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Get PMI data using JMX

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I am trying to get some PMI data from the MBean types defined in WebSphere. Specifically, the MBean type 'Server' has lot of attributes like name, resources, state which do not have corresponding accessor methods.
I could not find a way to read these attributes directly or using PerfMBean as suggested by IBM. Has anybody worked on it before ? Any tips or pointers will be appreciated.
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Have you read Creating a custom Java administrative client program using WebSphere Application Server administrative Java APIs in the PDF
entitled something like IBM WebSphere Application Server, Version 5.0.2
System Administration. I'm sorry I can't give you the link. I down loaded it and labeled it was502base_admin.pdf. But I am not sure it's that on IBM's site.
It has a nice sample program in chapter 5.
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