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class:Proxy [CHANGED]

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.io.Serializable


    public class Proxy
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements java.io.Serializable
    Proxy provides static methods for creating dynamic proxy classes andobjects that act like instances , and it is also the superclassof all dynamic proxy classes created by those methodsinterfaces but allow for customized method invocation. To create a proxy instance for some interface Foo:
    
         InvocationHandler handler = new MyInvocationHandler(...);Class<?>proxyClass=Proxy.getProxyClass(Foo.class.getClassLoader(),Foo.class);
         Foo f = (Foo) proxyClass.getConstructor(InvocationHandler.class).newInstance(handler);ormoresimply:Foof=(Foo)Proxy.newProxyInstance(Foo.class.getClassLoader(),
                                              new Class<?>[] { Foo.class },
                                              handler);
     
    

    A dynamic proxy class (simply referred to as aproxy class below)is a class created at runtime that implements a specified list of interfaces specified at runtime when the class is created, with behavior, known as described below. Aproxy interface is such an interface that is implemented by a proxy classinterfaces . A proxy instance is an instance of a proxy class. Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler object, which implements the interface InvocationHandler. A method invocation on a proxy instance through one of its proxy interfaces will be dispatched to the invoke method of the instance's invocation handler, passing the proxy instance, a java.lang.reflect.Method object identifying the method that was invoked, and an array of type Object containing the arguments. The invocation handler processes the encoded method invocation as appropriate and the result that it returns will be returned as the result of the method invocation on the proxy instance.

    A proxy class has the following properties:

    • Proxy classes are public, final, and not abstract if all proxy interfaces are public.
    • Proxy classes are non-public, final, and not abstract if any of the proxy interfaces is non-public.
    • The unqualified name of a proxy class is unspecified. The space of class names that begin with the string "$Proxy" should be, however, reserved for proxy classes.
    • The package and module in which a proxy class is defined is specified below.
    • A proxy class is final and non-abstract .
    • A proxy class extends java.lang.reflect.Proxy.
    • A proxy class implements exactly the interfaces specified at its creation, in the same order.
    • If a proxy class implements a non-public interface, then it will be defined in the same package as that interface. Otherwise, the package of a proxy class is also unspecified. Note that package sealing will not prevent a proxy class from being successfully defined in a particular package at runtime, and neither will classes already defined by the same class loader and the same package with particular signers.
    • Since a proxy class implements all of the interfaces specified at its creation, invokingInvoking getInterfaces on its Class object will return an array containing the same list of interfaces (in the order specified at its creation), invoking getMethods on its Class object will return an array of Method objects that include all of the methods in those interfaces, and invoking getMethod will find methods in the proxy interfaces as would be expected.
    • The Proxy.isProxyClass method will return true if it is passed a proxy class-- a class returned by Proxy.getProxyClass or the class of an object returned by Proxy.newProxyInstance-- and false otherwise.Thejava.security.ProtectionDomain of a proxy class is the same as that of system classes loaded by the bootstrap class loader, such as java.lang.Object, because the code for a proxy class is generated by trusted system code. This protection domain will typically be granted java.security.AllPermission.Each proxy class has one public constructor that takes one argument, an implementation of the interface InvocationHandler,
    • The Proxy.isProxyClass method can be used to set the invocation handler fordetermine if a proxy instance. Rather than having to use the reflection API to access the public constructor,given class is a proxy instance can be also be created by calling the Proxy.newProxyInstance method, which combines the actions of calling Proxy.getProxyClass with invoking the constructor with an invocation handlerclass.

    A proxy instance has the following properties:

    • Given a proxy instance proxy and one of the interfaces, Foo, implemented by its proxy class Foo, the following expression will return true:
           
      
      proxy instanceof Foo
       
      
      
      and the following cast operation will succeed (rather than throwing a ClassCastException):
           
      
      (Foo) proxy
       
      
      
    • Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler, the one that was passed to its constructor. The static Proxy.getInvocationHandler method will return the invocation handler associated with the proxy instance passed as its argument.
    • An interface method invocation on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method as described in the documentation for that method.
    • An invocation of the hashCode, equals, or toString methods declared in java.lang.Object on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method in the same manner as interface method invocations are encoded and dispatched, as described above. The declaring class of the Method object passed to invoke will be java.lang.Object. Other public methods of a proxy instance inherited from java.lang.Object are not overridden by a proxy class, so invocations of those methods behave like they do for instances of java.lang.Object.

