> AFAIK, you have existing interface (GWT record) ... and you want to
> create a concrete implementation of that interface - if you will
> choose GWT generator or APT/JSR269 processor is does not matter - both
> can fullfil your needs. processor in the java compile time, generator
> in the GWT compile time.
AFAICT, the OP was about generating GWT 2.1 record interfaces from JPA-
annotated classes; at least that's what I was assuming. If you already
have the GWT 2.1 record interfaces, then you don't need to build a
generator, as you'll probably use a RequestFactory (why would you use
a GWT 2.1 record otherwise?).
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