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New OSGI configuration working on author but not showing on live page

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Hi,

I wonder if somebody can help me with an issue, and sorry if this is obvious.  Basically I would like help and to know if there is something special I need to do when implementing a new OSGI configuration.

I have added a new configuration with the primaryType is OsgiConfig, and deployed it to staging via Mavern.  The Mavern build is updating both author ( 4502 ) and publisher ( 4503 ),

In the author environment, I can see this configuration when I go to preview pages, it picks up the relevant path and picks up the relevant code.  However, on the dispatcher this doesn't seem to be added, when viewing the published page on a browser it is not picking up the new configuration.  I have cleared the dispatcher cache, but nothing has changed.

Is there something special I need to do when implementing a new OSGI configuration to show on the published pages ?

Thank you for your time,

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Hi Veena, Viveksachdeva, Ravindra and smacdonald2008​,

Thank you all so much for your time and answers with this.  I believe that I have now worked this out.  I had two configurations for this setting, and they conflicted with each other.  I guess that on author it read one configuration first, and then on publisher it read the other one first.  In fact, when I looked at the OSGI config manager I actually saw that they were the other way around in 4502 than to 4503.

Hopefully this is now sorted, I am grateful for your responses.

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HI,

1. Is it showing on publish environment ?

    If no , Please check OSGI configuration is loaded or not.

    if OSGI not loaded in publish , please check run mode(osgi node) created for publish ?

       ex : config.dev-publish or config.publish

2. If it showing both Author and Publish good.

    Is exact page cache cleared ?

     Please check page with query strings.

If not help above please share more infromation , to help your issue.

Thanks

Ravindra

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Level 10

"on the dispatcher" - you mean on the Production server right?

Dispatcher is not a server - it caches pages and a load balancer.

However - on Production - make sure that you have all of the same config settings.

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Hi Ravindra and S MacDonald,

Thank you very much for your responses, and sorry if I am not using the correct wording,

I checked and when I look at the page on 4502 then I can see the changes on the form, but when I check the same page on 4503 then I can't see the configuration being picked up, although I can see other form changes ( if I add text or a component etc - to check that the page cache is refreshing ).

If I check configuration manager ( /system/console/configMgr ) on both 4502 and 4503 then I can see the configuration file there, so it does seem to have pushed to both.

Sorry, not sure how to proceed after this?

Thank you again.

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The only difference between the 2 environments is the Dispatcher is used in Prod Server?  Can you try to do test - try doing this use case using a setup on a DEV server - where you have 4502 and 4503 servers running. Test this in that environment. This will tell us if issue is with your environment and Dispatcher somehow interfering.

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Configurations can sometimes go tricky. In some cases , it would need a restart for the changes to pick up. Can you try restarting your server and check if the configurations are picking up ?

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Have you tried logging the value of configurations when bundle is activated?

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Hi Veena,

Thanks for the reply.  We did try and restarted the servers on staging to check, but it still only works when I preview the page on author, and it doesn't work on the publisher ( 4503 ) page.

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Hi Veena, Viveksachdeva, Ravindra and smacdonald2008​,

Thank you all so much for your time and answers with this.  I believe that I have now worked this out.  I had two configurations for this setting, and they conflicted with each other.  I guess that on author it read one configuration first, and then on publisher it read the other one first.  In fact, when I looked at the OSGI config manager I actually saw that they were the other way around in 4502 than to 4503.

Hopefully this is now sorted, I am grateful for your responses.

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wer they factory configs ? Have you given unique PID for the configs to get configured properly ?