On 7/18/06, Steve Moitozo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for the quick response. Do you know if there's a way to tell Java
>  which parts of an object are vital during serialization and which can
> be ignored.

yep, the transient keyword. Transient fields will not be serialized
(and thus null after serialization). Useful for lazy init fields.

> Am I correct in assuming that if I do not correct this my app will
> continue to work in a single JVM environment but it will probably not
> work in a clustered environment?

Correct, if you use the default serialization mechanism. Fix is easy
usually. Just let those classes implement Serializable.


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