Serialization

Serialization allows you to create a JVM-independent binary representation of an in-memory Java object. This external representation may be used to transfer or store the object and to recreate it in another JVM.  

Serialization allows you to create a JVM-independent binary representation of an in-memory Java object. This external representation may be used to transfer or store the object and to recreate it in another JVM.   <<Less

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How can I compress & decompress data(e.g, object) while storing them into a file?
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How do i copy an object in java?
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I am trying to serialize the JTable or TableModel. I need to pass it to the servlet, so I set it as...
Wed 05/16/01
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Is there a way to serialize PreparedStatement object? thanks
Thu 05/17/01
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I am evaluating an multy tier architecture, and performing some test for achieving the best perform...
Fri 06/01/01
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I have a method for serializing a hashtable. _cache is the hashtable, and _cachefile is the na...
Thu 06/14/01
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What is the difference between remote and serialized objects?
Sun 07/08/01
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i have opened a FileOutputStream(fis)(name,true) for appending and created a ObjectOutputStream with...
Sun 07/08/01
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What does a Serializable interface do?
Fri 07/13/01
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What is the difference between Serialization and marshalling?
Fri 07/11/08
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