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When I do

asadmin list-applications
skriptum

in the web-admin gui it says

skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]

why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?

This may be a bug.

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Marina Vatkina

Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?

thanks,
-marina

Hong Zhang wrote:
> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have the
> expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
> information and make the two of them consistent.
>
> Thanks,
>
> - Hong
>
> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>
>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>>
>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>
>>>> When I do
>>>>
>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>> skriptum
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>
>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>
>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>
>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>
>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>> Please file it so.
>>>
>>> -Kedar
>>>
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Hong Zhang

Hi, Marina

> Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?

I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
JPASniffer.isUserVisible).

- Hong

>
> Hong Zhang wrote:
>
>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have
>> the expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
>> information and make the two of them consistent.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> - Hong
>>
>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>
>>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>
>>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> When I do
>>>>>
>>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>>> skriptum
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>
>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>
>>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>
>>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>> Please file it so.
>>>>
>>>> -Kedar
>>>>
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Marina Vatkina

Hong Zhang wrote:
> Hi, Marina
>
>> Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?
>
> I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
> decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
> JPASniffer.isUserVisible).
Hi Hong,

Thinking about it - I actually like GUI approach better - why don't we
display any sniffer unless it says hide me?

-marina
>
> - Hong
>
>>
>> Hong Zhang wrote:
>>
>>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have
>>> the expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays
>>> the information and make the two of them consistent.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> - Hong
>>>
>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>
>>>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> When I do
>>>>>>
>>>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>>>> skriptum
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>>
>>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>>
>>>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>> Please file it so.
>>>>>
>>>>> -Kedar
>>>>>
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Hong Zhang

Hi, Marina

>>> Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?
>>
>>
>> I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
>> decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
>> JPASniffer.isUserVisible).
>
> Thinking about it - I actually like GUI approach better - why don't we
> display any sniffer unless it says hide me?

The reasoning behind the current implementation is that we want user to
have more consistent behavior as v2 (for example, in v2, we don't
display type jpa). I guess we could change the default implementation of
Sniffer.isUserVisible to return true if people think that's better.

- Hong

>
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Hong Zhang wrote:
>>>
>>>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>>>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>>>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have
>>>> the expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays
>>>> the information and make the two of them consistent.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>>
>>>> - Hong
>>>>
>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>>>
>>>>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> When I do
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>>>>> skriptum
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>>> Please file it so.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -Kedar
>>>>>>
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>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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Marina Vatkina

Hong Zhang wrote:
> Hi, Marina
>
>>>> Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?
>>>
>>>
>>> I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
>>> decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
>>> JPASniffer.isUserVisible).
>>
>> Thinking about it - I actually like GUI approach better - why don't
>> we display any sniffer unless it says hide me?
>
> The reasoning behind the current implementation is that we want user
> to have more consistent behavior as v2 (for example, in v2, we don't
> display type jpa

There is an RFE somewhere to add it :)

-marina

> ). I guess we could change the default implementation of
> Sniffer.isUserVisible to return true if people think that's better.
> - Hong
>
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hong Zhang wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>>>>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>>>>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have
>>>>> the expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays
>>>>> the information and make the two of them consistent.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>
>>>>> - Hong
>>>>>
>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> When I do
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>>>>>> skriptum
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>>>> Please file it so.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> -Kedar
>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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Dominik Dorn

Please: I want to see _all_ the modules loaded for my app..
being it web, jpa, ejb, weld, osgi, security or something else...
it really helps when trying to find out why a certain thing does not
work and one
just see's "ah, security module is not loaded" or "mhm... weld is not
loaded, i have placed the beans.xml in the wrong dir.."

thanks,
dominik

On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 9:51 PM, Marina Vatkina wrote:
> Hong Zhang wrote:
>>
>> Hi, Marina
>>
>>>>> Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
>>>> decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
>>>> JPASniffer.isUserVisible).
>>>
>>> Thinking about it - I actually like GUI approach better - why don't we
>>> display any sniffer unless it says hide me?
>>
>> The reasoning behind the current implementation is that we want user to
>> have more consistent behavior as v2 (for example, in v2, we don't display
>> type jpa
>
> There is an RFE somewhere to add it :)
>
> -marina
>
>> ). I guess we could change the default implementation of
>> Sniffer.isUserVisible to return true if people think that's better.
>> - Hong
>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Hong Zhang wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>>>>>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>>>>>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have the
>>>>>> expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
>>>>>> information and make the two of them consistent.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> - Hong
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar
>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> When I do
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> asadmin list-applications
>>>>>>>>> skriptum
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>       skriptum                [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> This may be a bug.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>>>>> Please file it so.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> -Kedar
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>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
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Hong Zhang

