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

Type of the JMX connector.

Information Value
Data type Enumeration
Default SOAPConnector
Range

SOAPConnector

For JMX connections using SOAP.

RMIConnector

For JMX connections using Remote Method Invocation (RMI).

JSR160RMIConnector

For JMX connections using JMX Remote API (JSR 160) Remote Method Invocation (JSR160RMI).

IPCConnector

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


Related tasks

  • Administer nodes and resources

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