In around plugin function, if we don't use proceed() then after plugin execution will be suppressed. Is there anyway by which we can suppress before plugin execution?


Why not wrap everything inside around plugin for your case? So that:

public function aroundFunction(\My\Module\Model\MyUtility $subject, callable $proceed){
    //If condition is true
    if (true){
        //Do sonething
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  • I agree with your solution to add condition to prevent after plugin. Is there anyway by which we can supress before part of around plugin. – Mayur Vijay Kathale Jul 8 '19 at 7:39
  • No, this is the only way. Once you entered Function you cannot avoid "before". – PY Yick Jul 8 '19 at 7:53

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