At least in wicket you can access the fields themselves using propertymodels.

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Martin

2009/9/27 David Chang <david_q_zh...@yahoo.com>:
> Hello,
>
> I have Wicket+Spring application. It has a service object which has a few DAO 
> members. I can use Spring's autowiring to avoid mentioning the DAO 
> dependencies for the service bean. However, in the Java program for the 
> service bean, I still have to add setters and getters for each DAO member, 
> which I don't like. How can I avoid these setters and getters? Using AOP? Any 
> examples?
>
> I understand that this question is not strictly a Wicket, but I definitely 
> want to ask my Wicket friends here.
>
> Thank you!
>
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