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From "Matt Kurjanowicz" <>
Subject RE: [newbie] JMX Console - where to start?
Date Mon, 01 Sep 2003 21:55:23 GMT
Stepping back makes sense...
At the most basic level, I think we would need:
* start/stop/restart/kill server
* start/stop individual components (?)
* add/remove components (?)
* check status of server/individual components
* list/start/stop services

>From there, I think we would need to build some more advanced
* Change configuration of server on the fly
* List configuration (? - basic?)
* Manage (in more depth than start/stop/list)/Configure Services

I think this is a really restricted list, and just takes into account
the most basic items.  As far as how to implement this functionality, a
command line interface would be nice and simple for the simpler tasks,
but it would be a little more difficult to say, configure the server
using a command line versus using a web/swing type framework.

mkurjano at

P.S> Where in the Wiki would a page about this go?

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron Mulder [] 
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 4:54 PM
Subject: RE: [newbie] JMX Console - where to start?

	Twiddle is the command line framework I'm referring to.  If you
look at o.a.g.command.StartCommand (in the core module), you'll see how
construct a command to tke advantage of it.

	But perhaps it would be best to step back a sec and start at the

top.  Shall we start a Wiki page on the topic, and assemble a list of
functions we think the JMX console should have?  It might help to talk 
through the functionality we're going for, and then see what that
when it comes to the implementation.


On Mon, 1 Sep 2003, Matt Kurjanowicz wrote:
> As far as which angle (command line, web, etc.), I'm interested in any
> of those.  Is Twiddle what you are talking about on the command line?
> Expanding the Tomcat code sounds like a really interesting idea, but
> not familiar with the code behind it.
> I am not completely familiar with JMX and JSR -77 and -88, but I am
> definitely willing to learn.  To be completely honest, I'm really new
> J2EE stuff, but have lots of time and willingness to learn, so I've
> playing around with different J2EE components, but nothing spectacular
> so far.

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