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Re: [aspectj-users] @DeclareParents disallowed

Are you correctly setting the inpath to include the rife jars? The execution pointcut will be weaved against Rife classes, so I think you should provide rife jars in the inpath.

.w( the_mindstorm )p.

#: Raoul Pierre changed the world a bit at a time by saying on 11/19/2005 1:37 PM :#
Andy, Alex,

Thank you for your help.

Yes it has. Check the developer notebook included with the aspectj
distribution, the version on the AJ website hasnt been updated yet. Here is a snippet relevant to what you are doing:

Now with code below, the aspect detects "407 AspectJ markers at this line"!

Good but ... the after advice is never executed.

With a simple after advice, without declare parents statement, everything is ok.

Any idea?


package com.uwyn.ecalendar.aop;

import org.aspectj.lang.annotation.After;
import org.aspectj.lang.annotation.Aspect;
import org.aspectj.lang.annotation.DeclareParents;

public class TestAop3 {

    public static Moody introduced = new MoodyImpl();

@After("execution(public static String com.uwyn.rife.config.RifeConfig.Tools.getDefaultLanguage()) && this(m)")
public void feelingMoody(Moody m) {
System.out.println("[TestAop3.feelingMoody] after RifeConfig.Tools.getDefaultLanguage: " + m.getMood());


package com.uwyn.ecalendar.aop;

public interface Moody {
    String getMood();

package com.uwyn.ecalendar.aop;

public class MoodyImpl implements Moody {
    private String mood = "Mood.HAPPY";

    public String getMood() {
      return this.mood;

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