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Dozer-5.3.2: Assistance mapping object dependencies.

Rajkamal Pillai
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Hello,

I am using Dozer 5.3.2 and am trying to map two object hierarchies (A1 ,-> A2). For maintainability purposes I would like to keep the dozer mapping file elementary. The object hierarchy is as below:



I want to map this to a hierarchy exactly similar in composition (for now) and do not want to use:



Is there a means of mapping:



and:





Cheers,
Raj.
 
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