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Re: JMX Camel New User Question: where do I put service:jmx:rmi...

Find your JMX URI for ActiveMQ  - it will look something like


Then the from should be something like



> On Dec 19, 2018, at 9:40 PM, RW <roadworrier@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> If I remove "service" before "jmx" I get:
> "Must specify domain" in my error. I actually am using the fully qualified domain name, not localhost, so that's not the issue...
> and if I further remove :12345/jmxrm I still get the same error about needing a domain.
>> Hi All -
>> I'm new to Camel. I'm trying to work through this example in the way
>> of something like Hello World for a JMX Camel connection.
>> https://github.com/apache/camel/tree/master/examples/camel-example-jmx
>> I can build it with maven and mvn camel:run works fine.
>> But now I want to start tweaking the program to learn how it works and
>> applies to my own environment. There's a JMX server here for ActiveMQ,
>> and I want to connect to it with this example.
>> I'm thinking I do this with the RouteBuilder. (MyRouteBuilder.java in
>> this example)
>> There's a "from" line. This looks like the candidate.
>> from("jmx:platform?objectDomain=jmxExample&key.name=simpleBean").
>> to("log:jmxEvent");
>> // END SNIPPET: e1
>> but how do I put my URI in here? It looks something like:
>> service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:12345/jmxrmi
>> I wouldn't expect just pasting it in to the "from" area would work,
>> and it doesn't:
>> Failed to resolve endpoint:
>> service://jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:12345/jmxrmi due to: No
>> component found with scheme: service
>> I should also mention that I need to authenticate, so I have a
>> username and password I'll need to enter as well (though no SSL). Am I
>> looking in the right place in this example code?
>> Thanks. I know new-user questions can be painful to endure, so thanks
>> for your patience.
>> RW