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Thread: Method injection

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    Default Method injection

    I am invoking a method from a class I obtained by using a URLClassLoader. Which is giving me the following exception.

    The line that gives this exception is

    public static Object invoked(String aClass, String aMethod, Class[] params,
    			Object[] args) throws Exception {
    		Method m = mine.getDeclaredMethod(aMethod, params);
    		Object i = mine.newInstance();
    		Object r = m.invoke(i, args);//this line :(
    		return r;

    and is called here...

    try {
    				Object a = invoked("Script name", "method4", new Class[] {},
    				new Object[] {});
    				boolean b = (Boolean) a;
    				return b;
    			} catch (Exception e2) {

    Edit: The class name isn't used, avoiding any confusing.

    The method has no parameters either, why is it giving that exception and what does it mean?
    Last edited by java?; December 27th, 2010 at 10:35 PM.
    ohai, java?

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    Default Re: Method injection

    Its a bit unclear to me what the context is here, what is mine? Passing a regular object to the reflection method will not give you access to a method named 'method4'. Might be best to post a short, compilable, runnable example that demonstrates the problem.

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