@Implementation working with Active Objects in Confluence?

Hi,

I found this article https://dzone.com/articles/activeobjects-easier-java-orm which describes how to put some business logic in an AO. The example is 

@Implementation(CompanyImpl.class)
public interface Company extends Entity {
	// ...
}

public class CompanyImpl {
	private Company company;
	
	public CompanyImpl(Company company) {
		this.company = company;
	}
	
	public void setName(String name) {
		company.setName(name);
		
		name = name.trim();
		if (name.length() > 4) {
			company.setTickerSymbol(name.substring(0, 4).toUpperCase());
		} else {
			company.setTickerSymbol(name.toUpperCase());
		}
	}
}

 

in which Company is an Active Object that contains getName(..) and setName(..). Should this also work with Atlassian Active Objects? Is there another way how I can put some business logic in an Atlassian AO?

 

Thanks!

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