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Subject [Jakarta HiveMind Wiki] New: JmxPreview
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2004 14:05:18 GMT
   Date: 2004-12-03T06:05:17
   Editor: AchimHuegen <>
   Wiki: Jakarta HiveMind Wiki
   Page: JmxPreview

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New Page:

AchimHuegen, Dezember 3 2004

This page describes an HiveMind extension for support of the Java Management Extension (JMX).

= Where to find =
I have a server up and running where you can get an idea of what the jmx code can do.
There are two ways of accessing the server.
1. Point your browser to : xx.xx.xx.xx:8090/jmx
This uses MX4J HttpAdaptor for rendering the management info, but I wouldn't recommend this
because MX4J doesn't support tabular data, graphs or a hierarchical display of the mbeans.
2. My favorite: Get Suns JDK 1.5 and start jconsole.
Change to the advanced tab and enter ........ as address.
JConsole displays the mbeans in a package like tree structure, supports graphs for numerical
attributes but has some shortcomings concerning hyperlinks and multiline text attributes.

= What you get =
This description is for jconsole

== Metadata ==
You can explore all service points, configuration points and schemas defined in the hivemind
Look for the mbeans of type 'servicePoint', 'configurationPoint' and guess it 'schema'.
This is similar to the information that is created by hivedoc with some bonus:
For example a service point mbean of a service that uses BuilderFactory for creation contains
the following data:
 * Service implementation class
 * Visibility
 * Names and values of all properties set during construction. The list contains autowired
properties and marks them as autowired
 * The Constructor used 
 * parameter values of constructor call

You can find the tabular data (e.g. properties values) by double clicking the bold attribute

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