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Jess with EJB or AOP

 
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Ernest, if anyone were to start to get into building components would you recommend learning Jess with EJB or AOP . Which of these are a more natural fit with Jess ? Or is Jess so veratile it will work well with either ?
I noticed in an earlier thread you mentioned that AspectJ has a chapter on Jess.Could you tell us more about the work that led to this chapter ?
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Hmmm. EJB vs. AOP. I guess I'm not enough of an AOP maven to see these as alternatives. Apparently the AOP folks say you can weave "persistence" or "replication" in as an aspect; I'll have to take their word for it! Anyway, Jess can be (and has been) used with both, I think equally well. Jess doesn't impose an archtecture on an application, so it's pretty flexible about what you do with it.


I noticed in an earlier thread you mentioned that AspectJ has a chapter on Jess.Could you tell us more about the work that led to this chapter ?


This is Ramnivas Laddad's work (the author of "AspectJ in Action.") He's going to be here soon for another book promotion, so you can ask him about it!
 
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Thank you so much.
We have been working you really hard.
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No problem at all, it's been fun.
 
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