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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.  



Implemented by objects that can have a {@code JMXServiceURL} address. 

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Interface to define how remote credentials are converted into a JAAS Subject. 

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The client end of a JMX API connector. 

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A provider for creating JMX API connector clients using a given protocol. 

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MBean interface for connector servers. 

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A provider for creating JMX API connector servers using a given protocol. 

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An object of this class implements the MBeanServer interface and wraps another object that also implements that interface. 

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Abstract Classes:


Superclass of every connector server. 

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Notification emitted when a client connection is opened or closed or when notifications are lost. 

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Factory to create JMX API connector clients. 

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Factory to create JMX API connector servers. 

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The identity of a remote client of the JMX Remote API.

Principals such as this JMXPrincipal may be associated with a particular Subject to augment that Subject with an additional identity. 

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Exception thrown by JMXConnectorFactory and JMXConnectorServerFactory when a provider exists for the required protocol but cannot be used for some reason.

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JMXServerErrorException   Exception thrown as the result of a remote MBeanServer method invocation when an Error is thrown while processing the invocation in the remote MBean server.  code | html

The address of a JMX API connector server. 

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Result of a query for buffered notifications. 

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Permission required by an authentication identity to perform operations on behalf of an authorization identity.

A SubjectDelegationPermission contains a name (also referred to as a "target name") but no actions list; you either have the named permission or you don't.

The target name is the name of the authorization principal classname followed by a period and the authorization principal name, that is "PrincipalClassName.PrincipalName".

An asterisk may appear by itself, or if immediately preceded by a "." may appear at the end of the target name, to signify a wildcard match.

For example, "*", "javax.management.remote.JMXPrincipal.*" and "javax.management.remote.JMXPrincipal.delegate" are valid target names. 

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A (Notification, Listener ID) pair.

This class is used to associate an emitted notification with the listener ID to which it is targeted.

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