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Debugging projects with AspectJ ?

jamal elbaa
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Joined: Mar 18, 2009
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is it possible to debug a project done in AspectJ, in otherwise telle us how you see the unit-test phase in this type of project
Mark Spritzler
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With any Java code using JPDA can remote debug anything. Are you using an IDE. In both Eclipse and IntelliJ I can set break points in Aspect classes and step through the code.

In essence it really is no difference than debugging any Java code.

Mark


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jamal elbaa
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thank you for your reply
that's enough explanation

I have worked extensively with architecture jsf-spring-hibernate, and I want to improve my level architecture, my next project will be done with AOP, EJB3 and other design-patterns.

I do not know if your book about AspectJ will help me to achieve my goal
Ramnivas Laddad
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I think the book will help such a project. But take a look at book's Table of Content to decide.

-Ramnivas


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jamal elbaa
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thank you very much for your answer
 
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