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Serializable Objects contained within 1 JVM- Are they still serialized & deserialized

 
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If POJO objects implement Serializable and if they are contained within the same JVM, are they still serialized and de-serialized?

Is the behavior any different if 2 JVMs are set in a cluster?

Are the above behaviors consistent in WebSphere 5.1.x server?
 
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More of a WebSphere question. Moving...
 
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