It is very easy to start with, and can be used for getting complicated things done very easy.For example, Spring Transactional Management is made possible using Spring AOP.We get to see the reveal and who is responsible,' he said, before ominously adding: 'It's never obvious.'Patrick's revelations were all the more surprising, as he'd spent much of the interview evading even the possibility of sharing any spoilers; he even pulled out a box containing the sweet treat baklava - a play on balaclava - to distract the hosts.His interview comes after Martin Compston, whose character was attacked by the 'balaclava man', revealed there was a clue to his imminent attack hiding in plain sight - and it involves his wardrobe.In the end, you can always disable aspects on production environment once you solve performance problems.You can also enable it or disable it dynamically if you think your log file will become cluttered.I wondered if any eagle-eyed fans clocked, "Well he's in his old suit today, so something bad is going to happen".'DS Arnott woke up from the fall in last Sunday's episode, but so far he's been unable to nail down what viewers already know - that Thandie Newton's character's husband Nick (Lee Ingleby) is the culprit. Martin Compston, whose character was attacked by the 'balaclava man', recently explained that his character DS Steve Arnott was wearing an old suit in the scenes leading up to the shocking balcony fall The actor, who actually hails from Inverclyde, Scotland and adopts a London accent to play Steve Arnott, admits he was nervous about the fate of the 'annoying' officer, especially as the writers are not scared of killing off major characters.'He's hanging in there.
Add support for spring-aop and aspectj If you are using maven, and not using spring-aop already, just add this two new dependencies. Define your aspect and pointcuts There are two ways two define aspects : With @Aspect annotation, or in Spring`s file. You can check Spring’s AOP documentation which Joint Point, Advice, Pointcuts, etc. For example if you want to log what method is returning, use @After Returnung Advice: If you want to dynamically enable/disable logging, one way this can be done is introducing new flag in Logging Aspect.Basically, think about AOP as an interceptor for method calls, where you can add extra functionality.Spring AOP is one of the key components of Spring Framework.Aspect Oriented Programming allows you to “define cross-cutting concerns that can be applied across separate, very different, object models”.AOP complements Object Oriented Programming by increasing modularity with applying common behavior to multiple non-related object models.