Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.management.openmbean.CompositeType

Packages that use CompositeType
javax.management.openmbean Provides the open data types and Open MBean descriptor classes. 
 

Uses of CompositeType in javax.management.openmbean
 

Methods in javax.management.openmbean that return CompositeType
 CompositeType CompositeDataSupport.getCompositeType()
          Returns the composite type of this composite data instance.
 CompositeType CompositeData.getCompositeType()
          Returns the composite type of this composite data instance.
 CompositeType TabularType.getRowType()
          Returns the type of the row elements of tabular data values described by this TabularType instance.
 

Methods in javax.management.openmbean with parameters of type CompositeType
 CompositeData CompositeDataView.toCompositeData(CompositeType ct)
          Return a CompositeData corresponding to the values in this object.
 

Constructors in javax.management.openmbean with parameters of type CompositeType
CompositeDataSupport(CompositeType compositeType, Map<String,?> items)
           Constructs a CompositeDataSupport instance with the specified compositeType, whose item names and corresponding values are given by the mappings in the map items.
CompositeDataSupport(CompositeType compositeType, String[] itemNames, Object[] itemValues)
           Constructs a CompositeDataSupport instance with the specified compositeType, whose item values are specified by itemValues[], in the same order as in itemNames[].
TabularType(String typeName, String description, CompositeType rowType, String[] indexNames)
          Constructs a TabularType instance, checking for the validity of the given parameters.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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