Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.management.relation.RelationTypeNotFoundException

Packages that use RelationTypeNotFoundException
javax.management.relation Provides the definition of the Relation Service. 
 

Uses of RelationTypeNotFoundException in javax.management.relation
 

Methods in javax.management.relation that throw RelationTypeNotFoundException
 void RelationServiceMBean.addRelation(ObjectName relationObjectName)
          Adds an MBean created by the user (and registered by him in the MBean Server) as a relation in the Relation Service.
 void RelationService.addRelation(ObjectName relationObjectName)
          Adds an MBean created by the user (and registered by him in the MBean Server) as a relation in the Relation Service.
 Integer RelationServiceMBean.checkRoleReading(String roleName, String relationTypeName)
          Checks if given Role can be read in a relation of the given type.
 Integer RelationService.checkRoleReading(String roleName, String relationTypeName)
          Checks if given Role can be read in a relation of the given type.
 Integer RelationServiceMBean.checkRoleWriting(Role role, String relationTypeName, Boolean initFlag)
          Checks if given Role can be set in a relation of given type.
 Integer RelationService.checkRoleWriting(Role role, String relationTypeName, Boolean initFlag)
          Checks if given Role can be set in a relation of given type.
 void RelationServiceMBean.createRelation(String relationId, String relationTypeName, RoleList roleList)
          Creates a simple relation (represented by a RelationSupport object) of given relation type, and adds it in the Relation Service.
 void RelationService.createRelation(String relationId, String relationTypeName, RoleList roleList)
          Creates a simple relation (represented by a RelationSupport object) of given relation type, and adds it in the Relation Service.
 List<String> RelationServiceMBean.findRelationsOfType(String relationTypeName)
          Returns the relation ids for relations of the given type.
 List<String> RelationService.findRelationsOfType(String relationTypeName)
          Returns the relation ids for relations of the given type.
 RoleInfo RelationServiceMBean.getRoleInfo(String relationTypeName, String roleInfoName)
          Retrieves role info for given role of a given relation type.
 RoleInfo RelationService.getRoleInfo(String relationTypeName, String roleInfoName)
          Retrieves role info for given role name of a given relation type.
 List<RoleInfo> RelationServiceMBean.getRoleInfos(String relationTypeName)
          Retrieves list of role infos (RoleInfo objects) of a given relation type.
 List<RoleInfo> RelationService.getRoleInfos(String relationTypeName)
          Retrieves list of role infos (RoleInfo objects) of a given relation type.
 void RelationSupport.handleMBeanUnregistration(ObjectName objectName, String roleName)
          Callback used by the Relation Service when a MBean referenced in a role is unregistered.
 void Relation.handleMBeanUnregistration(ObjectName objectName, String roleName)
          Callback used by the Relation Service when a MBean referenced in a role is unregistered.
 void RelationServiceMBean.removeRelationType(String relationTypeName)
          Removes given relation type from Relation Service.
 void RelationService.removeRelationType(String relationTypeName)
          Removes given relation type from Relation Service.
 void RelationSupport.setRole(Role role)
          Sets the given role.
 void Relation.setRole(Role role)
          Sets the given role.
 void RelationServiceMBean.setRole(String relationId, Role role)
          Sets the given role in given relation.
 RoleResult RelationSupport.setRoles(RoleList list)
          Sets the given roles.
 RoleResult Relation.setRoles(RoleList roleList)
          Sets the given roles.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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