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  • Wierd behaviour with AOP!

    Hello,

    I'm experiencing kind of wierd behaviour with AOP. I'm investigating for several days now and I felt lost.

    The problem I got is that some classes are not woven from time to time, depending on the test classes I'm launching. I came to this conclusion using the "-debug" as well as the "-showWeavingInfo" parameters.

    I'm trying to reduce the scope of this behaviour, but it's a bit difficult due to the complexity of our domain model. I let you know when I'm done.

    But, in the meanwhile, did anybody experience the same behaviour? Or do you have any advice on how I could better investigate this issue?

    Any help is welcome.

    Cheers,
    -Xavier

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    Hello,

    I'm back with a test case!

    The fact is that a class referenced in a private method of a test case is *NOT* woven (at least under my build conditions).

    Please, find in attachment a ZIP of a small maven project that shows up this strange behaviour of the AOP engine.

    In the FooAspectTest class, simply comment the (unused) foo() method in order to get a successful test run!

    Let me know if you can provide any explanation to this. Otherwise, I suggest to enter an issue in the AOP bugtracker.

    Thx,
    -Xavier

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