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Bean Deserialization

Sumukh Deshpande
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Hello,

I am trying to access a bean which comes from a request. I want to redirect that bean to some other controller.
Can anybody please explain how do I do that?

I heard of deserializing of beans while accessing in HttpServletRequest object.
Can you also explain me why?


Thanks in advance.
Bear Bibeault
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Only strings can be sent as part of an HTTP request, so I'm not sure what you mean by a "bean" in the request. You'll need to explain what you are referring to in more details.


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Sumukh Deshpande
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Only strings can be sent as part of an HTTP request


I got my answer by your hint. Thanks Bear Bibeault.
 
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