• Bug
  • Status: Closed
  • 2 Major
  • Resolution: Won't Fix
  • foshea
  • Reporter:
  • July 11, 2008
  • 0
  • Watchers: 1
  • July 27, 2012
  • September 18, 2008


start welcome app click sample apps to start sample app launcher (pojos) quit sample app launcher

tc server named “sample” still running – should probably be stopped


Steve Harris 2008-07-16

pm, how is this supposed to work.

Fiona OShea 2008-08-12

What is the LOE for doing this?

Fiona OShea 2008-08-12

Is this a regression?

Juris Galang 2008-08-12

Assigning to GKeim

Gary Keim 2008-08-27

I tried it on MacOS (Igal’s machine OS) and things worked fine.

ilevy 2008-09-12

just had this happen again on mac osx (linux). not sure this warrants a bug since my setup may not be a likely one for developers/opertators, but just in case….

  1. ran welcome.sh
  2. ran samples app (sample server starts)
  3. opened admin console, a client or two, then left machine alone
  4. mac wants to go dormant and starts shutting apps down, and it successfully shuts down admin console, clients, samples app, welcome app
  5. mac stuck on closing down terminal, so doesn’t go dormant
  6. reopen all those tc tools, including samples app, which tries to run samples server, but reports that a server is already running on that port

original samples server was still running.

ilevy 2008-09-12

just reproduced it again more directly:

  1. ran welcome.sh
  2. ran samples app (sample server starts)
  3. opened admin console, connect to server
  4. close samples app, welcome app – server continues to appear in admin console
  5. close and reopen admin console, connect to server – continues to appear in admin console

ilevy 2008-09-12

more on above. later when i opened the samples app again and it complained about a server already running, i closed it, and it took down the server instance.

Fiona OShea 2008-09-15

Please try to recreate this on windows

Richard Dizmang 2008-09-15

This is a Mac vs. Java thing.

If you close the Sample Application Launcher by using the close box in the window, or using the file menu in the window, then the launcher shuts down the server before it goes away.

If you use Q or the menu bar menu to quit the launcher, then it leaves the server running in the background. The problem here is the launcher does not catch those quit events, so, it does not shut down the server before the launcher dies.

Fiona OShea 2008-09-15

so it is not going to happen on Windows? Is Q the same as the Mac going to sleep/dormant? Can you confirm with Igal how he closed the window? thanks

Fiona OShea 2008-09-16

Please Doc in known issues. We can probably move this to CDV as well.

Fiona OShea 2008-09-18

We will not fix the Java/Mac OS weirdness. A known issue was added to Release Notes on orgstage today.