JMX Connectors

  • J. Jeffrey Hanson


The JMX standard defines the notion of connectors. A connector is attached to a JMX MBean server and makes it accessible to remote Java clients. The client end of a connector exports essentially the same interface as the MBean server. Connectors include a remote component that provides end-to-end communications with the agent over a variety of protocols (for example, HTTP, HTTPS, IIOP). Since all connectors have the same Java technology—based interface, management applications use the connector most suited to their networking environment and even change connectors transparently as needs evolve.


Transport Protocol User Code Generic Connector Server Object Remote Object 
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© J. Jeffrey Hanson 2004

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