serialver: The RMI Serial Version Utility — JDK 1.1 and later
The serialver utility generates a serial
version ID you can use to mark a given class definition to track its
versions as it evolves. The utility returns a static
int member declaration you can paste into
your Java class definition. For example, this command:
generates output something like:
AccountImpl: static final long serialVersionUID = 37849129093280989384L;
If versioning of your remote object classes becomes a problem
for clients, this utility can tag a class with a version ID that can
be checked to see if the proper version is being exported by your
server for a given client or if its local version is out of date.
Serial version IDs are used by Java object serialization to uniquely
identify class definitions and should be placed on any
Serializable classes that you
Provides the classpath serialver
uses to find any required classes or resources. This option
overrides the environment
CLASSPATH and the default classpath.
The directories in the list are separated by colons in Unix
environments (including Mac OS X) and by semicolons in Windows
Anything immediately following the
-J is passed as an option to the
underlying Java interpreter. There should be no spaces between
-J and the option to be
passed to the interpreter.
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