Class AbstractMonitoringInterceptor

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Advice, Interceptor, MethodInterceptor
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public abstract class AbstractMonitoringInterceptor extends AbstractTraceInterceptor
Base class for monitoring interceptors, such as performance monitors. Provides configurable "prefix and "suffix" properties that help to classify/group performance monitoring results.

In their AbstractTraceInterceptor.invokeUnderTrace(org.aopalliance.intercept.MethodInvocation, org.apache.commons.logging.Log) implementation, subclasses should call the createInvocationTraceName(org.aopalliance.intercept.MethodInvocation) method to create a name for the given trace, including information about the method invocation along with a prefix/suffix.

Rob Harrop, Juergen Hoeller
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  • Constructor Details

    • AbstractMonitoringInterceptor

      public AbstractMonitoringInterceptor()
  • Method Details

    • setPrefix

      public void setPrefix(@Nullable String prefix)
      Set the text that will get appended to the trace data.

      Default is none.

    • getPrefix

      protected String getPrefix()
      Return the text that will get appended to the trace data.
    • setSuffix

      public void setSuffix(@Nullable String suffix)
      Set the text that will get prepended to the trace data.

      Default is none.

    • getSuffix

      protected String getSuffix()
      Return the text that will get prepended to the trace data.
    • setLogTargetClassInvocation

      public void setLogTargetClassInvocation(boolean logTargetClassInvocation)
      Set whether to log the invocation on the target class, if applicable (i.e. if the method is actually delegated to the target class).

      Default is "false", logging the invocation based on the proxy interface/class name.

    • createInvocationTraceName

      protected String createInvocationTraceName(MethodInvocation invocation)
      Create a String name for the given MethodInvocation that can be used for trace/logging purposes. This name is made up of the configured prefix, followed by the fully-qualified name of the method being invoked, followed by the configured suffix.
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