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MX4J 3.0.2 Released

The MX4J project has released version 3.0.2.
MX4J 3.0.2 is a bug fix release over 3.0.1.

MX4J is a clean room implementation of the JMX (JSR 3) and JMX Remote (JSR 160) specifications, and provides tools, JSR 160 providers and services that ease JMX development.

Posted by Simone Bordet 2006-10-12

MX4J 3.0.1 Released !

The MX4J project has released version 3.0.1.
MX4J 3.0.1 is a bug fix release over 3.0.0. The latter is a major release that fixed many bugs and added a simpler syntax to work with JSR 160 HTTP-based connectors over the SSL protocol.

MX4J is a clean room implementation of the JMX (JSR 3) and JMX Remote (JSR 160) specifications, and provides tools, JSR 160 providers and services that ease JMX development.

Posted by Simone Bordet 2005-03-01

MX4J 2.1.1 Released.

The MX4J project has released version 2.1.1.
MX4J 2.1.1 is a bug fix release over 2.1.0.
MX4J is a clean room implementation of the JMX (JSR 3) and JMX Remote (JSR 160) specifications.
MX4J also provides tools and services that ease JMX development.

Posted by Simone Bordet 2005-01-19

MX4J 2.0.1 released

The MX4J project has released version 2.0.1. MX4J 2.x is an implementation of JMX 1.2.1 and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API) 1.0. MX4J is an Open Source implementation of the Java Management Extensions technology, for both JSR 3 (JMXTM) and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API). MX4J 2.0.1 is a bug fix release.

Most notable fixes are:
+ Fixed ModelMBean behavior
+ Fixed MBeanDescriptions
+ Fixed JSR 160 RMIConnectorServer marshalling

Posted by Simone Bordet 2004-04-06

MX4J 2.0 Released !

The MX4J project has released version 2.0.
MX4J 2.0 is an implementation of JMX 1.2.1 and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API) 1.0.

In this release:

+ Improved performance and memory footprint
+ ConfigurationLoader to load MBeans from XML
+ Statistics MBeans
+ Improved Jython support
+ JSR 160 rmi, iiop, local and soap providers
+ JSR 160 tools
+ Many bug fixes

Posted by Simone Bordet 2004-03-18

MX4J 2.0 Beta 1 Released !

The MX4J project has released version 2.0 beta 1.
MX4J 2.0 is an implementation of JMX 1.2.1 and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API) 1.0.

In this release:

+ Implemented JMX 1.2.1
+ Implemented JMX Remote 1.0
+ Removed obsolete MX4J 1.x RMI remoting code
+ Package name change for the HttpAdaptor
+ ConfigurationLoader to load MBeans from XML
+ Statistics MBeans
+ Improved Jython support
+ JSR 160 rmi, iiop, local and soap providers
+ JSR 160 tools

Posted by Simone Bordet 2003-11-25

MX4J 1.1.1 Released !

MX4J, an implementation of the JMX 1.1 technology and related tools, has released version 1.1.1.

This release features :

+ OpenMBeans
+ HTTP adaptor enhancements
+ RMI adaptor enhancements
+ Several bug fixes
+ Some new feature implemented
+ New utility classes
+ Improved documentation
+ ... and more.

Posted by Simone Bordet 2002-10-28

MX4J 1.1.1 beta 1 Released

MX4J version 1.1.1 beta 1, an implementation of the JMX 1.1 technology and related tools, has been released.

This release features :

+ OpenMBeans
+ HTTP adaptor enhancements
+ RMI adaptor enhancements
+ Several bug fixes
+ Some new feature implemented
+ New utility classes
+ Improved documentation
+ ... and more.

Posted by Simone Bordet 2002-10-14

MX4J 1.1 Released !

MX4J 1.1 fully implements the JMX specification, version 1.1.
Cool features:
+ Fast invocation layer based on on-the-fly bytecode generation for standard MBeans
+ Adaptor and connectors to remote MBeanServers:
- RMI/JRMP - RMI/JRMP/SSL
- RMI/IIOP
- HTTP, XML/XSLT based
+ Tools and examples

Enjoy !

Posted by Simone Bordet 2002-06-10

MX4J 1.0 beta 3 Released !

MX4J (formerly OpenJMX) the Open Source implementation of the JMX(TM) technology has released its version 1.0 beta 3

The new version contains few bugfixes and new features like:
- The complete suite of RMI adaptors (over JRMP, over IIOP and over SSL)
- The Jython MBean

Join us on the user and developer lists !

Posted by Simone Bordet 2002-03-01

MX4J replaces OpenJMX

MX4J is the new name of the OpenJMX project.
The name change was necessary since 'JMX' is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems.
In few days we will be ready for the MX4J release candidate: keep in touch !

Posted by Simone Bordet 2002-03-01