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Initialization pointcut problem [message #593623] Wed, 10 May 2006 13:59
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Originally posted by: skirkaw.googlemail.com

Hi,

I could not figure out the following initialization pointcut problem. Any
help would be appreciated.

Within the method of my class I do initialization of an object and would
like to replace this object with another object. Hence, I write an around
advice. But the poincut i write is not matched with the object in my class
methosd. To illustrate, the code is simply as follows:

class Test {

public void doTest() {

String s=new String("old String");

System.out.println(s);
}
}


// I would like to rewrite String s

public aspect TestAspect {

pointcut p(): initialization(String.new(String));

void around (): p() {

String s=new String("new String");
proceed();
}
}


But my pointcut p is not matched with the line "String s=new String("old
String");". What am I mssing?

Thanks in advance
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