public class AttributeChangeNotification extends Notification
It's up to the MBean owning the attribute of interest to create and send
attribute change notifications when the attribute change occurs.
NotificationBroadcaster interface has to be implemented
by any MBean for which an attribute change is of interest.
If an MBean called
myMbean needs to notify registered listeners
when its attribute:
myMbeancreates and emits the following notification:
new AttributeChangeNotification(myMbean, sequenceNumber, timeStamp, msg, "myString", "String", oldValue, newValue);
|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
Notification type which indicates that the observed MBean attribute value has changed.
|Constructor and Description|
Constructs an attribute change notification object.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Gets the name of the attribute which has changed.
Gets the type of the attribute which has changed.
Gets the new value of the attribute which has changed.
Gets the old value of the attribute which has changed.
getMessage, getSequenceNumber, getTimeStamp, getType, getUserData, setSequenceNumber, setSource, setTimeStamp, setUserData, toString
public AttributeChangeNotification(Object source, long sequenceNumber, long timeStamp, String msg, String attributeName, String attributeType, Object oldValue, Object newValue)
source- The notification producer, that is, the MBean the attribute belongs to.
sequenceNumber- The notification sequence number within the source object.
timeStamp- The date at which the notification is being sent.
msg- A String containing the message of the notification.
attributeName- A String giving the name of the attribute.
attributeType- A String containing the type of the attribute.
oldValue- An object representing value of the attribute before the change.
newValue- An object representing value of the attribute after the change.
public String getAttributeName()
public String getAttributeType()
public Object getOldValue()
public Object getNewValue()
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