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Saravanan Subramanyan
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Which is the best implementation for JMX.
Can we plugin any JMX impl inj any app server.
 
MohanaSundaram Prakasam
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1.Upto my knowledge their are only two commercial version of the JMX. One is IBM Tivoli and other is AdventNet Java Agent. They cost you but quite stable and scalable. If you were not ready to pay you can go for Sun's R.I.
2.Sure until the app-server doesn't violate J2EE spec!!!
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Saravanan Subramanyan
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Can you give me the advantages of AdventNet/IBM impl over sun RI.
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In general, Sun's reference implementation is a reference implementation, not an industrial strength implementation.
Basically that's the biggest difference. IBM has developed their product to be sold, while Sun has put up the RI to be given away for free.
 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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That's I know. I want to know the exact advantages of IBM/AdventNet Implementation. Can you just list it.
Why sun ri is not industrial strength. JBoss is by default bundle the sun ri. Then can you say JBoss is not industrial strength app server.
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MohanaSundaram Prakasam
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Dear Saravanan,
Do your homework before posting a question.Refer the following URL for further details
http://alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/TMX4J
http://www.adventnet.com
http://java.sun.com/j2ee
 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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The link you have specified is just tell the product page. I want to know the comparison report.
can you send me the link.
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MohanaSundaram Prakasam
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Rather than asking the same question again and again, U can better compile a comaprison report by Ur'self.
Note: If your broad minded you can publish it some where in the internet so that U can atlest help others!!
 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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I am in a position to select the best JMX implementation. Instead of compiling the new report after analyzing all the implementations, i want to use the already available report. I always hate the "inventing the wheel technology".
That is why i am asking.
If any one knows please help me.
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MohanaSundaram Prakasam
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A small Typo error in your post : re-inventing the wheel(U missed "re"). I end up this conversation...
 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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sorry for the typo error.
Expecting the answer for my question.
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Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Saravanan Subramanyan:
Why sun ri is not industrial strength. JBoss is by default bundle the sun ri. Then can you say JBoss is not industrial strength app server.

I just re-downloaded the Sun JMX reference implementation from java.sun.com/javamanagement and the source code contains only com.sun.* and javax.management.* packages. Where are they bundling JBoss?
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:

...from java.sun.com/javamanagement...

Sorry, http://java.sun.com/products/javamanagement.
 
Saravanan Subramanyan
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Sorry you misunderstood.
I say Sun RI is bundled inside the JBoss, not JBoss RI is bundled inside the sun jmx.
Is it clear now.
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Ah. I think I've underestimated the Sun JMX RI - if JBoss is using the RI instead of making their own, then it must be at least decent...
But wait, if you check out the JBoss distribution's jboss-jmx.jar contents, you can see that there is (for example) org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl, which is a part of the "JBoss implementation for standard JMX API". Sure JBoss uses some of the RI classes (and all required interfaces of course), but I wouldn't necessarily call that "using the Sun RI" - a bit misleading in my opinion.
 
Chris Mathews
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JBoss does not use the RI for JMX, it has its own implementation of JMX:
http://www.jboss.org/developers/projects/jboss/jbossmx.jsp
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