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Spring 4: CGLIB-based proxy classes with no default constructor

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In Spring, if the class of a target object that is to be proxied doesn’t implement any interfaces, then a CGLIB-based proxy will be created. Prior to Spring 4, CGLIB-based proxy classes require a default constructor. And this is not the limitation of CGLIB library, but Spring itself. Fortunately, as of Spring 4 this is no longer an issue. CGLIB-based ...

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cglib: The missing manual

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The byte code instrumentation library cglib is a popular choice among many well-known Java frameworks such as Hibernate (not anymore) or Spring for doing their dirty work. Byte code instrumentation allows to manipulate or to create classes after the compilation phase of a Java application. Since Java classes are linked dynamically at run time, it is possible to add new ...

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