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From "Amy Roh" <amy...@apache.org>
Subject Re: mappingObject for j2eeType=WebModule
Date Fri, 25 Apr 2003 04:21:22 GMT
> Weird. It works for me - are you using standalone or embeded ?
>
> BTW, I assume you know that you can start the jmx console by placing
> jmxtools.jar in server/lib and adding a line with "mx.port=XXX" to
> jk2.properties - that may help debugging. ( in embed it's started anyway,
> but you still need to copy jmxtools in lib ).
>
> From your description - it seems mbeans-descriptors.xml wasn't loaded
> correctly, and the attributes you see are from introspection.

Yeah, they're introspected attributes from the descriptions.  How come
they're not getting loaded property? hmmm

Thanks,
Amy
>
> Costin
>
>
>
> Amy Roh wrote:
>
> > I'm getting javax.management.AttributeNotFoundException for
> > "mappingObject" from MapperListener.
> >
> > When I print out all the attributes for the mbean, I get the following.
> >
> > How come mappingObject isn't one of them?
> >
> > modelerType
> > lazy
> > iD
> > j2EEServer
> > crossContext
> > tldScanTime
> > responseCTForHeaders
> > welcomeFiles
> > resourceLinks
> > startupTime
> > name
> > reloadable
> > hostname
> > valveObjectNames
> > domain
> > mapperClass
> > sessionTimeout
> > children
> > servlets
> > replaceWelcomeFiles
> > defaultWebXml
> > useNaming
> > resourceNames
> > engineName
> > filesystemBased
> > debug
> > environments
> > swallowOutput
> > priviledged
> > j2EEApplication
> > configured
> > compilerClasspath
> > available
> > displayName
> > wrapperClass
> > containerSuffix
> > altDDName
> > docBase
> > formHintField
> > cookies
> > path
> > distributable
> > cachingAllowed
> > charsetMapperClass
> > publicId
> > objectName
> > deploymentDescriptor
> > override
> > info
> > parentName
> > workDir
> > configFile
> > type
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Amy
>
>
>
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