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What can javassist do with the beans created by spring already?

 
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According to javassist doc, I didn't find a way to modify the bean instance created by spring already. We're having many web project running on tomcat and want to do some extra operation through dropping our jar file including some classes to extend the task of loaded classes using javassist at runtime into those projects when ,for instance, dao beans are invoked. Apparently we are not allowed to change the existing source cause that's a horrible big work. All class instance in javassist samples are created by javassist.

Any one any ideas?

thanks.
 
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