public class SerialBase extends java.lang.Object
Serial bindings append data to a
FastOutputStream instance. This
object has a byte array buffer that is resized when it is full. The
reallocation of this buffer can be a performance factor for some
applications using large objects. To manage this issue, the
setSerialBufferSize(int) method may be used to control the initial size of the
buffer, and the
getSerialOutput(java.lang.Object) method may be overridden by
subclasses to take over creation of the FastOutputStream object.
|Constructor and Description|
Initializes the initial output buffer size to zero.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the initial byte size of the output buffer.
Returns an empty SerialOutput instance that will be used by the serial binding or key creator.
Sets the initial byte size of the output buffer that is allocated by the default implementation of
public void setSerialBufferSize(int byteSize)
If this property is zero (the default), the default
FastOutputStream.DEFAULT_INIT_SIZE size is used.
byteSize- the initial byte size of the output buffer, or zero to use the default size.
public int getSerialBufferSize()
protected FastOutputStream getSerialOutput(java.lang.Object object)
The default implementation of this method creates a new SerialOutput
with an initial buffer size that can be changed using the
This method may be overridden to return a FastOutputStream instance.
For example, an instance per thread could be created and returned by
this method. If a FastOutputStream instance is reused, be sure to call
FastOutputStream.reset() method before each use.
object- is the object to be written to the serial output, and may be used by subclasses to determine the size of the output buffer.
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