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Eclipse AspectJ: Aspect-Oriented Programming with AspectJ and the Eclipse AspectJ Development Tools by Matthew Webster, George Harley, Andy Clement, Adrian Colyer

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Chapter 3. Extending the Application

Simple Insurers Inc. has the basic structure of their insurance application domain model completed. Right now, however, there’s a fundamental problem with the application—when you start up the application it looks like the screenshot shown in Figure 3.1; you can create as many customers and policies as you like, but when the application shuts down, they are all lost. In short, there is no persistence. This is proving to be a problem when showing the end users the evolving application as part of iteration planning—it’s too tedious to build up a set of customers and policies from scratch each time.

Yes, we have no persistence.

Figure 3.1. Yes, ...

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