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From "Jaco Gillman" <jaco.gill...@t-systems.co.za>
Subject JMX TimerMBean & Tomcat
Date Tue, 29 May 2007 15:09:47 GMT
To Whom It May Concern:

 

I am currently having some issues with implementing a TimerMBean for
scheduling on a Tomcat instance. Basically I want to be able to have a
properties file of configurations for a scheduler that cleans up a
cached folder in our application and I was investigating the possibility
of using the TimerMBean for this. I have by now used Google to search on
this topic and I am fairly confident in saying that not a lot of people
have used MBeans (and more specific TimerMBeans) in a Tomcat instance.
Or is there another (beter) solution for getting what I have described? 

 

Is there any possibility that you can help me?

 
Any help would be much appreciated.

 

 

Kind Regards

 

Jaco Gillman

 

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