    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class

    The package and module to which a proxy class belongs are chosen such that the accessibility of the proxy class is in line with the accessibility of the proxy interfaces. Specifically, the package and the module membership of a proxy class defined via the getProxyClass(ClassLoader, Class[]) or newProxyInstance(ClassLoader, Class[], InvocationHandler) methods is specified as follows:
    1. If all the proxy interfaces are in exported or open packages:
      1. if all the proxy interfaces are public, then the proxy class is public in a package exported by the unnamed module of the specified loader. The name of the package is unspecified.
      2. if at least one of all the proxy interfaces is non-public, then the proxy class is non-public in the package and module of the non-public interfaces. All the non-public interfaces must be in the same package and module; otherwise, proxying them is not possible .
    2. If at least one proxy interface is in a package that is non-exported and non-open:
      1. if all the proxy interfaces are public, then the proxy class is public in a non-exported, non-open package of dynamic module . The names of the package and the module are unspecified.
      2. if at least one of all the proxy interfaces is non-public, then the proxy class is non-public in the package and module of the non-public interfaces. All the non-public interfaces must be in the same package and module; otherwise, proxying them is not possible .

    Note that if proxy interfaces with a mix of accessibilities -- for example, an exported public interface and a non-exported non-public interface -- are proxied by the same instance, then the proxy class's accessibility is governed by the least accessible proxy interface.

    Note that it is possible for arbitrary code to obtain access to a proxy class in an open package with setAccessible, whereas a proxy class in a non-open package is never accessible to code outside the module of the proxy class.

    Throughout this specification, a "non-exported package" refers to a package that is not exported to all modules, and a "non-open package" refers to a package that is not open to all modules. Specifically, these terms refer to a package that either is not exported/open by its containing module or is exported/open in a qualified fashion by its containing module.

    Dynamic Modules

    A dynamic module is a named module generated at runtime. A proxy class defined in a dynamic module is encapsulated and not accessible to any module. Calling Constructor.newInstance(Object...) on a proxy class in a dynamic module will throw IllegalAccessException; Proxy.newProxyInstance method should be used instead.

    A dynamic module can read the modules of all of the superinterfaces of a proxy class and the modules of the types referenced by all public method signatures of a proxy class. If a superinterface or a referenced type, say T, is in a non-exported package, the module of T is updated to export the package of T to the dynamic module.

    Methods Duplicated in Multiple Proxy Interfaces

    When two or more proxy interfaces of a proxy classcontain a method with the same name and parameter signature, the order of the proxy class's interfaces becomes significant. When such a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will not necessarily be the one whose declaring class is assignable from the reference type of the interface that the proxy's method was invoked through. This limitation exists because the corresponding method implementation in the generated proxy class cannot determine which interface it was invoked through. Therefore, when a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object for the method in the foremost interface that contains the method (either directly or inherited through a superinterface) in the proxy class's list of interfaces is passed to the invocation handler's invoke method, regardless of the reference type through which the method invocation occurred.

    If a proxy interface contains a method with the same name and parameter signature as the hashCode, equals, or toString methods of java.lang.Object, when such a method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will have java.lang.Object as its declaring class. In other words, the public, non-final methods of java.lang.Object logically precede all of the proxy interfaces for the determination of which Method object to pass to the invocation handler.

    Note also that when a duplicate method is dispatched to an invocation handler, the invoke method may only throw checked exception types that are assignable to one of the exception types in the throws clause of the method in all of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through. If the invoke method throws a checked exception that is not assignable to any of the exception types declared by the method in one of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through, then an unchecked UndeclaredThrowableException will be thrown by the invocation on the proxy instance. This restriction means that not all of the exception types returned by invoking getExceptionTypes on the Method object passed to the invoke method can necessarily be thrown successfully by the invoke method.

    Since:
    1.3
    See Also:
    InvocationHandler, Serialized Form
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.io.Serializable


    public class Proxy
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements java.io.Serializable
    Proxy provides static methods for creating dynamic proxy classes and instances, and it is also the superclass of all dynamic proxy classes created by those methods.

