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A program to execute the MessageSource functionality is shown in the next example. Remember that all ApplicationContext implementations are also MessageSource implementations and so can be cast to the MessageSource interface.
You can also implement custom events. Simply call the publishEvent() method on the ApplicationContext, specifying a parameter that is an instance of your custom event class that implements ApplicationEvent. Event listeners receive events synchronously. This means the publishEvent() method blocks until all listeners have finished processing the event. (It is possible to supply an alternate event publishing strategy through an ApplicationEventMulticaster implementation). Furthermore, when a listener receives an event, it operates inside the transaction context of the publisher, if a transaction context is available.
When the sendEmail method is called, if there are any emails that should be blacklisted, a custom event of the type BlackListEvent is published to the application context. The BlackListNotifier class which implements the interface ApplicationListener is registered as a subscriber to the application context and will receive the BlackListEvent. In order to access properties specific to BlackListEvent, the listener must perform a downcast.
Note the use of the generic method public T getValue(Class desiredResultType). Using this method removes the need to cast the value of the expression to the desired result type. An EvaluationException will be thrown if the value an not be cast to the type T or converted using the registered type converter.
This illustrates a mixin. We want to be able to cast advised objects to Lockable, whatever their type, and call lock and unlock methods. If we call the lock() method, we want all setter methods to throw a LockedException. Thus we can add an aspect that provides the ability to make objects immutable, without them having any knowledge of it: a good example of AOP.
The PersonUser class in this example would expose a property of type Person. As far as it's concerned, the AOP proxy can be used transparently in place of a "real" person implementation. However, its class would be a dynamic proxy class. It would be possible to cast it to the Advised interface (discussed below).
However you create AOP proxies, you can manipulate them using the org.springframework.aop.framework.Advised interface. Any AOP proxy can be cast to this interface, whichever other interfaces it implements. This interface includes the following methods: 2b1af7f3a8