Charles: Add the Hibernate plugin to the JBAS4 console. This was something which came up in the 1.0 demo, and should be long hanging fruit and useful if we get included in an EAP4.3 fix pack.
Adding the hibernate plugin is simple enough. It's testing it that's difficult. To do so, we need an EJB3 app that includes some entity beans, as well as startup code that deploys the Hibernate stats mbean (as described by https://docs.jbosson.redhat.com/confluence/display/JON2/Hibernate+Statistics+Service). This test app should also include a client app that allows us to generate some Hibernate stats by hitting the entity EJBs. Ideally this testapp would be a webapp, but a command-line client would suffice. The JBoss EJB3 distribution comes with a sample ear that includes an ejb-jar with a single Session bean and a war with a client (jboss-EJB-3.0_RC9_Patch_1/docs/tutorial/ear/). Unfortunately, it doesn't contain any entity beans.
Charles, perhaps Len or Jarek could build the required test app.