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sending an object form client (Swing) to sever (EJB3)

 
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hello friends i've been trying to send an object from client my (Swing) application to my server (EJB3 remote session bean)
please take a look at my codes and guide me where did do i wrong.
thanks for your helps

Server side in my EJB3 Container (My web application is glassfish)





after i compiled this code i made a jar file and deploy it
my container deployed this jar file without any problem.
also i add this jar file to my classpath in client side till the swing application has had access to this jar file

In my client site (Swing application)





when i want to pass the String or int Object my program works good and without problem but wen i want to send an object
i encountered to this exception


my main question is how can i send an object from client side to sever side with ejb3 please give an example code
 
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Babak,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

Does your object implement the java.io.Serializable interface? If not, it can't be passed to an EJB.
 
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