Used to obtain the current "target" of an AOP invocation
For a list of all members of this type, see ITargetSource Members .
|AbstractPoolingTargetSource||Abstract superclass for pooling ITargetSources.|
|AbstractPrototypeTargetSource||Base class for dynamic ITargetSource implementations that can create new prototype object instances to support a pooling or new-instance-per-invocation strategy.|
|EmptyTargetSource||The ITargetSource to be used when there is no target object, and behavior is supplied by the advisors.|
|HotSwappableTargetSource||ITargetSource implementation that caches a local target object, but allows the target to be swapped while the application is running|
|PrototypeTargetSource||ITargetSource implementation that creates a new instance of the target object for each request.|
|SimplePoolTargetSource||Pooling target source implementation based on the SimplePool|
|SingletonTargetSource||ITargetSource implementation that holds a local object.|
|ThreadLocalTargetSource||ITargetSource implementation that uses a threading model in which every thread has its own copy of the target.|
|LazyInitializer||Missing <summary> documentation for T:Spring.Data.NHibernate.Bytecode.LazyInitializer|
This target will be invoked via reflection if no around advice chooses to end the interceptor chain itself.
If an ITargetSource is
"static", it will always return the same target, allowing optimizations in the AOP framework. Dynamic target sources can support pooling, hot swapping etc.
Application developers don't usually need to work with target sources directly: this is an AOP framework interface.
Assembly: Spring.Aop (in Spring.Aop.dll)