org.apache.shiro.io
Class DefaultSerializer<T>

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.shiro.io.DefaultSerializer<T>
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializer<T>

public class DefaultSerializer<T>
extends Object
implements Serializer<T>

Serializer implementation that uses the default JVM serialization mechanism (Object Input/Output Streams).

Since:
0.9

Constructor Summary
DefaultSerializer()
           
 
Method Summary
 T deserialize(byte[] serialized)
          This implementation deserializes the byte array using a ObjectInputStream using a source ByteArrayInputStream constructed with the argument byte array.
 byte[] serialize(T o)
          This implementation serializes the Object by using an ObjectOutputStream backed by a ByteArrayOutputStream.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

DefaultSerializer

public DefaultSerializer()
Method Detail

serialize

public byte[] serialize(T o)
                 throws SerializationException
This implementation serializes the Object by using an ObjectOutputStream backed by a ByteArrayOutputStream. The ByteArrayOutputStream's backing byte array is returned.

Specified by:
serialize in interface Serializer<T>
Parameters:
o - the Object to convert into a byte[] array.
Returns:
the bytes representing the serialized object using standard JVM serialization.
Throws:
SerializationException - wrapping a IOException if something goes wrong with the streams.

deserialize

public T deserialize(byte[] serialized)
              throws SerializationException
This implementation deserializes the byte array using a ObjectInputStream using a source ByteArrayInputStream constructed with the argument byte array.

Specified by:
deserialize in interface Serializer<T>
Parameters:
serialized - the raw data resulting from a previous serialize call.
Returns:
the deserialized/reconstituted object based on the given byte array
Throws:
SerializationException - if anything goes wrong using the streams.


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