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Rammivas introducing the actiom principles of AOP, it shows you how to create reusable solutions using AspectJ 6 and Spring 3.
Using the annotation-driven participant pattern Implementing the aspect An example using around advice: JUnit in Action, Second Edition. Defining EJB pointcuts Implicit limiting of join points with aspect associations 6.
AspectJ-based policy enforcement overview. Using the participant pattern. Logging the method parameters Configuring the load-time weaver 8. The lacdad 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 well as transaction management.
The after advice 7. Understanding the join point model. Examples of everyday situations in which AspectJ solutions can be applied, such as logging, policy enforcement, resource pooling, business logic, thread-safety, authentication and authorization, and transaction management are provided.
AspectJ in Action
Enforcement using AspectJ 6.
An overview of the worker object pattern Java Persistence with Hibernate, Second Edition. Aspecyj with aspects 6. Table of Contents detailed table of contents. Fine-tuning the solution Spring AOP under the hood 9. Implementing the JDBC transaction aspect. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
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Clear, concisely worded, well-organized The worker object creation pattern 8. You’ll master key features including annotation-based syntax, load-time weaver, annotation-based crosscutting, and Spring-AspectJ integration. Developing a core EJB enforcement aspect An overview of business rule implementation.
Improving conventional logging Utilizing the AspectJ syntax 9.
Implementing thread safety 9. Code Generation in Action Jack Herrington. Willie Wheeler with Joshua White. Declaring weave-time errors and warnings 5. Setting up the example 2.
Categorizing exposed join points. Java Reflection in Action. From inside the book. Dependency Injection Design patterns using Spring and Guice.
Modularizing security using AOP The next step