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From Daniel Kulp <dk...@apache.org>
Subject Re: JMX instrumentation for WS-RM checked in
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2011 13:37:03 GMT
On Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:30:30 PM Aki Yoshida wrote:
> Hi,
> I checked in an implementation of JMX instrumentation for the WS-RM
> components in trunk.

This is really cool.   :-)

I added it to the new features for 2.5:
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CXF20DOC/2.5+Migration+Guide


Thanks!
Dan


> In short, RMManager and RMEndpoint objects have their instrumentation
> beans and various inspection methods into the internal states of the
> runtime artifacts such as RM source and destination sequences, the
> status of the message retransmission are exposed over these beans.
> 
> To get an idea, you can simply activate JMX for your bus configuraiton
> and use jconsole to connect to the server. If your bus activates the
> reliable messaging feature, you will see the managed RMManger entry.
> The corresponding RMEndpoint entry will be registered when the
> endpoint is used.
> 
> Most instrumentation methods are accessible from this managed
> RMEndpoint instance. For example, you can display the current state of
> a given source or destination sequence, get the list of sequences, get
> the retransmission state of those messages that are in the queue, the
> current acknowledgement range for a given sequence, etc. There is also
> a method to suspend and resume the retransmission of messages assigned
> for a specific source sequence.
> 
> There are two automatic test classes in trunk:
> ManagedRMManagerTest in rt/ws/rm verifies the registration of these
> managed RMManager and RMEndpoint beans.
> ManagedEndpointsTest in systests/ws-spec verifies the functionality of
> various methods of these beans.
> 
> These methods provided currently are the first cut. And I would like
> to get your feedback and suggestion.
> 
> Thanks.
> regards, aki
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Daniel Kulp
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