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From Aaron Mulder <>
Subject Re: [newbie] JMX Console - where to start?
Date Mon, 01 Sep 2003 20:29:49 GMT
	There is a bit of code in place already for a command-line
interface, which could be used to implement command-line JMX management
for Geronimo (indeed, there's already a sample command that starts the
server).  If you'd like pursue the command-line angle, I can give you some
more detail.

	I believe there was talk of extending the Tomcat 5 web UI for JMX 
management for Geronimo, if you're interested in the web angle.  There is 
also some OpenEJB code that could be drawn on here.  I know little about 
either, but there are others on the list who could certainly tell you 

	If you're thinking of a Swing sort of management console, I don't 
think anything concrete has even been proposed.

	In any case, are you familiar with JMX, JSR-77, and JSR-88


P.S. No design specs as such, though there are occasional formulated ideas 
in the mail archive and/or the Wiki.  This is not to say a more organized 
approach to design would be turned down.

On Mon, 1 Sep 2003, Matt Kurjanowicz wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm really interested in getting involved, and have been reading the
> mailing list and looking thru the code for a little while, and now I'm
> itching to get my hands dirty.
> I'd really like to get involved in the JMX management console.  Where is
> a good place to start?  Has there been any code written for it yet?  How
> about any design specs?  If so, where can I find these? And if not, does
> anyone have any ideas in there head of what it should encompass that
> they're willing to throw out there?
> Thanks,
> Matt Kurjanowicz

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