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dynamic proxy class

Nada Mohammed
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Joined: Sep 22, 2000
Posts: 30
Hello every body,
i have my own package .inside my package i use invoke method form java.lang.Reflect . This invoke method call method from out side package at run time .However, becuase i try to call method from outside package and not public i get the follwoing Exception :
at run time
my question :
can i use dynamic proxy class in the reflect package to solve my problem ???
Actually , when i back to proxy class i found that it also depend on invoke method in the invokation handler
so pleeeease i need support
Roseanne Zhang
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Joined: Nov 14, 2000
Posts: 1953
Do you think what you get is the reasonable behavior of Java?
Do you assume Proxy or reflection should break the rule of Java, and open a backdoor to a class, and let it do something which it is not supposed to do?
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