Interface Destroyable

  • All Known Implementing Classes:

    public interface Destroyable
    Objects such as credentials may optionally implement this interface to provide the capability to destroy its contents.
    See Also:
    • Method Detail

      • destroy

        default void destroy()
                      throws DestroyFailedException
        Destroy this Object.

        Sensitive information associated with this Object is destroyed or cleared. Subsequent calls to certain methods on this Object will result in an IllegalStateException being thrown.

        The default implementation throws DestroyFailedException.

        DestroyFailedException - if the destroy operation fails.

        java.lang.SecurityException - if the caller does not have permission to destroy this Object.
      • isDestroyed

        default boolean isDestroyed()
        Determine if this Object has been destroyed.

        The default implementation returns false.

        true if this Object has been destroyed, false otherwise.

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