Connect to vSphere from a Java Program
This sample code shows how to make a connection to ESX or vCenter, and get back some simple information from it.
How to Run
In order to run this sample code you must provide three arguments:
 The server name or IP address
 The user name to log in as
 The password to use
You will need to get the vim25.jar library from the VMware vSphere JDK. It is in the VMware-vSphere-SDK-5.5.0\vsphere-ws\java\JAXWS\lib directory.
You can run this sample code with a command similar to the following :
java -cp "vim25.jar;TestConnection.jar" com.vmware.sample.TestConnection <ip-or-domain-name> <user> <password>
java -cp "lib\vim25.jar:lib\TestConnection.jar" com.vmware.sample.TestConnection 127.0.0.1 root rootPassword
The 127.0.0.1 address is the local host, so will work if you are running the script from the same machine as vCenter is installed on. If not, put in the vCenter machine's IP or domain name. If you password contains strange characters that your shell uses (such as ! # ; | and so on), you should put quotes around it.
You will see the output similar to the following when you run the sample:
VMware vCenter Server 5.5.0 build-1312298
Server type is VirtualCenter
API version is 5.5.0
When I execute the method: findAllObjects("VirtualMachine", null)
I am not getting the whole list of virtual machines, only 100 pieces
Tell me how to fix it