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Hi All,
I am passing a VO from action to DAO and in DAO i am setting values in DAO.
This goes through the EJB Layer. I am facing an problem that some valus in VO gets lost while going through EJB Layer(Stub exactly).

This is the place where it gets lost
Object[] copies = Util.copyObjects(new Object[]{arg0,arg1},_orb());
CallingContext arg0Copy = (CallingContext) copies[0];
wrk_qtr_rptVO arg1Copy = (wrk_qtr_rptVO) copies[1];
wrk_qtr_rptVO result = ((com.wqreports.business.ejb.WQrptMaster)so.servant).genWQRpt(arg0Copy, arg1Copy);
return (wrk_qtr_rptVO)Util.copyObject(result,_orb());

My VO implements serializable interface.
 
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What are types/classes of the values?
 
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Thanks Scott for looking into my problem. My VO consists of String, int and Arraylist of someother VO objects.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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