BUILD_PROBLEM, DEF_FIN_ON_FAIL, FIN_ON_FAIL, PHASE, REAL_CFG_ID, REAL_SOURCE, WORKER_PROBLEM
ABORT, ACTION_ABORTED, ACTION_CANCELED, ACTION_OK, actionManager, CANCEL, QUEUE, REJECT
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Make configurations for the given set of controllers based on the supplied baseConfiguration.
Unless overridden this method calls
doAction, doSerialAction, getAction, getFinishOnFail, getNewAction, getPhase, getResponse, getResponse, getWorkers, handleWorkerPaused, handleWorkerReport, handleWorkerRunning, handleWorkerScheduled, hasNextPhase, incrementAndGetPhase, incrementPhase, localDoAction, makeCCPair, makeConfig, makeConfig, oneDone
abort, addTAB, cancel, disableLogging, doAbort, doCancel, doCanRun, doGet, doInit, doPause, doRemove, doResume, doRunning, doSet, doSetDebugLevel, doShutdown, doStartup, doSubmit, doUninit, enableLogging, get, getContainer, getContainerName, getDebugLevel, getHealth, getHostName, getLanguage, getName, getStatus, getToolBoxAdmin, getTraceConfigLifecycle, init, isInterlocked, isLoggingEnabled, isSimulated, lowerInterlockFlag, markAsSimulated, pause, raiseInterlockFlag, remove, report, report, resume, set, setContainer, setDebugLevel, setShutdownFlag, setTraceConfigLifecycle, shutdown, startup, submit, submit, uninit, unmapName, waitForShutdown
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
protected java.util.Collection<CCPair> makeAllConfigs(IConfiguration baseConfig, java.lang.Iterable<IController> controllers)
ManagementController.makeCCPair(IConfiguration, IController)for each controller in the set of controllers that this manager is responsible for. The collection of CCPairs returned by this method will then be processed in the order returned by the collection's iterator. That means that if you use an ordered collection (e.g. Vector) you can ensure that the worker configurations are submitted in the order that they appear. This likely doesn't matter with a single worker only receiving a single configuration but if you were to have multiple configurations for a single worker...
baseConfig- The base configuration that all other configuration should be based on.
controllers- The set of controllers who will carry out the configurations.