I am trying to call a stored proc having table type IN and OUT parameter using jdbc.
When I tried as a standalone program I am not having any issues. Once I deployed the code in Tomcat, the below esxception is thrown
java.lang.ClassCastException: $Proxy0 cannot be cast to oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection
on executing this line of code,
Upon analysis I found that the connection object I get here is of type,oracle.jdbc.driver.T4CConnection. But as per the code it expects a oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection.
I tried adding the ojdbc6.jar in tomcat/lib/common folder as suggested in few forums but did not help.
I read through the article now. Jconsole has tabs to display Mbean data and there are other tabs to view VM statistics. Like threads used, CPU usage, classes loaded etc.. How can I get those information ?
The MC4J client just reads the Mbean properties and gives that, which is again a third party tool.
I wanted to know if I can leverage the JMX output to my simple Java application to display JVM details. Hope I conveyed it right
I also wanted to know if there is a way to obtain the runtime JVM details of an application without using jConsole.
In my tool I do not want another UI like Jconsole to display data. I need those data and I would format a report as I need
I am developing a monitoring tool for our webhosted application. I have a skeleton structure of the application and one service to monitor HTTP status is implemented. I need to know about integrating JMX with my application.
Googling only gave results to integrate with jconsole. I need to know if we can represent the JMX data in our own application. Also can any one provide with any examples to obtain data.
I am having problems is starting up with this. Please help. Also didn’t find corrrect forum to post this. so posted in this java general forum.
Is there any way to find if the particular file instance is encrypted or not.
One solution what I had was to decrypt and check if the exception is thrown else continue. But it would be an overhead for users not using encryption.