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Google Web Toolkit Applications question

Brian E Smith

Joined: Mar 29, 2002
Posts: 11
I still consider myself new to GWT, but I've been working on a project which uses GWT, and the GWT-RPC mechanism. I'm curious whether there's a way to lay Spring AOP on top of the service implementation methods. If the server-side objects are being created by the web container, is there a way to load them via Spring?

I've got three server side objects. They each have a method in common. At first, I created a super class, but still had no way for Spring to create the objects. So I created another class which implements the method, and in the constructor for the servlet class use Spring to create the service class, which I can now wrap with an aop:around method.

I hope my question makes sense.

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