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From Clinton Begin <clinton.be...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: LazyLoading and CGLIB return wrong types
Date Tue, 28 Jul 2009 13:10:13 GMT
You'll have to paste it in, as attachements get stripped.

I think I've seen it before though, a bunch of $adfweragvav type fields.  I
wish there was a way in XStream to ignore fields that start with $ or
something.  You'd have the same problem with any framework that uses CGLIB
or ASM etc.

I've heard that Betwixt might be a good alternative to XStream in this
regard.  Or you could try modifying XStream to ignore $ fields and subit a
patch back to them.


On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 2:35 AM, Dawson Lewis <hardcoreehb@yahoo.com.br>wrote:

> Hi,
> It is what I am doing , I am using xStream 1.3  for serializing , I was
> using the 1.3.1 version before but it could not serialize synchronized
> collections , then I switch to 1.3. It seems that xStream is also
> serializing those objects created by iBatis at runtime . Have a look at the
> xml file generated by xStream , see how much "garbage" (meaning no
> disrespect for either iBatis or xStream because I love them both) is being
> added.
> I do not want to serialize  these iBatis enhanced objects  .
> Regards,
> Stelio
> Have you tried serializing to XStream or another alternative, instead of
> using Java's serialization?  While this is a limitation of iBATI 2 (version
> 3 solves it somewhat, but still not between systems), you should never
> depend on Java serialization for connecting two systems.  You should choose
> a more canonical serialization process.  XStream is my personal favourite,
> but there are many others (even some binary).
> Java serialization is a bad thing to depend upon.
> Cheers,
> Clinton
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