public interface Joinpoint
A runtime joinpoint is an event that occurs on a static
joinpoint (i.e. a location in a the program). For instance, an
invocation is the runtime joinpoint on a method (static joinpoint).
The static part of a given joinpoint can be generically retrieved
In the context of an interception framework, a runtime joinpoint is then the reification of an access to an accessible object (a method, a constructor, a field), i.e. the static part of the joinpoint. It is passed to the interceptors that are installed on the static joinpoint.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Return the static part of this joinpoint.
Return the object that holds the current joinpoint's static part.
Proceed to the next interceptor in the chain.
java.lang.Object proceed() throws java.lang.Throwable
The implementation and the semantics of this method depends on the actual joinpoint type (see the children interfaces).
java.lang.Throwable- if the joinpoint throws an exception
For instance, the target object for an invocation.
The static part is an accessible object on which a chain of interceptors are installed.