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java server, objective-c client, sending objects (serializing)

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I have java model objects on my server. I'd like to serialize them with something (eg XStream) send them down to the objective-c client and have it unserialize that something (eg xml, json) into matching objective-c objects.

Are there any frameworks to do this?
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Hi,
Its is similar to Getting the XML  out put and parsing the data with help of XMLParser in objective-c
Check out the following link to parse the XML string...
http://www.icodeblog.com/2008/11/03/iphone-programming-tutorial-intro-to-soap-web-services/

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Hemant
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