I've tried many many jmx query tools from the command line,
windows has the jconsole tool which is a part of the Java binaries pack, and works fine,
but it is not a command line tool – it has a nice GUI.
this command line jar works like a charm,
displays all the beans it finds, and allows you to invoke them ,
In the last post I’ve talked about moving files from SharePoint to Google Site,
what about a Mediawiki site?
how to export it and upload it?
I’ve already covered the uploading files to Google sites via the Google sites API,
you can use java or python to write a script to mass upload all your files and htmls to your new google site,
but first you need to export everything out of the Mediawiki site.
here is a working method to export your site, these are the steps:
Many organisations now move to use the Google office suite for their day-to-day office needs,
this includes the Google sites service which allows you to easily create internal portals for the different
This move allows for a department to share an internal web site that has easy access from home as well with the regular office google account,
it also allows for better collaboration with other branches of the same company located far away – as it saves the need for an office VPN, or the need to connect to a server that is located in a branch in another country,
instead – everybody just connect to Google.
But what do we do if our files are already on the office internal SharePoint?
apparently – the migration processes from SharePoint to Google sites is not as hard ,
here are two working options.