[jboss-user] [JBossCache] - Re: How to access TreeCache from MBean ?

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Tue Mar 27 11:34:22 EDT 2007

You're in luck in that a JBoss utility class for simplifying dealing with JMX happens to be in a jar that JBC depends on.  So, assuming your cache was somehow created and registered in MBeanServer 'server' under ObjectName 'name':

  | TreeCacheMBean cache = (TreeCacheMBean) org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.create(TreeCacheMBean.class, name.getCanonicalName(), server);
  | // Only do this if whatever bound your cache in JMX didn't start it!!!
  | cache.startService();
  | cache.put("/a/b/c", map);

What you're doing here is creating a proxy that delegates calls to the JMX server, which routes them to your mbean.

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