Fuse IDE
  1. Fuse IDE
  2. ECLIPSE-232

auto-discover local JMX processes on a machine for the JMX Explorer like JConsole does

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    • Type: Enhancement Enhancement
    • Status: Resolved Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0
    • Component/s: JMX
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      Description

      Would be great to be able to show folks a folder of Local Processes on the JMX Explorer then folks don't have to mess about with JMX URIs; like JConsole does.

      It probably uses some sun JVM crack to discover local JMX processes though; so might only be available on certain JVMs.

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        Timothy Bish
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        Sample code showing how to scan for JVMs and find an instance of ActiveMQ.

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        Timothy Bish
        added a comment - Sample code showing how to scan for JVMs and find an instance of ActiveMQ.
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        Timothy Bish
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        I figured out how to find the local JVMs using the JMX Management APIs in tools.jar to list all the local JVMs. The little app I've attached grabs the list of running JVMs and tries to find an ActiveMQ instance to display to the user.

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        Timothy Bish
        added a comment - I figured out how to find the local JVMs using the JMX Management APIs in tools.jar to list all the local JVMs. The little app I've attached grabs the list of running JVMs and tries to find an ActiveMQ instance to display to the user.

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          • Assignee:
            James Strachan
            Reporter:
            James Strachan
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