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RE: JDBC: Getting started with Serialization

From: "SHARMA, Vivek, GNW IT" <Vivek(dot)Sharma(at)greenwichnatwest(dot)com>
To: "'Peter Mount'" <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk>
Cc: "'pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org'" <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: RE: JDBC: Getting started with Serialization
Date: 1999-12-23 12:02:26
Message-ID: F370715B4543D211B9E00008C7A4A2880200C5C8@lonxpr0212.lon.grnw.com (view raw or flat)
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Thank you for your prompt reply. Judging by your email, I think that I have
actually tried what you have said -- it is nice to know that I am not
completely on the wrong path :-). 

You asked if I could send you some further details regarding this error:

>>> * Trying to use the create(Connection db, Class c) or create(Connection
db,
>>> Object o) methods I just get a null pointer exception.

>> Can you send me some more details on this please.

Unfortunately there is not much detail that I can forward to you at this
point in time. That was the only exception raised and my source code is at
home (this is my work email account) and so I can not forward it to you from
here.

I think I have already done most of what you suggested. However I do have a
few questions. In your example, why is there a variable called sting? Is it
there purely as an example or is it meant to signify something?

> package mypackage;
> public class myclass implements Serializable
> {
> 	public long oid;
>	public String string;
>}

Also what is the "type" parameter (of Type String) in the Serialize
constuctor meant to be for?

I have downloaded the source code for postgres to look at the driver code.
However I can see no example there for using Serialization. However, I
should be able to see how it all works by looking through the source driver.

Regards,

Viv.

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