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JMX: please recommend a free HTML adaptor ?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,



I'm new to jmx and would appreciate help on the following:



Is it true that JDK 1.5 comes *without* the old HTML adpater which was in 1.4 .

And if so - could anyone please recommend some free html adaptors ?
I'm especially interested in adaptors which you've already tried in "real world" applications, and preferrable ones tha support SSL.

But any recommendation of a free adaptor would do, for starters.


Thankx very much.
 
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I don't know what gets shipped with JDK 1.5, but there's always mx4j (on SourceForge), which has an HTML adaptor as well.
 
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looks cool - thank you so much.
 
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Is it true that JDK 1.5 comes *without* the old HTML adpater which was in 1.4 .



JDK 1.5 has an JMX container that does not include the HTML adapter. However, JDK 1.4 doesn't even come with a JMX container.

I agree with Ulf, in that you could try the mx4j jmx container. The other option is to try the reference implementation.

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