public class SerialJavaObject extends Object implements Serializable, Cloneable
A serializable mapping in the Java programming language of an SQL
JAVA_OBJECT value. Assuming the Java object implements the
Serializable interface, this class simply wraps the serialization process.
If however, the serialization is not possible because the Java object is not immediately serializable, this class will attempt to serialize all non-static members to permit the object state to be serialized. Static or transient fields cannot be serialized; an attempt to serialize them will result in a
SerialException object being thrown.
public SerialJavaObject(Object obj) throws SerialException
SerialJavaObject helper class.
obj- the Java
Objectto be serialized
SerialException- if the object is found not to be serializable
public Object getObject() throws SerialException
Object that is a copy of this
SerialJavaObjectobject as an
Objectin the Java programming language
SerialException- if the instance is corrupt
public Field getFields() throws SerialException
Returns an array of
Field objects that contains each field of the object that this helper class is serializing.
SerialException- if an error is encountered accessing the serialized object
SecurityException- If a security manager, s, is present and the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for the class of the object being serialized and invocation of
s.checkPackageAccess()denies access to the package of that class.
public boolean equals(Object o)
Compares this SerialJavaObject to the specified object. The result is
true if and only if the argument is not
null and is a
SerialJavaObject object that is identical to this object
o- The object to compare this
trueif the given object represents a
SerialJavaObjectequivalent to this SerialJavaObject,
public int hashCode()
Returns a hash code for this SerialJavaObject. The hash code for a
SerialJavaObject object is taken as the hash code of the
Object it stores
public Object clone()
Returns a clone of this
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