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Logging the method parameters Declaring aspect precedence 7. Similarities between aspects and classes 6.
Acion join points 3. Setting up the application 9. Mapping weave-time declarations 7.
Implementing “no nonfinal static field access”. AspectJ in the maintenance phase.
AOP in the implementation phase Benefits of AOP 1. Ordering of advice 6. Introduction to AOP 1. Managing system concerns 1.
Proxy-based AOP with Spring 9. Implementing thread safety 9.
Join point demonstration example 3. A summary of the exception introduction pattern. You’ll master key features including annotation-based syntax, load-time weaver, annotation-based crosscutting, and Spring-AspectJ integration. Implementing the core business logic.
The current solution and its challenges. AspectJ-based database connection pooling. The wormhole pattern Implementing authentication aspects Adding an aspect 2.
Differences between aspects and classes 6. Learning design patterns This new edition focuses on Spring-AspectJ integration, which is a major feature of Spring 2. Untangling with aspects 5. The second and third parts present examples of everyday situations in which you can use simple and easy AspectJ solutions to implement common system requirements such as logging, policy enforcement, resource pooling, business rules, thread-safety, authentication and authorization, as lddad as transaction management.
Enterprise AOP with Spring. View table of bg. Transaction-management aspect almost from scratch The join point model 2. Role of ADPP in library aspects Wildcards and pointcut operators.