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Posted on 2006-06-16
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We are using JMX-Console to monitor the queues on our server. Well, it's seen under the MBEAN tab.
However, I would like to have my monitoring of queues to be seen not on the jmx-console. Is there a way or a file that is being read by the JMX-Console to monitor queues?
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JMX console is simply using the JMX standard.  There is no file involved - JMX is self describing.

 - Your console connects to an MBean Server running in your application
 - your MBean server replies with a list of things that can be managed (MBeans)
 -   and a list of operations that you can perform on each MBean
 - Your console can then manage whatever beans you like

So, an intelligent console can just discover what it can do dynamically.

Andrew

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Well, if it is not file based, what about in the memory? Just a bit curious. :)
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That depends on the implementation of your queue software.
It will hold a representation of a queue and it will "advertise" details of that to an MBean Server.
For details of how that is done, you need to speak to whoever implements the queue software.  It's a feature of what they have done, not a feature of JMX itself.
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But the thing is, the programmer doesn't know...well, he can't directly answer my questions...hehe! THanks anyway...
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