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RE: XMLEncoder and PersistenceDelegates

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  • Subject: RE: XMLEncoder and PersistenceDelegates
  • From: Jeff Lowery <Jeff.Lowery@c...>
  • Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2003 13:45:06 -0700

Anybody here using java.beans.XMLEncoder?  I've got a class with a data
member that gets initialized to a default instance. I want to overwrite the
default instance with a persisted instance.  I thought the following
persistence delegate would do the job:

           new DefaultPersistenceDelegate()
                    protected void initialize(Class type, Object
                                             Object newInstance, Encoder
                       super.initialize(type, oldInstance, newInstance,
                       out.writeStatement(new Statement(oldInstance,
                                                        new Object[]

Which I would expect to produce and XML-encoded setX statement in the output
file with the correct value from the original instance, but no such
statement is printed.  I've checked that out.executeStatements == true right
before the writeStatement() call, so what gives?


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