03 Jul 2018 12:35 PM - last edited on 20 May 2021 12:39 AM by MaciejNeumann
We a developing a Notification system that polls Kafka for events to process. it does not have Web URL's and is a background, event-driven application. We have added some custom services for some of the classes it uses, but there are hundreds of possible classes we could add. Is there a way to monitor the activity without creating hundreds of classes, and every time a modification is made, possibly adding more. Currently, other than the classes we have defined, we see very little detail. Is there a way to incorporate tags, etc. into the code to get the equivalent of a normal application drill down from possibly an entry p;oint?
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You could use Java Annotations to define the custom services instead of defining the methods manually.