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where is the pointcut in this example

 
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this is my xml file


this is main class


this example works fine.
i need to know what is the pointcut here?
 
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What makes you think there is one? Maybe actually try to figure out what's happening by reading the Spring documentation for the classes and configuration you're using would be helpful?

And when you're referencing/quoting resources available on the web, it's helpful to include a link, otherwise we don't know the what you're trying to do, what "it's working" means, and so on.
 
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when i run main class it gives this

 
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Is that a question or a statement? We can't magically see the code you're running--we have no idea if that's what's supposed to happen or not. Good grief.
 
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