Uses of Class
jdk.jfr.MetadataDefinition

Packages that use MetadataDefinition
Package Description
jdk.jfr
This package provides classes to create events and control Flight Recorder.
  • Uses of MetadataDefinition in jdk.jfr

    Classes in jdk.jfr with annotations of type MetadataDefinition
    Modifier and Type Class Description
    interface  BooleanFlag
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is a boolean flag, a true or false value.
    interface  Category
    Event annotation, to associate the event type with a category, in the format of a human-readable path.
    interface  ContentType
    Meta annotation, specifies that an annotation represents a content type, such as a time span or a frequency.
    interface  DataAmount
    Event field annotation, specifies that a value represents an amount of data (for example, bytes).
    interface  Description
    Annotation that describes an element by using a sentence or two.
    interface  Enabled
    Event annotation, determines if an event should be enabled by default.
    interface  Experimental
    Annotation that specifies that an element is experimental and may change without notice.
    interface  Frequency
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is a frequency, measured in Hz.
    interface  Label
    Annotation that sets a human-readable name for an element (for example, "Maximum Throughput").
    interface  MemoryAddress
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is a memory address.
    interface  Name
    Annotation that overrides the default name for an element (for example, when the default package for an event is not appropriate).
    interface  Percentage
    Event field annotation to use on fractions, typically between 0.0 and 1.0, to specify that the value is a percentage.
    interface  Period
    Event annotation, specifies the default setting value for a periodic event.
    interface  Relational
    Meta annotation for relational annotations, to be used on an annotation.
    class  SettingControl
    Base class to extend to create setting controls.
    interface  StackTrace
    Event annotation, determines whether an event by default has a stack trace or not.
    interface  Threshold
    Event annotation, specifies the default duration below which an event is not recorded (for example, "20 ms").
    interface  Timespan
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is a duration.
    interface  Timestamp
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is a point in time.
    interface  TransitionFrom
    Event field annotation, specifies that the event transitioned from a thread.
    interface  TransitionTo
    Event field annotation, specifies that the event will soon transition to a thread.
    interface  Unsigned
    Event field annotation, specifies that the value is of an unsigned data type.