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Are there any other Java Aspect Oriented frameworks with siginificant momentum?
 
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AspectJ,
AspectWerkz andJBoss AOP

Along with Spring are the major players.

and here is an article on AOP framework comparison
 
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The comparison article introduced a number of terms/concepts taht I am unfamiliar with and didn't spend any time explaining them. For example crosscutting and Join points which were defined in terms of crosscuts. Perhaps you could point me to a good (and short) article about aspect oriented programming itself?
 
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May be you can try this one for AOP Intro
You can just ignore the AspectWerkz part of it.

and now that we are on the topic of Spring,

this could help you get on to speed with Spring AOP.
 
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Thnak you - these were very informative.
 
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is'nt aspectJ a built-in plugin in eclipse?
 
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Originally posted by Preetham Chandrasekhar:
is'nt aspectJ a built-in plugin in eclipse?



Yes thats correct AJDT.
 
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Originally posted by Preetham Chandrasekhar:
is'nt aspectJ a built-in plugin in eclipse?


Well, actually AspectJ -- the language and compiler -- can be used outside of Eclipse as well. However, most people probably use the AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) toolkit because it provides IDE features for writing AspectJ code.
 
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Hi Guys,
Is there any free-small "web-project" which is using AOP,
which i can download and understand...

Thanks In advance,
-Navi.
[ November 16, 2005: Message edited by: Navi Navi ]
 
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