T- the type of the object contained in this
public final class MarshalledObject<T> extends Object implements Serializable
MarshalledObjectcontains a byte stream with the serialized representation of an object given to its constructor. The
getmethod returns a new copy of the original object, as deserialized from the contained byte stream. The contained object is serialized and deserialized with the same serialization semantics used for marshaling and unmarshaling parameters and return values of RMI calls: When the serialized form is created:
MarshalledObjectis represented by a serialized instance of its stub.
When copy of the object is retrieved (via the
if the class is not available locally, it will be loaded from the
appropriate location (specified the URL annotated with the class descriptor
when the class was serialized.
MarshalledObject facilitates passing objects in RMI calls
that are not automatically deserialized immediately by the remote peer.
|Constructor and Description|
Creates a new
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns a new copy of the contained marshalledobject.
Return a hash code for this
public MarshalledObject(T obj) throws IOException
MarshalledObjectthat contains the serialized representation of the current state of the supplied object. The object is serialized with the semantics used for marshaling parameters for RMI calls.
obj- the object to be serialized (must be serializable)
IOException- if an
IOExceptionmay occur if
objis not serializable.
public T get() throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
IOException- if an
IOExceptionoccurs while deserializing the object from its internal representation.
ClassNotFoundException- if a
ClassNotFoundExceptionoccurs while deserializing the object from its internal representation. could not be found
public int hashCode()
public boolean equals(Object obj)
MarshalledObjectto another object. Returns true if and only if the argument refers to a
MarshalledObjectthat contains exactly the same serialized representation of an object as this one does. The comparison ignores any class codebase annotation, meaning that two objects are equivalent if they have the same serialized representation except for the codebase of each class in the serialized representation.