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From Jean-Francois Arcand <>
Subject Re: Using JMX to talk to TC5
Date Sat, 25 Oct 2003 18:27:28 GMT

Sriram N wrote:

>I had once developed a GUI that used the Tomcat code TC 4.0.1 to deliver a
>Swing UI that is functionally similar to IBM's Websphere GUI Console in a
>limited sort of way. I'd referred to Embedded's main(), to learn how to create
>Contexts, Connectors, etc, and create these as required within my Swing
>application (MVC style design). 
>I'm now working on porting the code to make use of TC5.
>Could someone please advice me on:
>1. What is the paradigm in TC5/JMX ?
>Do I need to register with some central object that notifies me about TC5
>events such as Context creation, failures, etc?
First download:

>2. Could I connect to the TC5 objects via JMX and make changes to them ?
Yes, you can. Take a look at the admin application, which use JMX to 
creates Tomcat 5 objects.

-- Jeanfrancois

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>download and read.
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