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Subject:   access method return value
Date:   2003-06-03 09:15:52
From:   anonymous2
can I do that?
set the return value of a method?


regards,


Horst.

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  • access method return value
    2003-06-03 09:25:28  anonymous2 [View]

    Like this:

    response = invocation.invokeNext();
    response.setResponse(newValue);
    return response;

    Regards,
    Adrian
  • access method return value
    2003-06-03 09:21:43  patriot1burke [View]

    Yes, you can change the value of a return, and even a constructor or field access.

    We do this in JBoss 4 with our transaction ACID pojos. We intercept field access to a POJO and return the value that is associated with the transaction.

    Bill
    • access method return value
      2003-06-03 14:14:47  anonymous2 [View]

      Maybe the question is dumb, but what is 'POJO'?
      I haven't heard this term before.
      Is it like 'foo'?
      • access method return value
        2003-06-03 14:19:34  anonymous2 [View]

        PlainOldJavaObject

        This is compared with a managed object,
        like a servlet or an ejb.

        Regards,
        Adrian