Re: JBoss 4.2.1-GA dynamic class loading

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 12:21:36 -0000

it's hard to answer without the code of ClassB en so one, but does it
implement Serializable ?

It does. Think of it this way - I don't have a problem changing the
code, but I don't know what to change. What is necessary to make it
work? Is there any documentation about this? If the classes need to
implement interfaces, extend other classes, be packaged specifically,
if I need to have some configuration for JBoss - basically whatever is
necessary I am willing to try. Can you tell me what that is, so I can
try and see if it works for me?

The example I made is a fictional one, so it can be changed however
you wish. Here is the code:

--- ClassA
public class ClassA implements Serializable, IClassA {
    private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

    private int id;
    private int propA;

    public int getId() {
        return id;

    public int getPropA() {
        return propA;

    public void setId(int id) { = id;

    public void setPropA(int propA) {
        this.propA = propA;

---- ClassB
public class ClassB extends ClassA implements Serializable, IClassB {
    private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;

    private int propB;

    public int getPropB() {
        return propB;

    public void setPropB(int propB) {
        this.propB = propB;

---- IClassA
public interface IClassA {
    int getPropA();
    void setPropA(int propA);

---- IClassB
public interface IClassB extends IClassA {
    int getPropB();
    void setPropB(int propB);

---- StatelessSessionBeanTest
public class StatelessSessionBeanTest implements
IStatelessSessionBeanTest {
    public IClassA getClassA() {
        ClassA classA = new ClassA();
        return classA;

    public IClassB getClassB() {
        ClassB classB = new ClassB();
        return classB;

---- IStatelessSessionBeanTest
public interface IStatelessSessionBeanTest {
    IClassA getClassA();
    IClassB getClassB();

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