- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class MailTransportMonitor
- extends IPv4Monitor
ServiceMonitor is designed to monitor the transport of
a) Class will test that it can successfully send an email.
b) Class will test that it can successfully connect to a mail server and get mailbox contents.
c) Class will test that it can successfully read a new email message from a mail server.
d) Class will test that it can send an email and read that same email from a mail server.
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- David Hustace
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public PollStatus poll(MonitoredService svc,
This method is the heart of the plug-in monitor. Each time an interface
requires a check to be performed as defined by the scheduler the poll
method is invoked. The poll is passed the interface to check
By default when the status transition from up to down or vice versa the
framework will generate an event. Additionally, if the polling interval
changes due to an extended unavailability, the framework will generate an
additional down event. The plug-in can suppress the generation of the
default events by setting the suppress event bit in the returned integer.
- Specified by:
poll in interface
- Specified by:
poll in class
svc - TODO
parameters - The package parameters (timeout, retry, etc...) to be used for
- The availability of the interface and if a transition event
should be suppressed.
- See Also:
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