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Type Mismatch - why i am getting this error?

 
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My code looks like below:



Here i am using getBean() method with argument classtype. Why i am getting the error :

Type mismatch: cannot convert from Object to Car




Anything i am missing or doing wrong?

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Sudhakar
 
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Yeah, you're not casting.
 
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David Newton wrote:Yeah, you're not casting.



Thanks David for your reply..

But here i am giving the type of the object as second argument in the getBean method..

Is it not the right way?

 
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Where are you getting this warning ? In an editor ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:Where are you getting this warning ? In an editor ?



I am getting this warning in eclipse
 
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Which version of Spring are you using ? If you are using a version prior to 3.0, then you'll need to cast. From Spring 3.0, getBean uses generics, so you don't need to cast.
 
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