Starting a Java Virtual Machine

To monitor the sources from a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), you must first start the JVM. You must enter the IP address of the JVM, the IP port, and the security parameters in the command before running the Java Virtual Machine.


  1. Enter The IP address of the JVM (local or remote host) and the IP port in the command that is used to run the Java Virtual Machine.
  2. Optional: You can use the authentication security data to start the virtual machine. In this case, you must enter the name of the password file. You can also enter the name of an access file that might be needed if user privileges are required.


Parameters used to launch a JVM without security:
-jar MyapplicationFile.jar
Parameters used to launch a JVM with authentication security:
java (this command is optional)
-jar MyapplicationFile.jar