    To create a proxy for some interface Foo:

         InvocationHandler handler = new MyInvocationHandler(...);
         Class<?> proxyClass = Proxy.getProxyClass(Foo.class.getClassLoader(), Foo.class);
         Foo f = (Foo) proxyClass.getConstructor(InvocationHandler.class).
                         newInstance(handler);
     
    or more simply:
         Foo f = (Foo) Proxy.newProxyInstance(Foo.class.getClassLoader(),
                                              new Class<?>[] { Foo.class },
                                              handler);
     

    A dynamic proxy class (simply referred to as a proxy class below) is a class that implements a list of interfaces specified at runtime when the class is created, with behavior as described below. A proxy interface is such an interface that is implemented by a proxy class. A proxy instance is an instance of a proxy class. Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler object, which implements the interface InvocationHandler. A method invocation on a proxy instance through one of its proxy interfaces will be dispatched to the invoke method of the instance's invocation handler, passing the proxy instance, a java.lang.reflect.Method object identifying the method that was invoked, and an array of type Object containing the arguments. The invocation handler processes the encoded method invocation as appropriate and the result that it returns will be returned as the result of the method invocation on the proxy instance.

    A proxy class has the following properties:

    • Proxy classes are public, final, and not abstract if all proxy interfaces are public.
    • Proxy classes are non-public, final, and not abstract if any of the proxy interfaces is non-public.
    • The unqualified name of a proxy class is unspecified. The space of class names that begin with the string "$Proxy" should be, however, reserved for proxy classes.
    • A proxy class extends java.lang.reflect.Proxy.
    • A proxy class implements exactly the interfaces specified at its creation, in the same order.
    • If a proxy class implements a non-public interface, then it will be defined in the same package as that interface. Otherwise, the package of a proxy class is also unspecified. Note that package sealing will not prevent a proxy class from being successfully defined in a particular package at runtime, and neither will classes already defined by the same class loader and the same package with particular signers.
    • Since a proxy class implements all of the interfaces specified at its creation, invoking getInterfaces on its Class object will return an array containing the same list of interfaces (in the order specified at its creation), invoking getMethods on its Class object will return an array of Method objects that include all of the methods in those interfaces, and invoking getMethod will find methods in the proxy interfaces as would be expected.
    • The Proxy.isProxyClass method will return true if it is passed a proxy class-- a class returned by Proxy.getProxyClass or the class of an object returned by Proxy.newProxyInstance-- and false otherwise.
    • The java.security.ProtectionDomain of a proxy class is the same as that of system classes loaded by the bootstrap class loader, such as java.lang.Object, because the code for a proxy class is generated by trusted system code. This protection domain will typically be granted java.security.AllPermission.
    • Each proxy class has one public constructor that takes one argument, an implementation of the interface InvocationHandler, to set the invocation handler for a proxy instance. Rather than having to use the reflection API to access the public constructor, a proxy instance can be also be created by calling the Proxy.newProxyInstance method, which combines the actions of calling Proxy.getProxyClass with invoking the constructor with an invocation handler.

    A proxy instance has the following properties:

    • Given a proxy instance proxy and one of the interfaces implemented by its proxy class Foo, the following expression will return true:
           
      
      proxy instanceof Foo
       
      
      
      and the following cast operation will succeed (rather than throwing a ClassCastException):
           
      
      (Foo) proxy
       
      
      
    • Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler, the one that was passed to its constructor. The static Proxy.getInvocationHandler method will return the invocation handler associated with the proxy instance passed as its argument.
    • An interface method invocation on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method as described in the documentation for that method.
    • An invocation of the hashCode, equals, or toString methods declared in java.lang.Object on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method in the same manner as interface method invocations are encoded and dispatched, as described above. The declaring class of the Method object passed to invoke will be java.lang.Object. Other public methods of a proxy instance inherited from java.lang.Object are not overridden by a proxy class, so invocations of those methods behave like they do for instances of java.lang.Object.

    Methods Duplicated in Multiple Proxy Interfaces

    When two or more interfaces of a proxy class contain a method with the same name and parameter signature, the order of the proxy class's interfaces becomes significant. When such a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will not necessarily be the one whose declaring class is assignable from the reference type of the interface that the proxy's method was invoked through. This limitation exists because the corresponding method implementation in the generated proxy class cannot determine which interface it was invoked through. Therefore, when a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object for the method in the foremost interface that contains the method (either directly or inherited through a superinterface) in the proxy class's list of interfaces is passed to the invocation handler's invoke method, regardless of the reference type through which the method invocation occurred.

