Configuring JMX Integration - 6.3

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To enable JMX integration, register an InstrumentationManager extension with the CXF bus. Using Spring XML on Tomcat, the following minimal XML snippet will enable JMX integration.

<import resource="classpath:META-INF/cxf/cxf.xml"/>
<bean id=""
   <property name="enabled" value="true" />
   <property name="bus" ref="cxf" />
   <property name="usePlatformMBeanServer" value="true" />

The default InstrumentationManager accepts the following configuration options:




enabledIf the JMX integration should be enabled or not false
busThe CXF bus instance to register the JMX extension with None
serverAn optional reference to an MBeanServer instance to register MBeans with. If not supplied, an MBeanServer is resolved using the "usePlatformMBeanServer" and/or "serverName" options. None
usePlatformMBeanServerIf true and no reference to an MBeanServer is supplied, the JMX extension registers MBeans with the platform MBean server. false
serverName If supplied, usePlatformMBeanServer is false, and no reference to an MBeanServer is supplied, the JMX extension registers MBeans with the MBean server carrying this name. None
createMBServer-ConnectorFactoryIf true, a connector is created on the MBeanServer. true
threadedDetermines if the creation of the MBean connector is performed in this thread or in a separate thread. Only relevant if createMBServerConnectorFactory is true. false
daemonDetermines if the MBean connector creation thread is marked as a daemon thread or not. Only relevant if createMBServerConnectorFactory is true.false
JMXServiceURLThe URL of the connector to create on the MBeanServer. Only relevant if createMBServerConnectorFactory is true. service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:9913/jmxrmi

The MBean instrumentation provided by the above configuration will provide generic information about the WSDL supported by the web service as well as web service administration commands. To see performance metrics of the SOAP call processing, further configuration (see is required - these are disabled by default to avoid unnecessary runtime overhead.

If you're using Maven, make sure you have the following dependency added to the pom.xml for the web service provider: