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Redefinition code generation issue [message #626839] Thu, 31 July 2008 00:39
Lutz Wrage is currently offline Lutz WrageFriend
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I am wondering if the correct code is generated for a model like the
following.

I have classes A and B, A has property b of type B.
A' and B' are subclasses of A and B, respectively.
A' has a property b of type B', so this b redefines property b in A.

I would expect to see a method public B' getB() {...} in the code for A'
(which would be fine in Java 6, and compliance level is set to 6.0 in the
genmodel). However, the generated method returns an object of type B. Is
this a bug or did I miss something?

If I rename the property in A' to c, then I get: public B' getC() {...} (and
also public B getB() that returns the same value)

Thanks,
Lutz


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