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Monitoring Jboss

vignesh Thamarai
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Joined: Mar 10, 2009
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hi friends

iam currently undergone a project titled as "Monitoring Jboss Application server", i had already devoloped a web application to monitor jboss in remote application deploy a war file in remote systems and
monitor dynamically changing values in jboss such as FreeMemory,ActiveThreads and Classes Loaded. and Display in the form of graphs and charts. here iam using jfreechart to create graphs. now i hav some issues. They are

1.) if my client accidentally delete my war file , my application won`t work.

2.) Deploying war file in Client systems make some security issue, so iam unable to do

is it any other way to monitor jboss without deploy war file?

please give some articles how to programatically access jmx console in jboss ?
Jaikiran Pai

Joined: Jul 20, 2005
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Let's continue the discussion in your other thread

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