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From Dain Sundstrom <>
Subject Re: [Q:] JMX implementation, adaptors
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2003 14:14:00 GMT
On Wednesday, September 17, 2003, at 12:06 AM, gianny DAMOUR wrote:

>> 1) Are we using the mx4j implementation of JMX?
> Yes.
>> 2) Are we using JRMP over RMI for remote access to the MBeans (i.e., a
>> JRMP over RMI adaptor for JMX)?
> Just right now, the JRMP adaptor of MX4J is leverage in order to be 
> able to use MC4J. The adaptor is mounted during the boot of Geronimo. 
> You can have a look to the boot-service.xml.

For now yes, but the new approach is the remoting framework.

>> 3) Are we moving to IIOP over RMI, and if we do, are we still keeping
>> JRMP over RMI?
> AFAIK, a compliant application server MUST support RMI over IIOP. 
> Nevertheless, I am not sure if this requirement is to be applied to 
> JMX adaptors.

I don't think IIOP will be used for anything other then passing the TCK.


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