1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 14, 2004 4:36 AM by Adrian Brock

    JRMPInvokerProxyFactory

    tux Newbie

       

      "tux" wrote:
      "tux" wrote:

      What would I do?
      I want to integrate a interceptor on the client side. I thought when I implement my own interceptor in the JRMPInvokerProxy-xml file this will
      be use. But nothing happens.
      I think the JRMPInvoker use the JRMPInvokerProxy, but when I undeploy
      the "jmx-invoker-adaptor-server.sar" nothing happens. The RMI call works.
      What does the JRMPInvokerProxy do? How can I implement a interceptor on the client side to become the response time for each method?
      Thank you for help.


        • 1. Re: JRMPInvokerProxyFactory
          Adrian Brock Master

           

          "tux" wrote:

          What would I do?
          I want to integrate a interceptor on the client side. I thought when I implement my own interceptor in the JRMPInvokerProxy-xml file this will
          be use. But nothing happens.


          What JRMPInvokerProxy-xml? An MBean deployment must end -service.xml

          "tux" wrote:

          I think the JRMPInvoker use the JRMPInvokerProxy, but when I undeploy
          the "jmx-invoker-adaptor-server.sar" nothing happens. The RMI call works.


          The JRMPInvoker is configured in conf/jboss-service.xml

          "tux" wrote:

          What does the JRMPInvokerProxy do? How can I implement a interceptor on the client side to become the response time for each method?


          The JRMPProxyFactory lets you configure a client for remote MBean
          access, see chapter 2 of the admin docs for a complete description.

          You are confusing the transport JRMPInvokerProxy/JRMPInvoker
          with the configuration JRMPProxyFactory

          Regards,
          Adrian