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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What resources are available to read Java serialized output in C++ programs?
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I want to have a complete control of the binary file format generated by ObjectOutputStream , so I ...
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Is there a maximum size of a serialized object tree graph?
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Using ObjectOutputStream , how can I use writeObject() to write the same object twice, so on the ...
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If an object is serialized by a 1.1.x VM, can it be de-serialized by a 1.2.x VM?
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How can I save an Image object using Serialization?
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Can I use an arbitrary long value for serialVersionUID ?
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Why would I want to implement Externalizable instead of Serializable ?
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What are the writeReplace() and readResolve() methods used for?
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How do I use the @serial javadoc tag?
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