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Wrong Bundle Location in Felix Console

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I am working on AEM 6.3 project, where my requirement is to change all the SNAPSHOT (1.0.0-SNAPSHOT) version to actual version in all the POM Files. After doing these change, I observed that "Bundle Location" is not getting changed in Felix Console.

In below screenshot, Version has been changed from "1.0-SNAPSHOT" to 1.0.0 but Bundle Location is still pointing to SNAPSHOT version.

Snapshot 1:

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Snapshot 2:

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POM FILE:

<profiles>

   <profile>

      <id>autoInstallBundle</id>

         <build>

            <plugins>

                <plugin>

                    <groupId>org.apache.sling</groupId>

                    <artifactId>maven-sling-plugin</artifactId>

                    <executions>

                        <execution>

                        <id>install-bundle</id>

                        <goals>

                          <goal>install</goal>

                        </goals>

                        <configuration>

                          <slingUrl>http://${crx.host}:${crx.port}/system/console/install</slingUrl>

                          <user>${crx.username}</user>

                          <password>${crx.password}</password>

                       </configuration>

                     </execution>

                   </executions>

               </plugin>

          </plugins>

     </build>

   </profile>

</profiles>

Is there anything else needs to be done in POM file to reflect the changes in Felix Console?

1 Accepted Solution

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

This is expected behaviour and there is nothing wrong with it.  For details please see:

[SLING-4747] Installer does not consistently update bundle location in Webconsole - ASF JIRA

Jörg

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Level 10

Nothing else need to be done. Try uninstalling and rebuilding with a new Maven Archetype project and specify the correct input values when specifying input values for the Maven Archetype project. Then deploy the new OSGi bundle.

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Level 3

By uninstalling, you mean try deleting/uninstalling it from felix Console manually and then run mvn command again to install it with updated version number?

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

This is expected behaviour and there is nothing wrong with it.  For details please see:

[SLING-4747] Installer does not consistently update bundle location in Webconsole - ASF JIRA

Jörg