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From rjo...@dataarmor.net
Subject Re: How do you convert a base64 object to original object?
Date Fri, 04 Nov 2005 13:19:53 GMT
Hi,

Just curious... how is that helping you to cast the byte array back to 
the object thats implementing SecretKey?

will simple typecasting work in this case, to get back ur custom object??

Starsscream Desepticon wrote:

>Thanks for the help. I made some silly mistake.
>
>
>In case you're still interested Elvio:
>
>byte[] response = (byte[]) xmlrpc.execute("handler.test", parameters);
>
>To transform between object/byte array see earlier post. As John said Apache does the
Base64
>encoding.
>
>Rudi
>
>
>
>--- John Wilson <tug@wilson.co.uk> wrote:
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>
>>On 4 Nov 2005, at 11:41, Starsscream Desepticon wrote:
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>>    
>>
>>>Thanks!
>>>
>>>But I still have the problem, that execute() returns  
>>>java.lang.Object. I cannot cast the response
>>>(Object) to the original object, because it is a byte array. So how  
>>>can I get my original object?
>>>      
>>>
>>You say you get an exception when you cast the result to byte[]?
>>
>>can you put this in your code and post the output?
>>
>>System.out.println(o.getClass().getName());
>>
>>Then cast o to byte[] and post the stack trace
>>
>>
>>John Wilson
>>The Wilson Partnership
>>http://www.wilson.co.uk
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