Thursday, May 3, 2001 08:47 AM
Serialization streams are not like random access
files - you can't just replace objects you already
wrote the the stream. Read the Serialization FAQs
for an extended discussion of this.
What you need is to serialize each object separately
to a file, and do some database-like manipulation
of that file (search, retrieve, replace). You can start
"Use a RandomAccessFile to build a low-level database"