    If a proxy interface contains a method with the same name and parameter signature as the hashCode, equals, or toString methods of java.lang.Object, when such a method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will have java.lang.Object as its declaring class. In other words, the public, non-final methods of java.lang.Object logically precede all of the proxy interfaces for the determination of which Method object to pass to the invocation handler.

    Note also that when a duplicate method is dispatched to an invocation handler, the invoke method may only throw checked exception types that are assignable to one of the exception types in the throws clause of the method in all of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through. If the invoke method throws a checked exception that is not assignable to any of the exception types declared by the method in one of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through, then an unchecked UndeclaredThrowableException will be thrown by the invocation on the proxy instance. This restriction means that not all of the exception types returned by invoking getExceptionTypes on the Method object passed to the invoke method can necessarily be thrown successfully by the invoke method.

    Since:
    1.3
    See Also:
    InvocationHandler, Serialized Form
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.io.Serializable


    public class Proxy
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements java.io.Serializable
    Proxy provides static methods for creating objects that act like instances of interfaces but allow for customized method invocation. To create a proxy instance for some interface Foo:
    
         InvocationHandler handler = new MyInvocationHandler(...);
         Foo f = (Foo) Proxy.newProxyInstance(Foo.class.getClassLoader(),
                                              new Class<?>[] { Foo.class },
                                              handler);
     
    

    A proxy class is a class created at runtime that implements a specified list of interfaces, known as proxy interfaces . A proxy instance is an instance of a proxy class. Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler object, which implements the interface InvocationHandler. A method invocation on a proxy instance through one of its proxy interfaces will be dispatched to the invoke method of the instance's invocation handler, passing the proxy instance, a java.lang.reflect.Method object identifying the method that was invoked, and an array of type Object containing the arguments. The invocation handler processes the encoded method invocation as appropriate and the result that it returns will be returned as the result of the method invocation on the proxy instance.

    A proxy class has the following properties:

    • The unqualified name of a proxy class is unspecified. The space of class names that begin with the string "$Proxy" should be, however, reserved for proxy classes.
    • The package and module in which a proxy class is defined is specified below.
    • A proxy class is final and non-abstract .
    • A proxy class extends java.lang.reflect.Proxy.
    • A proxy class implements exactly the interfaces specified at its creation, in the same order. Invoking getInterfaces on its Class object will return an array containing the same list of interfaces (in the order specified at its creation), invoking getMethods on its Class object will return an array of Method objects that include all of the methods in those interfaces, and invoking getMethod will find methods in the proxy interfaces as would be expected.
    • The ProtectionDomain of a proxy class is the same as that of system classes loaded by the bootstrap class loader, such as java.lang.Object, because the code for a proxy class is generated by trusted system code. This protection domain will typically be granted java.security.AllPermission.
    • The Proxy.isProxyClass method can be used to determine if a given class is a proxy class.

    A proxy instance has the following properties:

    • Given a proxy instance proxy and one of the interfaces, Foo, implemented by its proxy class, the following expression will return true:
           
      
      proxy instanceof Foo
       
      
      
      and the following cast operation will succeed (rather than throwing a ClassCastException):
           
      
      (Foo) proxy
       
      
      
    • Each proxy instance has an associated invocation handler, the one that was passed to its constructor. The static Proxy.getInvocationHandler method will return the invocation handler associated with the proxy instance passed as its argument.
    • An interface method invocation on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method as described in the documentation for that method.
    • An invocation of the hashCode, equals, or toString methods declared in java.lang.Object on a proxy instance will be encoded and dispatched to the invocation handler's invoke method in the same manner as interface method invocations are encoded and dispatched, as described above. The declaring class of the Method object passed to invoke will be java.lang.Object. Other public methods of a proxy instance inherited from java.lang.Object are not overridden by a proxy class, so invocations of those methods behave like they do for instances of java.lang.Object.

