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RE: [eclipselink-users] JMX / Getting DB Settings via web interface

I would recommend accessing the singleton SessionManager. Each persistence unit is actually a ServerSession and is cached within the SessionManager. This will give you a single place to access all active sessions. 

This does require additional enhancements to allow monitoring systems to access the full JPA persistence unit configuration.

Doug

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Anthony J
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2007 2:51 PM
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Subject: [eclipselink-users] JMX / Getting DB Settings via web interface


Hello,

I'm building an app using Eclipselink and I would like to have a little
servlet that essentially reads the in-memory settings (eg things like
what persistence units are configured to which dbs, what cachs
statistics can I get, etc) - I've looked through the api for toplink and
can't seem to find anything to do this.

Any ideas for getting this sort of info?

Thx!

-Tony
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