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Hi

This is Ramesh. I have to Implement Spring AOP in my project for providing Seurity and transaction. I am new to Spring.

can any one please suggest me how do I start and what are the system requirements for this.


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Well Spring will use AOP to be able to provide Transactions and Security, but you won't have to implement the AOP code yourself. Just declare a bean of transactionManager. Spring has many TransactionManager classes for any environment. Then use Spring security.

Now if you choose to configure it all with xml, then you will need to know the AOP expression language. If you use Annotations, my preference, then you have less typing and don't have to know the AOP expression language. Although it would be beneficial to understand how to read the expression language at some point.

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