    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class

    The package and module to which a proxy class belongs are chosen such that the accessibility of the proxy class is in line with the accessibility of the proxy interfaces. Specifically, the package and the module membership of a proxy class defined via the getProxyClass(ClassLoader, Class[]) or newProxyInstance(ClassLoader, Class[], InvocationHandler) methods is specified as follows:
    1. If all the proxy interfaces are in exported or open packages:
      1. if all the proxy interfaces are public, then the proxy class is public in a package exported by the unnamed module of the specified loader. The name of the package is unspecified.
      2. if at least one of all the proxy interfaces is non-public, then the proxy class is non-public in the package and module of the non-public interfaces. All the non-public interfaces must be in the same package and module; otherwise, proxying them is not possible .
    2. If at least one proxy interface is in a package that is non-exported and non-open:
      1. if all the proxy interfaces are public, then the proxy class is public in a non-exported, non-open package of dynamic module . The names of the package and the module are unspecified.
      2. if at least one of all the proxy interfaces is non-public, then the proxy class is non-public in the package and module of the non-public interfaces. All the non-public interfaces must be in the same package and module; otherwise, proxying them is not possible .

    Note that if proxy interfaces with a mix of accessibilities -- for example, an exported public interface and a non-exported non-public interface -- are proxied by the same instance, then the proxy class's accessibility is governed by the least accessible proxy interface.

    Note that it is possible for arbitrary code to obtain access to a proxy class in an open package with setAccessible, whereas a proxy class in a non-open package is never accessible to code outside the module of the proxy class.

    Throughout this specification, a "non-exported package" refers to a package that is not exported to all modules, and a "non-open package" refers to a package that is not open to all modules. Specifically, these terms refer to a package that either is not exported/open by its containing module or is exported/open in a qualified fashion by its containing module.

    Dynamic Modules

    A dynamic module is a named module generated at runtime. A proxy class defined in a dynamic module is encapsulated and not accessible to any module. Calling Constructor.newInstance(Object...) on a proxy class in a dynamic module will throw IllegalAccessException; Proxy.newProxyInstance method should be used instead.

    A dynamic module can read the modules of all of the superinterfaces of a proxy class and the modules of the types referenced by all public method signatures of a proxy class. If a superinterface or a referenced type, say T, is in a non-exported package, the module of T is updated to export the package of T to the dynamic module.

    Methods Duplicated in Multiple Proxy Interfaces

    When two or more proxy interfaces contain a method with the same name and parameter signature, the order of the proxy class's interfaces becomes significant. When such a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will not necessarily be the one whose declaring class is assignable from the reference type of the interface that the proxy's method was invoked through. This limitation exists because the corresponding method implementation in the generated proxy class cannot determine which interface it was invoked through. Therefore, when a duplicate method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object for the method in the foremost interface that contains the method (either directly or inherited through a superinterface) in the proxy class's list of interfaces is passed to the invocation handler's invoke method, regardless of the reference type through which the method invocation occurred.

    If a proxy interface contains a method with the same name and parameter signature as the hashCode, equals, or toString methods of java.lang.Object, when such a method is invoked on a proxy instance, the Method object passed to the invocation handler will have java.lang.Object as its declaring class. In other words, the public, non-final methods of java.lang.Object logically precede all of the proxy interfaces for the determination of which Method object to pass to the invocation handler.

    Note also that when a duplicate method is dispatched to an invocation handler, the invoke method may only throw checked exception types that are assignable to one of the exception types in the throws clause of the method in all of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through. If the invoke method throws a checked exception that is not assignable to any of the exception types declared by the method in one of the proxy interfaces that it can be invoked through, then an unchecked UndeclaredThrowableException will be thrown by the invocation on the proxy instance. This restriction means that not all of the exception types returned by invoking getExceptionTypes on the Method object passed to the invoke method can necessarily be thrown successfully by the invoke method.

