- Red Hat Fuse
- How to set a specific start order for bundles?
- How to set the start sequence on Fuse?
- How to set load sequence on Fuse?
Set the bundle start level in the container shell or set it configuring a Feature.
The default Fuse start level is 80, so just set a start level that is less than 80 to a bundle to start first or set more than 80 to a bundle to start after.
The command will be like this:
> bundle:start-level <bundle-id> <start-level>
For example, Fuse has bundle A and bundle B installed. The ids of the bundles are:
- A - 180
- B - 181
To make sure that bundle A start first than bundle B, just run the command:
> bundle:start-level 180 70
Now the start level for both bundles are:
- A - 70
- B - 80 (the default start level)
It is also possible to develop a Feature and set the start level in the bundle definition. When deploying the feature, the bundles will start with the start level defined in the feature.
Here is a example:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <features name="custom-feature-repo"> <feature name="my-feature"> <bundle start-level="70">mvn:group/bundle-A/1.0</bundle> <bundle>mvn:group/bundle-B/1.0</bundle> </feature> </features>
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