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Re: [JMX-FORUM] Recognising j2ee patterns through the j2ee management model

Jeremy Pitten

2004-02-04

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Sorry, should have read that back before posting...
 
...should have written :
 
Are these component types considered to be not worth managing (I hope NOT), or is it that we don't know how to specify how to manage them yet?
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeremy Pitten
To: JMX-FORUM@JAVA.SUN.COM
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 3:59 PM
Subject: [JMX-FORUM] Recognising j2ee patterns through the j2ee management model

Having recently digested the second addition of Core J2EE Patterns I'm wondering if the JSR-77 J2EE Management Information Model will be extended to support/give visibility of such items as Intercepting Filters, POJOs and DAOs.
 
How are these components managed at the moment? Are there any vendor specific extensions that recognise these components as managedObjects?
 
Are these component types considered to be not worth managing (I hope so), or is it that we don't yet know how to specify how to manage them?
 
Does anyone have any views as to how these components should be managed?
 
Is anyone aware of any move to enhance/extend JSR-77?
 
Why am I asking? I've been developing a tool that is trying to visualise architectural design patterns using nothing but a MEJB dialogue to build a picture of a deployment.
 
regards,
 
Jeremy
 
 www.jpitten.btinternet.co.uk
 
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