Maven plugin annotations parsing

created by Sergey Graschenko in JBoss AOP - View the full discussion



I'm new to AOP. I'm trying to create a simple aspect and include it in a war deployed in JBossAS, built with maven.


I've got it working with jboss-aop.xml descriptor but I can't figure out how to do this with annotations.


My pom.xml includes:

       <plugin>         <groupId>org.jboss.maven.plugins</groupId>         <artifactId>maven-jbossaop-plugin</artifactId>         <version>2.1.3.GA</version>        <executions>           <execution>            <id>compile</id>             <configuration>               <suppress>false</suppress>               <includeProjectDependency>true</includeProjectDependency>                <aoppaths><aoppath>${basedir}/src/main/resources/META-INF/jboss-aop.xml</aoppath></aoppaths>                <includes><include>com/blah/Blah.class</include></includes>             </configuration>             <goals><goal>compile</goal></goals>           </execution>        </executions>       </plugin>




And my jboss-aop.xml :


<aop xmlns="urn:jboss:aop-beans:1.0">   <aspect scope="PER_VM"/>

  <bind pointcut="execution(* com.blah.Blah->*(..))">     <advice name="trace" aspect="com.blah.MyAspect"/>   </bind> </aop>




This way it works, I get all the classes weaved at compile-time.


But then I remove jboss-aop.xml and inculde annotations in



@Aspect (scope = Scope.PER_VM) public class MyAspect{

    @Bind (pointcut="execution(* com.blah.Blah->*(..))")     public Object trace(Invocation invocation) throws Throwable {





As I see it, maven plugin just ignores any annotation processing.


[INFO] [jbossaop:compile {execution: compile}]
[INFO] [no comp needed] ...


Is there any way to weave classes with annotations with maven-jbossaop-plugin ?

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