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An overview of the wormhole pattern. Employing AspectJ in development phases The after advice 7.
Manning | AspectJ in Action
Handling legacy system issues. Injecting dependencies with Spring and AspectJ The participant pattern Mapping weave-time declarations 7. Selection based on static structure Implementing authorization aspects AOP by analogy 1. To allow the creation of truly modular software, OOP has evolved into aspect-oriented programming. The reusable code examples that are provided will enable quick implementation of functionality in your system. The conventional solution AOP in the implementation phase The wormhole pattern template Filtering field content Tracing in action Improving inventory management Selecting join points of interest A summary of the participant pattern.
Ordering advice in a single aspect 6. Implementing flexible access control. A quick overview of Spring Security.
Writing your first AspectJ program. Improving the solution 9.
Detecting the violation AspectJ in Action, Second Edition: Common crosscutting constructs 2. Examples of everyday situations Mapping static crosscutting 7.
Constructor join points 3. Applying general policies The applications and rambivas code presented in this book show how AOP vastly simplifies enterprise development.
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Improving domain logic Choosing syntax and weaving 8. Implementing the core concern. Accessing join point context via reflection 4. Diving into the AspectJ syntax 7.
Part 1 Understanding AOP and AspectJ
AspectJ-based policy enforcement overview. Modularizing NDC with conventional logging Softening checked exceptions 5. Additional ideas in implementing security Weaving into JAR files using an Ant task.