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From "Sergey Beryozkin" <>
Subject Re: JMX - JAX-RS multiple service beans - only one is managed
Date Mon, 30 Nov 2009 16:05:46 GMT
Hi Paul

I'm not entirely sure yet that introducing a shared Operation interface is how
CXF-2541 will be fixed, but unless other ideas emerge then we will proceed with the shared
interface ...Either way CXF-2541 will 
need to be fixed for the next release (CXF 2.2.6) which will let users see statistcis for
individual operations...

I'm still not sure though how to approach the issue with multiple root resources. At the moment
there's one to one correspondence 
between a CXF Service instance and a jaxrs:server endpoint. irrespectively of how many root
resources the latter contains. The QName 
of this service is a syntesized QName of the first root resource. This is misleading so I
will probably add a serviceQName attribute 
to jaxrs:server to avoid the confusion...Still not sure though how to ensure users can see
per-resource statictics with individual 
resources attached to a single jaxrs:server endpoint - will need to investigate and may be
introduce a JAXRS specific JMX 
interceptor which will add few extra beans to the tree...

cheers, Sergey

Hi Sergey
Do you think any of the CXF-2541 enhancements will make it into the next
Just trying to ascertain timescales - with view to either waiting for
these enhancements, or coding enhanced JAX-RS, JMX monitoring into my
app myself.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sergey Beryozkin []
Sent: 27 November 2009 16:52
Subject: Re: JMS - JAX-RS multiple service beans - only one is managed

Hi Paul

Please see comments inline with S.B.

I have setup JMX monitoring for my CXF JAX-RS endpoint.
I have a couple of questions.

1. I have two service beans configured for one rest server:
    <jaxrs:server id="mpcRestServer" address="/">
            <ref bean="myRestServer1"/>
            <ref bean="myRestServer2"/>
            <ref bean="jsonProvider"/>
            <ref bean="atomFeedProvider"/>
            <ref bean="atomEntryProvider"/>
            <ref bean="stringListProvider"/>
However, when I connect to the mbean server with jconsole, only the
first service bean listed is being monitored.
Is there something else I need to configure to make this happen or is it
a bug?

> S.B. It may be qualified as a bug, but the thing is a jaxrs:server is
seen as a single Service at the moment, irrespective of how
> many resource classes are involed...I'm not sure yet whether it will
be feasible to register two CXF services in this case, one
> per each root resource bean.

2. Only counters on the servicebean are being monitored. There seems to
be no monitoring on jax-rs operations.
Do I need to annotate the operations individually  - if so do you have
any examples?

> S.B
Please see, we're
discussing with Cyrille how to fix it...
I'm also going to look into the monitoring for multiple root beans issue

thanks, Sergey

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