    Since:
    1.3
    See Also:
    InvocationHandler, Serialized Form

field:h [NONE]

  • h

    protected java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler h
    the invocation handler for this proxy instance.

constructor:Proxy(java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler) [NONE]

  • Proxy

    protected Proxy(java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler h)
    Constructs a new Proxy instance from a subclass (typically, a dynamic proxy class) with the specified value for its invocation handler.
    Parameters:
    h - the invocation handler for this proxy instance
    Throws:
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the given invocation handler, h, is null.

method:getProxyClass(java.lang.ClassLoader, java.lang.Class...) [CHANGED]

  • getProxyClass

    @Deprecated
    public static Class<?> getProxyClass(ClassLoader loader,
                                         Class<?>... interfaces)
                                  throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    Deprecated. Proxy classes generated in a named module are encapsulated and not accessible to code outside its module. Constructor.newInstance will throw IllegalAccessException when it is called on an inaccessible proxy class. Use newProxyInstance(ClassLoader, Class[], InvocationHandler) to create a proxy instance instead.
    Returns the java.lang.Class object for a proxy class given a class loader and an array of interfaces. The proxy class will be defined by the specified class loader and will implement all of the supplied interfaces. If any of the given interfaces is non-public, the proxy class will be non-public. If a proxy class for the same permutation of interfaces has already been defined by the class loader, then the existing proxy class will be returned; otherwise, a proxy class for those interfaces will be generated dynamically and defined by the class loader.

    There are several restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to Proxy.getProxyClass:

    • All of the Class objects in the interfaces array must represent interfaces, not classes or primitive types.
    • No two elements in the interfaces array may refer to identical Class objects.
    • All of the interface types must be visible by name through the specified class loader. In other words, for class loader cl and every interface i, the following expression must be true:
      
           Class.forName(i.getName(), false, cl) == i
       
      
    • All non-public interfaces must be in the same package; otherwise, it would not be possible for the proxy class to implement all of the interfaces, regardless of what package it is defined in.
    • For any set of member methods of the specified interfaces that have the same signature:
      • If the return type of any of the methods is a primitive type or void, then all of the methods must have that same return type.
      • Otherwise, one of the methods must have a return type that is assignable to all of the return types of the rest of the methods.
    • The resulting proxy class must not exceed any limits imposed on classes by the virtual machine. For example, the VM may limit the number of interfaces that a class may implement to 65535; in that case, the size of the interfaces array must not exceed 65535.

    If any of these restrictions are violated, Proxy.getProxyClass will throw an IllegalArgumentException. If the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null, a NullPointerException will be thrown.

    Note that the order of the specified proxy interfaces is significant: two requests for a proxy class with the same combination of interfaces but in a different order will result in two distinct proxy classes.
    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    Returns:
    a proxy class that is defined in the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to getProxyClassare violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access.
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null
    See Also:
    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class
  • getProxyClass

    public static Class<?> getProxyClass(ClassLoader loader,
                                         Class<?>... interfaces)
                                  throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    Returns the java.lang.Class object for a proxy class given a class loader and an array of interfaces. The proxy class will be defined by the specified class loader and will implement all of the supplied interfaces. If any of the given interfaces is non-public, the proxy class will be non-public. If a proxy class for the same permutation of interfaces has already been defined by the class loader, then the existing proxy class will be returned; otherwise, a proxy class for those interfaces will be generated dynamically and defined by the class loader.

    There are several restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to Proxy.getProxyClass:

    • All of the Class objects in the interfaces array must represent interfaces, not classes or primitive types.
    • No two elements in the interfaces array may refer to identical Class objects.
    • All of the interface types must be visible by name through the specified class loader. In other words, for class loader cl and every interface i, the following expression must be true:
           Class.forName(i.getName(), false, cl) == i
       
    • All non-public interfaces must be in the same package; otherwise, it would not be possible for the proxy class to implement all of the interfaces, regardless of what package it is defined in.
    • For any set of member methods of the specified interfaces that have the same signature:
      • If the return type of any of the methods is a primitive type or void, then all of the methods must have that same return type.
      • Otherwise, one of the methods must have a return type that is assignable to all of the return types of the rest of the methods.
    • The resulting proxy class must not exceed any limits imposed on classes by the virtual machine. For example, the VM may limit the number of interfaces that a class may implement to 65535; in that case, the size of the interfaces array must not exceed 65535.

    If any of these restrictions are violated, Proxy.getProxyClass will throw an IllegalArgumentException. If the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null, a NullPointerException will be thrown.

    Note that the order of the specified proxy interfaces is significant: two requests for a proxy class with the same combination of interfaces but in a different order will result in two distinct proxy classes.

