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Binary Serialization of VCL-based object

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I am interested in serializing a win32  object from one process to another on the same PC or possibly across the LAN.
I am currently looking into DCOM and CORBA to facilitate this, however I am interested in transferring the object rather than remotely invoking methods on a server-based object.

Are there any Java-like Serializable methods available to me thru the VCL?
I am currently using C++Builder 6.0 Ent Suite, but I am also considering Delphi.


Performance is of paramount importance.
Java and SOAP would be too slow, unfortunately.

Thank you
Scott

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You can use the [Serializable] class attribute of .NET framework. Please refer to these links.

http://bdn.borland.com/article/29787
http://www.functionx.com/vcnet/fileprocessing/serialization.htm
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Can I implement this outside of the .NET environment or do I need that framework?
I am trying to avoid any additional overhead
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You would need the framework.
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