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From Ziggy <zigg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Accessing context information remotely - Context.getAvailable() etc.
Date Thu, 06 Jan 2011 19:06:50 GMT
Well it is a little complicated but the main reasons are

- The majority of the tools i have looked at require that the "tool" run
inside Tomcat which is where my application will also be running. This is a
problem because if Tomcat itself is not available then i cant monitor
anything
- It will be quicker for me to produce something quicker myself than it will
be to convince my boss to authorise an open source tool for a project that
is not supposed to be accessed by external users.

Thanks

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 6:58 PM, Kees Jan Koster <kjkoster@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Ziggy,
>
> > I was looking at the above for the above information as i am working on a
> > client tool that tries to find out this exact information. The tool i am
> > using connects to Tomcat via JMX but i am not sure if i can get the same
> > information via JMX. Can i access the Context class? or is there any
> other
> > way (Mbeans?) i can check if a context is running via JMX?
>
> You can get the same information using JMX. That's how Java-monitor.com
> does it. :)
>
> Why are you making a tool to get this information? There are loads of tools
> out there.
> --
> Kees Jan
>
> http://java-monitor.com/
> kjkoster@kjkoster.org
> 06-51838192
>
> Change is good. Granted, it is good in retrospect, but change is good.
>
>
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