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Accessing Tree Cache AOP classes

anupa oru
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Hi Folks,

I am using TreeCacheAOP Jboss Cache to cache read-only data in JBoss 4.0, I am caching a object and reading that from cache at some point.

Basically cached Object is serializable and I want it to be seriable since my front-end environment will only work with Serialized objects as far as middleware concern. My question would be can I cache serializable objects in TreeCacheAOP and access them at client. I tried that and I got the following exception at client


What would be work-aorund this problem.

Please let me know ASAP.
Thanks
 
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