By default, OverOps only examines and displays your code while ignoring classes such as Proxy classes, Mock classes, and others.
The following is a list of class patterns that are ignored (banned) out-of-the-box.
This list has been updated to the OverOps Java Micro-Agent release 4.44.11.
com/sun/proxy/$Proxy sun/proxy/$Proxy sun/reflect/Generated Proxy $Proxy
Note that there are proxies that reside in the user's package, but have a standard $Proxy prefix to their simple class name.
System/internal Java Classes that Interface with Low-level Components
Miscellaneous Java Classes
java.io java.lang java.math java.net java.nio java.security java.sql java.text java.util
Play 1.x Template Classes
Play Closure Classes
JBoss AOP and Proxies
cglib (used by Spring AOP, Mockito...)
Google Guice-generated Classes
JSP Tag Classes
New Relic Instrumentation Helpers and Wrappers
IntelliJ Groovy HotSwap
Java's Method Handle (LambdaForm)
MVEL2 Accessor Classes
IBM J9 Internal Class
Apache Harmony Class
Sisu - Guice-generated Classes
Classes with the following in their names:
Closure Auto Generated Classes
Classes with the following in their name:
Updated about 2 years ago