Hi Leonardo,

How Hibernate Interceptor injects classes in Wicket classes ?!

Wicket serializes the Page instance and everything in it, i.e. components,
their models, etc.
For some reason you pass non-serializable instance of one of your
Viaggio*** classes to a Wicket component/model.

Show us the related code so we can take a look and tell you what is not

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:30 PM, Leonardo D'Alimonte <
leonardo.dalimo...@loginet.it> wrote:

> Hi Martin,
> actually ViaggioService comes from a domain class, ViaggioRete, where is
> injected through a custom Hibernate Interceptor.
> At the moment, it seems I have to let all my code implement the
> Serializable
> interface, but it doesn't sound as the correct option. Futhermore, I got
> stuck on Spring classes, like XmlWebApplicationContext or
> ServiceLocatorFactoryBean.ServiceLocatorInvocationHandler(), that are not
> serializable.
> Maybe I need to go through big changes on my business logic to avoid these
> kind of problems?
> Sorry if I'm bothering you but I really would like to come to an end on
> this
> migration :)
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