map between arbitrary Java types and a fixed set of types in javax.management.openmbean
called the Open Types. This allows clients to interact with
MXBeans, without needing to know the original Java types (which
might require putting extra jars in their classpath and so
Up until now the mapping rules were fixed. Certain types can
not be mapped by...
One question I encounter frequently about the JMX Remote API is
how to reduce the time taken to notice that a remote machine is
dead when making a connection to it. The default timeout is
typically a couple of minutes! Here's one way to do it.
Probably the cleanest technique for connection timeouts in
general is to set a connection timeout on the socket. The idea is...
The Web Services Connector for JMX Agents being defined by JSR 262 is available in Early Access.
I described the background to this JSR in an earlier blog entry. In short, it serves two purposes:
Provide an alternative to the RMI connector for JMX-aware clients (such as JConsole). Because the JSR 262 connector uses SOAP over HTTP, it can reuse a web server configuration you have already...