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From "David Delbecq (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (MASSEMBLY-840) fileMode configuration is reset to 777 on subsequent fileSet
Date Thu, 01 Dec 2016 10:25:59 GMT
David Delbecq created MASSEMBLY-840:
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             Summary: fileMode configuration is reset to 777 on subsequent fileSet
                 Key: MASSEMBLY-840
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MASSEMBLY-840
             Project: Maven Assembly Plugin
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 3.0.0, 2.6
            Reporter: David Delbecq


the documentation about fileSets->fileSet->fileMode states that default is "0644". But
take the following example:

{code:xml}
		<fileSet>
			<directory>etc/</directory>
			<outputDirectory>/</outputDirectory>
			<fileMode>775</fileMode>
			<includes>
			  <include>cluster-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>database-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>diffcolors.sed</include>
			  <include>domain-master-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>domain-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>domain-slave-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>make-keystore.sh</include>
			  <include>process-getopt</include>
			</includes>
		</fileSet>
		<fileSet>
			<directory>etc/</directory>
			<outputDirectory>/</outputDirectory>
			<excludes>
			  <exclude>cluster-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>database-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>diffcolors.sed</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-master-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-slave-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>make-keystore.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>process-getopt</exclude>
			</excludes>
		</fileSet>
{code}
the files generated by this assembly receive the following permissions:
{code}
775 cluster-setup.sh
777 common.sh
775 conf
775 database-setup.sh
777 deploy.sh
775 diffcolors.sed
775 doc
775 domain-master-setup.sh
775 domain-setup.sh
775 domain-slave-setup.sh
777 fleetworks.cnf
775 make-keystore.sh
775 process-getopt
777 standalone.xml
775 template
777 undeploy.sh
{code}
if you look at files like "standalone.xml", you see it's permission is set to 0777 instead
of  0644. Now invert positions of the fileset in assembly:
{code:xml}
		<fileSet>
			<directory>etc/</directory>
			<outputDirectory>/</outputDirectory>
			<excludes>
			  <exclude>cluster-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>database-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>diffcolors.sed</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-master-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>domain-slave-setup.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>make-keystore.sh</exclude>
			  <exclude>process-getopt</exclude>
			</excludes>
		</fileSet>
		<fileSet>
			<directory>etc/</directory>
			<outputDirectory>/</outputDirectory>
			<fileMode>775</fileMode>
			<includes>
			  <include>cluster-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>database-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>diffcolors.sed</include>
			  <include>domain-master-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>domain-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>domain-slave-setup.sh</include>
			  <include>make-keystore.sh</include>
			  <include>process-getopt</include>
			</includes>
		</fileSet>
{code}
Permissions are set as follow
{code}
775 cluster-setup.sh
644 common.sh
775 conf
775 database-setup.sh
644 deploy.sh
775 diffcolors.sed
775 doc
775 domain-master-setup.sh
775 domain-setup.sh
775 domain-slave-setup.sh
644 fleetworks.cnf
775 make-keystore.sh
775 process-getopt
644 standalone.xml
775 template
644 undeploy.sh
{code}
permissions are now correct. It seems whatever fileMode i set in first fileSet, subsequent
fileSet are in fileMode 777.  If I don't specify any filemode in any fileset, second fileSet
properly gets it's default 0644 behaviour.

A workaround  is to set explicitly fileMode to 0644 in all usbsequent fileset.

This problem happens with multiple fileSet after the first one.



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