    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    Returns:
    a proxy class that is defined in the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to getProxyClass are violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access.
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null
  • getProxyClass

    @Deprecated
    public static Class<?> getProxyClass(ClassLoader loader,
                                         Class<?>... interfaces)
                                  throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    Deprecated. Proxy classes generated in a named module are encapsulated and not accessible to code outside its module. Constructor.newInstance will throw IllegalAccessException when it is called on an inaccessible proxy class. Use newProxyInstance(ClassLoader, Class[], InvocationHandler) to create a proxy instance instead.
    Returns the java.lang.Class object for a proxy class given a class loader and an array of interfaces. The proxy class will be defined by the specified class loader and will implement all of the supplied interfaces. If any of the given interfaces is non-public, the proxy class will be non-public. If a proxy class for the same permutation of interfaces has already been defined by the class loader, then the existing proxy class will be returned; otherwise, a proxy class for those interfaces will be generated dynamically and defined by the class loader.
    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    Returns:
    a proxy class that is defined in the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters are violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access.
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null
    See Also:
    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class

method:newProxyInstance(java.lang.ClassLoader, java.lang.Class[], java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler) [CHANGED]

  • newProxyInstance

    public static java.lang.Object newProxyInstance(ClassLoader loader,
                                                    Class<?>[] interfaces,
                                                    java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler h)throwsjava.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    
    Returns an instance ofa proxy classinstance for the specified interfaces that dispatches method invocations to the specified invocation handler.

    Proxy.newProxyInstance throwsIllegalArgumentException will be thrown if any of the following restrictions is violated:

    • All of Class objects in the given interfaces array must represent interfaces, not classes or primitive types.
    • No two elements in the interfaces array may refer to identical Class objects.
    • All of the interface types must be visible by name through the specified class loader. In other words, for class loader cl and every interface i, the following expression must be true:

      Class.forName(i.getName(), false, cl) == i

    • All of the types referenced by all public method signatures of the specified interfaces and those inherited by their superinterfaces must be visible by name through the specified class loader.
    • All non-public interfaces must be in the same reasonspackage and module, defined by the specified class loader and the module of the non-public interfaces can access all of the interface types; otherwise, it would not be possible for the proxy class to implement all of the interfaces, regardless of what package it is defined in.
    • For any set of member methods of the specified interfaces that have the same signature:
      • If the return type of any of the methods is a primitive type or void, then all of the methods must have that same return type.
      • Otherwise, one of the methods must have a return type that is assignable to all of the return types of the rest of the methods.
    • The resulting proxy class must not exceed any limits imposed on classes by the virtual machine. For example, the VM may limit the number of interfaces that a class may implement to 65535; in that case, the size of the interfaces array must not exceed 65535.

    Note that Proxy.getProxyClass doesthe order of the specified proxy interfaces is significant: two requests for a proxy class with the same combination of interfaces but in a different order will result in two distinct proxy classes.

    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    h - the invocation handler to dispatch method invocations to
    Returns:
    a proxy instance with the specified invocation handler of a proxy class that is defined by the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to getProxyClassare violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access;
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf;
    • any of the given proxy interfaces is non-public and the caller class is not in the same runtime package as the non-public interface and the invocation of s.checkPermission with ReflectPermission("newProxyInPackage.{package name}") permission denies access.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null, or if the invocation handler, h, is null
    See Also:
    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class
  • newProxyInstance

    public static java.lang.Object newProxyInstance(ClassLoader loader,
                                                    Class<?>[] interfaces,
                                                    java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler h)
                                             throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    Returns an instance of a proxy class for the specified interfaces that dispatches method invocations to the specified invocation handler.

    Proxy.newProxyInstance throws IllegalArgumentException for the same reasons that Proxy.getProxyClass does.

    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    h - the invocation handler to dispatch method invocations to
    Returns:
    a proxy instance with the specified invocation handler of a proxy class that is defined by the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters that may be passed to getProxyClass are violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access;
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf;
    • any of the given proxy interfaces is non-public and the caller class is not in the same runtime package as the non-public interface and the invocation of s.checkPermission with ReflectPermission("newProxyInPackage.{package name}") permission denies access.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null, or if the invocation handler, h, is null
  • newProxyInstance

    public static java.lang.Object newProxyInstance(ClassLoader loader,
                                                    Class<?>[] interfaces,
                                                    java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler h)
    Returns a proxy instance for the specified interfaces that dispatches method invocations to the specified invocation handler.

