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Serialization of a JTree

Francesco Marchioni
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Hi all!
I'm using an application where a JTree is dynamically built at runtime.
I need to add a function to save a "snapshot" of the jtree.
I think that serialization could be a valid option.
So I serialized the root DefaultMutableTreeNode and de-serialized it.

Unfortunately it doesn't work as I expected.

The jtree I re-build is incorrect (node names are missing, moreover application locks if I check one of the nodes)

Has anybody tried to save the state of a Jtree ?
Do I need to serialize also other components (which are linked with the jtree) ?
any advice will be very much appreciated....

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