bjchip_hyperic
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Do JMX plugin service connections include "SOAP"

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If I put this into a JMX plugin to connect to an appropriately configured JMX Server on "hostname", will it connect?


"service:jmx:soap://hostname:8080/axis/services"


BJ
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dougm_hyperic
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Hi BJ,

We've tried this with the jmxmp connector, see the bottom of:
http://support.hyperic.com/display/hypcomm/Advanced+JMX+Plugins

That was for use with the existing jmx-plugin.xml and was likely tested back then with a 1.4 jre.
If it doesn't work within your plugin.jar/lib directory, try adding the soap connector jar(s) to pdk/lib/

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dougm_hyperic
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Hi BJ,

We've tried this with the jmxmp connector, see the bottom of:
http://support.hyperic.com/display/hypcomm/Advanced+JMX+Plugins

That was for use with the existing jmx-plugin.xml and was likely tested back then with a 1.4 jre.
If it doesn't work within your plugin.jar/lib directory, try adding the soap connector jar(s) to pdk/lib/
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bjchip_hyperic
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Wish I'd been able to find this information 4 days ago. Probably would've saved me 3 days of rewrite.

Water under bridge. Good solid answer though. I COULD use the local connector with the way I had this configured originally.

I may go back and do it later. JConsole was connecting to my server nicely and reporting back queue names and values as well as every other blessed thing that was needed.

At present there's no time. It's in SVN, but I have to deliver.

THANK YOU !!!

BJ
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