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Java: Convert List<Object[]> to List<MyBean>

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Hi Sirs
I have a List<Object[]> that I want to convert to a List<MyBean>, and pass it to JRBeanCollectionDatasoure.
I have options: Looping through the list and Building List<MyBean>, or define an Entity class pointing to a working table.
I wonder if there is not a tool that can do that, similar to what JackSon does with its convertValue, readValue voids, etc...
The SELECT statement based on which I build List<Object[]> comes from a stored procedure handling all my reports requests. So the fields in that SELECT are similar to those in MyBean.

Any idea will be welcome.
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I wonder if there is not a tool that can do that
I suspect not, not least since one problem would be - how would the tool know how to convert from an array into a single object? How are you going to do that manually btw?
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Thanks CEHJ,
Finally, I will build List<MyBean> manually, while looping through the resultSet.
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