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    If you want to access functions/variables of a class from a different class they can't be private. The modifier private means that a function/variable can only be accessed from within the same class. Try the default, protected or public modifier.

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    When a member (Variables, methods, and constructors) is private, it is only accessible within the same class as it is declared. Attempting to access or instantiate it from another class would throw java.lang.IllegalAccessException exception.

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via Oracle Community by 807606, 1 year ago
Class test1.TestRunMethod can not access a member of class test2.MyTargetClass with modifiers "public static"
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Class two.TestReflection can not access a member of class one.Test with modifiers "public"
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Class com.myapp.core.utils.EventDispatcher can not access a member of class appApp$1 with modifiers "public"
java.lang.IllegalAccessException: Class test1.TestRunMethod can not access a member of classtest2.MyTargetClasswith modifiers "public static" at sun.reflect.Reflection.ensureMemberAccess( at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(