Examples of destroy()

  • org.mt4j.components.visibleComponents.shapes.AbstractShape.destroy()
  • Removes this component from its parent.
  • Calls destroyComponent on this component which can be used to free resources that the component used.
  • Recursively calls destroy() on its children

    By default, the openGl texture object and the VBOs associated with this shape will be deleted. Be careful when you share textures or VBOs across more than one object! Destroying of displaylists isnt done atm! Use disableAndDeleteDisplaylists() instead.

  • org.mt4j.components.visibleComponents.shapes.MTEllipse.destroy()
  • org.mt4j.components.visibleComponents.widgets.buttons.MTSvgButton.destroy()
  • org.mt4j.sceneManagement.Iscene.destroy()
    Destroy the scene.
  • org.mt4j.util.opengl.GLTexture.destroy()
    Deletes the opengl texture object.
  • org.newdawn.slick.AppGameContainer.destroy()
    Destroy the app game container
  • org.newdawn.slick.Graphics.destroy()
    Dispose this graphis context, this will release any underlying resourses. However this will also invalidate it's use
  • org.newdawn.slick.Image.destroy()
    Destroy the image and release any native resources. Calls on a destroyed image have undefined results @throws SlickException Indicates a failure to release resources on the graphics card
  • org.nutz.mvc.Setup.destroy()
    关闭时,额外逻辑 @param config
  • org.objectweb.celtix.bus.ws.rm.RMHandler.destroy()
  • org.olat.core.configuration.ModuleLifeCycle.destroy()
    Close hook
  • org.olat.core.configuration.OLATModule.destroy()
    Caled during Servlet.destroy()
  • org.omg.CORBA.ORB.destroy()
  • org.omg.CosNaming.NamingContext.destroy()
  • org.omg.CosNotifyChannelAdmin.ConsumerAdmin.destroy()
  • org.omg.CosNotifyChannelAdmin.EventChannel.destroy()
  • org.omg.CosNotifyChannelAdmin.SupplierAdmin.destroy()
  • org.omg.DynamicAny.DynAny.destroy()
  • org.omg.DynamicAny.DynArray.destroy()
  • org.omg.DynamicAny.DynSequence.destroy()
  • org.omg.DynamicAny.DynStruct.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.MaxHopsPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.QueueOrderPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RebindPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RelativeRequestTimeoutPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RelativeRoundtripTimeoutPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.ReplyEndTimePolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.ReplyPriorityPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.ReplyStartTimePolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RequestEndTimePolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RequestPriorityPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RequestStartTimePolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.RoutingPolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.Messaging.SyncScopePolicy.destroy()
  • org.omg.PortableServer.POA.destroy()
  • org.omg.RTCORBA.ClientProtocolPolicy.destroy()
  • org.onemind.swingweb.SwingWebContext.destroy()
  • org.open2jam.render.lwjgl.TrueTypeFont.destroy()
  • org.openide.nodes.Node.destroy()
  • org.openqa.jetty.util.ByteArrayISO8859Writer.destroy()
  • org.opensaml.saml2.metadata.provider.AbstractMetadataProvider.destroy()
  • org.openstreetmap.josm.gui.MapFrame.destroy()
    Called as some kind of destructor when the last layer has been removed. Delegates the call to all Destroyables within this component (e.g. MapModes)
  • org.osgi.service.application.ApplicationHandle.destroy()
    The application instance's lifecycle state can be influenced by this method. It lets the application instance perform operations to stop the application safely, e.g. saving its state to a permanent storage.

    The method must check if the lifecycle transition is valid; a STOPPING application cannot be stopped. If it is invalid then the method must exit. Otherwise the lifecycle state of the application instance must be set to STOPPING. Then the destroySpecific() method must be called to perform any application model specific steps for safe stopping of the represented application instance.

    At the end the {@code ApplicationHandle} must be unregistered. Thismethod should free all the resources related to this {@code ApplicationHandle}.

    When this method is completed the application instance has already made its operations for safe stopping, the ApplicationHandle has been unregistered and its related resources has been freed. Further calls on this application should not be made because they may have unexpected results. @throws SecurityException if the caller doesn't have "lifecycle"{@code ApplicationAdminPermission} for the correspondingapplication. @throws IllegalStateException if the application handle is unregistered

  • org.pentaho.platform.api.engine.IPentahoSession.destroy()
    Destroys any resources owned by the session object
  • org.pentaho.platform.engine.core.system.StandaloneSession.destroy()
  • org.reficio.ws.server.core.SoapServer.destroy()
    Stops the SOAP server and deallocates resources
  • org.rhq.coregui.client.util.enhanced.EnhancedVLayout.destroy()
  • org.rioproject.impl.exec.ProcessManager.destroy()
    Destroy the managed process @param includeChildren If true, destroy all child processes asl well.This method will look for all child processes that have a prent process ID of the managed process and forcibly terminate them.
  • org.rzo.yajsw.os.Process.destroy()
  • org.saiku.service.util.QueryContext.destroy()
  • org.serviceconnector.api.srv.SCServer.destroy()
    Destroy server. Destroys server and releases all resources. No more communication to SC is possible after calling destroy. Deregister servers and stop listener before calling destroy.
  • org.serviceconnector.net.connection.ConnectionPool.destroy()
    Destroy the pool.
  • org.serviceconnector.net.req.IRequester.destroy()
  • org.serviceconnector.net.req.Requester.destroy()
  • org.spout.api.material.BlockMaterial.destroy()
  • org.spout.vanilla.material.VanillaBlockMaterial.destroy()
  • org.springframework.amqp.rabbit.connection.CachingConnectionFactory.destroy()
    Close the underlying shared connection. The provider of this ConnectionFactory needs to care for proper shutdown.

