> That said, you're probably right, but now you've got a
> on some sort of formatted string. Presumably, this would be JSON,
DMR / AS7 has a syntax which they say is stable.
> so the next question becomes: are there any utilities for
> constructing JSON in JBT?
We could create one with an isolated dmr.jar in it :)
I feel we're converging on a solution:
1. leave the dmr jar where it is.
2. add a dmr jar to management core to use simply for formatting/parsing JSON.
What do you think?