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I have a .instance file. How do I get an actual object instance?
InstanceCookie (note that if you have an entire folder of
.instance files, there’s a more efficient way to get all of them):
DataObject dob = DataObject.find (theDotInstanceFileObject); InstanceCookie ck = dob.getLookup().lookup(InstanceCookie.class); MyObject obj = (MyObject) ck.instanceCreate();
(you can and should call
ck.instanceClass() to ensure the type cast is correct ahead of time)
T obj=FileUtil.getConfigObject("Actions/Window/org-foo-B.instance", T.class) //for example: Action action=FileUtil.getConfigObject("Actions/Window/org-netbeans-core-windows-actions-ResetWindowsAction.instance", Action.class)
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