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How to identify Java classes tagged with a specific annotation in AspectJ

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For example if a java class has an annotation @monitor or @logging etc,what is the format of the pointcut descriptor?
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Please note it is a class level annotation I am talking about and not a method.
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You should be able to do it like this...

@Pointcut("within(@package.name.monitor *)")
public void targetClasses() {}

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And then follow with your normal pointcuts, etc.
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