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JMX is part of Java SE since Java 5. So you shouldn't need to download the JMX Remote RI (unless you need the
JMXMP optional connector).
Note the JMXMP optional connector is open sourced as part of OpenDMK (http://opendmk.dev.java.net/).
If you experience connection problems you will find some tips here:
Edited by: dfuchs on Jun 23, 2010 10:06 AM
Thanks. this worked.
As an aside, do you know why the jmxremote.jar is bundled with the jmxremote_optional.jar then if it's contents are provided as part of the JRE?
As I said, JMX is part of the JRE since Java SE 5.0. Prior to that you needed to add the JMX and JMX Remote RI jars to your classpath.