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Serializable is enough?

Peter Kovgan
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Joined: Sep 18, 2003
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Please, help me.
On Axis 1.3:

1)If my class has java bean structure it is enough to declare beanMapping to pass this class as parameter?
I suppose answer YES.

2)If my class is implementation of java.io.Serializable and it's contained objects are also Serializable, is it enough to declare beanMapping or I need custom de/serializer?

3)Is java.util.LinkedHashMap may be de/serialized by beanMapping or I need custom de/serializer?

4)Where is tutorial/help for de/serialization??

Thanks a lot!!
 
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