Instances of this interface are used to keep the list of ClassLoaders registered in an MBean Server.
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|MLetMBean||Exposes the remote management interface of the MLet MBean.||code | html|
|PrivateClassLoader||Marker interface indicating that a ClassLoader should not be added to the ClassLoaderRepository .||code | html|
Keeps the list of Class Loaders registered in the MBean Server.
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|MLet||Allows you to instantiate and register one or several MBeans in the MBean server coming from a remote URL.||code | html|
|MLetContent||This class represents the contents of the
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|MLetObjectInputStream||This subclass of ObjectInputStream delegates loading of classes to an existing MLetClassLoader.||code | html|
|MLetParser||This class is used for parsing URLs.||code | html|
|PrivateMLet||An MLet that is not added to the ClassLoaderRepository .||code | html|
Provides the classes which implement advanced dynamic loading. See the chapter Advanced Dynamic Loading in the JMX Specification.
An MBean that is of a subclass of java.lang.ClassLoader can be used as a class loader to create other MBeans via the method javax.management.MBeanServer#createMBean(String, ObjectName, ObjectName, Object, String) , and to instantiate arbitrary objects via the method javax.management.MBeanServer#instantiate(String, ObjectName, Object, String) . The MLet class is an example of such an MBean. It is a URLClassLoader , so the list of URLs to load classes from can be configured.
MLet can read a configuration
file that specifies a set of MBeans to be registered in the same
MBean Server as the
Every MBean Server has a class loader repository
containing all MBeans registered in that MBean Server that
are of a subclass of java.lang.ClassLoader . The class
loader repository is used by the forms of the
in the MBeanServer
interface that do not have an explicit loader parameter. It
is also used by the
MLet class when it does not
find a class in its own set of URLs.