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pawan mishra
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1. Banking example: When the account holder tries to withdraw money from the server through ATM, the account holder information along with the withdrawl details will be serialized (marshalled/flattened to bytes) and sent to server where the details are deserialized (unmarshalled/rebuilt the bytes)and used to perform operations. This will reduce the network calls as we are serializing the whole object and sending to server and further request for information from client is not needed by the server.




can any one proof this?
 
Campbell Ritchie
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There are all sorts of different ways one can send such information across a network. It does not have to be a serialised withdrawal object.
 
Paul Clapham
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In that statement you have the single-sided comparison which is beloved of careless performance analysts.

This will reduce the network calls...


When you see that sort of thing you should always respond with "Compared to what?"
 
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