Subject Re: Jaybird and API calls
Author bsstmiller <>
--- In, "Roman Rokytskyy
<rrokytskyy@a...>" <rrokytskyy@a...> wrote:
> > Does Jaybird allow you to call the FB API directly? The reason
> > I ask, is the "FB Manager" project is torn between C ++ plus
> > dxWindows or Java. Comments would be welcome on the pros
> > and cons of using Java as the development environment.
> In theory - yes. But why do you need this? If you use direct API
> access, you loose all JDBC code above. I see no benefit of using Java
> in this case. If you are interested in services API, we have a JMX
> component that is supposed to do exactly this - manage server and
> databases.
> Note, our API implementation is not 100% complete.
> Best regards,
> Roman Rokytskyy

Is JMX open source and where can I get more info about it? It sounds
like this is what we are looking for if we go with Java. If the
API isn't complete, we can always add something if we really need it.