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Hi,

I am trying to write a generic implementation for an putAll method. In the implementation class i am not able to print the attributes of the Bean (e.g. name ,id ). Can you please let me why this happens or is there any other way to achieve it.



Thanks in Advance.

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The problem is this line:In this case Bean1 is not the name of a class Bean1. It is a generic parameter name.

This line is an equivalent to:You need to write:
 
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Thanks Paweł. Got it now.
 
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