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  • JMX client using Spring Rich

    Has anyone done or seen a JMX remote client using Spring Rich?

  • #2
    Pure spring-remoting can handle being a remote JMX client as far as I know.
    Nothing spring-rich there.
    Read the book spring in action - remoting chapter.
    Or see the ref manual of spring.

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    • #3
      I was more interested in having a gui for the client. I may be thinking on a tangent here.

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      • #4
        Ah, for that part spring-rich could be handy yes
        Take a look at petclinic:
        the data it shows actually comes from a service layer, which can be on a different machine and fetched through hessian/burlap. That could be switched to httpinvoker, w3c webservices or say... jmx remoting

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        • #5
          Well... I guess I will have to make my own code for a change this time . The spring supplied samples will come in handy though. Thanks Ge0ffrey!

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          • #6
            I'm not sure what you're after, but a JMX swing client can be found at:

            http://mc4j.org/

            You may be able to extract specific components out to use in your own app. if that's what you need.

            Jonny

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