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I heard that the interface to view JMS queues is better in the newest (10g) OAS but I wonder if JMX is supported in this version.
 
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Copied from OTN

Oracle is involved in JSR-77, which defines the way a Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application server is managed via JMX. Oracle Application Server will expose a JMX Agent, and Oracle Enterprise Manager will provide a generic MBean browser that will allow customers to manage custom MBeans.

The OC4J 10.0.3 Developer Preview�available on Oracle Technology Network (OTN)�provides an early look at this support. If you install OC4J on your local machine, you can access its JMX console by entering http://localhost:8888/ adminoc4j in your browser



http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/oc4j/1003/how_to/jmx-enabled-demo.html
 
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In fact, are there any real benefits for using JMX for management?

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Nick,
JMX article
www.oracle.com/technology/ oramag/oracle/04-may/o34dev_trends.html

JMX code samples here
http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/oc4j/1003/how_to.html
 
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Thanks Pradeep.

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One of the nice effects of JMX and JSR-77 support is that you can use a variety of third-party tools to configure and monitor application servers.

Check out MC4J for an example:
http://mc4j.sourceforge.net/

Here's a screenshot of MC4J with an OC4J connection open:
http://mc4j.sourceforge.net/ss/ss12_large.png
 
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Just noticed this page specifically about running MC4J with OC4J:

http://mc4j.sourceforge.net/usageOC4J.html

Note: It supports 10.0.3, but not 9.x.
 
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Erin,


third-party tools to configure and monitor application servers


Why we need the third party to monitor OAS, instead of using its own tools?

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"Oracle is involved in JSR-77, which defines the way a Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application server is managed via JMX. Oracle Application Server will expose a JMX Agent, and Oracle Enterprise Manager will provide a generic MBean browser that will allow customers to manage custom MBeans. "

When will they expose it? in OAS 10g?

"The OC4J 10.0.3 Developer Preview�available on Oracle Technology Network (OTN)�provides an early look at this support. If you install OC4J on your local machine, you can access its JMX console by entering http://localhost:8888/ adminoc4j in your browser"

We are using OC4J 10.0.4 for development. However it is quite different from the OAS we are currently using.
[ November 06, 2004: Message edited by: Marilyn de Queiroz ]
 
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We are using OC4J 10.0.4 for development. However it is quite different from the OAS we are currently using.


Thus, does the migration/upgrade effort being very large? If so, do you still recommended for upgrading from Oracle9i AS to Oracle10g AS?

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When will they expose it? in OAS 10g?



I serached the oracle docs and did not find any mention of JMX.
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