EntityProxys are implemented using AutoBeans so you can use AutoBeanUtils.getAutoBean(
EntityProxy proxy) to get an AutoBean instance from your proxy and then use an AutoBeanVisitor to traverse your hierarchy.
Thanks for these pointers, I was not aware of the AutoBeans machinery.
Unfortunately, this seems a "property tree traversal" kind of thing, and I need a "multiple dispatch" kind of thing.
As far as I can see, I still need a sequence of instanceof tests in AutoBeanVisitor.visit to dispatch to a different definition of visit based on the proxy concrete type.
Am I missing something?
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