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    Hi All,

    While studying commerce server documentation, I came accross the term MBean=
    .. Can
    anybody pls tell me what actually MBean is ? Is it bean of category EJB. Bu=
    t there
    is no such bean in ejb, as far as I know.=20

    Any suggestion is welcome.

    TIA,
    Sudarson


  2. Default Re: what is a MBEAN ?

    Hi Sudarson,

    For information on MBeans see
    http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs61/adm...w.html#1028622. Here's
    an excerpt:

    The Administration Server is populated with JavaBean-like objects called
    Management Beans (MBeans), which are based on Sun's Java Management
    Extension (JMX) standard. These objects provide management access to domain
    resources.

    The Administration Server contains both configuration MBeans and run-time
    MBeans. Configuration MBeans provide both SET (write) and GET (read) access
    to configuration attributes.

    Run-time MBeans provide a snapshot of information about domain resources,
    such as current HTTP sessions or the load on a JDBC connection pool. When a
    particular resource in the domain (such as a Web application) is
    instantiated, an MBean instance is created which collects information about
    that resource.

    --
    Ginny Peterson
    Developer Relations Engineer
    BEA Support

    "sudarson" <sudarsonr_pratihar@infy.com> wrote in message
    news:3c44f377$1@newsgroups.bea.com...
    >
    > Hi All,
    >
    > While studying commerce server documentation, I came accross the term

    MBean. Can
    > anybody pls tell me what actually MBean is ? Is it bean of category EJB.

    But there
    > is no such bean in ejb, as far as I know.
    >
    > Any suggestion is welcome.
    >
    > TIA,
    > Sudarson





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