3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 7, 2002 4:08 PM by Juha Lindfors

    JBossMX usage with other app servers

    Madhusudan Chaganthi Newbie

      Hi

      Has anyone been working on using JBossMX (especially XMBean) with other application servers?

      Thanks
      Madhu

        • 1. Re: JBossMX usage with other app servers
          Adrian Brock Master

          Why would we want to work on other app servers?
          We are busy enough working on JBoss :-p

          Regards,
          Adrian

          • 2. Re: JBossMX usage with other app servers
            Madhusudan Chaganthi Newbie

            I didnt mean to direct that question towards those working in the trenches.
            ;-)


            I am reading up the JMX book (which is awesome by the way) and I am very interested in using XMBeans in our shop.

            I am sure there are folks out here who are playing with more than one app server. I wanted to know if any of them could put JBossMX to use in an application server other than JBoss itself.

            If anyone wants to replace RI with JBossMX, they might want to hear some success stories.

            Once I get somewhere with this, I will post my experiences here.

            Thanks
            Madhu

            • 3. Re: JBossMX usage with other app servers
              Juha Lindfors Master

              > I am reading up the JMX book (which is awesome by the
              > way) and I am very interested in using XMBeans in our
              > shop.
              >
              > I am sure there are folks out here who are playing
              > with more than one app server. I wanted to know if
              > any of them could put JBossMX to use in an
              > application server other than JBoss itself.

              yes this should be possible (that's why we provide the standalone MX version)

              The code in the book was developed on Sun RI and IBM tivoli implementations, should work on all JMX compliant implementations.

              we will package the JBossMX XMBean implementation as a separate component, and make it available to all JMX compliant implementations as well

              > If anyone wants to replace RI with JBossMX, they
              > might want to hear some success stories.

              Jboss replaced RI with JBossMX... that's a success story, no? ;-)


              -- Juha