    IllegalArgumentException will be thrown if any of the following restrictions is violated:

    • All of Class objects in the given interfaces array must represent interfaces, not classes or primitive types.
    • No two elements in the interfaces array may refer to identical Class objects.
    • All of the interface types must be visible by name through the specified class loader. In other words, for class loader cl and every interface i, the following expression must be true:

      Class.forName(i.getName(), false, cl) == i

    • All of the types referenced by all public method signatures of the specified interfaces and those inherited by their superinterfaces must be visible by name through the specified class loader.
    • All non-public interfaces must be in the same package and module, defined by the specified class loader and the module of the non-public interfaces can access all of the interface types; otherwise, it would not be possible for the proxy class to implement all of the interfaces, regardless of what package it is defined in.
    • For any set of member methods of the specified interfaces that have the same signature:
      • If the return type of any of the methods is a primitive type or void, then all of the methods must have that same return type.
      • Otherwise, one of the methods must have a return type that is assignable to all of the return types of the rest of the methods.
    • The resulting proxy class must not exceed any limits imposed on classes by the virtual machine. For example, the VM may limit the number of interfaces that a class may implement to 65535; in that case, the size of the interfaces array must not exceed 65535.

    Note that the order of the specified proxy interfaces is significant: two requests for a proxy class with the same combination of interfaces but in a different order will result in two distinct proxy classes.

    Parameters:
    loader - the class loader to define the proxy class
    interfaces - the list of interfaces for the proxy class to implement
    h - the invocation handler to dispatch method invocations to
    Returns:
    a proxy instance with the specified invocation handler of a proxy class that is defined by the specified class loader and that implements the specified interfaces
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if any of the restrictions on the parameters are violated
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
    • the given loader is null and the caller's class loader is not null and the invocation of s.checkPermission with RuntimePermission("getClassLoader") permission denies access;
    • for each proxy interface, intf, the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for intf and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to intf;
    • any of the given proxy interfaces is non-public and the caller class is not in the same runtime package as the non-public interface and the invocation of s.checkPermission with ReflectPermission("newProxyInPackage.{package name}") permission denies access.
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if the interfaces array argument or any of its elements are null, or if the invocation handler, h, is null
    See Also:
    Package and Module Membership of Proxy Class

method:isProxyClass(java.lang.Class) [CHANGED]

  • isProxyClass

    public static boolean isProxyClass(Class<?> cl)
    Returns true if and only ifthe specifiedgiven class was dynamically generated to beis a proxy class using the getProxyClass method or the newProxyInstance method..
    Implementation Note:
    The reliability of this method is important for the ability to use it to make security decisions, so its implementation should not just test if the class in question extends Proxy.
    Parameters:
    cl - the class to test
    Returns:
    true if the class is a proxy class and false otherwise
    Throws:
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if cl is null
  • isProxyClass

    public static boolean isProxyClass(Class<?> cl)
    Returns true if and only if the specified class was dynamically generated to be a proxy class using the getProxyClass method or the newProxyInstance method.

    The reliability of this method is important for the ability to use it to make security decisions, so its implementation should not just test if the class in question extends Proxy.

    Parameters:
    cl - the class to test
    Returns:
    true if the class is a proxy class and false otherwise
    Throws:
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if cl is null
  • isProxyClass

    public static boolean isProxyClass(Class<?> cl)
    Returns true if the given class is a proxy class.
    Implementation Note:
    The reliability of this method is important for the ability to use it to make security decisions, so its implementation should not just test if the class in question extends Proxy.
    Parameters:
    cl - the class to test
    Returns:
    true if the class is a proxy class and false otherwise
    Throws:
    java.lang.NullPointerException - if cl is null

method:getInvocationHandler(java.lang.Object) [NONE]

  • getInvocationHandler

    public static java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler getInvocationHandler(java.lang.Object proxy)
                                                                    throws java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
    Returns the invocation handler for the specified proxy instance.
    Parameters:
    proxy - the proxy instance to return the invocation handler for
    Returns:
    the invocation handler for the proxy instance
    Throws:
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException - if the argument is not a proxy instance
    java.lang.SecurityException - if a security manager, s, is present and the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for the invocation handler and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to the invocation handler's class.