You need to use one of the jmx connectors/adaptors.
e.g. The RMIAdaptor
Search the JMX forum for details.
Or examine the jboss testsuite which uses the
RMIAdaptor to deploy tests remotely on the
There are also some open source ant tasks
that can invoke MBeans remotely, I can't remember
You will find JBoss's version in
but it isn't well documentated.
Thanks for the feedback. I actually can view and call the MBeans from my browser via the jmx-connector, or the Management Console JMX Agent as they call it.
But let's say I have an java client that uses the jndi to lookup and call the EJB, can I use it to lookup the MBeans and call them? and if yes, what would be the home object namespace that I should use, provided I include my local machine in the url.