>Please: I want to see _all_ the modules loaded for my app..
>being it web, jpa, ejb, weld, osgi, security or something else...
>it really helps when trying to find out why a certain thing does not
>work and one
>just see's "ah, security module is not loaded" or "mhm... weld is not
>loaded, i have placed the beans.xml in the wrong dir.."
>
>
I see. Thanks for the input.

- Hong

>
>On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 9:51 PM, Marina Vatkina wrote:
>
>
>>Hong Zhang wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hi, Marina
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>>>Why wouldn't we say that something is a JPA module?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>I am not sure why it's the way it is right now, but we can certain
>>>>>decide to display it if we want to (just return true in
>>>>>JPASniffer.isUserVisible).
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>Thinking about it - I actually like GUI approach better - why don't we
>>>>display any sniffer unless it says hide me?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>The reasoning behind the current implementation is that we want user to
>>>have more consistent behavior as v2 (for example, in v2, we don't display
>>>type jpa
>>>
>>>
>>There is an RFE somewhere to add it :)
>>
>>-marina
>>
>>
>>
>>>). I guess we could change the default implementation of
>>>Sniffer.isUserVisible to return true if people think that's better.
>>>- Hong
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>Hong Zhang wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>>>>>>>Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>>>>>>>visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have the
>>>>>>>expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
>>>>>>>information and make the two of them consistent.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Thanks,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>- Hong
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar
>>>>>>>>wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>When I do
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>asadmin list-applications
>>>>>>>>>>skriptum
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>This may be a bug.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>+1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>>>>>>Please file it so.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>-Kedar
>>>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
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>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
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Dominik Dorn wrote:
> When I do
>
> asadmin list-applications
> skriptum
>
>
> in the web-admin gui it says
>
> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>
> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>
> This may be a bug.

+1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
Please file it so.

-Kedar
>

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Dominik Dorn

Yes, its a JPA app.

On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>
>
> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>
>> When I do
>>
>> asadmin list-applications
>> skriptum
>>
>>
>> in the web-admin gui it says
>>
>>        skriptum                [ejb, jpa, web]
>>
>> why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>
>> This may be a bug.
>
> +1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
> Please file it so.
>
> -Kedar
>>
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Hong Zhang

Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have the
expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
information and make the two of them consistent.

Thanks,

- Hong

Dominik Dorn wrote:

>Yes, its a JPA app.
>
>On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>
>
>>Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>
>>
>>>When I do
>>>
>>>asadmin list-applications
>>>skriptum
>>>
>>>
>>>in the web-admin gui it says
>>>
>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>
>>>why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>
>>>This may be a bug.
>>>
>>>
>>+1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>Please file it so.
>>
>>-Kedar
>>
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Hong Zhang

Hi, Anissa

> There is no API exposed to the GUI to determine if a Sniffer is
> visible to user or not. So, gui just listed out ALL the sniffer
> except "security". We exclude "security" just because we know it is
> invisible :).
> If there is a way to determine whether the Sniffer should be shown or
> not, please let me know, and I can easily add that filter.

The GUI can probably do something similar as CLI (call the
Sniffer.isUserVisible API). I will give you more details offline.

Thanks,

- Hong

> Hong Zhang wrote:
>
>> Yes, we should have consistent behaviors for these two.
>> Looking at the code, the JPASniffer does not declare itself to be
>> visible to the user, so the asadmin list-applications seem to have
>> the expected behavior. We need to figure out how the gui displays the
>> information and make the two of them consistent.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> - Hong
>>
>> Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>
>>>Yes, its a JPA app.
>>>
>>>On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 3:43 PM, kedar wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Dominik Dorn wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>When I do
>>>>>
>>>>>asadmin list-applications
>>>>>skriptum
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>in the web-admin gui it says
>>>>>
>>>>> skriptum [ejb, jpa, web]
>>>>>
>>>>>why isn't jpa mentioned in the asadmin output?
>>>>>
>>>>>This may be a bug.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>+1. What is it though? A jpa app or not?
>>>>Please file it so.
>>>>
>>>>-Kedar
>>>>
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