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Accessing an MBean using JMX & JConsole?

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I have created an MBean and was wondering how exactly I go about hooking up JMX so that I can use JConsole to access this MBean?

Any tutorials etc.

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see the following

http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jmx/mbeans/standard.html

the steps to hooking it all up are at the bottom
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