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Administer programmatically with Managed Beans (MBeans)
Use several different types of Java™ Management Extensions (JMX) MBeans to administer and monitor deployments. Each MBean refers to a specific entity, such as a map, data grid, server, or service.
JMX MBean interfaces and WebSphere eXtreme ScaleEach MBean has get methods that represent attribute values. These get methods cannot be called directly from the program. The JMX specification treats attributes differently from operations. You can view attributes with a vendor JMX console, and you can perform operations in the program or with a vendor JMX console.
See the API documentation for an overview and detailed programming specifications for all of the available MBeans:Package com.ibm.websphere.objectgrid.management .
- Access Managed Beans (MBeans) using the wsadmin tool
Use the wsadmin utility provided in WAS to access managed bean (MBean) information.
- Access Managed Beans (MBeans) programmatically
You can connect to MBeans with Java applications. These applications use the interfaces in the com.ibm.websphere.objectgrid.management package.
Parent topic:Operate the deployment environment
Start and stop stand-alone servers
Start and stop servers in a WAS environment
Use the embedded server API to start and stop servers
Manage ObjectGrid availability
Ovveride catalog service quorum
Access Managed Beans (MBeans) using the wsadmin tool
Access Managed Beans (MBeans) programmatically
Monitor with managed beans (MBeans)
Monitor with the xsAdmin sample utility
API documentation: Package com.ibm.websphere.objectgrid.management