    As this bean implements DisposableBean, a bean factory will automatically invoke this on destruction of its cached singletons.

  • org.springframework.amqp.rabbit.connection.SingleConnectionFactory.destroy()
    Close the underlying shared connection. The provider of this ConnectionFactory needs to care for proper shutdown.

    As this bean implements DisposableBean, a bean factory will automatically invoke this on destruction of its cached singletons.

  • org.springframework.amqp.rabbit.listener.SimpleMessageListenerContainer.destroy()
  • org.springframework.beans.factory.DisposableBean.destroy()
    Invoked by a BeanFactory on destruction of a singleton. @throws Exception in case of shutdown errors.Exceptions will get logged but not rethrown to allow other beans to release their resources too.
  • org.springframework.beans.factory.wiring.BeanConfigurerSupport.destroy()
    Release references to the {@link BeanFactory} and{@link BeanWiringInfoResolver} when the container is destroyed.
  • org.springframework.context.annotation.AnnotationConfigApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.context.support.AbstractApplicationContext.destroy()
    DisposableBean callback for destruction of this instance. Only called when the ApplicationContext itself is running as a bean in another BeanFactory or ApplicationContext, which is rather unusual.

    The close method is the native way to shut down an ApplicationContext. @see #close() @see org.springframework.beans.factory.access.SingletonBeanFactoryLocator

  • org.springframework.context.support.AbstractXmlApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.context.support.ClassPathXmlApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.context.support.FileSystemXmlApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.context.support.GenericApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.data.gemfire.GemfireBeanFactoryLocator.destroy()
  • org.springframework.data.redis.connection.jedis.JedisConnectionFactory.destroy()
  • org.springframework.data.redis.connection.lettuce.LettuceConnectionFactory.destroy()
  • org.springframework.erlang.connection.SingleConnectionFactory.destroy()
    Close the underlying shared connection. The provider of this ConnectionFactory needs to care for proper shutdown.

    As this bean implements DisposableBean, a bean factory will automatically invoke this on destruction of its cached singletons.

  • org.springframework.jdbc.datasource.SingleConnectionDataSource.destroy()
    Close the underlying Connection. The provider of this DataSource needs to care for proper shutdown.

    As this bean implements DisposableBean, a bean factory will automatically invoke this on destruction of its cached singletons.

  • org.springframework.jms.connection.CachingConnectionFactory.destroy()
  • org.springframework.jms.connection.SingleConnectionFactory.destroy()
    Close the underlying shared connection. The provider of this ConnectionFactory needs to care for proper shutdown.

    As this bean implements DisposableBean, a bean factory will automatically invoke this on destruction of its cached singletons.

  • org.springframework.jms.listener.DefaultMessageListenerContainer.destroy()
  • org.springframework.jmx.access.NotificationListenerRegistrar.destroy()
    Unregisters the specified NotificationListener.
  • org.springframework.osgi.service.exporter.support.OsgiServiceFactoryBean.destroy()
  • org.springframework.remoting.rmi.RmiServiceExporter.destroy()
    Unbind the RMI service from the registry on bean factory shutdown.
  • org.springframework.scheduling.concurrent.ThreadPoolTaskExecutor.destroy()
    Calls shutdown when the BeanFactory destroys the task executor instance. @see #shutdown()
  • org.springframework.validation.beanvalidation.LocalValidatorFactoryBean.destroy()
  • org.springframework.web.context.support.XmlWebApplicationContext.destroy()
  • org.springframework.xd.dirt.test.process.SingleNodeProcessingChain.destroy()
  • org.springframework.xd.dirt.test.process.SingleNodeProcessingChainConsumer.destroy()
  • org.springframework.xd.dirt.test.process.SingleNodeProcessingChainProducer.destroy()
  • org.springside.modules.nosql.redis.pool.JedisPool.destroy()
  • org.teavm.debugging.Breakpoint.destroy()
  • org.terasology.entitySystem.entity.EntityRef.destroy()
    Removes all components and destroys it
  • org.tools.sound.StreamPlayer.destroy()
    Tells the player to stop playing and end the running thread.
  • org.wicketstuff.security.actions.ActionFactory.destroy()
    Clean up any resources this factory holds.
  • org.wicketstuff.security.strategies.StrategyFactory.destroy()
    Called at the end of the applications lifecycle to clean up resources
  • org.wso2.carbon.cloud.csg.CSGProxyService.destroy()
    Destroy and do the aftermath once the service is no longer required @param serviceName the name of the proxy to undeploy @return does the service destroy successful/failed? @throws CSGException throws in case of an error
  • org.xlightweb.BodyDataSink.destroy()
    destroys this data sink
  • org.xsocket.connection.NonBlockingConnectionPool.destroy()
  • org.xtreemfs.babudb.index.LSMTree.destroy()
    Destroys the LSM tree. Frees all in-memory indices plus the on-disk tree.
  • org.xtreemfs.babudb.index.reader.DiskIndex.destroy()
  • org.xtreemfs.babudb.log.DiskLogIterator.destroy()
  • org.zeromq.ZContext.destroy()
    Destructor. Call this to gracefully terminate context and close any managed 0MQ sockets
  • org.zeromq.ZFrame.destroy()
  • org.zeromq.ZMsg.destroy()
    Destructor. Explicitly destroys all ZFrames contains in the ZMsg
  • org.zkoss.zk.ui.sys.PageCtrl.destroy()
    Called when this page is about to be detroyed. It is called by desktop, after removing it from the desktop.
  • org.zorbaxquery.api.Iterator.destroy()
  • org.zorbaxquery.api.XQuery.destroy()
  • redis.clients.jedis.JedisPool.destroy()
  • redis.clients.jedis.JedisSentinelPool.destroy()
  • redis.clients.jedis.ShardedJedisPool.destroy()
  • smack.down.Minion.destroy()
  • uk.org.ogsadai.client.toolkit.RequestResource.destroy()
  • voldemort.cluster.failuredetector.FailureDetector.destroy()
    Cleans up any open resources in preparation for shutdown.

