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Groovy example source code file (JmxEmitterFactory.groovy)

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jmxbuilder, jmxbuilder, jmxbuilderexception, jmxbuilderexception, jmxeventemitter, listeners, management, map, node, notificationfiltersupport, object, object, objectname, objectname, string

The Groovy JmxEmitterFactory.groovy source code

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 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package groovy.jmx.builder

import javax.management.MBeanServer
import javax.management.NotificationFilterSupport
import javax.management.ObjectName

 * This class is the factory for the emitter node.  This node faciliates the declaration of a JMX event emitter.
 * The emitter is used to broadcast arbitrary event on the MBeanServer's event bus.  Registered listeners are
 * able to consume event once sent.
 * <p>Supported syntax:

* * * <pre> * def jmx = JmxBuilder() * jmx.emitter(name:"Object name"|ObjectName(), event:"event type") * ... * jmx.emitter.send(object) * </pre> * * @author Vladimir Vivien */ class JmxEmitterFactory extends AbstractFactory { public Object newInstance(FactoryBuilderSupport builder, Object nodeName, Object nodeParam, Map nodeAttribs) { if (nodeParam) { throw new JmxBuilderException("Node '${nodeName}' only supports named attributes.") } JmxBuilder fsb = (JmxBuilder) builder def server = (MBeanServer) fsb.getMBeanServer() def emitter = new JmxEventEmitter() def name = getObjectName(fsb, emitter, nodeAttribs.remove("name")) def event = nodeAttribs.remove("event") ?: nodeAttribs.remove("type") ?: "jmx.builder.event.emitter" def listeners = nodeAttribs.remove("listeners") ?: nodeAttribs.remove("recipients") // notification filter NotificationFilterSupport filter = null if (event) { filter = new NotificationFilterSupport() filter.enableType(event) emitter.setEvent(event) } // build model mbean for emitter and register it if (server.isRegistered(name)) { server.unregisterMBean(name) } server.registerMBean(emitter, name) // register listeners if (listeners && !(listeners instanceof List)) { throw new JmxBuilderException("Listeners must be provided as a list [listener1,...,listenerN]") } listeners.each {l -> def listener = l try { if (listener instanceof String) { listener = new ObjectName(l) } if (listener instanceof ObjectName) { server.addNotificationListener(name, listener, filter, null) } else { emitter.addNotificationListener(listener, filter, null) } } catch (e) { throw new JmxBuilderException(e) } } return new GroovyMBean(fsb.getMBeanServer(), name) } private ObjectName getObjectName(fsb, emitter, name) { if (name && name instanceof ObjectName) return name if (name && name instanceof String) return new ObjectName(name) if (!name) return new ObjectName("${fsb.getDefaultJmxNameDomain()}:type=Emitter,name=Emitter@${emitter.hashCode()}") } public boolean onHandleNodeAttributes(FactoryBuilderSupport builder, Object node, Map nodeAttribs) { return false; } public boolean isLeaf() { return true; } public void onNodeCompleted(FactoryBuilderSupport builder, Object parentNode, Object thisNode) { if (parentNode != null) { parentNode.add(thisNode) } } }

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