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Tag archives for Annotation

Java : Annotation : Spring : AOP AspectJ: Measure performance and time processing with AOP and Annotation on server side
Hi, After my last post presenting an example about the annotation in JAVA Java : Annotation : Example of validation with annotation (mandatory, target, maxlength…) I would expose another example of JAVA annotation and AOP to measure performance and time processing on server side. In a previous article Java/Spring: Measure performance and time processing with AOP on server side, I presented a ...more»
Java : Annotation : Example of validation with annotation (mandatory, target, maxlength…)
Hello, I would present you an example concerning the annotation in JAVA: validation POJO with annotation. Brief presentation Introduced with Java SE 5, the annotations are more increasingly used in the development of applications. Annotations provide informations about a class and they have no direct effect on the annotated code. Annotations can be preserved at runtime (RetentionPolicy.RUNTIME) or are only available at development ...more»
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