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From Richard Hirsch <>
Subject Re: JMX code and scala-stats
Date Fri, 23 Oct 2009 07:58:06 GMT

>The http adaptor is under a propriatary sun license

Can you include a link to HTTP adaptor?


On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 9:54 AM, Andy the destroyer
<> wrote:
> I will attach the patch in the morning when I get back to work. I already
> made sure the code worked with dpp's code. I used the http adaptor
> specifically for stax because I knew it would work. The http adaptor is
> under a propriatary sun license.. it might be cool, it might not but it is a
> temp solution.
> -Andy
> On Oct 22, 2009 9:14 PM, "Richard Hirsch" <> wrote:
> @Andy - you've got to attach the patch to Jira item. For some reasons,
> attachments always disappear in mails sent to this list and I need IP
> clearance before I can use the code.
>>>This also would remove a dependency and two maven repositories, which is
> always a good thing in m...
> I agree
>>>2. The java agent I used to enable connecting remotely is from sun, which
> I believe has license i...
> What sort of issues?
>>>It also works over HTTP which is probably not the protocol we want. I
> usually use RMI, but the HT...
> HTTP is probably better in the Stax environment, because I don't know
> if Stax allows direct RMI access.  Is there some sort of authorization
> necessary to access the data? Once it is up and running, we could
> publish the URL and let people take a look at it. However, I think you
> are right about using other protocols. I don't know whether existing
> JMX tools can also use HTTP.
> You may want to look at your patch to see if it is still valid. David
> did a major commit last night (dealing with Lift actors)  and you
> might have to change things a bit on your side.
> D.
> On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 2:50 AM, Andy the destroyer
> <> wrote: > Okay.. I have a version with stats and
> jmx code you can deploy...

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