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Subject [Jakarta HiveMind Wiki] Updated: JmxDoc
Date Sun, 27 Feb 2005 12:48:00 GMT
   Date: 2005-02-27T04:48:00
   Editor: AchimHuegen
   Wiki: Jakarta HiveMind Wiki
   Page: JmxDoc
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-hivemind/JmxDoc

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@@ -1,19 +1,21 @@
 AchimHuegen, Feb 26 2005
 
 This page describes HiveMinds support for the Java Management Extension (JMX).
-JMX support is not currently available in the official 1.1 release but hopefully
-will be include soon.
+JMX support is not currently available in the official 1.1 alpha release but hopefully
+will be included soon.
 
 = How to get started =
 
 Ok, you want to build in jmx support in your HiveMind application.
 Actually there are two topics to talk about now:
- * How to connect to the application?
- * What to manage?
+ * How do you want to connect to the application?
+ * What do you want to manage?
 
-But for the impatient ones, that just want to get up anything to play with 
-here are some quick start instructions:
+For the impatient ones, that just want to get up anything to play with 
+here are some [#QuickStart quick start instructions].
+For a more complete introduction read on [#Intro here]
 
+[[Anchor(QuickStart)]]
 == J2SE 1.4 / Tomcat 5.0.x - Quickstart ==
 
 Add these lines to your (web) application's hivemind descriptor:
@@ -34,10 +36,11 @@
 
 }}}
 
-Ensure that mx4j.jar and mx-tools.jar (mx4j 2.0.1) and log4j.jar are include in the classpath
of your application. Start your application/tomcat and enter http://localhost:9000 in your
browser. Read on [#QuickStartResults here]
+Ensure that mx4j.jar and mx-tools.jar (mx4j 2.0.1) and log4j.jar are included in the classpath
of your application. Start your application/tomcat and enter http://localhost:9000 in your
browser. Read on [#QuickStartResults here]
 
 == J2SE 1.5 - Quickstart ==
 
+J2SE 1.5 already includes jmx support and brings along a management console (jconsole).
 Add these lines to your application's hivemind descriptor:
 
 {{{
@@ -67,7 +70,27 @@
 You can change the log level (priority) and add appenders without restarting 
 the application.
 
-= Details =
+[[Anchor(Intro)]]
+= Introduction =
+
+== MBean Server ==
+
+First of all you will need a running MBean Server in your application. Since JMX 1.2 there
is a standardized factory for finding running servers and starting new ones.
+HiveMind first tries to find a running server. This could be provided by an application server
or servlet engine (like Tomcat 5) or your J2SE 1.5 runtime environment.
+
+{{{
+  <contribution configuration-id="hivemind.EagerLoad">
+    <load service-id="hivemind.management.MBeanRegistry"/>
+  </contribution>
+}}}
+
+== Connectors ==
+
+There are different ways to connect to a jmx enabled application. HiveMind offers preconfigured
support for HTML and JSR 160 connectors.
+
+== HTML Connector ==
+
+
 
 == Export services as MBeans ==
 

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