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spring and dynamic factories

 
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Hi,

I'm wondering how to best implement and wire a dynamic factory class where the user at runtime determine which class to instantiate. Let's say I've got a legacy class that looks like this



I don't understand how to wire my beans so that Spring can instantiate the selected class at runtime.

I've seen examples where people done something like this:


SpringContextManager is a class that instantiates the ApplicationContext.


Thanks
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