I looked through the source for 'console' module within JBoss using your reference, but could not find any code to display the count or any other information related to an Asynchronous JMS Queue.
I also looked through the expanded jmx-console.war folder and the related JSP and class files and could not find how to display a count either.
Forgive my ignorance, I guess I should have stated how can *I*, the developer, display the counts and any other useful information to the users of a project, so that they do not need to go to the JBoss JMX console and simply be able to look at information related to their project?
I am hoping this is not a hard thing to do!
The jmx-console is a jmx adapter.
You won't specific service information in the adapter,
it is in the services.
You don't have to use jmx-console, you can use any
adapter or the MBeanServer directly.
Read chapter2 of the admin docs.