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Let say we have a server that manage a library in which you can add a book, find a book and get all the books. The server code will probably look like this:

BookService.groovy

with the class Book being something like that.

Book.groovy



To ignore the metaClass property a custom type mapping must be defined (for details refer to Aegis Binding).

Book.aegis.xml



However, if you compile custom data types from Java the bytecode won't contain a metaClass property and, hence, there is no need to define a custom mapping.

 

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