kandi X-RAY | dexposed Summary
kandi X-RAY | dexposed Summary
Dexposed is a powerful yet non-invasive runtime AOP (Aspect-oriented Programming) framework for Android app development, based on the work of open-source Xposed framework project. The AOP of Dexposed is implemented purely non-invasive, without any annotation processor, weaver or bytecode rewriter. The integration is as simple as loading a small JNI library in just one line of code at the initialization phase of your app. Not only the code of your app, but also the code of Android framework that running in your app process can be hooked. This feature is extremely useful in Android development as we developers heavily rely on the fragmented old versions of Android platform (SDK). Together with dynamic class loading, a small piece of compiled Java AOP code can be loaded into the running app, effectively altering the behavior of the target app without restart.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- The patch apk button
- Load all callbacks
- Call all callbacks
- Load a runnable patch
- Call an instance method
- Creates a new instance of the given class using reflection
- Creates a new instance of the specified class using the specified constructor
- Call a method
- Handle the dashboard popup
- Hook a method
- Converts a list of Class objects to Class names
- Converts a list of class names to classes
- Call a static method
- Creates the view
- Find the first field of a given class
- Finds all methods in the given class that match the given parameter types
- Calls all callbacks
- Handle the method invocation
- Get all superclasses of a given class
- Removes the specified element from the list
- Hook system log
- Loads an asset from a resource
- Converts an array of objects to Class objects
- Invoke the super method on the given object
- Invokes the original method
- Returns the MD5 sum of the specified file
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While writing code using Spring/Java and Aspect oriented programing, I'm facing an issue. In the service class, I have the retry method using @Retryable and a recovery method using @Recover.
Each of these 2 methods are attached to Aspects. The Retryable method - "triggerJob" inside TestProcessService is attached to these methods in TestAspect class - beforeTestTriggerJobsAdvice, afterTestTriggerJobsAdvice, onErrorTestTriggerJobsAdvice. They all are working fine and getting triggered at the right time.
PROBLEM STATEMENT: The Recovery method - "recover" inside TestProcessService is attached to these methods in TestAspect class - beforeRecoveryTestJobsAdvice, onErrorRecoveryTestTriggerJobsAdvice, and afterRecoveryTestTriggerJobsAdvice.
BUT NONE OF THESE ASPECT METHODS ARE GETTING CALLED once the code reached the recover method inside TestProcessService.
Here is the code:
SCHEDULER CLASS (triggers the methods inside TEST_MyProcessService class at regular interval)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 03:45
I am not a Spring user, but interested in all things AOP, both AspectJ and Spring AOP. I liked your little puzzle. Thanks to your MCVE, I was able to reproduce the issue and debug into it. This is a perfect example for why an MCVE is so much superior to simply posting a bunch of code snippets. So thanks for that, please keep up this way of asking questions.
When looking at the situation in a debugger, you see that while the aspect is proceeding into
triggerJob, at some point we are in method
AnnotationAwareRetryOperationsInterceptor.invoke and there we have the following code:
I'm trying to run a web app with maven, spring on a tomcat server in intelliji idea. And i get: Artifact crm-web:war exploded: Error during artifact deployment.
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/springframework/web/context/WebApplicationContext Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.springframework.web.context.WebApplicationContext SEVERE: Exception invoking method createStandardContext SEVERE: Exception invoking method manageApp
Here is project structure:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-13 at 12:51
I was able to solve the problem by moving all the necessary jars to the WEB-INF/lib folder. Turns out they were in a different directory
I am using
Microsoft.CodeDom.Providers.DotNetCompilerPlatform nuget packge for compilation of code at runtime. It is achievable but in my scenario my dynamic class needs to use
Postsharp for aspect oriented programming.
Can anyone point me to the commandline support to add
Postsharp dependency injection for the compiled assembly using the
csc.exe, like what is done by the MSBuild or Visualstudio.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-17 at 10:26
You can't easily do that with the current versions of PostSharp. The last version to have command-line execution is 5.0 and that is no longer supported.
The problem is that PostSharp reads too many properties in MSBuild or passed to it by MSBuild.
If it's possible for you to generate an msbuild file, you can then build it the Microsoft.Build NuGet package and have PostSharp run on the generated code that way.
I want to check user authorization in the api method.
Method responsible for get for an employee by id. So user should render this method if the user works the same company with employee. So I mean user CompanyId should be same with the Employee CompanyId.
Think about like this api method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-02 at 10:03
You could customize a ActionFilter like below:
I'm trying to get started with aspect oriented programming. I'm using latest eclipse (currently 12-2019)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-05 at 14:42
Your problem caused by the removal of
org.eclipse.core.runtime.compatibility plugin from Eclipse 4.6 .
Read more about this problem here.
The correct solution is to:
AspectJ from the correct download link.
The most updated to Eclipse 4.10 is: http://download.eclipse.org/tools/ajdt/410/dev/update
Another solution is to:
Install Eclipse 4.3 (matching your
Retry AspectJ install.
The more complex solution is:
Locate and build/extract
org.eclipse.core.runtime.compatibilityjar file from Maven repository.
org.eclipse.core.runtime.compatibilityjar file into Eclipse plugins directory.
--cleanmode to rebuild and register the added plugin.
Retry AspectJ install.
You might encounter more missing dependencies for
org.eclipse.core.runtime.compatibility, eventually will have to load all the related plugins (long effort).
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use dexposed like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the dexposed component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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