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Introducing members to multiple types. Injecting dependencies with Spring and AspectJ The applications and reusable code presented in this book show how AOP vastly simplifies enterprise aspwctj.
The next step Implementing fault tolerance for transactional operations The around advice 7. Implementing a security solution from scratch.
Part 1 Understanding AOP and AspectJ
Modularizing NDC with conventional logging Using the annotation-driven participant pattern Developing a simple AspectJ-based solution Using Ant with AspectJ. AspectJ weaving models 8. Sharing tracing aspect functionality He has worked with object-oriented systems for many years and with aspect-oriented programming for the past three years. Similarities between aspects and classes 6. The wormhole pattern template Checking for the order-level constraint Testing the fault-tolerance aspect It’s a hands-on guide for Java developers.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Comparing syntax styles 7. Service level security Grails in Action, Second Edition. The participant pattern Constructor join points 3. What applications is AOP suitable for?
Spring AspectJ integration 2. Aspect inheritance and precedence.
Detecting the violation Selecting join points of interest Implementing the JDBC transaction aspect. Annotation type abstraction Groovy in Action, Second Edition. AspectJ in the maintenance lsddad. No eBook available Amazon. Mapping static crosscutting 9.
The annotation-driven participant pattern template Costs of AOP 1. Named and anonymous pointcuts 3. Specifying aspect association 7. Modifying the type hierarchy 5. An overview of the rule engine. It is essential reading for both beginners who know nothing about AOP and experts who think they know it all.
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Passing context from a join point to advice. The AspectJ compiler A. Integration with Spring 9. Applications of AspectJ with Spring Setting up the application 9. Implementing the aspect Comparing advice with methods. Configuring the aspect