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From "n. alex rupp" <rupp0...@umn.edu>
Subject Re: JMX Management Console
Date Wed, 03 Sep 2003 06:32:45 GMT
Matt,

One of the best places to learn the basics of JMX is Juha Lindfors' book
"Managing J2EE with Java Managment Extensions".  The JMX specification is
also the best, most definitive reference of what JMX is, but OReilly's got a
good book out which covers it in more depth (and is more recent than Juha's
book).  Juha's is still a great reference, though.

You might also consider joining Sun's JMX-Discuss list and the MX4J-devel
list at MX4J's sourceforge project.

Hope this helps out, man : )

--
N. Alex Rupp (n_alex_rupp@users.sf.net)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Matt Kurjanowicz" <mkurjano@cc.gatech.edu>
To: <geronimo-dev@incubator.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2003 10:00 PM
Subject: RE: JMX Management Console


> It's good to know that all this JMX stuff fits together well, and looks
> easily doable...
>
> BUT, and this is embarrassing to admit, I've lost you guys in
> converstation.  Is there any place where I can go to get basic
> documentation into all this stuff.  I'm working through the J2EE
> tutorial on the Sun website right now...is that the best place?
>
> Thanks,
> Matt
> mkurjano at cc.gatech.edu
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aaron Mulder [mailto:ammulder@alumni.princeton.edu]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 02, 2003 9:25 PM
> To: geronimo-dev@incubator.apache.org
> Subject: Re: JMX Management Console
>
> Thanks you again.  Am I right that in order to extract the
> "j2eeType" property from the String supplied by J2EEServer, we could do
> something like this:
>
> new ObjectName(name).getKeyProperty("j2eeType")
>
> Thanks,
> Aaron
>
> On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, gianny DAMOUR wrote:
> > This is a possible implementation. However, J2EEServer.getResources
> returns
> > an array of OBJECT_NAME/String identifying the available resources. A
> name
> > contains a "j2eeType" property which can be used to infer the type of
> the
> > Manageable Object.
> >
> > For instance, the names returned by J2EEServer.getResources could be:
> >
> geronimo.j2ee.management:j2eeType=JDBCResource,name=Oracle,J2EEServer=se
> rver
> >
> geronimo.j2ee.management:j2eeType=JMSResource,name=OpenJMS,J2EEServer=se
> rver
> >
> > By using the value of the j2eeType property, one knows that the first
> one is
> > a JDBCResource and the second one is JMSResource.
>
>



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