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Object mapping at runtime

 
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1] Scenario-1

We have a scenario where we will get logical name of the tables from which we have to decide which table we have to refer to fetch data. So in this case i dont want to go with the option of creating as many POJO/Domain classes for all the tables in the databse. Is there any way where creation of POJO and maintaing the respective mapping in Hibernate.

2] Scenario-2

Say we have multiple tables but the column names differs with the prefixes like
Table1- Column Name - CKCState
Table2- Column Name - PMCState
So is there any way where we can maintain single POJO class but column mapping will done at runtime in hibernate.
 
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