|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Visualizer User's Guide for Oracle Event Processing
11g Release 1 (188.8.131.52)
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This chapter describes how you can use Oracle Event Processing Visualizer to view Java Management Extensions (JMX) configuration for use with Oracle Event Processing.
This chapter includes the following sections:
For more information, see Section 9.3, "JMX Management".
Using the Oracle Event Processing Visualizer, you can view JMX configuration.
Using the Oracle Event Processing Visualizer, you can view the JMX configuration for a selected Oracle Event Processing server.
To view JMX configuration:
In the left pane, click the Domain > Server node, where Domain refers to the name of your Oracle Event Processing domain and Server refers to the name of the server instance.
In the right pane, click the JMX tab.
The JMX tab appears as Figure 12-1 shows.
Figure 12-1 JMX Tab
The JMX properties are displayed in the table:
jndi-service-name—The name of the JNDI service to which the JMX server will bind its object.
rmi-service-name—The name of the RMI service with which the JMX server will register to receive calls.
rmi-jrmp-port—The port on which to listen for RMI JRMP JMX requests.
rmi-registry-port—The port on which to start the RMIRegistry.
Oracle Event Processing does not support the JRMP protocol: an Oracle Event Processing JMX client does not use the
rmi-registry-port properties. Instead, JMX clients must use the more secure MSA protocol for both local and remote access to the Oracle Event Processing JMX server. When you connect to the Oracle Event Processing JMX server that is running on
localhost or on a remote host, you must always use the JMX URL
/jndi/jmxconnector so that you are always using the MSA connector (where
HOST-NAME is either
localhost or the name of the remote host and
PORT is the Oracle Event Processing server JNDI port). For more information, see "Accessing the Oracle Event Processing JMX Server" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Event Processing.
You can only view the JMX configuration of your Oracle Event Processing server using Oracle Event Processing Visualizer. To change the configuration, you must manually update the server's
For more information, see "Configuring JMX for Oracle Event Processing" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Event Processing.