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xml object serialization
Anthony B. Coates writes:

 > Larry Cable once apologised to me for 2 things in Java, while he
 > was still at Sun: applets & Java serialisation.  He felt then that
 > XML was a far better solution than Java serialisation.  Not that
 > I've kept up with how Java serialisation has moved on since then
 > (2000), but I wonder if it has really improved enough, particularly
 > the fact that deserialisation was slower than parsing the
 > equivalent XML.

Automating XML/code connections, either through data binding or simply
through automatic serialization, has been a sort-of philosopher's
stone in parts of the XML community (with all that implies).


All the best,


David

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David Megginson, david@m..., http://www.megginson.com/

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