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Persist in DataBase with AspectJ (AOP)

, 6 Sep 2004
One of the multiple forms to give persistence in data base to an object of a class with oriented programming to aspects (AOP) in AspectJ
persist_demo.zip
Persistencia unica
.project
.classpath
Test.class
default.ajsym
Cliente.class
PersistenciaDatos.class
Persistencia.class
persistencia_Aspect
Cliente.class
PersistenciaDatos.class
Test.class
Persistencia.class
PersistenciaCliente.aj
PersistenciaCliente.class
FormularioCliente.class
Persistencia.aj
CapaDatos.class
PersistenciaCliente$ajcMightHaveAspect.class
ObjetosRelacion.class
Sentencias.class
Persistencia.mdb
persist_src.zip
aspecto.jpg

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Mariano Lorente
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Mariano Lorente is programmer analyst in a technological company of Zaragoza (Spain), in addition to webmaster of www.programemos.com Web dedicated to the oriented programming aspects (AOP) with AspectJ and articles of programming.

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