ACTIVATE_LATER, ADMIN, DISCOVERED, FAILED, FAILED_MIGRATABLE, FAILED_NOT_RESTARTABLE, FAILED_RESTARTING, FORCE_SHUTTING_DOWN, FORCE_SUSPENDING, RESTART_REQUIRED, RESUMING, RUNNING, SERVERSTATES, SHUTDOWN, SHUTDOWN_IN_PROCESS, SHUTDOWN_PENDING, SHUTTING_DOWN, SRVR_ACTIVATE_LATER, SRVR_ADMIN, SRVR_DISCOVERED, SRVR_FAILED, SRVR_FAILED_MIGRATABLE, SRVR_FAILED_NOT_RESTARTABLE, SRVR_FAILED_RESTARTING, SRVR_FORCE_SHUTTING_DOWN, SRVR_FORCE_SUSPENDING, SRVR_RESUMING, SRVR_RUNNING, SRVR_SHUTDOWN, SRVR_SHUTDOWN_IN_PROCESS, SRVR_SHUTDOWN_PENDING, SRVR_SHUTTING_DOWN, SRVR_STANDBY, SRVR_STARTING, SRVR_SUSPENDING, SRVR_UNKNOWN, STANDBY, STARTING, SUSPENDING, UNKNOWN
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This method starts the service.
getName, getVersion, halt, postConstruct, preDestroy, stop, stop
public void start() throws ServiceFailureException
This method can be called more than once but not concurrently. Here are the conditions under which start() can be called:
ServiceFailureException- service is unable to start due to an internal error condition. The service is not available if this exception is thrown. The service should cleanup its state before throwing this exception. No further callbacks will be issued after this exception is thrown.