JMX connector settings
Use this page to view the configuration for a JMX (JMX) connector, which makes connections between server processes. To view this console page, click Servers > Server Types > WebSphere application servers > server_name > Administration > Administration services > JMX Connectors > connector_type.
(zos) The SOAP connector, the Remote Method Invocation (RMI) connector, the JMX Remote API (JSR 160) Remote Method Invocation (JSR160RMI) connector, or the Inter-Process Communications (IPC) connector connect to a controller (server). WebSphere Application Server for z/OS internally routes MBean requests from a controller to its servant regions as appropriate.
Type of the JMX connector.
Information Value Data type Enumeration Default SOAPConnector Range
- For JMX connections using SOAP.
- For JMX connections using Remote Method Invocation (RMI).
- For JMX connections using JMX Remote API (JSR 160) Remote Method Invocation (JSR160RMI).
- For JMX connections using Inter-Process Communications (IPC).
Avoid trouble: IPC_CONNECTOR_ADDRESS is a special end point. The end point can be assigned an IP address or can be defined as'localhost'. Editing a hostname definition from 'localhost' to any other host is not permitted if you plan to use this same server as a template to create another server in another node and which is to have an end point definition different than host.gotcha
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JMX connector properties