Have an autobean created after deserliazing the json response. Then I save it in two different files to the classmembers with getter and setter
MyBean bean = null;
public MyBean getBean()
public void setBean(MyBean beanVal)
this.MyBean = beanVal;
Similarly in Class B. The reason to have the bean value at 2 places is :one bean value is referred as original or default and the other can be updated. So whenver user wants to Reset, default bean can be loaded. I am seeing a strange behaviour: when I update the bean from class A, bean value in class B is also updated.
Please suggest how can I have 2 instance to solve my case.
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