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Spring AOP Vs AspectJ Vs JBossAOP

 
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Which one 1000% supports Aspect Oriented Progrmaming(AOP) Spring / AspectJ / JBoss AOP?
 
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Any update ?
 
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Ok this is my understanding and I might be wrong.
Other than the issue of wiring the Aspect itself (runtime , compile time etc),
isn't the pointcut definition that is crucial for any AOP implementation?
So when you say 1000% , does it mean that you are looking for a AOP framework that offer most flexiblity when it comes to pointcut expressions?

I know this doesn't answer your question but atleast it can have some discussion going.
 
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Spring has a quite complete AOP implementation, so does AspectJ, but they use different underlying philosophies.

Personally I couldn't care less about religiously following specs or standards to "1000% accuracy". If it is good enough to get the job done it's good enough.
 
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Hi Joren, As per my view Spring doesn't support 100% AOP implementation.
 
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