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EJTools JMX Browser

The EJTools JMX Browser is a tool which allows to view and interact with the JMX space in a JMX compatible implementation. It provides the following features: * remote connections via RMI/IIOP/others (Swing-based) * local connection (Web-based) * a hierarchical view of the domains and the mbeans * access to the attributes, the operations and the notifications * attribute plotting The EJTools JMX Browser comes in two flavors : * A Swing-based application, that can be connect remotly to interact with the JMX server/implementation. * A Web-based application, that can be run in any J2EE 1.3 Web stack. It provides an easy way interact with the JMX server.

 
CategoryJMX
LicenseGNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
HomePagehttp://ejtools.sourceforge.net/applications/jmx.browser/





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