Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.management.remote
Interface JMXConnectorProvider


public interface JMXConnectorProvider

A provider for creating JMX API connector clients using a given protocol. Instances of this interface are created by JMXConnectorFactory as part of its newJMXConnector method.

Since:
1.5

Method Summary
 JMXConnector newJMXConnector(JMXServiceURL serviceURL, Map<String,?> environment)
          Creates a new connector client that is ready to connect to the connector server at the given address.
 

Method Detail

newJMXConnector

JMXConnector newJMXConnector(JMXServiceURL serviceURL,
                             Map<String,?> environment)
                             throws IOException

Creates a new connector client that is ready to connect to the connector server at the given address. Each successful call to this method produces a different JMXConnector object.

Parameters:
serviceURL - the address of the connector server to connect to.
environment - a read-only Map containing named attributes to determine how the connection is made. Keys in this map must be Strings. The appropriate type of each associated value depends on the attribute.

Returns:
a JMXConnector representing the new connector client. Each successful call to this method produces a different object.
Throws:
NullPointerException - if serviceURL or environment is null.
IOException - It is recommended for a provider implementation to throw MalformedURLException if the protocol in the serviceURL is not recognized by this provider, JMXProviderException if this is a provider for the protocol in serviceURL but it cannot be used for some reason or any other IOException if the connection cannot be made because of a communication problem.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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