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Javafx passing parameters before loading the fxml loader

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Hi experts . I m trying to pass parameters to fxml loader before loading the controller to define the gui how it should look like and what it should include a.s.o.
I have a main container and after clicking on buttons this container is loading the data from fxml. like this:
@FXML
private StackPane acContent;
@FXML
private void btnSupplierOnClick(ActionEvent event) throws IOException {
  FXMLLoader fxmlLoader = new FXMLLoader();
  fxmlLoader.load(getClass().getResource(/view/application/supplier/ViewSupplierList.fxml").openStream());
  AnchorPane acPane = fxmlLoader.getRoot();
  ViewSupplierListController supplierListController = fxmlLoader.getController();
  // Passing data to the supplierListController
  supplierListController.setData(userNameMedia,rootPane,acContent,acMain);
  acContent.getChildren().clear();
  acContent.getChildren().add(acPane);
}

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With the setData function i m passing values to the controller but this happens after the controller has been loaded.
After googling i found a solution here (1. Create a controller instance manually) but i didn t get it to work.
Any help to solve my problem?
Thank you in advance.
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