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From "Brian J. Sayatovic" <t...@trinition.org>
Subject Re: Hiding setter methods of a bean
Date Wed, 08 Dec 2004 04:30:24 GMT
I think a custom Serializer/Deserializer will handle this.  Then you can 
write out the schema with only those attributes you'd like, and then 
only write out / read in the properties you're interested in exposing 
when de/serializing instances.

Regards,
Brian.

Koney, Satish wrote:

>Hello,
>
>I am writing a web service in which I am returning a User object to the
>client. On the server side, this User object looks just like an ordinary
>JavaBean.
>In the server side I want to have setter methods for all the properties in
>User.
>
>But when I return the User object to the client, that object should not have
>setter methods.
>Is there anyway I can achieve this?
>
>Thanks,
>SSSS.
>
>
>
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