[jboss-user] [JBoss AOP] - JBoss AS 5.1 Remote EJB calls not being intercepted

Robert Goodwin do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Jun 9 12:08:04 EDT 2011

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"JBoss AS 5.1 Remote EJB calls not being intercepted"

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I have a Stateless EJB/ WebService that I have added a  Aspect and a corresponding jboss-aop.xml to so I can get information about calls made to the public interface of the service.  It appears though that remote calls to the service are not being intercepted ( atleast the log messages that I have are not being printed).  In the public interface I do have methods that call other methods on the public interface, those methods do get intercepted.  It appears that only local calls are working.  This is simular to the problem dicussed here ( https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBAS-7172 https://issues.jboss.org/browse/JBAS-7172)

My jboss-aop.xml file

<?xml version=+"1.0"+ encoding=+"UTF-8"+?>
<aop xmlns=+"urn:jboss:aop-beans:1.0"+> 
   <aspect class=+"mc2sa.mdr.SoiServiceAspect"+/>
   <bind pointcut=+"execution(public * mc2sa.mdr.MetadataRegistryService->*(..))"+>
      <around aspect=+"mc2sa.mdr.SoiServiceAspect"+ name=+"invoke"+/>

Aspect code

*import* org.jboss.aop.advice.Interceptor;
*import* org.jboss.aop.joinpoint.Invocation;
*import* org.jboss.aop.joinpoint.MethodInvocation;
*import* org.jboss.logging.Logger;

*public* *class* SoiServiceAspect *implements* Interceptor
*private* *static* *final* Logger +log+ = Logger.+getLogger+(SoiServiceAspect.*class*);

*public* String getName()
*return* "SoiServiceAspect";

*public* Object invoke(Invocation invocation) *throws* Throwable
      MethodInvocation mi = (MethodInvocation) invocation;
      String methodName = mi.getMethod().toString();

*try* {
+log+.info("Entering: " + methodName);
*return* invocation.invokeNext();
      } *finally* {
+log+.info("Leaving: " + methodName);


The jboss-aop.xml file is in the root of the jar that provides the service. and the aspect is in the same package as the service.  Is this a bug, or more likely, am I missing something in the configuration that would allow my aspect to be called when being invoked remotely?


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