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hi folks,

i have a problem.(so i m here).. this is logic

i have a class referring to many others few of them are transient and others not. everything is running fine too. i m loading and unloading them properly too.


i just want to know whether there is some tool by which i can track down what all classes can be referenced from this class hierarchy. which all are transient and which are actually gettin serialized and what are their serial version IDs. the class hierarchy is too deep and code too bulky to do that manually without error.

thanks in advance.
 
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Hi!

I think that AOP may help you. I suggest to start with aspectj.

- Artsi
 
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