I am developing an utility for my team.I am working with a file. Based on this file I generate a class at runtime.This class is a bean type of thing with getters & setters.This class is generated in a folder on my system.Now I have to display as many fields on the browser as there are getters in the class.For this I used reflection and successfully displayed that many fields on the browser.When the user inputs data I again used reflection to call the setters to set the data.So far so good.Now I am required to send this bean instance with the set values as an argument to another method in another program.I can't modify this method or program as it is a standard one already available.But as I was using reflection what I have with me now is the instance of the bean class and not the actual bean instance.Is there a way in which I can get the actual bean instance along with my set values?
Joined: Feb 16, 2005
Should do the trick.
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Joined: Nov 13, 2005
Thanks Jeremy...that should definitely do the trick.Too silly of me that I didn't reflect on the constructor/s available for the class instance!!!thanks a lot for waking me up:-)