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AOP - What is an Advisor

 
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Hi Everyone,

Is an Advisor a Pointcut? Just like DefaultPointcutAdvisor ?

And what does crosscutting mean ?

Thanks in Advance,

Pramod
 
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From my point of view,
Pointcut and Advisor are two different jargons used for same purpose.

Defines where exactly the Advices have to be applied in various Join Points.


crosscutting are the additional functionalities like logging, transaction management, user validation which are not part of actual functionality but are necessary for its completeness.

this link might help you to understand in better way.
http://spring.javabeat.net/articles/2007/07/introduction-to-spring-aspect-oriented-programming-aop/
 
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Thank You Amol
 
Yeah. What he said. Totally. Wait. What? Sorry, I was looking at this tiny ad:
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