First, I apologize if the email address is not the correct one to ask for help. I'd appreciate it if you can forward my question to the appropriate forum, or send me the email address where I can get help.

Second, thanks for Jython. It's a great tool

Finally, my question:
I use Jython to test some Java code we are developing. One class "A" defines a inner class called "PK", but has also a method called "getPK".

When Jython tries to access A.PK it returns an exception because it tries to get an attribute PK for an instance of A (the property generated automatically using the JavaBean Introspector)

Is there a way to have Jython getting the inner class instead?