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miercuri, 3 iunie 2015

[OmniFaces utilities 2.1/2.0] Get the Class instance associated with the class of the given string

This utility method exist in OmniFaces 2.0, but it was slightly improved in OmniFaces 2.1.

[OmniFaces utilities] The toClass() returns the Class instance associated with the class of the given string, using the context class loader and if that fails the defining class loader of the current class. Just pass in the fully qualified class name of the class for which a Class instance needs to be created.


import org.omnifaces.util.Reflection;
// example 1, fully qualified class name: book.beans.BookBean
Class<BookBean> bookBean = (Class<BookBean>) Reflection.toClass("book.beans.BookBean");

// example 2, fully qualified class name: javax.faces.component.UIInput
Class<UIInput> uiInput = (Class<UIInput>) Reflection.toClass("javax.faces.component.UIInput");

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