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Re: [oscar] Trouble with cleaning up on bundle stopping


I am currently a little confused. Looking at the Oscar.getDataFile()
method, it checks to see if the bundle is not equal to ACTIVE, STARTING,
OR STOPPING. If it is not equal to any of these states, then it throws
the exception that you mention. If your stop() method is being called,
then your bundle should be in the STOPPING state, so it should be able to 
access its file area.

Perhaps I am missing something. I will try to create a test case and see
what happens for me. I will respond shortly.

-> richard

On Sat, 03 Jul 2004 20:16:07 +0200 Stefano Lenzi wrote:

> Hi,
>     I've a bundle that write temp file, and I want to delete them in 
> Activator.stop, but it result in error:
> "Only Active Bundle can mange files"
>  - Is it normal?
>  - I want to delete them without using other bundle that are listening 
> to BundleEvent..
>  - Can you help me?
> Than u!
> P.S.: We the bundle we speaking about is an implementation of UPnP Base 
> Driver, that I and a friend of mine are writing

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