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Re: [aspectj-users] AspectJ and JBoss AOP implementation
- From: Wes Isberg <wes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 15:27:55 -0800
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> Are there any functionalities that can be done using AspectJ but not
> the JBoss implementation?
Well, taking the alphabetically first example,
can JBoss implement Bean functionality on any class? That would
be a nice way to implement MBeans, so someone must have tried.
I expect it goes both ways. Right now AspectJ doesn't have
pointcuts to pick up C# metadata tags.
For interesting things that both AspectJ and JBoss can do,
it would be nice to compare the source code and steps necessary
to do it, and see which ones are easier.
(Proposed Dec 2002 on JBoss-AspectJ thread, but no takers...
Arun Natarajan wrote:
Has someone recently evaluated AspectJ and the JBoss implementation? I read
some old papers talking about the performance related issues with JBoss, but
any other differences? JBoss seems to be more easy to learn than AspectJ.
Are there any functionalities that can be done using AspectJ but not using
the JBoss implementation?
I have just started using AspectJ and someone suggeted considering JBoss, so
just wondering if there are any advantages of using AspectJ over the JBoss
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