FioranoMQ comes with full JMX support which enables management through standard JMX tools. It is comprised of a number of JMX enabled components, running within the Fiorano container. Each component performs particular operations while displaying its attributes, enabling administration and monitoring through standard JMX tools.
The next section explains how to use the following JMX based tools through the RMIConnector:
- Fiorano JMX Browser
Fiorano Studio is bundled with the JMX browser, which creates a JMX connection with FioranoContainer via either RMI or JMS connectors.
This chapter covers the following topics:
- 1.1 RMI Connector URL
- 1.2 Fiorano JMX Browser
- 1.3 MC4J
- 1.4 JConsole
- 1.5 Java Code
- 1.6 Using the FMQTerminal