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How to ignore exceptions thrown by Advice class

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Say I have an AOP advice method that throws an exception.

I have after-throwing interceptors (multiple) in place to log the exception but after that I wish to catch the exception and ignore it, but only if it eminates from the advice code, and not the original proxied class.

Is there a way to do this so that the exception from the aop advice does not interfere with the operation of the main application, or do I need to set up every advice method with an @Around and handle it within there?

Can I set up a pointcut on Advice methods so that I can trap exceptions only if they occur within the advice methods?
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try{
.....your operations
}catch(AdviceException e){ //do nothing in here }
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Thanks, I was looking for a way to do it that is generic without wrapping each of my operations.  I have created a wrapper class at the moment that does all that but it means that I can't use the <aop: options to configure anything as the afterReturning etc methods need to be wrapped with the error handling wrapper.
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Wasn't really what I wanted but simplistically is a workable solution, and you did bother to respond, so you get the points.
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