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  1. JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
  2. JBEAP-15051

[GSS](7.1.z) Folder Access Denied on deletion of deployment folder contain folders within folders

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: 7.1.2.GA
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Web (Undertow)
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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1) Install EAP 7.1.2 on Windows Server 2012

      2) Create following following Folder structure:

      Case 1) Folder structure

      jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test.war----> test1 (empty folder)
                                                    |
                                                   ----> test2 (empty folder)  
      

      Case 2) Folder structure:

      jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test2.war--> test1 -->test2 (contain index.html) 
      

      Case 3) Folder structure:

      jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test3.war--> test1 -->test2 --> test3 (contain index.html)
      

      3) Create the test.war.deployed, test2.war.deployed and test3.war.deployed file in <EAP_HOME>\standalone\deployments\
      4) Started EAP service via command line

      Result:

      In Case 1 the error was seen on deleting the test.war folder. Note that deleting individual test1 and test2 folder was successful

      In Case 2 the error was seen on deleting the test2.war and test1 folder. Note that when deleting test2 folder was successful

      In Case 3 the error was seen on deleting the test3.war,test1, and test2 folder Note that when deleting test3 folder deletion was successful

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      1) Install EAP 7.1.2 on Windows Server 2012 2) Create following following Folder structure: Case 1) Folder structure jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test.war----> test1 (empty folder) | ----> test2 (empty folder) Case 2) Folder structure: jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test2.war--> test1 -->test2 (contain index.html) Case 3) Folder structure: jboss -> standalone -> deployments-> test3.war--> test1 -->test2 --> test3 (contain index.html) 3) Create the test.war.deployed, test2.war.deployed and test3.war.deployed file in <EAP_HOME>\standalone\deployments\ 4) Started EAP service via command line Result: In Case 1 the error was seen on deleting the test.war folder. Note that deleting individual test1 and test2 folder was successful In Case 2 the error was seen on deleting the test2.war and test1 folder. Note that when deleting test2 folder was successful In Case 3 the error was seen on deleting the test3.war,test1, and test2 folder Note that when deleting test3 folder deletion was successful
    • Workaround:
      Workaround Exists
    • Workaround Description:
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      Use "Shift + Delete" instead of "Delete".

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      Use "Shift + Delete" instead of "Delete".

      Description

      When customer is deleting/rename a deployment folder containing folder within multiple subfolder depth, Windows is throwing the following message:

      Folder Access Denied
      You need permission to perform this action
      You require permission from Administrator to make changes to this folder

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                • Assignee:
                  michpetrov Michal Petrov
                  Reporter:
                  hung.pham Hung Pham
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