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The SessionPool Relation 7. All about MBeans 9. Kreger, W. The Monitor MBean 6. Canonical Usage Pattern 6. MBeanServer, including the MBean registry and object naming scheme, the generic MBean interface, and the query mechanism. Notifications and Logging 9. Spring par la pratique. He is a member of the current JMX expert group. The Management Interface 3. MBeanServer Query Methods 5.
General References Bibliography Notes 2. Registration by MBeanServer Bootstrap 9. Building Manageable Systems is the definitive guide to JMX, combining an introduction to the technology with extensive coverage that will make this book a favorite reference.
Web Service Management through the Execution Environment As JMX is increasingly accepted into the fields of embedded systems, enterprise systems, and telephony, it is clear that all Java developers will encounter JMX before long. JMX Agent Services 7. Why Invest in Management? Activating the Apache MBean 3. Facades for Distributed Applications 9.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Applications as MBeans 9. The ModelMBean Interface 4. Managed Resource Responsibilities 1. Stats Interface Details This systemd acts as a guide to JMX, combining an introduction to the technology along with explanations on how to develop the management requirements and apply JMX to them.
Timer Notification Operations 7. Incorporating an MBeanServer 2. Creating and Configuring the Monitor 6. Connector Client Factory 7.
Java? and JMX : Building Manageable Systems
Java™ and JMX: Building Manageable Systems