Link to the mini-proceeding of the Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) seminar.
This afternoon I prensented my seminar on the aspect oriented approach to transaction management. The zip file attached to this post contains the article and the code of the examples.
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) is a methodology that, combined with the conventional Object Oriented Programming (OOP), allows to separate the business logic from the crosscutting concerns of a program. Further, the crosscutting concerns can be modularized and reused.
This document discusses the way transaction management is realized using the AOP methodology and makes a comparison with the Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) architecture.
You can download here the mini-proceeding of the seminar.
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