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Servlet, Eclipse, and Java 5.0

Giovanni De Stefano
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Joined: Aug 17, 2004
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Hi guys,
I created a very simple Servlet using Eclipse as IDE and Java 5.0.

I got the following warning since I upgraded to Java 5.0:
The serializable class ServletName does not declare a static final serial/VersionUID field of type long

Could you please tell me what this means?
Thank you in advance.

Giovanni


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Giovanni,
Take a look at these two threads in IDE's from April and March


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Giovanni De Stefano
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Thank you, that was very useful!

Giovanni
 
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