Does Java Dynamic Proxies live in the Non-Heap Memory ?

Using JAXWS I create a lot of dynamic proxies.

I pay attention that creating proxy causes to growing loaded classes in the JVM,   together with it grow Non-Heap Memory usage.

As I understand JAXWS creates Dynamic Proxies.

Does these Proxies live in the Non-Heap Memory ?

How these proxies can be cleaned out ?

 

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