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AspectJ in action question

 
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Welcome to the ranch Ramnivas!
Does your book have AOP examples outside of Debugging and Logging examples?
Are companies using AOP in the real world? If so, which ones?
I just attended an AOP talk by Joseph Gradecki on his book "Mastering AspectJ" and AOP sounds interesting. I like the idea of using it at least for debug and log stuff but it doesn't sound like companies are too keen on the idea of dynamic code in production. With debugging I can see where you crosscut your build for debugging, then do the build without the crosscut for production.
Do you also include Ant build.xml files to show us how to do the crosscut and examples of how to organize our crosscut code and project source code?
What are some other good situations you've seen that call for AOP?
Do you recommend using Eclipse as your IDE for AspectJ?
What are some other good IDEs for AspectJ?
Thanks for answering questions on your book.
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