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Aspect interference can arise where two or more aspects specify that advice should be woven into the system at the same pointcut. The effect of this is that the system has to decide which aspect should have priority over the other and how the aspects should be composed.

• Use of a consistent approach to naming means that the probability of accidental interference can be reduced.

• Pointcuts specified as patterns are also best avoided as these again may result in accidental interference.

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