Java Management Extensions connector properties

 

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A JMX connector can either be an RMI connector or a SOAP connector.

Each profile has a property file at...

WAS_HOME/profiles/profilename/properties/soap.client.props

To view the JMX connector custom properties administrative console panel that goes with this article, click one of the following paths:

 

SOAP connector properties

This section discusses JMX connector properties that pertain to SOAP connectors.

 

SOAP Request timeout

Specifies the SOAP client request timeout. The value that you choose depends on a number of factors such as the size and the number of the applications that are installed on the server, the speed of your machine, and the level of usage of your machine.

The program default value for the request timeout is 600 seconds. However, other components that connect to the SOAP client can override the default. Components that use the soap.client.props file have a default value of 180 seconds.

You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

Configuration URL

Specifies the URL of the soap.client.props file. Used if you want a program to read SOAP properties from the file. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

Security context provider

Specifies the SSL implementation to use between the Application Server and the SOAP client. You can specify either IBM JSSE (IBMJSSE) or IBM JSSE that has undergone FIPS certification (IBMJSSEFIPS).

You can set the property by using the soap.client.props file.

Property com.ibm.ssl.contextProvider
Data type String
Valid Values
IBMJSSE
IBMJSSEFIPS
IBMJSSE2
Default IBMJSSE2

 

SSL security

Use this property to enable SSL security between Application Server and the SOAP client. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

SOAP and RMI connector properties

This section discusses JMX connector properties that pertain to both SOAP connectors and RMI connectors.

 

Connector type

Specify a connector type of SOAP or RMI, depending on whether Application Server connects to a SOAP server or an RMI server. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

Host

Use the host property to specify the host name or the IP address of the server to which Application Server connects. The server can be a SOAP server or an RMI server. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

Port

Use the port property to specify the port number of the server to which Application Server connects. The server can be a SOAP server or an RMI server. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

User name

Specifies the user name that Application Server uses to access the SOAP server or the RMI server. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 

Password

Specifies the password that Application Server uses to access the SOAP server or the RMI server. You can set the property by using one of the following options:

 



 

 

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