I need to instantiate an object at runtime without nowing the class definistion
before runtime. The class information is stored in an XML file. For example,
If I have an XML file that has tablename and attributes (fields) and the
values of the fields. I don't want to build beans for all table names. I
want to have an XML file (so that users and NOT programmers can modify).
If we add a new entry (a new tablename and new fields) to the XML file, the
factory class will generate the instances for each table in runtime. Of course
there is generic logic for the getters and setters of the generated Instantiaded
The point is: I don't want to hard code table names and table fields in the
java code. I want my java code to read an XML file and generate the necessary
code for the beans.
Is it possible. Any guidance is appriciated.
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