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  Aspect-Oriented Programming and JBoss
Subject:   more details
Date:   2003-06-10 12:05:53
From:   anonymous2
thank you for the article, i would like to see more of the following:


* comparison between JBoss AOP and AspectJ (especially for stand-alone JBoss AOP cases)


* more detailed examples of actual usage of AOP for something other than logging (example from JBoss implementation - security, transactions, etc)


* how would standalone JBoss AOP (standalone) work with servers that make heavy use of their own classloaders (weblogic, for instance), since JBoss AOP relies on its own classloader?

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  • This is total nonsense.
    2003-08-27 15:21:46  anonymous2 [View]

    I've read this article about 100,000 times and I can't see how this would revolutionize the cleaning of my cat box.

    public class CatBox(){
    public void clean(){
    }
    }

    Can anyone do this in AOP?
    • This is total nonsense.
      2003-10-07 15:33:23  anonymous2 [View]

      This stuff is not to be concerned to keep your cat box clean. It's seems to be more suitable for building a cat box with could be a doghouse under certain preconditions.

      Best regards
      Michael Werner (Hamburg/GR)
      • This is total nonsense.
        2004-02-17 11:33:28  msweetnam [View]

        well that clears that up! :-)
    • This is total nonsense.
      2004-02-17 11:37:43  msweetnam [View]

      I guess for me the attraction is that i can focus on the meat of the problem, and leave the "supporting" stuff until later. I'm sure you're familiar with what a pain implementing security is.. who want's all that muddling up the business logic?