The way this works has been completely redone:
You'll never be asked to process a context that is in error (or one of its
related contexts in the same deployment errored).
It's not in jboss-head yet.