Java Code Examples for javax.management.Notification#setSource()

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Example 1
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 2
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 3
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 4
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 5
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 6
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 7
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 8
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 9
public void handleNotification(Notification notification,
                               Object handback) {
    if (notification != null) {
        if (notification.getSource() == mbean)
            notification.setSource(name);
    }

    /*
     * Listeners are not supposed to throw exceptions.  If
     * this one does, we could remove it from the MBean.  It
     * might indicate that a connector has stopped working,
     * for instance, and there is no point in sending future
     * notifications over that connection.  However, this
     * seems rather drastic, so instead we propagate the
     * exception and let the broadcaster handle it.
     */
    listener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 10
Source Project: gemfirexd-oss   File: CustomBean2.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void sendNotificationToMe(String name) {
  long sequence = sequenceNumber++;
  Notification n = new AttributeChangeNotification(this, sequenceNumber, System.currentTimeMillis(),
      name, "A", "long", sequence, sequenceNumber);
  n.setSource(RemoteTestModule.getMyVmid());
  sendNotification(n);
}
 
Example 11
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 12
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 13
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 14
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 15
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 16
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 17
public void handleNotification(
        Notification notification, Object handback) {
    if (notification.getSource() == userMBean)
        notification.setSource(name);
    userListener.handleNotification(notification, handback);
}
 
Example 18
/**
 * Replaces the notification source if necessary to do so.
 * From the {@link Notification javadoc}:
 * <i>"It is strongly recommended that notification senders use the object name
 * rather than a reference to the MBean object as the source."</i>
 * @param notification the {@link Notification} whose
 * {@link javax.management.Notification#getSource()} might need massaging
 */
private void replaceNotificationSourceIfNecessary(Notification notification) {
	if (notification.getSource() == null || notification.getSource().equals(this.managedResource)) {
		notification.setSource(this.objectName);
	}
}
 
Example 19
/**
 * Replaces the notification source if necessary to do so.
 * From the {@link Notification javadoc}:
 * <i>"It is strongly recommended that notification senders use the object name
 * rather than a reference to the MBean object as the source."</i>
 * @param notification the {@link Notification} whose
 * {@link javax.management.Notification#getSource()} might need massaging
 */
private void replaceNotificationSourceIfNecessary(Notification notification) {
	if (notification.getSource() == null || notification.getSource().equals(this.managedResource)) {
		notification.setSource(this.objectName);
	}
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * From the {@link Notification javadoc}:
 * <p><i>"It is strongly recommended that notification senders use the object name
 * rather than a reference to the MBean object as the source."</i>
 * @param notification the {@link Notification} whose
 * {@link javax.management.Notification#getSource()} might need massaging
 */
private void replaceNotificationSourceIfNecessary(Notification notification) {
	if (notification.getSource() == null || notification.getSource().equals(this.managedResource)) {
		notification.setSource(this.objectName);
	}
}