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Inter-type declaration: error marker but compiles fine [message #70800] Sat, 03 November 2007 15:13
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Originally posted by: stefan.bley.dd.gmx.de

Hi, I have got the following classes and aspects:

public interface IService {}

public abstract class Service implements Service() {}

public aspect ServiceAspect {
public String IService.getName();
private String Service.name;
public String Service.getName() { return name; }
}

Now I want to call getName() like that:

public class ServiceImpl extends Service{
void myMethod() {
String n = getName(); // error marker: Is undefined for the type
ServiceImpl
}
}

but it compiles without problems. Have I done something wrong or is it a
AJDT bug?

Regards, Stevy
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