JMX Section Index
The JMX specification defines three types: Service Location Protocol (SLP) Lookup Service, Jini Lookup Service, and Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) / LDAP Lookup Service.
The JMXServiceURL allows you to specify the URL like service:jmx:protocol:sap where protocol might be something like rmi and sap is the address at which the connector server is located. Once suc...more
Methods in the interface provide either accessors to attributes or operations to execute.
There is no single interface that an MBean implements. Instead, an MBean is defined by creating an interface called XXXMBean and a class called XXX, implementing the interface.
JSR 3 defined the original version of JMX. Other JSRs define newer aspects of JMX: JSR 160 - JMX Remoting 1.0 JSR 146 - WBEM Services: JMX Provider Protocol Adapter JSR 71 - JMX-TMN Specificatio...more
Sun provides a tutorial for JMX with JDK 5.0 at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/jmx/tutorial/tutorialTOC.html.more
To get the platform's MBean server, ask the ManagementFactory: MBeanServer mbs = ManagementFactory.getPlatformMBeanServer();
The jconsole command-line tool allows you to connect to both local and remote virtual machines to monitor status information.
JMX is the Java Management Extensions. It provides a way to manage and monitor resources, as in network devices or applications. Classes are found in the javax.management package and its subpackages.more
There are several reasons to do so: When a Java developer creates components (JavaBeans) he/she should also provide a way to manage these components because the usage is unknown and the buyer of...more