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From Harish Krishnaswamy <>
Subject Re: [HiveMind] Selective intercepting
Date Fri, 19 Sep 2003 11:34:18 GMT
Or rather an interceptor will have declare the set of methods, I think, 
'cause you can have any number of interceptors for a service you know.


Bill Lear wrote:

>On Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 23:56:27 (-0400) Harish Krishnaswamy writes:
>>Interceptors, as I know of them in HiveMind right now, can only be 
>>applied across the board to all methods in the service; there is no 
>>selectivity. But, I think, selective intercepting will be a requirement 
>>for other kinds of interceptors (like a security interceptor or a 
>>transactional interceptor, for example). What do you think? I realize 
>>this would be treading along the AOP territory; may be this could extend 
>>into an ultra light aspect framework too! One for all!
>So, for that to happen, would a service-point have to declare a
>set of methods?
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