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i'm in trouble with managing unknow aspects at runtime and i want to know if this kind of feature is supported by jboss-aop. I'll try to explain my problem with an example:
I have two classes, Service and ServiceManager.
Both are tagged with @Prepare ("all(this)").
ServiceManager listens to aspect class (tagged with @Aspect e defining some bindings). When an aspect arrives, ServiceManager load the class using the following code:
AspectManager manager = AspectManager.instance(ucl);
AspectAnnotationLoader loader = new AspectAnnotationLoader(manager);
InputStream in = new DataInputStream(ObjectFromNetwork));
List list = new ArrayList();
Iterator iterator = list.iterator();
So far the only results I obtained are that the deploy seems to end successfully but the advice is not thrown or the following exception:
There is a way to resolve this problem using jboss-aop?
In the documentation I found something similar using the JBoss AS where, an aspect inserted in a pre-defined directory, is automatically deployed.
How does this feature really work?