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package org.jboss.managed.api;
ManagedObject is an interface for a manageable element. It consists of: - a name/name type for a registry/references - an attachment name to associate the ManagedObject with a deployment attachment - annotations from the metadata making up the ManagedObject - the attachment instance - the ManagedPropertys for the interface - the ManagedOperations for the interface

Author(s):
Adrian Brock
Scott.Stark@jboss.org
Version:
$Revision: 1.1 $
public interface ManagedObject extends ManagedCommon
{
   
Get the underlying object

Returns:
the underlying object
Get the annotations associated with the property

Returns:
the annotations associated with the property
   public Map<StringAnnotationgetAnnotations();

   
Get the runtime component name.

Returns:
name of runtime component if one exists, null if no component exists.
See also:
org.jboss.managed.api.annotation.ManagementRuntimeRef
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