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System.initProperties and setting default properties

 
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I want to insert a default system property the jmx property in particular
for any java program that is run on my local windows system without having to pass the system parameter in at the command line.
That means doing something to force the System.initproperties function
to pick up a system property i want to list as a default in the default system properties.
Any ideas?
 
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You can set system properties with System.setProperty()
However, most JMX properties are used before main() is called so setting these values is likely to have no effect. The jmx property must be set before the application starts.
Note: You can start your own JMX service and configure it how you like.
 
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