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  • A way around AOP Alliance?

    I have learned that license for the AOP Alliance JAR is public domain, which is great, but unfortunately this is not refelected on the web site or in the distribution. I have doubts that my legal department will accept a license statement in a mailing list.

    That said... Is there any way to use the AOP features in Spring without that JAR? Is there a property to disable the AOP Alliance dependency? What about creating the interfaces in a different package -- is there a way to get Spring to use these interfaces without rewrite Spring code?

    Thank you for the help. I definately would prefer to take advantage of the AOP features in Spring as that seems to be where the greatest benefits come (for my particular application).

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    Actually, it's pretty central to Spring's AOP - for good reason. So in short, the answer is no.