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Gives readers the skills needed to create management and instrumentation applications to control both J2EE and non-J2EE applications.
Contains not only the API details, but also practical, hands-on examples that show developers how to create instrumentation layers and management agents for both J2EE and stand alone applications.
Part I: Getting Started with JMX Programming.
Chapter 1: Managing Applications and Networks.
Chapter 2: Inspecting the JMX Architecture.
Chapter 3: Writing Your First JMX Application.
Part II: Using the Instrumentation Layer.
Chapter 4: Working with Standard Mbeans.
Chapter 5: Using Dynamic MBeans.
Chapter 6: Open and Model Mbeans.
Chapter 7: Building MBean Relations.
Part III: Implementing the Agent Layer.
Chapter 8: Understanding the MBean Server.
Chapter 9: Using MBean Server Query Facilities.
Chapter 10: Using Monitoring and Timer Facilities.
Chapter 11: Working with JMX Notifications.
Chapter 12: Protocol Adapters and Connectors.
Part IV: Programming JMX.
Chapter 13: Monitoring Hardware with JMX.
Chapter 14: Managing Servers Remotely.
Chapter 15: Managing J2EE Components.
Appendix A: JMX Resources.
Appendix B: JMX Exceptions.
Appendix C: JMX Tracing and Debugging.
Appendix D: UML Quick Reference.
Posted September 1, 2002
I learned some from this book But, the book reviews current information, from the web, and what BEA WebLogic has already, nothing new. I would wait till a book come out with more examples and etc.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.