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Re: [aspectj-users] Pratical AOP

Hi, Ron Bodkon must have tons of examples. And also
you might be interested in reading our papers about
our application of AspectJ to middleware. Almost all
of our aspects are middleware specific (threading,
reliable messaging, so on). And we also show that,
through an aspect oriented architecture, we preserve
and improve the benchmark performance of commercial
CORBA product. One thing we didn't do is the
application of use cases, but hopefully it is
practical enough in your sense.
Pointers:
Charles Zhang, Gilbert Gao and Hans-Arno Jacobsen.
Generic Middleware Substrate through Modelware. In
ACM/IFIP/USENIX 6th International Middleware
Conference (Middleware 2005), Grenoble, France
November 28th - December 2nd, 2005

Charles Zhang and Hans-Arno Jacobsen. Resovling
Feature Convolution in Middleware Systems. In
Proceedings of the 19th ACM SIGPLAN conference on
Object-oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and
Applications 

--- Vinicius Carvalho <java.vinicius@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello there! I'm presenting a lecture about AOP in
> our company, and one of
> the hardest things I see on aspects is the pratical
> AOP. AOP itself is easy,
> the concepts are well structured, the point is, how
> to use AOP in an
> efficient way? I've been looking for some case
> studies, but all I found is
> the same stuff always (Logging, Transaction,
> Security, SQA (declare
> warnings))...
> Does anyone knows an interesting use of AOP mixing
> with UseCases and stuff?
> I've tried that book: Aspected-Oriented Software
> Development with Use Cases,
> but I didn't find anything interesting as well.
> 
> Any suggestions, papers hints?
> 
> Regards
> 
> Vinicius Carvalho
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Yawn !!