Bryan Bende created NIFI-4864:
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             Summary: Additional Resources property pointing at a directory 
won't find new JARs
                 Key: NIFI-4864
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NIFI-4864
             Project: Apache NiFi
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 1.5.0, 1.4.0, 1.3.0, 1.2.0
            Reporter: Bryan Bende


If you have a processor that has a property with 
dynamicallyModifiesClasspath(true) and you set the value to a directory, the 
resources in that directory will only be calculated when that property changes. 
This means if you added JARs to the directory later, and stopped and started 
your processor, those new JARs still won't be available. You would have to 
change the property to a new directory, or back and forth to some other 
directory, to force a recalculation.

The setProperties method in AbstractConfiguredComponent is where it looks at 
incoming property changes and determines if any were for classpath related 
properties and then calls reload accordingly.

We would need to consider the case where setProperties is never even being 
called, someone just stops and starts the processor and would want to pick up 
any new JARs added.

A possible solution might be to computer some kind of hash/fingerprint of the 
URLs each time reload is called, and then when starting the processor we could 
recompute the fingerprint and compare it to the previous one. If they are 
different then we call reload before starting the component.



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