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Problem with JMS Ports in JBoss

 
Ifteqar Ahmed
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Hi Friends can anyone tell me HOW CAN I CHECK THE NUMBER OF JMS PORTS OPENED BY THE JBoss.....?

I checked that in JMX-console
Please help..............
 
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Are you asking which ports are opened, or how many? I can interpret your question either way. To find out which ports are open, use netstat, or if you are running Windows try TCPView.
 
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Thanks for the reply Peter..

I am asking how many ports are opened?
 
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Hi peter can you tell me where can i check this information on jmx-console?.........
 
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Which version of JBoss AS?
 
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Its Jboss-4.2.2 GA
 
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JBoss AS 4.2.x uses JBossMQ.

I looked in the jmx-console at the MBeans under jboss.mq and jboss.mq.destinations and then closest I could fine was the ReceiversCount property for the specific topics and queue under jboss.mq.destinations (because each receiver has its own port). But I suspect that local MDB are in that count and I don't think that they use up ports.

You can dig further through those MBeans to see if there si something more pertinent.
 
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