JMX::Jmx4Perl::Config - Configuration file support for Jmx4Perl
# ================================================================ # Sample configuration for jmx4perl # localhost is the name how this config could accessed <Server localhost> # Options for JMX::Jmx4Perl->new, case is irrelevant Url = http://localhost:8080/j4p User = roland Password = test Product = JBoss # HTTP proxy for accessing the agent <Proxy> Url = http://proxy:8001 User = proxyuser Password = ppaasswwdd </Proxy> # Target for running j4p in proxy mode <Target> Url service:jmx:iiop://.... User weblogic Password weblogic </Target> </Server>
my $config = new JMX::Jmx4Perl::Config($config_file);
Create a new configuration object with the given file name. If no file name is given the configuration ~/.j4p is tried. In case the given file is a directory, a file dir/jxm4perl.cfg is tried as configuration file.
If the file does not exist,
server_config_exists will alway return
get_server_config will always return
If a hash is given as argument, this hash is used to extract the server information.
Check whether a configuration entry for the server with name $name exist.
Get the configuration for the given server or
undef if no such configuration exist.
Get an arrayref to all configured servers or an empty arrayref.
This file is part of jmx4perl.
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