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  • Applying AOP to OSGi service

    Hi,

    is there an elegant way to apply an aspect to all OSGi services registered in an application context?

    Background: We want to use monitoring for all public methods of our OSGi services. We do _not_ want to monitor the public API of each bean created in the application context.

    We are looking for an out-out solution. That means that there should be no need to write boilerplate code/XML config/annotation for every single service. Only if a service is not to be monitored there should be a way for signalling this.

    Any ideas, suggestions, solutions?

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    Maybe org.osgi.framework.ServiceFactory?

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