JMX::Jmx4Perl::Agent::ArtifactHandler - Handler for extracting and manipulating Jolokia artifacts
This module is responsible for mangaging a singe JAR or WAR Archive. It requires Archive::Zip for proper operation.
I.e. this module can
Create a new handler with the following options:
file => $file : Path to archive to handle logger => $logger : Logger to use meta => $meta : Jolokia-Meta handler to extract the type of an archive
Extract information about an archive. Return value is a has with the following keys:
"version" Agent's version "type" Agent type (war, osgi, osgi-bundle, mule, jdk6) "artifactId" Maven artifact id "groupId" Maven group Id
Add or update the policy given as string to this archive. Dependening on whether it is a WAR or another agent, it is put into the proper place
For "war" agents, this is WEB-INF/classes/jolokia-access.xml, for all others it is /jolokia-access.xml
Remove a policy file (no-op, when no policy is present)
Returns true (i.e. the path to the policy file) if a policy file is contained,
Get the policy file as string or
undef if no policy is contained.
Extract web.xml from WAR agents, for other types, a fatal error is raised. Return value is a string containing the web.xml.
Update web.xml in WAR agents, for other types, a fatal error is raised. Return value is a string containing the web.xml.
$webxml is the descriptor as a string.
Return the agent's type, which is one of "war", "osgi", "osgi-bundle", "mule" or "jdk6"
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