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JMX console for Websphere v6.1

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Were there any built-in JMX console available for the Websphere v6.1? I just want to know whether my MBean has been successfully registered in the MBeanServer and I'd like to view notifications of my MBean, but didn't know where could I see my MBeans. Something like Management console of Jboss.

How would I also enable viewing of Websphere MBeans using Jconsole?

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Hello Bryan,

I know its been a while since this post, however I wanted ask how you managed to export a bean. I am trying to do that now and I cannot export it, I havew read in places that I need to use a naming strategy, which starts with the domainName followqed by a : character, if do this I get an error saying Invalid character, and in quotes ":". If don't use the naming atrategy I get an error saying instance not found.

Could you advise how to export the bean, I am using WAS 6.1, Spring 2.5.1, java 1.5. I am using spring to configure the beans and export them.

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