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From Alan Moore <amo...@ciphergen.com>
Subject RE: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11706] - ArrayStoreException thrown by Ja vaUtils.convert()
Date Fri, 30 Aug 2002 18:35:37 GMT
You might also consider defect #11707 since it appear the deserializer is
finding the wrong object type at the wrong time... high likelyhood of being
related to this problem...

If you keep running the test #11707 should also occur - with lower
frequency.

alan

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> ArrayStoreException thrown by JavaUtils.convert()
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> ------- Additional Comments From scheu@us.ibm.com  2002-08-30 
> 18:24 -------
> I am suspecting a serialization problem..notice id3 in the 
> response that you 
> sent.  It is referenced twice, and the reference in the array 
> appears to be 
> wrong.  
> 
> I also noticed the same kind of problem during my processing 
> of the your test 
> client/service.  The deserializer is blowing up in the middle 
> of an array for 
> an item that doesn't belong....the only way that I can 
> explain this is the 
> serializer generated the wrong message.
> 
> I am suspecting a problem with hash objects during multi-ref 
> serialization...
> 

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