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Auto-wiring dependencies with dynamic parameters

 
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I have multiple implementations of an employee interface - each one representing a particular employee type based on salary classification(HourlyEmployee,MonthlyEmployee etc.)
Each Employee type contains a PayClassification member.The PaymentClassification class has a single member 'schedule'.


A client class ExecutePay instantiates a particular EmployeeType and queries for its PaymentType.
The metadata file is as follows:


TO have PayClassification have a unique value of 'schedule' for each employee type,the easiest solution is to create a unique PayClassification 'resource' corresponding to each employee type and autowire that.
But that is not an ideal extensible solution.
Is there a way to autowire PayClassification with a unique 'schedule' value for every employee type being defined in the system dynamically.
 
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