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Singleton class + DI/IOC

 
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I am planning to apply logging(log4j) during runtime for my Singleton class using DI/IOC. Can i need Spring AOP / AspectJ for DI ?
 
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DI and AOP are orthogonal concepts. I think you want to use AOP, not DI.

So I guess you don't want to have logging code in your singleton class?
 
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Yes, I do not want looging code in DAO class.
 
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