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Exposing a Java class as a MXBean (or MBean) tutorial with jconsole

You can take a Java POJO (i.e. Plain Old Java Object) and expose it as an MBean, and view or modify values via JMX. In this tutorial, we will use jconsole, which is a JMX client. Step 1: Create a new Maven based Java project.

Step 2: Import it…...

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