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Event Broker: Queued start-up operations should not start if scheduler has been stopped

Bob Bradley 7 years ago • updated by anonymous 4 years ago 2

I do not usually mark more than one operation for STARTUP, but in the CSO Staff FIM solution I am building I am using this idea right now. I started the scheduler, and then stopped it again while I waited for the first of 3 startup operations to complete ... thinking that the others wouldn't start. They did. I don't think this would be considered "expected behaviour" and I think the scheduler status should be checked before ANY new operation is started. Thoughts?

Reassigned for confirmation of completion, tested locally.

Confirmed complete.