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The 'user_monitor' pointcut defines what code you would like to time. The 'user_exceptions' pointcut defines what code
you would like to monitor for exceptions. Because often these should be the same you can define another pointcut that
they both point to. In the example below that is done with the 'profile' pointcut.
Pointcuts can be combined with boolean logic like AND, ||, !. See the AspectJ documentation for more information
on the rich pointcut language.
Note you can specify any openmon by putting this argument in the first column in this comment section: org.automon=sysout
See ajc-aop.xml for more information and examples.
The example below monitors call to jdk io and net classes from within the 'org.automon.jdk' package and any of its subclasses
<pointcut name="profile" expression="within(com.fdsapi..*) AND execution(public * *(..)) AND !automon()"/>
<!-- If you want to use more than just method pointcuts use AspectJBase -->
<!--<concrete-aspect name="com.myorganization.MyMonitoringAspect" extends="org.automon.aspects.SpringBase">-->
<concrete-aspect name="com.myorganization.MyMonitoringAspect" extends="org.automon.aspects.AspectJBase">
<pointcut name="user_monitor" expression="profile()"/>
<pointcut name="user_exceptions" expression="profile()"/>
<!-- monitor the com.stevesouza package and subpackages for jdk or public method calls -->
<pointcut name="profile" expression="within(com.stevesouza..*) AND (jdk() || execution(public * *(..))) AND !automon()"/>
<!-- jdk pointcuts: -->
<pointcut name="jdk" expression="io() || net() || jdbc()"/>
<pointcut name="io" expression=""/>
<pointcut name="net" expression=""/>
<pointcut name="jdbc" expression="org.automon.pointcuts.Jdk.jdbc()"/>
<!-- org.automon..* classes -->
<pointcut name="automon" expression="org.automon.pointcuts.SpringSelect.automon()"/>
The following lets you more clearly see what the weaver is doing. You can use dump to write the woven
classes to disk. This can be useful to view the woven classes in a decompiler tool like JD-GUI.
<weaver options="-verbose -debug">
<!--<dump within="org.automon.implementations.*"/>-->
<!--<dump within="org.automon.helloworld.*"/>-->
<!-- Weave types that are within the javax.* or org.aspectj.*
packages. Also weave all types in the foo package that do
not have the @NoWeave annotation. -->
<!--<include within="javax.*"/>-->
<!--<include within="org.aspectj.*"/>-->
<!--<include within="(!@NoWeave foo.*) AND foo.*"/>-->
<!-- Do not weave types within the "bar" pakage -->
<!--<exclude within="bar.*"/>-->