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via Atlassian JIRA by Thiago Ribeiro [Atlassian], 2 years ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
via atlassian.com by Unknown author, 2 years ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
via Atlassian JIRA by Thiago Ribeiro [Atlassian], 1 year ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
via Atlassian JIRA by Matt "Spuddy" Quail, 1 year ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
via Atlassian JIRA by Matt "Spuddy" Quail, 2 years ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
via Atlassian JIRA by Taiwo Akindele, 2 months ago
Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Method invoked on module descriptor after it was destroyed. This is only legal for some methods on AbstractModuleDescriptor.	at com.atlassian.multitenant.plugins.MultiTenantModuleDescriptorFactory$LifecycleInterceptor$TenantInterceptor.intercept(MultiTenantModuleDescriptorFactory.java:342)	at com.atlassian.jira.plugin.webwork.WebworkModuleDescriptor$$EnhancerByCGLIB$$c9708a51.getImpl()	at webwork.config.DelegatingConfiguration.getImpl(DelegatingConfiguration.java:50)