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Re: [aspectj-users] Policy enforcement for setter and getter methods aspectj

Hi Andy,

One may solve the problem through the introduction of annotations
@Setter and @Getter, which admittedly also makes the code more



On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 15:51, Andy Clement <andrew.clement@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi John,
> Basically you are interested in a set() or a get() when it is not
> withincode() of a getter or setter (or likely constructor).
> The problem is that you can't tie the methods name and the fields name
> together, so you either have to specify a completely wild policy:
> declare warning: get(* X.*) && !withincode(* get*(..)): "Use the
> getter to access fields on type X";
> (which may warn on things you don't mind about)
> or specify a warning per field:
> declare warning: get(* X.foo) && !withincode(* X.getFoo(..)): "Use
> getFoo() to access the foo field";
> As I say you may need to add an extra clause to ignore constructors
> since field initialization will typically done there.
> cheers
> Andy
> On 15 May 2011 04:08, John <rohanbhatia@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I have a doubt again.
>> I need to enforce a policy that issues a warning when a variable's value is
>> accessed without using its corresponding setters and getters.....
>> Not even sure where to start on this one....
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