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Unable to instantiate live instance for INSTANCE;

I have this warning message:
Unable to instantiate live instance for INSTANCE; using placeholder object instead.
in this class
public class PMDS {

    private static final PMDS instance = new PMDS();

    public static PMDS getInstance() {
        return instance;
    }
    DecisionCenterControl dcc;
    IGateway mFxcmGateway;
    MarketDataSnapshot incomingQuote;
    ITransportable message;

    private PMDS() {
        this.mFxcmGateway = DBFXConnect.getGateway();
        incomingQuote = (MarketDataSnapshot)message;
    }

    /**
     * @param message

     * @throws SQLException
     * @throws ClassNotFoundException
     * @throws InstantiationException
     * @throws IllegalAccessException
     * @throws FieldNotFound
     * @throws Exception
     */

    String symbol;
    double bidPx;
    double askPx;
    double bid;
    double ask;
//    BigDecimal ask;
    String eurusd_bid;
    String eurusd_ask;


    public void parseMarketDataSnapshot(ITransportable message,
                                        boolean printMarketData) throws SQLException,
                                                                        ClassNotFoundException,
                                                                        InstantiationException,
                                                                        IllegalAccessException,
                                                                        FieldNotFound,
                                                                        Exception {

        if (message instanceof MarketDataSnapshot) {

            incomingQuote = (MarketDataSnapshot)message;
            symbol = incomingQuote.getInstrument().getSymbol();
            bidPx = incomingQuote.getBidOpen();
            askPx = incomingQuote.getAskOpen();

            try {

                if ("EUR/USD".equalsIgnoreCase(symbol.trim())) {

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What is it placeholder object?
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gbcbr
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for_yanCommented:
What is this "warning message"? Is it a Java runtime exception? What is exact Exception class name as you see it appear?
Can you post the stacktrace of it with exact line number
and how exactly this warning appears?

Another question - can you explain - in your own practical words - I mean not just this is a "singleton" pattern or something,
but physically, what is special about this class in this program, that the the authors of this code
use this kind of system to get to this instance - why not to have normal public constructor and then say
PMDS p = new PMDS() ? Maybe if you do just that - you'll not have this warning?
 
 


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for_yanCommented:

Well, it does not llok like Java Exception.
Are you by chance using somthing like JDeveloper.

If you google this warning  message, all pages which come up
have to do JDeveloper folks and something about JavaBeans
used for creating visual controls in JDeveloper, or something like
that. Your class does not seem to be a visual element.
Anyway, in one case I found some sort of explanation, seems from someone knowledgeable (see link below).
Please, read, perhaps it can give you some clue where to look and what to think:
http://programming.itags.org/development-tools/123520/

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gbcbrAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your search, I google also this question before ask it here But I didn't find any explanation for my case.
Your link little bit help, but after your first reply I start reinvestigate my classes and found that nobody call PMDS class.
Really I don't remember who advice me to change it from PMDS pmds = new PMDS(); as I created from beginning.
I return everything back to original direct call from constructor of DBFXConnect and forget about this instantiation.
Thank you.
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for_yanCommented:
Great! I'm very happy. I like everything simple.
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