Use AOP to maintain legacy Java applications
If you've ever inherited and then had to maintain a Java-based legacy application, then this this article is for you. It shows you how to use aspect-oriented programming (AOP) to gain techniques and skills needed for dealing with complex and unfamiliar Java code. The code tips demonstrated should prove invaluable if you are responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of a legacy application.
(Submitted by Anonymous Sun Mar 14, 2004 )
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