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JMX Vs MC4J

raj vin
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How JBoss JMX (Management console) is different from the MC4J Management console ?
Henry Wong
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MX4J is an implementation of JMX. And I believe the MC4J console is used for MX4J.

Anyway, if memory serves, JBoss uses the builtin (or reference) JMX implemention, but can be configured to use MX4J instead. And should run the same.

Not entirely sure, so please correct if wrong...
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