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From "Ajith Ranabahu" <>
Subject Re: Serialize java object in Axis2
Date Fri, 20 Jun 2008 21:33:55 GMT
We've moved away from the Axis1 model and in Axis2 the serilization
code is included  in the beans itself. For example if you code
generate with ADB , XMLBeans or any other databinding configuration
then the beans will either have the capability to
serialize/deserialize themselves or the classes required will be
generated and installed as part of the generated code. If you need to
do with arbitrary beans

* You'll have to write some code specific to your beans to
serilaize/deserialize them


* use one of the introspective bean serializers we have. IIRC there is
such a utility written for the Java2WSDL.


On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 4:10 PM, Willard, Jonathan
<> wrote:
> Are the beans really serialized or are they transformed into soap elements
> via introspection?  I would suspect the latter.  The serialization
> requirement is a bean requirement but I *think* axis2 requires the bean
> introspection not the bean serialization.  I could be totally wrong but that
> is my gut guess.
> Jon
> ________________________________
> From: Rajesh, Peter (CLAIMS, WIP) []
> Sent: Friday, June 20, 2008 3:11 PM
> To:
> Subject: Serialize java object in Axis2
> Hi,
> What is the class/method to use to serialize the java object and to create
> the xml.
> I'm looking for BeanSerializer but couldn't find it in Axis2 API's.
> Please help
> Thanks & Regards,
> Peter Rajesh
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Ajith Ranabahu

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