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Blog Archive for emcmanus during November 2005

There's a plugin for NetBeans that supports the JMX API. It allows you to create and modify JMX MBeans through a wizard, to create unit tests for them, and to run an application and simultaneously attach to its JMX instrumentation. My colleague Jean-François Denise writes about this and more in a recent blog entry, with pointers to some excellent tutorials.
Ron Bodkin has written an excellent, detailed article about using the Glassbox Inspector project. This combines AspectJ and JMX technologies to add monitoring to applications in a clean and modular way. I particularly like this style of article, where extended code extracts are used to present something really useful rather than just a toy example. The alternating...