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Utilizing Spring AOP for tracing Aspect inheritance and precedence.

Manning | AspectJ in Action

Type signature patterns 3. The annotation-driven participant pattern template Manning- Computers – pages.

A summary of the participant pattern. Detecting Swing concurrency control policy violations. Refactoring using aspects Introducing members to multiple types 5.

Costs of AOP 1. Grails in Action, Second Edition. An overview of the wormhole pattern Features not implemented in AspectJ. Transaction management in architecture Examples of everyday situations Providing a default interface implementation 5.

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Employing AOP in development phases. Utilizing incremental compilation using actipn Ant task. Setting up the test scenario. Hadoop in Action Chuck Lam. Lucene in Action, Second Edition.

Build-time source code weaving 8. The participant pattern Implementing concurrency control Testing the fault-tolerance aspect Comparing Spring AOP syntax 9. Implementing the second business rule.

AspectJ in Action, Second Edition : Enterprise AOP with Spring

The before advice 7. Introducing compile-time errors and warning. Implementing concurrency control Choosing syntax and weaving 8. AspectJ weaving models 8.

Part 1 Understanding AOP and AspectJ

Design patterns and idioms 8. A summary of the participant pattern Modularizing the read-write lock pattern. The conventional solution Injecting dependencies with Spring and AspectJ