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Java Management Extensions (JMX) explained in new book.


Written by senior Java developers Ben Sullivan and Mark Whipple with both new and experienced developers in mind, 'JMX in Action' uses clear and concise examples to explain the JMX specification and use.

In comparison to other books on the subject only 'JMX in Action' teaches the reader how to combine JMX with J2EE technologies and also how to create your own JMX adapters for Jini and the TCP protocol, according to the publisher Manning Publications Co.

'JMX in Action' is available now in e-book and softbound formats priced from USD19.97.
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Date:Oct 24, 2002
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