Any changes in the subagent's MBeans are automatically applied to the set of mirror MBeans, to ensure that both master agent and subagent remain consistent.
When an MBean is unregistered from the subagent, the cascading service MBean removes its mirror MBean from the master agent. When a new MBean is registered in the subagent, the cascading service instantiates its mirror MBean, sets up its connection to the new MBean, and registers the mirror with the master agent's MBean server.
Both of these mechanisms scale to cascading hierarchies: adding or removing an MBean in the master agent will trigger a notification that any cascading service connected to the master agent will receive. This will start a chain reaction up to the top of the hierarchy. Removing an MBean from the middle of a hierarchy also triggers a similar reaction down to the original MBean that is finally removed.
Dynamic unregistration only applies to subagent MBeans that are actually mirrored. Dynamic registration is also subject to filtering, as described in the next section.