Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.2 Developer's Guide


Proxies are an important part of the AMX API, and enhance ease-of-use for the programmer.

While JMX MBeans can be used directly, client-side proxies are offered to facilitate navigation through the MBean hierarchy. In some cases, proxies also function as support or helper objects to simplify the use of the MBeans.

See the API documentation for the package and its sub-packages for more information about using proxies. The API documentation explains the use of AMX with proxies. If you are using JMX directly (for example, via MBeanServerConnection), the return type, argument types and method names might vary as needed for the difference between a strongly-typed proxy interface and generic MBeanServerConnection/ObjectName interface.