3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 5, 2004 2:47 PM by nikhilkumar

    AspectJ and JBOSS

    nikhilkumar Newbie

       

      "NikhilKumar" wrote:
      "NikhilKumar" wrote:
      Hi,

      Can I use the aspectJ framework in JBOSS? Any experience?

      Regards,
      Nikhil


        • 1. Re: AspectJ and JBOSS
          marc fleury Master

           

          "marc fleury" wrote:
          "marc fleury" wrote:
          you can use aspectJ with anything. Running the compiler will work. But exactly what feature are you missing from the JBoss AOP framework?


          • 2. Re: AspectJ and JBOSS
            nikhilkumar Newbie

             

            "NikhilKumar" wrote:
            "NikhilKumar" wrote:
            Mike,

            The issue is that, based on what I gather from the forum and the web, JBoss AOP requires JBoss 4.XX, which is not there yet. The project I am working on is JBoss 3.2.3 based, running late and I would like to use Aspect Oriented programming to address a particular service.

            Given that, I thought it would be more appropriate to pursue the use of AspectJ which is more readily available.

            Are there any best practices/ lessons learned by anyone using AOP (specifically AspectJ and JBOSS 3.2.3

            Regards,
            Nikhil


            • 3. Re: AspectJ and JBOSS
              nikhilkumar Newbie

               

              "NikhilKumar" wrote:
              "NikhilKumar" wrote:
              Marc (NOT Mike, sorry for the typo)

              The issue is that, based on what I gather from the forum and the web, JBoss AOP requires JBoss 4.XX, which is not there yet. The project I am working on is JBoss 3.2.3 based, running late and I would like to use Aspect Oriented programming to address a particular service.

              Given that, I thought it would be more appropriate to pursue the use of AspectJ which is more readily available.

              Are there any best practices/ lessons learned by anyone using AOP (specifically AspectJ and JBOSS 3.2.3 )

              Regards,
              Nikhil