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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33461] - [beanutils] 1.6.1 cannot determine reader methods for anonymous class
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2005 11:52:55 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From skitching@apache.org  2005-06-09 13:52 -------
We could indeed test whether the class is public:

   int modifiers = bean.getClass().getModifiers();
   if (!Modifier.isPublic(modifiers)) {
     throw new IllegalAccessException("Cannot describe non-public class");
   }

If the bean's class defines one or more getter methods then we aren't breaking
backwards compatibility, because an exception would have been thrown anyway due
to describe attempting to read that property.

However if the bean doesn't declare any getters and doesn't override any getters
inherited from its superclass then should we refuse to process the object? I've
run some tests, and a method declared on a superclass can still be called as
long as the private subclass doesn't override it.

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