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I want to use a data class in Lombok. Since it has about a dozen fields, I annotated it with
@Data in order to generate all the setters and getter. However there is one special field for which I don’t want to the accessors to be implemented.
How does Lombok omit this field?
According to @Data description you can use:
All generated getters and setters will be public. To override the
access level, annotate the field or class with an explicit @Setter
and/or @Getter annotation. You can also use this annotation (by
combining it with AccessLevel.NONE) to suppress generating a getter
and/or setter altogether.
You can pass an access level to the
@Setter annotations. This is useful to make getters or setters protected or private. It can also be used to override the default.
@Data, you have public access to the accessors by default. You can now use the special access level
NONE to completely omit the accessor, like this:
@Getter(AccessLevel.NONE) @Setter(AccessLevel.NONE) private int mySecret;
Use the below code for omit/excludes from creating setter and getter. value key should use inside
@Getter(value = AccessLevel.NONE) @Setter(value = AccessLevel.NONE) private String mySecret;