AuthnRequestImpl no Serializable
Chad La Joie
lajoie at itumi.biz
Thu Nov 3 20:46:58 GMT 2011
As I already said, questions about OpenSAML need to go to the
development list, please direct future questions there.
XMLObjects are not Java serializable, which is why they don't
implement java.io.Serializable. If your container puts such a
requirement on information stored in the session, then no, you can't
put XMLObjects in that HttpSession implementation.
XMLObject themselves represent a structure that can be marshalled to a
DOM which can then be serialized to any number of formats depending on
what your environment supports. You then reverse the process to get
the XMLObject back.
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 16:37, Wade, Todd <TWade at ussco.com> wrote:
> So, is there an alternative, the saml object is on our session and WebSphere
> (WAS) throws an exception when replicating also eXtreme Scale (WXS) throws
> and exception when trying to write the session to the object grid. Is the
> authn request not intended to be stored in the session?
> Resolution: Invalid
> No XMLObject is intended to be serializable.
> We are seeing a serialization issue due to a SAML class not being marked as
> serializable. This impacts session management. The offending class is
> Please see: http://trac.accesstream.com/ticket/34
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