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The get and set may be in the aspects, but they are woven inside the clases at compilation time, that means you can act like if they were inside the class, for example assuming you have a person entity with a name field you can use:
Person p=new Person();
And it will compile perfectly by using maven, you only need ajdt support if you want code completion to work in eclipse, but not to compile or use Roo POJOS from any place.
Not sure if this is the appropiate place for this, but to make any eclipse recognize the aspects i think you only need to install the AspectJ Development Tools plugin, but you will loose all roo, spring and maven integration STS provides.