0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 14, 2006 5:44 PM by Jimmy Wilson

    Use XMBean Persistence & Complex Attributes?

    Jimmy Wilson Apprentice

      Using the example persistence XMBean provided with JBoss 4.0.4 (persistence-service.sar), I have set the attribute SomeNullObject to a custom Serializable class (that happens to be a JavaBean). Serialization/persistence works when I set this method via a remote JMX client. However, when I restart JBoss, it complains that this class can not be found (but this class is in the SAR and it found it when it serialized just fine). A couple of other notes:

      * If we use the typical types of String, etc (apparently anything in the JDK), this problem does not happen.

      * If we place our class in the lib directory instead of the SAR, we have the same problem.

      Has anyone tried this, or does anyone have any suggestions?