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Re: [aspectj-users] LTW without need for javaagent


Andy,

What is being shared, the installation or the instantiation? So do you share the definition of the system or the system itself. I am not familiar with the JBoss environment.

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Hi:

Here's my scenario:
I'm running in a shared JBoss environment so I can't change the JVM command line arguments to include a javaagent.

Is there any other way I could possibly enable LTW that anyone could possibly think of?  Using Spring maybe?

I know this might be a very specific JBoss question, but any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks
Andy O
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