Hi Peter,

An inner class is actually a separate class that contains a reference to 
the containing class.
When the class is serialized it will serialize that reference (since I 
presume it is not transient).
If the class is static then it will not have a rreference to the 
containing class but that may not be suitable for other reasons.

On 2002.03.13 02:44 Peter B. West wrote:
> Dear Fops,
> 
> I'm na´ve about serialization (among other things.)  Can anyone tell me 
> whether it is possible to serialize an instance of an inner class 
> without implicitly serializing the containing class instance?
> 
> Peter

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