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Re: [aspectj-users] How to get an initialized instance reference from constructor pointcut?

Tahir's right about the second case.

In the first case, though you need to bind the 'l' to something. So, try this:

after()ÂreturningÂ(ArrayListÂl):Âcall(ArrayList.new(..)) && target(l) {

ÂÂÂ ...

}




On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 10:36 PM, éæ <shaojinvivian@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi, everyone.
I'm using aspectJ to help me get an initialized instance reference after its constructor called.Â

At first, I wrote some code like this:

after()ÂreturningÂ(ArrayListÂl):Âcall(ArrayList.new(..))

butÂthe reference l I got seems not be initialized yet.

This is the first rule mentioned inÂhttp://dev.eclipse.org/mhonarc/lists/aspectj-users/msg00019.html


Then I changed my code into this:

after(ArrayList l)Âreturningthis(l) &&execution(ArrayList.new(..))

(which is written according to the second rule mentioned in msg00019)

but this time, no matched join point has been found in the program...


My question is : how can I getÂan initialized instance reference using AspectJ?


Thanks very much!



Vivian

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Jin Shao

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