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Java XML Q&A » Development » xmlencoder 

1. XMLEncoder and PersistenceDelegate    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to use XMLEncoder to write an object graph (tree in my case) to a file. However, one class contained in it is not actually a Java bean and I ...

2. XMLEncoder does not encode zero values    stackoverflow.com

I'm encoding a short integer with value 0 and XMLEncoder does not encode it. How can I force it?

3. BeanInfo dependency with XMLEncoder    coderanch.com

Hi In my application i am using XMLEncoder to seralize the java beans and at the same time each bean has a beaninfo in the classpath . Suppose if my javabean name is abc , my beaninfo class is abcBeanInfo. But the problem is that as XMLEncoder uses introspector , it gets my beanInfo and writes using this ...because of which ...

4. XMlEncoder writeObject throwing a StackOverflow    coderanch.com

Hi all I am using XMLEncoder to persist my java bean and that's present in a different classloader .. Hence i formed a URLClassloader loading that jar and set that as Current Classloader by using the thread Thread.currentThread().setContextClassLoader(urlLoader); But after setting this and saying encoder.writeObject(customClass) ... Its throwing a StackOverflow error Can any one let me know what might have gone ...

5. XMLEncoder exception    coderanch.com

I don't know if I'll be able to help. However, if you can show the code where this error occurs, it will definitely be helpful for others to try and find the problem. Be sure to include enough code to give some context. Also mark which line is referenced by the error. It might also be helpful if you paste the ...

6. XMLEncoder - Stackoverflowerror - overriding equals    coderanch.com

Hi, I'm trying to write out a class to XML using XMLEncoder. There's a few unique things about this class. 1) It has no default constructor 2) I'm overriding the equals method. 3) The class has a static int count which defaults to 0. Each object is assigned an ID based on the current count. The ID is used to compare ...

7. Trying to use XMLEncoder    coderanch.com

Greetings, previous post on same issue was probably to confusing, so I have simplified the code; Sorry if my example is long. public class Zoo { public static void main(String[] args) { Dog myDog = new Dog("Tank"); System.out.println("My Dog's name is " + myDog.getName()); System.out.println(myDog.getName() + " has " + myDog.getNumberOfLegs() + " number of legs."); System.out.println("Persisting native" + myDog.getName()); StaticUtils.nativePersistenceStatic(myDog); ...

9. XMLEncoder e XMLDecoder    java-forums.org

Hi! I have this problem... java.lang.IllegalAccessException: Class sun.reflect.misc.Trampoline can not access a member of class Person with modifiers "" Continuing ... java.lang.Exception: XMLEncoder: discarding statement XMLEncoder.writeObject(Person); Continuing ... My code Person class public class Person implements Serializable { private String name = null; private String addr = null; Person(){} Person(String n, String a) { name = n; addr = a; } ...

10. XMLEncoder - how    forums.oracle.com

11. XMLEncoder tutorial    forums.oracle.com

12. XMLEncoder    forums.oracle.com

13. java.lang.InstantiationException / XMLEncoder error what's that?    forums.oracle.com

Hello there! After I received so much help from Joachim yesterday, I think I have to bother you again with a problem: I wrote this application for testing purposes. This app only counts an interger up and down from 0 to 10 and displays the value in a JTextBox as Strings like int = 3 means: "three". These Strings are all ...

15. XMLEncoder / XMLDecoder : problem with foreign characters    forums.oracle.com

Based on what I know of what you are doing (essentially I know nothing): Do something differently. I guess you're not allowing the parser to determine the encoding of the XML document, but doing it yourself, incorrectly. Probably by allowing the system's default encoding to be used Don't do that. You could post some code if you want more helpful advice. ...

17. XMLEncoder    forums.oracle.com

Hi I am learning to use XMLEncoder/XMLDecoder, they work fine, except I wonder how to make the output encrypted, my code looks like this : XML_Encoder=new XMLEncoder(new BufferedOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(File_Path))); XML_Encoder.writeObject(My_Bean_Object); Can someone show me how to encrypt the xml and write it out ? Then decrypt it before read it in ? Thanks Frank

18. XMLEncoder - saving an enum (newbie)    forums.oracle.com

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