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Spring AOP(Aspect Oriented Programming) Tutorials

Spring » On Jul 16, 2012 { 24 Comments } By Sivateja

Hi friends, let us see the importance of Spring AOP(Aspect Oriented Programming), very very important module of spring framework.  In the enterprise level application programming we used to add different cross-cutting functionalities [cross-cutting functionalities means adding different types of services to the application at runtime automatically ]

For instance…

See in the above example, we are using 3 cross-cutting functionalities [ authentication,logging,transaction ] in 2 methods.  If we are going to do any modifications in logging service we need to modify 2 times right ? may be 100 times if we wrote  in 100 methods which is very difficult.  If i want to remove one service we need to open class file and delete the required things and need recompile, re-deploy needed.

So to avoid this, in spring AOP we can add these cross-cutting functionalities at run time :-) i mean we can separate the services [ cross-cutting functionalities  ] and our client logic.

So that our class length will be decreased.

  •  While implementing business logic for real time applications, apart from business logic some other services also will be added to make that as enterprise level one.
  • According to spring, the services that are overlapping on the business logic are called as cross-cutting functionalities, we already saw the drawbacks of implementing business logic + services.
  • In order to overcome the above problems, we need to separate the business logic and the services, we call this process of separation as AOP,  Using AOP the business logic and cross-cutting functionalities are implemented separately and executed at run time as combine.

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24 Responses to “Spring AOP(Aspect Oriented Programming) Tutorials”
  1. DhineshBabu .M says:

    hello Brother,
    thank you ,used simple English that can be helpful for Easily learning Spring.

    keep rocking…..

  2. Abhi Pate says:

    nice 1

    Thank You :)!!

  3. monika says:

    thanks sir… clear my dought…………this is good side for everyone

  4. It ease our job,thanx…….:P

  5. Padma says:

    Hi Sir…
    I have read your posts on Spring, its very easy to understand. Can you please provide remaining Spring modules..

  6. Ravi says:

    Done a fabulous job.But please update the remaining modules,We are eagerly waiting.
    Thank You

  7. Rajan says:

    Your Champion Boss !!

  8. M@hesh says:

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  9. Gaurav says:

    Very very good tutorial sir.

  10. Janardhan says:

    very good tutorial

  11. Ramesh says:

    Your tutorials very easy to learn and survive in the organization.
    It is helpful for beginners and experienced candidates

    Thank u boss

  12. Rajnai Upadhyaya says:

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  13. vishal patil says:

    thanks for giving this tutorial

  14. Dinesh says:

    Nice AOP concept ever.


  15. Sujata says:

    Very helpful and easy to understand. Thanks :)

  16. kanaiya says:

    nice sir very easy to learn for begineers ..

  17. Venkatakumar says:

    very nice explanation and simple to understand.

  18. preeti jain says:

    easy language

  19. Sana says:

    Great Work..Keep it up

  20. krish says:

    Excellent boss no body explained this AOP like you…..Thank you so much brother…:)))

  21. Akanksha says:

    Very easy to understand the concept of AOP and explanation….Thanks..!

  22. omkar says:

    very nice Explanation bro…
    keep it up…

  23. Mithun says:

    You are the best bro. Please keep doing this .


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