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Direct implementations of ObjectModelProvider interface can be thought of as "typed" providers in a sense that arguments of getChildren, getElementValue and getAttributeValue methods are supposed to be of concrete Java types (other than java.lang.Object) from the target class hierarchy. Contrary, in GenericObjectModelFactory these arguments are of type java.lang.Object. The framework won't introspect an implementation of GenericObjectModelProvider to find "typed" implementations of getChildren, getElementValue and getAttributeValue. Instead it will call the generic methods.

Alexey Loubyansky
$Revision: 1958 $
public interface GenericObjectModelProvider
   extends ObjectModelProvider
   Object getChildren(Object oMarshallingContext ctxString namespaceURIString localName);
   Object getElementValue(Object oMarshallingContext ctxString namespaceURIString localName);
   Object getAttributeValue(Object oMarshallingContext ctxString namespaceURIString localName);
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