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For ESB Console Users

How do I add a new runtime to manage, monitor and administer

How do I figure out all the details about a target runtime environment

For Plugin Developers

How do I run esb-console in GWT hosted-mode

How do I plugin my custom frame plugin to an existing tree node

How do I plugin my custom tab plugin to an existing tabset

How do I create my own custom tabset plugin

How do I access the standard request parameters passed into my plugin

How do I get a valid client connection to a service from my custom co-deployed plugin given a valid connection key

For Plugin Developers and API Users - How do I enable Common Management and Monitoring support

For JavaCAPS, Open ESB, and Glassfish ESB, Common Management and Monitoring support for their respective runtimes come pre-installed with the product. Since Fuji has not been released yet, you need to explicitly install Common Management and Monitoring support for managing Fuji stand-alone and Fuji on Glassfish v3. The listed procedures below details how to do it.

Where do I get the jbi-admin-common java archive (jar) file

Where do I get the EventManagement web archive (war) file

Where do I get the Extended Common Management & Monitoring Client API java archives to build my client applications

How do I enable Common Management and Monitoring support for Fuji Standalone

How do I enable Common Management and Monitoring support for Glassfish v3 with Fuji

For Plugin Developers and API Users - How do I enable Alerting

For JavaCAPS, Alerting client support is pre-installed in the product.

General Information about Alerting

Glassfish ESB Event Management User Guide

How do I enable Alerting for Open-ESB on Glassfish v2.x

How do I enable Alerting for Glassfish-ESB ver 2.1 on Glassfish v2.x

How do I enable Alerting for Fuji Standalone

Before enabling alerting for a Fuji standalone instance, please ensure that you have enabled Common Management and Monitoring support for Fuji Standalone. See the How To listed above in the previous section on how to do it.

How do I enable Alerting for Glassfish v3 with Fuji

Before enabling alerting for a Glassfish v3 with Fuji instance, please ensure that you have enabled Common Management and Monitoring support for Fuji on Glassfish v3. See the How To listed above in the previous section on how to do it.

For Plugin Developers and API Users - Management and Monitoring using a REST API across all product-lines - Java CAPS, Open-ESB, Glassfish-ESB, Fuji standalone, and Glassfish v3 with Fuji

How do I install Common Management and Monitoring REST API support for Java CAPS, Open-ESB, Glassfish-ESB, and Glassfish v3 with Fuji

How do I install Common Management and Monitoring REST API support for Standalone Fuji

How do I use the REST API for Management and Monitoring support for Java CAPS, Open-ESB, Glassfish-ESB, and Glassfish v3 with Fuji

Fuji with Glassfish v3 Users: Before using the REST API managing and monitoring a Glassfish v3 with Fuji instance, please ensure that you have enabled Common Management and Monitoring support for Fuji on Glassfish v3. See the How To listed above in the previous section on how to do it. Also ensure you have installed the Common Management and Monitoring REST API support for Glassfish v3 with Fuji as described in the previous How To.

How do I use the REST API for Management and Monitoring support for Standalone Fuji

Before using the REST API managing and monitoring a standalone Fuji instance, please ensure that you have enabled Common Management and Monitoring support for standalone Fuji. See the How To listed above in the previous section on how to do it. Also ensure you have installed the Common Management and Monitoring REST API support for standalone Fuji as described in the previous How To.

For Plugin Developers and API Users - The Common Management and Monitoring API across product-lines - Java CAPS, Open-ESB, Glassfish-ESB, Fuji standalone, and Glassfish v3 with Fuji

Note to Fuji Users:Since Fuji has not been released yet, to manage any Fuji instances, you need to explicitly install backend functionality that enables Common Management and Monitoring support for managing Fuji stand-alone and Fuji on Glassfish v3.

URLs of interest

This section discusses usage of major operations available in a number of Management and Monitoring services as detailed in the table below:

How do I use the Administration Service API

How do I use the Configuration Service API

How do I use the Notification Service API

How do I use the Performance Measurement Service API

How do I use the Runtime Management Service API

How do I use the OSGi Administration Service Management and Monitoring API - for Fuji stand-alone, and Fuji with Glassfish v3 only

How do I use the Deployment Service API

How do I use the Installation Service API

How do I use the Alert Reception API

How do I use the Alert Sender API

How do I use the Alert Framework Configuration Service API

How do I use the Alert Management API

How do I use the BPEL SE Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the IEP SE Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the HTTP BC Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the JMS Management and Monitoring API (One API to rule them all - STCMS & Java MQ)

How do I use the Scheduler BC Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the File BC Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the FTP BC Management and Monitoring API

How do I use the Database BC Management and Monitoring API

For Plugin Developers and API Users - Glassfish v3 Admin Console for Fuji

For JavaCAPS, Open ESB, and Glassfish ESB, the Administration Console for their respective runtimes come pre-installed with the product.

How do I install the Fuji Glassfish v3 Admin Console

Since Fuji has not been released yet, you need to explicitly install the admin console for managing Fuji on Glassfish v3. The procedure above details how to do it. Before using the REST API managing and monitoring a Glassfish v3 with Fuji instance, please ensure that you have enabled Common Management and Monitoring support for Fuji on Glassfish v3. See the How To listed above in the previous section on how to do it.

Generic Management and Monitoring Documentation on docs.java.com

Java CAPS Management and Monitoring APIs

Java CAPS Common Management and Monitoring API JavaDocs

The Extended Java CAPS Management and Monitoring API JavaDocs

The Extended Common Management and Monitoring API JavaDocs

Monitoring Java CAPS

Administering Java CAPS Projects

Deploying Java CAPS Projects

GlassFish ESB v2.1 User Documentation

GlassFish ESB Release 2.1 Documentation Center



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