Mule
  1. Mule
  2. MULE-4264

Connectors should check lifecycle and throw exception when attempts to send/dispatch/request are made on a stopped/stopping connector

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        Mateo Almenta Reca added a comment -

        Does this still applies after the new life cycle improvements?

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        Mateo Almenta Reca added a comment - Does this still applies after the new life cycle improvements?
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        Daniel Feist added a comment -

        This is fixed by MessageProcessor work for send/dispatch. No idea about request() though.

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        Daniel Feist added a comment - This is fixed by MessageProcessor work for send/dispatch. No idea about request() though.

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          • Assignee:
            Ross Mason
            Reporter:
            Daniel Feist
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