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Problem with the object serialization and stream

 
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Hello,
Actually i am working on the program which will serialize the vector object(using ObjectOutputStream's Class writeObject()) in the client program and in the server side i am deserializing that object by retreiving the inputstream from the request object like, request.getInputStream() but i am not getting the input Stream in the server side and if i am printing number of bytes present in the input stream in the server it is giving 0.
THis is my code


client side code is :::

and Server side code is ::::



JCE: please UseCodeTags
 
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