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Package com.sun.jdi.connect

This package defines connections between the virtual machine using the JDI and the target virtual machine.

See: Description

  • Interface Summary 
    Interface Description
    AttachingConnector
    A connector which attaches to a previously running target VM.
    Connector
    A method of connection between a debugger and a target VM.
    Connector.Argument
    Specification for and value of a Connector argument.
    Connector.BooleanArgument
    Specification for and value of a Connector argument, whose value is Boolean.
    Connector.IntegerArgument
    Specification for and value of a Connector argument, whose value is an integer.
    Connector.SelectedArgument
    Specification for and value of a Connector argument, whose value is a String selected from a list of choices.
    Connector.StringArgument
    Specification for and value of a Connector argument, whose value is a String.
    LaunchingConnector
    A connector which can launch a target VM before connecting to it.
    ListeningConnector
    A connector which listens for a connection initiated by a target VM.
    Transport
    A method of communication between a debugger and a target VM.
  • Exception Summary 
    Exception Description
    IllegalConnectorArgumentsException
    Thrown to indicate an invalid argument or inconsistent passed to a Connector.
    TransportTimeoutException
    This exception may be thrown as a result of a timeout when attaching to a target VM, or waiting to accept a connection from a target VM.
    VMStartException
    A target VM was successfully launched, but terminated with an error before a connection could be established.

Package com.sun.jdi.connect Description

This package defines connections between the virtual machine using the JDI and the target virtual machine. In concert with VirtualMachineManager it is the mechanism for launching, attaching, etc to target virtual machines.

Methods may be added to the interfaces in the JDI packages in future releases. Existing packages may be renamed if the JDI becomes a standard extension.



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