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  • JMX 1.0 support

    Hi,

    From what I have seen in the documentation, it's possible to create proxies to remote MBeans via the MBeanProxyFactoryBean class. Does Spring provide a similar Proxy factory for JMX 1.0 MBean servers ? I need to access remote Mbeans on Weblogic server 8.1 and JMX 1.0 is really cumbersome.

    Thanks,
    bengali.

  • #2
    I don't think it was ever tried but you can be the first . JMX 1.0 is a really old specification as you now and there are quite a lot of improvements inside 1.2 that should be considered. I worked with 1.0 and some things were unclear that why a lot of vendors added their own extensions in 1.0.

    I think the best approach would be to see the differences between 1.0 and 1.2 - run the tests and do a simple test application against 1.0 and see how it works. If you can isolate the changes and post them somewhere, someone (me) might work on support for 1.0

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    • #3
      Proxy-based access to JMX 1.0 resources was explicitly *not* supported because of the age of the specification. If enough people are interested in this I will consider adding it to the framework.

      Regards,

      Rob

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      • #4
        Originally posted by costin
        I don't think it was ever tried but you can be the first . JMX 1.0 is a really old specification as you now and there are quite a lot of improvements inside 1.2 that should be considered.
        I know it's old but that's the version of the not so old Weblogic server 8.1. And I didn't want to use Weblogic's proprietary proxies.
        I finally managed to create JDK dynamic proxies to remote MBeans using the "JdkJmxObjectProxyFactory" of an old Spring version ;-)

        Thanks
        bengali

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