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I understand that Spring consfirms to aop alliance standards. How significant is aopalliance? I guess AspectJ's way of writing aspects is very different from the interface driven AopAlliance apis. Is aopalliance considered a standard / something or it is just one of those attempts at standardizing AOP?. Is JBossAOP also compliant with this standard?
Hi everyone, for what I understand , Core Spring AOP interfaces are built on AOP Alliance AOP interoperability interfaces. AOP Alliance is a standard created by the community, and not by Sun or others companies. for what I read in the article "AOP Alliance: Bring together different AOP frameworks" in theServerSide.com Most of the AOP frameworks available today are taking the AOP Alliance standard. You can read at http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=20100
E.L.<br /> <br />SCJP
Joined: Jul 12, 2004
You're right Emman. There were some interesting entries on the mailing list .