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  • Spring+AspectJ AOP config with JSP

    I have configured AspectJ in my spring application. Since my app is a legacy app which is using JSP scriptlet code for server side processing.

    The problem I am facing is that I want to invoke an @AfterThrowing Advice when an Exception occurs in the JSP scriptlet code.

    My Advice method signature as of now is:

    In the above code, OtherBeanIntf is another Java bean which is working fine with this logging advice. Now how do I configure this advice to work with JSP scriptlet code too?

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    Hi extremejava,

    The JSP will be converted into a servlet class (the class name of which is server-dependent; e.g. Tomcat and Websphere use their own ways to create a temporary class name), and thereafter compiled.

    A better solution for your case is to refactor the concerned code out into a java class, and 'advice' that class.

    - k
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