On Oct 27, 2003, at 5:44 AM, Andriy Shapochka wrote:
>> Some time back we had an offline conversation with Giulio Cesare about
>> AspectJ and AOP (actually it was "online", but off the list :-)) .
> Pity, you kept it to yourselves. I am delving into AspectJ and would
> been interested in such a kind of discussion.
This was about a reworked expressions package. There wasn't anything
specific so far. If anyone is to plan on using the AOP in the core
code, this should definitely be discussed on the list.
> I created a very rough sketch in AspectJ modelling your situation.
> Hope it
> will help sort things out. Probably there could be more elegant
> conceptually, but this also works. One remark though, in general the
> 'unsupportedTests' pointcuts should be implemented more artfully to
> the boring method enumerations. All the additional exception handling
> argument passing technicalities can be easily handled with the well
> AOP idioms, of course.
Thanks for the great example. This is something I was looking for. I
guess we may stick the adapter-specific aspects into corresponding
adapter testing delegates. I can identify the following things to be
1. Tables to be skipped during schema generation
2. Additional SQL to be executed during schema generation (used for
Stored Procedures testing)
3. Tests to be skipped.
Will think about a good way to configure this.... Although putting it
in one place in Java code is probably as good as creating an XML file
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