Package lombok

Annotation Type Setter


@Target({FIELD,TYPE})
@Retention(SOURCE)
public @interface Setter
Put on any field to make lombok build a standard setter.

Complete documentation is found at the project lombok features page for @Getter and @Setter.

Even though it is not listed, this annotation also has the onParam and onMethod parameter. See the full documentation for more details.

Example:

     private @Setter int foo;
 
will generate:
     public void setFoo(int foo) {
         this.foo = foo;
     }
 

This annotation can also be applied to a class, in which case it'll be as if all non-static fields that don't already have a Setter annotation have the annotation.

  • Optional Element Summary

    Optional Elements 
    Modifier and Type Optional Element Description
    Setter.AnyAnnotation[] onMethod
    Any annotations listed here are put on the generated method.
    Setter.AnyAnnotation[] onParam
    Any annotations listed here are put on the generated method's parameter.
    AccessLevel value
    If you want your setter to be non-public, you can specify an alternate access level here.
  • Element Details

    • value

      If you want your setter to be non-public, you can specify an alternate access level here.
      Returns:
      The setter method will be generated with this access modifier.
      Default:
      PUBLIC
    • onMethod

      Any annotations listed here are put on the generated method. The syntax for this feature depends on JDK version (nothing we can do about that; it's to work around javac bugs).
      up to JDK7:
      @Setter(onMethod=@__({@AnnotationsGoHere}))
      from JDK8:
      @Setter(onMethod_={@AnnotationsGohere}) // note the underscore after onMethod.
      Returns:
      List of annotations to apply to the generated setter method.
      Default:
      {}
    • onParam

      Any annotations listed here are put on the generated method's parameter. The syntax for this feature depends on JDK version (nothing we can do about that; it's to work around javac bugs).
      up to JDK7:
      @Setter(onParam=@__({@AnnotationsGoHere}))
      from JDK8:
      @Setter(onParam_={@AnnotationsGohere}) // note the underscore after onParam.
      Returns:
      List of annotations to apply to the generated parameter in the setter method.
      Default:
      {}