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Spring in Action, 4th Edition: Covers Spring 4 by Craig Walls

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Chapter 20. Managing Spring beans with JMX

This chapter covers

  • Exposing Spring beans as managed beans
  • Remotely managing Spring beans
  • Handling JMX notifications

Spring’s support for DI is a great way to configure bean properties in an application. But once the application has been deployed and is running, DI alone can’t do much to help you change that configuration. Suppose you want to dig into a running application and change its configuration on the fly. That’s where Java Management Extensions (JMX) comes in.

JMX is a technology that enables you to instrument applications for management, monitoring, and configuration. Originally available as a separate extension to Java, JMX is now a standard part of the Java 5 distribution.

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