In Java, how does one force someone to call a factory in order to create an object of some type (i.e. MyFactory.createObjectA()) and have it so they cannot create an instance of that object without the factory?
You cannot force something like that.
Even if the constructor is private() the class can still be instantiated using introspection.
The coder must obey the rules of creating the object throgh a factory,
This was posted to the Netbeans forum a Feb, 2010 and I also sent it to Verisign. Who didn't help much in my struggles to get my application signed.
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