Spring AOP Static Pointcut Example

Spring » on Sep 16, 2012 { 5 Comments } By Sivateja

Pointcut verifies whether a particular method of particular class is eligible for getting the advice or not. It means the pointcut verifies the class names and method names, but not run time parameters of the method.  in spring AOP we have 2 static pointcut classes

  • NameMatchMethodPointcut
  • RegxpMethodPointcut

Above 2 classes are predefined static pointcut classes given by spring AOP framework.  These classes are just going to verify whether the method name is matching with given condition or not, but these 2 classes doesn’t check whether the class names are matching or not. According to the predefined static point cuts, they wont verify the class name is matching or not but makes all classes eligible to get advices by default.

Let us see one by one static pointcut with example.


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5 Responses to “Spring AOP Static Pointcut Example”
  1. karthikeya says:

    Dear brother is this aop sufficient to work in real time

  2. nandu says:

    i am new to java.can u please explain whats the meaning for / in web.xml while executing spring program,,,, and one more why we are using the @RequestMapping as annotation.

  3. Good website and best explanation for any beginner to learn, I m reading Spring Framework and it is vey use full for me to understand for the first time only, well done nice job 5 out of 5.

  4. srikanth says:

    great effort sivateja…it helped a lot !!! Thank you

  5. Mihir says:

    please write an article on Spring Cache. Why we use spring cache and complete implementation of spring cache with redis.We need to know about Spring BOOT also.


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