kandi X-RAY | PJP Summary
kandi X-RAY | PJP Summary
Wipro Pre Joining Program using Project Based Learning
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Restart a datetime from a set of dates
- Main method for testing
- Get the stock for a given productID
- Add a number to the card
- Generate the sales ID
- Inserts a sales object into the database
- Calculate the interest rate
- Gets the country for the given capital name .
- Displays the database .
- Add a card to the list
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The task is to implement a webkit browser that can open any files. At the moment, I managed to implement only the opening of html....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 17:45
You can use
webview.load_uri() to load any type of file, and the
WebView itself will worry about how to display it.
on_click() shoud look like this:
I want constraint validation in the method to happen before around advice aspect execution, but I see the opposite happening. The aspect is triggered without validation.
I have the following RestController class:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 06:14
I am not a Spring user, so I cannot tell you
- if there is any way to influence the order of advisor application for any advised bean in a generic, non-invasive way,
- where exactly Spring creates the list of advisors associated with an advised bean while wiring the application.
What I did find out, however, is that once the list of advisors for an advised bean has been set, it is simply applied in the order of elements in the list. You can influence aspect precedence via
@Order or implementing
@Ordered, but I have no idea if that approach can somehow be applied to method validation advisors.
Because I was curious, I created a proof-of-concept, hacky workaround. Here is my MCVE replicating your original situation:
Service, controller and helper classes:
I'm new to soft. engineering and doing a project for user management and inside of Security package, I have a class called
SecurityAspects where I define
I'm using Apache Ant to compile the whole program.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-20 at 23:33
I inspected your project on GitHub, thanks for the link. There is so much wrong with it, I hardly know where to begin:
You committed library JARs instead of doing proper dependency management using Maven, Gradle or, if you insist to stay on Ant, something like Ivy. Dependencies should be downloaded during the build, not committed into a source code management (SCM) repository. Using Maven or Gradle also would have the advantage that IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA or Eclipse can automatically import your projects and also know where to find the dependencies and share them between projects, instead of you redundantly committing them to each of your project SCM repositories and manually adding them to your IDE project configuration. That is just ugly.
One of the JARs in your project is
aspectj-1.9.6.jar. This is not what you want but an executable installer, the purpose of which is to install AspectJ locally. In there, you also find nested JARs such as
aspectjweaver.jar(load-time weaving agent). You would have to execute that installer and then copy the libraries you need to your
In order for the Java compiler to recognise your AspectJ imports, you need the AspectJ runtime on your classpath, i.e. you can download
aspectjrt-1.9.6.jarfrom Maven Central (select "Downloads → jar" in the top right menu). Then you simply copy it to
liband add this to your Ant script:
I was trying to follow this video tutorial to add AOP to my Spring Boot project in order to perform log operation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVvKPP5HyaA
But it is not working, it is not logging anything.
So this is my pom.xml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 15:23
I would like to use custom Java annotation to insert a value in a private class property using Spring AOP (and/or AspectJ). Quick example:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-22 at 12:31
But for your case it's not required to use field join points, you can put your annotation on the getter and this should work.
I use angular12, ngx-quill-upload with quill editor to upload user posts. I am trying to upload images to server, then embed the url to the htmlstring and persist the htmlstring to database. I can successfully upload the image to the server, however, when I persist the htmlstring to database, the htmlstring still contains the base64 string and not the image url. How do I disable base64 string but use URL?
Here is my imageHandler:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-23 at 07:38
It's easier to do if you set it as json not html. This is what I did:
I'm using Spring AOP for exception handling but there is one point that I guess my component class is out of Spring Proxy so Spring AOP annotation that I created doesn't work in that class....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 07:55
The problem is your code, you are creating instances of those rules yourself inside a bean method and expose them as a
List. Which means the bean is of type
List not your own
SSRule and thus it won't work.
Instead make an
@Bean method, or use the detected instance to inject into the list. As your
SSRule is annotated you will already have an instance, just inject that into your
If I have Annotation:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 06:26
The correct answer to your question, even though you might not like it, is: Neither Spring AOP as a syntactical subset of AspectJ nor native AspectJ provide a dedicated syntax to achieve what you wish to do. The best you can actually do is to use a nested syntax like you suggested yourself and use a reasonable number of nesting levels.
In my answer here you find solutions for both class- and method-level meta annotations.
Update: You misunderstood what
I'm trying to get some advice to execute. When I use annotation without parameters its do execute but when the annotation includes parameters it's not....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-02 at 02:44
Following aspect code would advice a target method annotated with
Could someone please help me out in writing Junit for this piece of code and provide resources to learn the same. I have been trying to figure out from multiple resources but couldn't find anything. I need to mock the pointcuts and methods which are invoked within the pointcut. Is unit testing possible for this using Mockito...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-06 at 03:58
When trying to recreate your situation, I had to
guess about which libraries and versions you use,
replace the Lombok logging annotation by a regularly created SLF4J logger, because, as the AspectJ compiler tells you in a warning message, Lombok's byte code modifications do not work with the AspectJ compiler:
java: You aren't using a compiler supported by lombok, so lombok will not work and has been disabled. (...) Lombok supports: sun/apple javac 1.6, ECJ. When using Spring AOP instead, it probably works with Lombok, because there you are simply using the normal Java compiler. I however tested in native AspectJ.
fix many syntax errors in your aspect and test Java code as well as several syntax errors in your aspect pointcuts. The classes did not even compile and the aspect cannot have done anything meaningful with faulty pointcuts. If you modify original code in order to create a stand-alone example, please test before posting it. You should have a little bit more pride as a developer when presenting your work publicly. This was your free shot, because you are new on SO, but next time I will just close the question.
Please do read the MCVE article, try to understand it and ask better questions in the future.Fixed aspect code
No vulnerabilities reported
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