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Will it work with any Application server?

 
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or only at?? what are other advantages than resource mgmt? memory mgmt?
 
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In case anyone else is confused (like I was) this question appears to be related to the Java-Monitor.
 
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It does; see Kees' answer here. The point is not so much management as monitoring. Java-monitor is not a JMX client that would allow you to change anything about the server environment. It allows you to monitor a JVM, and can alert you if it's not reachable.
 
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Dear Venkata,

It goes further than that. If you have a JVM that is not a servlet container, you can also enable monitoring from code. Just unzip the WAR file and add the code to your own project.



There's more talk about that here: http://java-monitor.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2879#4

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