[Red5] Spring AOP and application methods
spam at electroteque.org
Tue Nov 6 04:15:08 PST 2007
Ive recovered my logging took me forever calling it directly from the
adaptor is fine
Close(org.red5.server.api.stream.ISubscriberStream)) and args
Now have to get this to work not sure which class is actually calling it
addChildScope(org.red5.server.api.IBasicScope)) and args(scope)"
ERROR o.red5.server.net.rtmp.RTMPHandler - Error connecting
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Required to bind 1 arguments, but
only bound 0 (JoinPointMatch was NOT bound in invocation)
Sorry to spam so yes very dangerous. Should I get the logging code
together and put in a request to add a bean service for making your
own logging implementation ? like my previous setup which was
calling methods on a bean implementing a certain interface like
filenamegenerator. This makes it simpler to setup a "plugin" for
logging like with the wowza xml configuration setup.
On 06/11/2007, at 11:03 PM, Daniel Rossi wrote:
> Has there happened to be any changes to the api lately ?
> this used to work
> ose(org.red5.server.api.stream.ISubscriberStream)) and args
> I now have to reference the application adaptor directly instead of
> the api maybe its trying to call a few times ?
> ERROR o.r.s.s.PlaylistSubscriberStream - error notify
> java.lang.IllegalStateException: No MethodInvocation found: Check
> that an AOP invocation is in progress, and that the
> ExposeInvocationInterceptor is in the interceptor chain.
> Seems its an issue inside playlistsubscriberstream which calls the
> api method ?
> On 06/11/2007, at 10:09 PM, Daniel Rossi wrote:
>> Yes i know it was either after i just ran an svn update or after
>> clearing the libs trying to get things back. How do i commit what i
>> have with this access logging into a sandbox branch ?
>> Let me know thanks.
>> On 06/11/2007, at 9:16 PM, Edward Yakop wrote:
>>> On Nov 6, 2007 11:01 AM, Daniel Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
>>>> Might have to go back to square one on this aop stuff, suddently
>>>> without warning its decided to break :)
>>> Ouch. That's the problem with AOP :) I think if it's a red5 feature,
>>> Red5 developer can maintain it. Hence, lesser chance for it to
>>> Edward Yakop
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