help on pickle tool
joshbloom at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 18:00:46 CEST 2006
If you must build your web ui in Java, then Jython is probably the best way
for you to go. Inside of your java code you need to create a Jython
Then you can use the Jython pickle module to deserialize the data you are
receiving. Last I remember Jython was equivalent to about CPython 2.2 so you
might have an incompatibility between the 2 versions of pickle (just
guessing on that, you'll have to try it)
On 6 Oct 2006 04:10:54 -0700, virg <06virg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, using python client we are able deserialize data using
> r = pickle.loads(result).
> where result is a response from the server and r is a dictionary after
> For serialisation at the server written in python using
> pickle.dumps(result, 2)
> Now we are developing web based Client using java. So we are writing
> client in java. If server and client are in python we dont see any
> problems since we are using same serialisation tool "pickle". Now we
> have seen problems because we are writing client in java. we did not
> find equivalent function on java for this tool pickle. If i use
> standard java desrialisation functions i am getting error as invalid
> header becasue of incompatibility between python and java. Please help
> me if you have any clue
> - Virg
> hanumizzle wrote:
> > On 6 Oct 2006 02:29:59 -0700, virg <06virg at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Yes your are right. I will send a dictionary object from the server to
> > > the client.
> > > I already have client which is written in python. But we are migrating
> > > the python client which is a command line tool to Web UI client
> > > (java).
> > Please explain 'Web UI'. Can Python perform an equivalent function?
> > -- Theerasak
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