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Serialization and Types of Serialization in .Net

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Serialization and Types of Serialization in .Net


Serialization:

  1. Serialization is a process of converting an object into a stream of data so that it can be is easily transmittable over the network or can be continued in a persistent storage location.  This storage location can be a physical file, database or ASP.NET Cache.
  2. Serialization is the technology that enables an object to be converted into a linear stream of data that can be easily passed across process boundaries and machines.  This stream of data needs to be in a format that can be understood by both ends of a communication channel so that the object can be serialized and reconstructed easily.

Advantage:

Using serialization is the ability to transmit data across the network in a cross-platform-compatible format, as well as saving it in a persistent or non-persistent storage medium in a non-proprietary format.

Serialization is used by Remoting, Web Services SOAP for transmitting data between a server and a client.  The Remoting technology of .NET makes use of serialization to pass objects by value from one application domain to another.

De-serialization is the reverse; it is the process of reconstructing the same object later.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Serialization

The following are the basic advantages of serialization:

  1. Facilitate the transportation of an object through a network
  2. Create a clone of an object 

The primary disadvantage

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  Last updated on Sunday, 12 January 2014
  Author: rajeeva.nagarakanti
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