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Expose Proxy in java-based @Aspect configurationPage Title Module
I'm migrating our XML config to java-based config. Our AOP config now needs to use AspectJ's @Aspect annotations (AFAIK). But we need to expose our proxy. Is there a way to do this in java-based configuration and/or AspectJ?