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Compare objects of different classes in java .

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I have 2 value objects or datamodel objects . They have close to 15 getters and setter methods . everytime i will have to compare these two objects by manually using if equals etc .
Is there something I can use to compare a few methods in 2 different objects ?
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Have a look at the Commons Lang api. There's a default equals implementer in there that uses reflection
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