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Alfresco 4 Enterprise Content Management Implementation by Pallika Majmudar, Rajesh R Avatani, Snehal Shah, Jayesh Prajapati, Munwar Shariff, Vinita Choudhary, Vandana Pal, Amita Bhandari

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The Java Management Extension (JMX) interface

Much like other applications, you can configure Alfresco and restart it to make it effective. Alfresco offers the Java Management Extension (JMX) interface to access Alfresco through a standard JMX console that supports JMX Remoting (JSR-160). Using that, you can perform the following:

  • Change log levels
  • Set server read-only mode
  • Manage Alfresco subsystems
  • Enable or disable file servers (FTP/CIFS/NFS)
  • Set server single-user mode
  • Set server maximum user limit, including the ability to prevent further logins
  • Count user sessions/tickets
  • User session/ticket invalidation

You can use JConsole, MC4J, or JManage to perform the preceding activities. JConsole is supplied with Java SE 5.0 and higher versions.

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