913214 wrote:Absolutely. I pointed you to a solution that fits the problem you described. Makes perfect sense.
Are you sure that your participation in this thread makes sense?
I'm sure - it has totally no sense. I tried to explain what I'm going to do for three times, someone who really wants to help could make an idea what I need - you did not.Wrong. I gave you a good idea. I pointed it out 3 or 4 times. You completely ignored it. If you don't think that approach will work for you, the burden is on YOU to explain why.
For next time I'll remember your nick and I'll not to talk to you and please - do the same! ;)I'll say whatever I like to whomever I like.
913214 wrote:Which, by definition, means a base class.
- there is one general setting object, this object reads settings from JAVA properties files (this file is previously mentioned parameter)
- I want to use this universal object to create another kinds of setting
- main application setting, e-mail setting, database setting setting etc. These settings objects do in practise same things:Each type does the following