in Toplink 9.0 there used to be a toplink console for debug purposes, in
10 it was integrated in a toplink webclient.
I can't find anything about it in the eclipselink docs. Is it still there?
Can I use it with jboss? Do I absolutely need an application server or
would tomcat alone be enough?
- we use toplink (now migrating to eclipselink) in a non-J2EE project but
we do use JMX intensely. I think there is already JMX instrumentation for
toplink but the docs tell me only how to enable it in application servers
(Bea and co). How can I trigger the registration to our own MBeanServer?
The logic to deploy EclipseLink's MBeans is located in the
You should be able to define your own implementation. This is probably
best done subclassing
org.eclipse.persistence.platform.server.ServerPlatformBase and using the
other container implementations to guide you.
Hi, for Q2) using JMX MBeans in a non-EE (SE environment) in bug#
This is a good request because the beans can provide a lot of info for
SE persistence units.
There is an outstanding enhancement request where a quick proof of
concept was tested surrounding a version of NoServerPlatform (the SE
because I'm still using eclipselink 1.1.1 and not a nightly build (or
wherever this new functionality can be found).
However I'm confused about the print* methods that return void
(printProfileSummary, etc). Shouldn't they return at least a String? Where
is the result printed exactly. In the logfile? Maybe it doesn't show in my
project because I use a Log4jSessionLog.