Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.management.openmbean.CompositeData

Packages that use CompositeData
java.lang.management Provides the management interface for monitoring and management of the Java virtual machine as well as the operating system on which the Java virtual machine is running. 
javax.management.openmbean Provides the open data types and Open MBean descriptor classes. 
 

Uses of CompositeData in java.lang.management
 

Methods in java.lang.management with parameters of type CompositeData
static MemoryNotificationInfo MemoryNotificationInfo.from(CompositeData cd)
          Returns a MemoryNotificationInfo object represented by the given CompositeData.
static MonitorInfo MonitorInfo.from(CompositeData cd)
          Returns a MonitorInfo object represented by the given CompositeData.
static ThreadInfo ThreadInfo.from(CompositeData cd)
          Returns a ThreadInfo object represented by the given CompositeData.
static MemoryUsage MemoryUsage.from(CompositeData cd)
          Returns a MemoryUsage object represented by the given CompositeData.
 

Uses of CompositeData in javax.management.openmbean
 

Classes in javax.management.openmbean that implement CompositeData
 class CompositeDataSupport
          The CompositeDataSupport class is the open data class which implements the CompositeData interface.
 

Methods in javax.management.openmbean that return CompositeData
 CompositeData TabularDataSupport.get(Object[] key)
          Returns the CompositeData value whose index is key, or null if there is no value mapping to key, in this TabularData instance.
 CompositeData TabularData.get(Object[] key)
          Returns the CompositeData value whose index is key, or null if there is no value mapping to key, in this TabularData instance.
 CompositeData CompositeDataInvocationHandler.getCompositeData()
          Return the CompositeData that was supplied to the constructor.
 CompositeData TabularDataSupport.remove(Object[] key)
          Removes the CompositeData value whose index is key from this TabularData instance, and returns the removed value, or returns null if there is no value whose index is key.
 CompositeData TabularData.remove(Object[] key)
          Removes the CompositeData value whose index is key from this TabularData instance, and returns the removed value, or returns null if there is no value whose index is key.
 CompositeData CompositeDataView.toCompositeData(CompositeType ct)
          Return a CompositeData corresponding to the values in this object.
 

Methods in javax.management.openmbean with parameters of type CompositeData
 Object[] TabularDataSupport.calculateIndex(CompositeData value)
          Calculates the index that would be used in this TabularData instance to refer to the specified composite data value parameter if it were added to this instance.
 Object[] TabularData.calculateIndex(CompositeData value)
          Calculates the index that would be used in this TabularData instance to refer to the specified composite data value parameter if it were added to this instance.
 boolean TabularDataSupport.containsValue(CompositeData value)
          Returns true if and only if this TabularData instance contains the specified CompositeData value.
 boolean TabularData.containsValue(CompositeData value)
          Returns true if and only if this TabularData instance contains the specified CompositeData value.
 void TabularDataSupport.put(CompositeData value)
           
 void TabularData.put(CompositeData value)
          Adds value to this TabularData instance.
 void TabularDataSupport.putAll(CompositeData[] values)
          Add all the elements in values to this TabularData instance.
 void TabularData.putAll(CompositeData[] values)
          Add all the elements in values to this TabularData instance.
 

Constructors in javax.management.openmbean with parameters of type CompositeData
CompositeDataInvocationHandler(CompositeData compositeData)
          Construct a handler backed by the given CompositeData.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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