1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 24, 2009 4:30 PM by 807588

    Serializable in Java

      Hi ,

      I came across a piece of code.An interface is written which extends Serialiazable interface.But there is no other code in this interface.A corresponding implementation is written which implements this interface , but this is an abstract class and it also doesnt implement anything.There a class which stores lots of data and is passed over the wire which extends this abstract class.Is there any reason , this has to be done this way.Cant this class extend serializable interfcae directly?