This summarizes the requirements of our implementation of AspectJ.
For more details, see the relevant sections of this guide.
The invoking code must be under the control of ajc
for the following join points:
The declaring/target code must be under the control of ajc
for the following join points and inter-type declarations:
The initialization and preinitialization join points
do not support around advice
The handler join point does not support...
Declaring members on an interface in an aspect affects only
the topmost implementing classes the implementation controls.
cflow and cflowbelow pointcuts work within a single thread.
Runtime ClassCastException may result
from supplying a supertype of the actual type as an argument
to proceed(..) in around advice.