Class NameMatchMethodPointcut

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, MethodMatcher, Pointcut

public class NameMatchMethodPointcut extends StaticMethodMatcherPointcut implements Serializable
Pointcut bean for simple method name matches, as an alternative to regular expression patterns.

Each configured method name can be an exact method name or a method name pattern (see isMatch(String, String) for details on the supported pattern styles).

Does not handle overloaded methods: all methods with a given name will be eligible.

Juergen Hoeller, Rod Johnson, Rob Harrop, Sam Brannen
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  • Constructor Details

    • NameMatchMethodPointcut

      public NameMatchMethodPointcut()
  • Method Details

    • setMappedName

      public void setMappedName(String mappedNamePattern)
      Convenience method for configuring a single method name pattern.

      Use either this method or setMappedNames(String...), but not both.

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    • setMappedNames

      public void setMappedNames(String... mappedNamePatterns)
      Set the method name patterns defining methods to match.

      Matching will be the union of all these; if any match, the pointcut matches.

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    • addMethodName

      public NameMatchMethodPointcut addMethodName(String mappedNamePattern)
      Add another method name pattern, in addition to those already configured.

      Like the "set" methods, this method is for use when configuring proxies, before a proxy is used.

      NOTE: This method does not work after the proxy is in use, since advice chains will be cached.

      mappedNamePattern - the additional method name pattern
      this pointcut to allow for method chaining
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    • matches

      public boolean matches(Method method, Class<?> targetClass)
      Description copied from interface: MethodMatcher
      Perform static checking to determine whether the given method matches.

      If this method returns false or if MethodMatcher.isRuntime() returns false, no runtime check (i.e. no MethodMatcher.matches(Method, Class, Object[]) call) will be made.

      Specified by:
      matches in interface MethodMatcher
      method - the candidate method
      targetClass - the target class
      whether this method matches statically
    • isMatch

      protected boolean isMatch(String methodName, String mappedNamePattern)
      Determine if the given method name matches the mapped name pattern.

      The default implementation checks for xxx*, *xxx, *xxx*, and xxx*yyy matches, as well as direct equality.

      Can be overridden in subclasses.

      methodName - the method name to check
      mappedNamePattern - the method name pattern
      true if the method name matches the pattern
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    • equals

      public boolean equals(@Nullable Object other)
      equals in class Object
    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      hashCode in class Object
    • toString

      public String toString()
      toString in class Object