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From Joe Bohn <joe.b...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: geronimo console features
Date Fri, 14 Oct 2005 16:40:29 GMT
There are several things that we could do here:
1)  Keep and extend the debug console as noted below.
2)  Eliminate it completely (possibly integrating the essential portions 
into the web console.
3)  Integrate it completely into the web console in it's own "area" of 
the navigation.  This could be completely hidden from the average 
application administrator when we have extended the console with role 
based filtering and permissions.

I prefer #2 & #3 over 1 because it seems confusing to have multiple 
consoles and there will be some overlap between them.  I'm also inclined 
toward #3 rather than #2 because I don't yet have a user perspective on 
how critical it is to have all of the current debug capability at the 
MBean level.

However, for release 1 this it might be too ambitious to rewrite the 
debug console into portlets and extend it with new capabilities in the 
proposed time frame (especially since there appear to be more pressing 
console issues to be resolved).  Perhaps the best approach for release 1 
is to ensure that the current capabilities are functional and nothing 
more.  Also, if we were do attempt #3 prior to including some type of 
role based filtering the average user might find the additional JMX 
functionality confusing.  Thoughts?

- Joe

simon@godik.com wrote:
> I'm working on the debug console;
> looking for requirements feedback;
> show all gbeans and dirll down to attributes and attribute info
> show configurations
> focus on selected configuration
> show wars, ears, etc
> show connection factories (jdbc, jms)
> show security realms
> basically we can show any type of object, such as web-containers, 
> servlets, etc
> operations console: perform jmx operations
> 
> Simon
> 

-- 
Joe Bohn
joe.bohn@earthlink.net

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep, to gain what he cannot 
lose."   -- Jim Elliot

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