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persistenc services.

 
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Can anyone help me to understand the meaning of "file-based persistence services" .
thanks in advance.
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Based on the name, it sounds like the data is simply written out to a file rather than another storage medium such as a database.
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Craig Berry
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This is nothing but Java's Serialization concept, which stores object in a .per(persistence) file using ObjectOutput/ObjectInput streams.
 
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