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From marc...@redcetus.com
Subject Re: What should I do with serializable classes?
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2005 20:53:11 GMT
Hi

> I have several classes derived either from ValidatorForm or ActionForm.
> Both
> classes mark my derived class as serializable. I get a compiler warning
> about a missing serialVersionUID.
>

Maybe you are using non-serializable attributes. Check out the
serializable guide in java's docs.

> Why are those classes serializable, because data transfered through a
> network connection? How do I have to handle this warning? Should I just
> define a dummy serialVersionUID?

They are serializable because they must live in a session scope. Tomcat
will put the http sessions in persistent storage.... therefore,... you get
the picture

Hope it helps.

>
> Sebastian
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Regards

Marcelo


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