Inserting Data into a given Class

Is there a way that I can take the bones of the code below and make a method that will insert parameterised data into a given class?
Something like..

Public Sub saveSomething(className As String, insertData As Object())

                Public Sub saveWL(strWL As String, intOrder As Integer)
                Using dc = New Context(ConnectionString)
                Dim _WishListObj = New WishListClass With { _
                .WLText = strWL, .Order = intOrder}
                dc.WishLists.InsertOnSubmit(_WishListObj)
                dc.SubmitChanges()
                End Using
                End Sub

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
It could be possible by using Reflection ... but:
-it will slow down your process
-it won't result in compiled code (it will be interpreted at run time)
-is it really worth it?

What are you trying to achieve exactly?
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WatersideAuthor Commented:
I thought that might be the case.  I have a lot of entities that all need insert, Update and Delete routines.

I'm wondering if it might be simpler to create a routine that loops through the entities and their fields to create a text file that I can copy into my project?
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Other than Reflection, nothing comes to mind!
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WatersideAuthor Commented:
ok
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