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RE: [aspectj-users] AspectJ Production suitability

Jeppe,
 
1) Take this answer with a Serious grain of salt, but I am pretty sure Websphere has almost first rate support for aspectj.  Also, as you mention it is JVM compatible byte code that is spit out.
 
2)  In a previous life, I built an Java/Swing [read Fat Client] for a Collections Call Center app.  This app was deployed to 3000+ users on the desktop.  We strictly tested for performance as it was used through out our data access layer and we could not afford any response time lags.  I started using aspect back around the 1.0 days.
 
Ron

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From: aspectj-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Jeppe Cramon
Sent: Mon 5/15/2006 5:35 AM
To: aspectj-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [aspectj-users] AspectJ Production suitability



Hi

I have a client who's interested in using AspectJ 1.5.x in a new Spring based project.
Before they commit to using AspectJ they have some concerns that I hope some of you can help me address with facts.

- My client has heard rumors that since AspectJ is a two compile step the weaved code wont be able run under for instance WebSphere since it's doesn't use a standard SUN JVM. I've assured them that this is not a problem, since the weaved code is compatible with all JVM's. But to assure them is there an official AspectJ writing you can point me to where this issue is addressed?

- Do you know of any large financial applications in production that uses AspectJ weaved code?

Best regards

Jeppe Cramon
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