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JAsCo: an aspect-oriented approach tailored for component based software development

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JAsCo: an aspect-oriented approach tailored for component based software development
In this paper we introduce a novel aspect oriented implementation language, called JAsCo. JAsCo is tailored for component based development and the Java Beans component model in particular. The JAsCo language introduces two concepts: aspect beans and connectors. An aspect bean describes behavior that interferes with the execution of a component by using a special kind of inner class, called a hook. The specification of a hook is context independent and therefore reusable. A connector on the other hand, is used for deploying one or more hooks within a specific context. To implement the JAsCo language, we propose a new “aspect-enabled’ component model, which contains build-in traps that enable to interfere with the normal execution of a component. The JAsCo component model is backward-compatible with the Java Beans component model. Furthermore, the JAsCo component model allows very flexible aspect application, adaptation and removal at run-time. The necessary tool support for the JA...
Davy Suvée, Wim Vanderperren, Viviane Jonck
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where AOSD
Authors Davy Suvée, Wim Vanderperren, Viviane Jonckers
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