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Re: [aspectj-users] How to write pointcut

Doh! Of course!  Did you get an error when you used "within"? It's supposed to just take a type _expression_.
dean

On Jan 24, 2008, at 12:36 PM, Parmar, Dipak (IS Consultant) wrote:

“withincode” make it work. Here is the working pointcut.
 
@Pointcut("call(* java.sql.Statement+.execute*(..)) && withincode(@com.xyz.Profiling * *(..)) ")
 

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Doesn’t work.
 
This will work if Profiling is a class level annotation.  In my case, it’s a method level annotation.
 
 

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Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 4:27 PM
To: aspectj-users@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [aspectj-users] How to write pointcut
 
I can never remember the correct syntax, so I looked at one of my aspects that uses annotations ;)
 
I think you want to remove the '@' from the "within", i.e.,
 
@Pointcut("call(* java.sql.Statement+.execute*(..)) && within(@com.xyz.Profiling * *(..)) ")
 
 
Hope this helps!
 
dean
 
On Jan 23, 2008, at 3:11 PM, Parmar, Dipak (IS Consultant) wrote:
 
I’m writing an aspect to major a performance of a stored-procedure call.  I would like my aspect to get called when the method has “Profiling” aspect.  I tried various approach but it can’t seem to make it work. 
 
Here is the snippet of code:
 
public class JDBCProfilingAspect {
 
            @Profiling 
            public void makeProfileDataBaseCall() {
 
                        .............
                CallableStatement statement = connection.prepareCall("{ call PACKAGE.PROCEDURE(?) }");
                statement.execute();
                        ........................
            }
 
            public void makeDataBaseCall() {
 
                        .............
                CallableStatement statement = connection.prepareCall("{ call PACKAGE.PROCEDURE(?) }");
                statement.execute();
                        ........................
            }
 
}
 
// Doesn’t work
@Pointcut("call(* java.sql.Statement+.execute*(..)) && @within(@com.xyz.Profiling * *(..)) ")
public void profileJDBCExecute() {
}
 
// Doesn’t work
@Pointcut("call(* java.sql.Statement+.execute*(..)) && @annotation(com.xyz.Profiling * *(..)) ")
public void profileJDBCExecute() {
}
 
 
DP.
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