1 Reply Latest reply on May 10, 2002 11:00 PM by Adrian Brock

    Whats the difference between jmxri.jar, jboss-jmx-core.jar .

    Ritesh Newbie

      Hi,

      Can anyone tell me whats the difference/significance of these jmx related jars that are included in jboss and if they are pretty much independent or not?

      1. jmxri.jar
      2. jboss-jmx-core.jar
      3. jboss-jmx-services.jar
      4. JbossMX.jar ?

      Thanks.

      Ritesh

        • 1. Re: Whats the difference between jmxri.jar, jboss-jmx-core.j
          Adrian Brock Master

          Hi,

          jmxri.jar is Sun's reference implementation of jmx1.0
          the only reason this is included with JBoss is because
          Sun's HTML apadter requires some debug classes from this
          jar.
          Sun's reference implementation is a bit buggy,
          look at the JBossMX testsuite, jmxri fails more than
          40 tests :-(
          jboss-jmx.jar (point 4) is our implementation. Much better :-)
          jboss-jmx.jar = jboss-jmx-core.jar + jboss-jmx-services.jar

          jboss-jmx-core.jar is our implementation minus "optional" services. The spec doesn't regard them as optional.

          jboss-jmx-services.jar are the "optional" services.

          Regards,
          Adrian