i have an interface with get* and set* operations. when I update to model these operations are assumed as getter/setter attributes and also displayed as such. this is quite annoying, because i want to show my interface in the class diagram exactly the way it was declared (with operations not attributes). is there a way to avoid this automatic conversion of get*/set* operations to attributes? i am using sde 4.2
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I have the same problem with SDE 4.2 for Eclipse. When I remove the falsely generated Attribute from the model and update the code, i get a warning
[Warning] There is no class model available for code generation.
When I then update the model from source again, the attribute returns.
The problem is, that other classes implementing this interface are then forced to implement the attribute publicly and are so generating errors with the “real” private attributes and the getter/setter of that one.
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