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From Matteo Barbieri <m.barbi...@ste-energy.com>
Subject Re: Bean serialized problem
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 07:37:33 GMT
Thank you a lot!
I will try this.

Thank you again

RCarter

Thomas Fischer ha scritto:

> Hi,
>
> this is a missing feature (well, some would call it a bug, regarding 
> that the beans are meant to be sent over the network :-) ) in the 
> generation of the beans. Not only the bean itself must implement the 
> Interface java.io.Serializable, but also the BaseBean class. You can
>
> 1) add the "implements Serializable" to each BaseBean you have 
> generated (but this will be lost each time you regenerate the model), or
>
> 2) change the templates yourself, or
>
> 3) checkout the source for the templates where I have just committed a 
> patch which solves the problem and rebuild the templates.jar.
>
> If you use the option 3), make sure that the generator uses the new 
> set of templates. To do this, you can build the whole 3.2-RC2-dev 
> version of Torque from source (this is what I would recommend):
>
> svn checkout http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/db/torque/trunks torque
>
> and run maven jar:install from the templates, generator, and runtime 
> directory, adn finally maven plugin:install from the maven-plugin 
> directory. If you use maven, make sure your project depends on the 
> 3.2-RC2-dev version of Torque.
>
> Alternatively, if you do not wnat to rebuild Torque as a whole, it 
> depends whether you use ant or maven. With ant, just remove the old 
> templates.jar from the lib directory of the generator and add the new 
> one. With maven, the best option which I can think of is to rename the 
> version of the templates to 3.2-RC1 in the POM and do a maven 
> jar:install then. (The problem is to tell the generator to use the new 
> version of the templates without rebuilding it)
>
> Hope I did not confuse you too much.
>
>    Thomas
>
> On Fri, 26 Aug 2005, Matteo Barbieri wrote:
>
>> Matteo Barbieri ha scritto:
>>
>>> Thomas Fischer ha scritto:
>>>
>>>> have you checked whether you can serialize and deserialize the bean in
>>>> the same JVM ?
>>>>
>>>>
>>> I can serialize and deserialize on the server, burt after sending the
>>> bean to the client (which I think is on a different JVM, even if on the
>>> same computer) it loses all data.
>>>
>>> -- 
>>> RCarter
>>>
>>>
>> Sorry, I've now understanded what you said.
>> No, I can't serialize and deserialize neither in the same JVM.
>>
>> What could it be?
>>
>> Thank you
>> -- 
>> RCarter
>>
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