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VMDeathRequest


com.sun.jdi.request

Interface VMDeathRequest

  • All Superinterfaces:
    EventRequest, Mirror


    @Exported
    public interface VMDeathRequest
    extends EventRequest
    Request for notification when the target VM terminates. When an enabled VMDeathRequest is satisfied, an event set containing a VMDeathEvent will be placed on the EventQueue. The collection of existing VMDeathRequests is managed by the EventRequestManager

    Even without creating a VMDeathRequest, a single unsolicited VMDeathEvent will be sent with a suspend policy of SUSPEND_NONE. This request would typically be created so that a VMDeathEvent with a suspend policy of SUSPEND_ALL will be sent. This event can be used to assure completion of any processing which requires the VM to be alive (e.g. event processing). Note: the unsolicited VMDeathEvent will still be sent.

    Since:
    1.4
    See Also:
    VMDeathEvent, EventQueue, EventRequestManager


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