Thanks Mark, Its java.  So far people keep recommending me what I am
already doing (delegation) which is itself not maintainable.  Sounds
like there is a need for a code generator to generate the delegation
of those methods you want to expose :-}

On Jan 18, 2:17 am, Marc Gravell <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> What language are you using? In C#, "partial classes" are a viable way
> of adding extra logic into generated classes - the protobuf-net
> generator allows this fairly well. In the more general sense, consider
> encapsulation over inheritance, or simply keep the two separate (for
> example, passing the generated object into static methods defined in
> the business class etc),
>
> Marc Gravell
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