    Note for implementors: After this method is called it is assumed that attempts to call the other methods will either silently fail, throw errors, or return stale information.

  • weibo4j.Timeline.Destroy()
    /2/statuses/destroy">statuses/destroy @since JDK 1.5
  • xcat.mobile.ccacore.MobileComponentIDClientImpl.destroy()

  • Examples of COM.activesw.api.client.BrokerAdminClient.destroy()

                    cfAdmin.setConnectionClientId("hermes-" + System.currentTimeMillis());
                    ctx.bind(clientGroup, cfAdmin);


                return ctx;
            catch (Exception e)
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    Examples of anvil.Product.destroy()

          Product product = new Product(
            context.getAddress(), scriptOutput, context.getCitizen(), script);
          try {
            product.forge("service", anyContext);
          } finally {
            product = null;

          if (printPretty) {
            ByteArrayOutputStream byteStream =(ByteArrayOutputStream)scriptOutput;
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    Examples of anvil.script.Context.destroy()

      public void clear()
        Context ctx = _context;
        if (ctx != null) {
        _context = null;
        _callable = null;
        _parameters = null;
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    Examples of appeng.api.networking.IGridConnection.destroy()

              IGridNode os = con.getOtherSide( this );
              if ( os == node )
                // if this connection is no longer valid, destroy it.
                if ( !isValidConnection )
                // throw new GridException( "invalid state found, encountered connection to phantom block." );
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    Examples of aspect.entity.Entity.destroy()

                        entity.addBehavior(new Behavior() {
                            public void update() {
                                if (entity.transform.position.y < -20.0f || isKeyDown(KEY_LCONTROL)) {
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    Examples of axis.org.apache.ws.generated.submgr.SubscriptionManagerHttpBindingStub.destroy()

          SubscriptionManagerHttpBindingStub subMgrBinding = getSubMgrBinding(  );
          assertNotNull( subMgrBinding );

          subMgrBinding.setResourceId( AxisGenTypesUtils.getResourceId( subscriptionReference ) );

          subMgrBinding.destroy( null );

          notificationListener = new PortListen( NOTIFICATION_LISTENER_PORT, 5000 );

          testDiskPortSetResourcePropertiesUpdate(  );
          String response = notificationListener.waitForIncomingMessage(  );
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    Examples of be.pw999.jape.tests.ITest.destroy()


                    //Test-class finished, clear resources and go to next test-class
                    log.trace("Test finished");
                    test = null;
                } catch (InitializationException e) {
                    log.error("Failed to initialize test " + clazz.getSimpleName() + ": " + e.getMessage(), e);
                } catch (InstantiationException e) {
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    Examples of ca.nengo.ui.models.UINeoNode.destroy()

            for (Node node : currentNodes.keySet()) {
                // Remove nodes which are no longer referenced by the network model
                if (getUINode(node) == null) {
                    UINeoNode nodeUI = currentNodes.get(node);

        if (getViewerParent().getNetworkParent() != null) {
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    Examples of cc.sketchchair.sketch.SketchShape.destroy()

            UndoAction action = (UndoAction) actions.get(i);

            if (action.action == UndoAction.ADD_SHAPE) {
              //if(() )
              SketchShape shape = (SketchShape) action.obj;


            if (action.action == UndoAction.ADD_PLANE) {
              //if(action.obj.getClass() )
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    Examples of ch.agent.crnickl.api.UpdatableChronicle.destroy()

        db = getContext().getDatabase();
        Chronicle testData = db.getChronicle(FULLNAME, false);
        if (testData != null) {
          UpdatableChronicle upd = testData.edit();
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