Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.management.remote.JMXConnector

Packages that use JMXConnector
javax.management.remote Interfaces for remote access to JMX MBean servers. 
javax.management.remote.rmi The RMI connector is a connector for the JMX Remote API that uses RMI to transmit client requests to a remote MBean server. 
 

Uses of JMXConnector in javax.management.remote
 

Methods in javax.management.remote that return JMXConnector
static JMXConnector JMXConnectorFactory.connect(JMXServiceURL serviceURL)
          Creates a connection to the connector server at the given address.
static JMXConnector JMXConnectorFactory.connect(JMXServiceURL serviceURL, Map<String,?> environment)
          Creates a connection to the connector server at the given address.
 JMXConnector JMXConnectorProvider.newJMXConnector(JMXServiceURL serviceURL, Map<String,?> environment)
          Creates a new connector client that is ready to connect to the connector server at the given address.
static JMXConnector JMXConnectorFactory.newJMXConnector(JMXServiceURL serviceURL, Map<String,?> environment)
          Creates a connector client for the connector server at the given address.
 JMXConnector JMXConnectorServer.toJMXConnector(Map<String,?> env)
          Returns a client stub for this connector server.
 JMXConnector JMXConnectorServerMBean.toJMXConnector(Map<String,?> env)
          Returns a client stub for this connector server.
 

Uses of JMXConnector in javax.management.remote.rmi
 

Classes in javax.management.remote.rmi that implement JMXConnector
 class RMIConnector
          A connection to a remote RMI connector.
 

Methods in javax.management.remote.rmi that return JMXConnector
 JMXConnector RMIConnectorServer.toJMXConnector(Map<String,?> env)
          Returns a client stub for this connector server.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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