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SSEAR1-May-12 21:01
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BobJanova wrote:
I don't understand what the problem with allowing users to create instances of their classes directly is. (Users in this case meaning users of the framework; that could well be you as well.)


Last month I developed a Microsoft Exchange Server wrapper component. Interfaces will expose methods and there is a wrapper class to resolve the implementation using an IOC container. That was for an old version of exchange server. I uploaded the code to the code database. Few days later the Exchange Server upgraded and there was a requirement to implement the new API. So I created new classes for the newer version and also changed the wrapper class to register new classes with IOC container. But some developers from other projects directly access the classes of old version so that they lost the new changes. As you said I can advise them to follow this discipline. But I feel it is a burden for me. I have to spend my precious time to watch them. Hope you understand my situation.
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