#15 Support for "jmx.invoke.getters" property


This property has been added in JMX 1.2, but MX4J never
supported invoking getters and setters via
Low priority for now.


  • Eamonn McManus

    Eamonn McManus - 2003-12-03

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    This item is poorly described in the JMX 1.2 specification.
    First of all, it is in the wrong place (in the section on
    Dynamic MBeans, instead of the section on Standard MBeans
    where it belongs). Secondly, it was intended to ease the
    transition to a strict no-invoking-getters model for people
    who had unwisely relied on the fact that the RI did
    previously allow you to invoke getters and setters. It
    should not have been included in the specification, but
    rather in release notes for the RI - it is not intended that
    every implementation be required to understand this
    property. I would recommend that MX4J not include this.

  • Simone Bordet

    Simone Bordet - 2004-02-02

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    As Eamonn suggested, MX4J will not support this property.

  • Simone Bordet

    Simone Bordet - 2004-02-02
    • assigned_to: nobody --> biorn_steedom
    • status: open --> closed-wont-fix

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