JMX - Client

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A Jmx client is a client that can connect to a Jmx instance of the Jvm.

Note on connection

Any JMX client will not see applications that are not owned by the same user. For example under Windows, if an application is started as a service, it is the System User who owns the process, and not the Current User.


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