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To Authors: Spring and AOP

Srikanth Shenoy
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Spring's use of AOP has been of interest to me.
Do you cover the usage of AOP in Spring.
Srikanth Shenoy
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Sorry, I jumped in before looking at the Table of Contents.
Looks like AOP is covered with just enough depth required.
Perfect...

I am looking forward for this book.
Ryan Breidenbach
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It looks like you answered your own question, but just to add on...

Yes, we cover AOP. In fact, chapter 3 is dedicated to this topic. We also cover AOP as it pertains to declarative transaction management in depth in chapter 5.
Craig Walls
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Originally posted by Ryan Breidenbach:
It looks like you answered your own question, but just to add on...

Yes, we cover AOP. In fact, chapter 3 is dedicated to this topic. We also cover AOP as it pertains to declarative transaction management in depth in chapter 5.


And to some degree we also cover how Spring AOP is used for declarative security in chapter 11.

Also, you'll find that Spring AOP is sprinkled around in some of the remoting stuff.

You simply cannot write a book on Spring without covering AOP.


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