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NoAspectBoundException when debugging Aspect with [message #38010] Thu, 08 July 2004 10:48 Go to next message
Mark Eagle is currently offline Mark Eagle
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am getting a NoAspectBoundException when I am debugging my aspect. This
does not happen when I debug from a main application. However, this does
happen with aspects that are run from the Sysdeo Tomcat plugin when I step
into a method that is advised. I have tried to use the build aspectj
button in the Eclipse toolbar but it is not making a difference. I can
see the advised methods in Eclipse (in the gutter). Is there something
that I am missing?

Thanks,

Mark
Re: NoAspectBoundException when debugging Aspect with [message #38057 is a reply to message #38010] Thu, 08 July 2004 11:24 Go to previous message
Mark Eagle is currently offline Mark Eagle
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Never mind I did not have my aspectj jar files in commons\lib of Tomcat


Mark Eagle wrote:

> I am getting a NoAspectBoundException when I am debugging my aspect. This
> does not happen when I debug from a main application. However, this does
> happen with aspects that are run from the Sysdeo Tomcat plugin when I step
> into a method that is advised. I have tried to use the build aspectj
> button in the Eclipse toolbar but it is not making a difference. I can
> see the advised methods in Eclipse (in the gutter). Is there something
> that I am missing?

> Thanks,

> Mark
Re: NoAspectBoundException when debugging Aspect with [message #581191 is a reply to message #38010] Thu, 08 July 2004 11:24 Go to previous message
Mark Eagle is currently offline Mark Eagle
Messages: 4
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Never mind I did not have my aspectj jar files in commons\lib of Tomcat


Mark Eagle wrote:

> I am getting a NoAspectBoundException when I am debugging my aspect. This
> does not happen when I debug from a main application. However, this does
> happen with aspects that are run from the Sysdeo Tomcat plugin when I step
> into a method that is advised. I have tried to use the build aspectj
> button in the Eclipse toolbar but it is not making a difference. I can
> see the advised methods in Eclipse (in the gutter). Is there something
> that I am missing?

> Thanks,

> Mark
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