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Is there a way to handle logging of exceptions.

 
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for instance,

i have 5 java classes all these has try catch block in it.

when an exception happens ... that exception has to be logged in the logs.

BUT WE WILL NOT PUT EVEN A SINGLE LINE OF CODE IN THE 5 CLASSES.

SOME OTHER CLASS SAY, CLASS 6 HAS TO DO THIS MONITORING ALL OTHER 5 CLASSES FOR EXCEPTIONS.

IS THIS POSSIBLE / OR IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY TO DO THAT.
 
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And please do not post in all uppercase characters.
 
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Sounds like what you are looking for is aspect oriented programming. AspectJ is one implementation that you could try.
 
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Hi Arun,
I have also heard some how that it can be achieved by AOP. Moreover, I am very curious to achieve the same functionality of logging in my application.But I don't know how to write it, as I have never used AOP.
Can you please point some URL where I can get beginner level examples of AOP.

thanks in advance !!
[ June 18, 2008: Message edited by: Ramesh Kumar Swarnkar ]
 
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You can look at this URL for one of the several available implementation of AOP.
http://www.eclipse.org/aspectj/doc/released/progguide/index.html
 
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Thank you very much Arun for this link.


regards,
Ramesh
 
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