Re: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Expecting raw type, not
I feel like I fixed something leading to that not too long ago. Is it possible for them to try with AspectJ 1.8.9? If that doesn’t help probably needs a debug build to determine which class it is making a mistake on (i.e. which one has the AbstractComponentController and then we can take a look at if there is anything unusual about the class declaration). But I have been looking to enhance AspectJ trace facilities lately, I could use this as a chance to extend trace in this area rather than producing a one-off debug build.
On Mar 20, 2016, at 8:15 PM, Choudary Kothapalli <[hidden email]> wrote:
My product MaintainJ uses AspectJ load time weaving to capture method executions. One of our clients is facing the below exception when instrumenting their application.
AspectJ version used is 1.8.6
I suggested excluding the class causing the exception, but that did not help. Do you have any idea why this exception is thrown or how to avoid this?
java.lang.IllegalStateException: Expecting raw type, not: com.xxx.controllers.AbstractComponentController
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