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Actually Flash doesn't lock up using circular references. I'm
serializing and deserializing a tree whose nodes have both a "parent"
and a "children" property, so that a parent node points to its children
and every children points to its parent... and, if I disable openamf
logging, everything works (probably because I patched
AMFDeserializer.java as I said in the previous email?). A bit of
investigation (that actually has been done by a colleague) led to the
conclusion that is the ASObject.toString() that causes the trouble.
Todd Hivnor wrote:
> I pass objects from Flash to Java and vice-versa. When sending an object
> from Java to Flash, I am able to create "complex" object collections,
> where there are looped references. But when sending objects from
> Flash to Java, my experience has been that Flash locks up when
> trying to send an object with looped references. That is,
> if I have an object A which references B which references A,
> and I try to send Object A to Java, Flash just gets stuck.
> I've implemented a validation function in Flash, which checks
> for these looped references, and prevents them from being sent.
> This is a long-winded way of asking "how is are you creating
> the ASObject instances with looped references?" I haven't been able
> to do that. So I've never had problems deserializing such a beast!
> Lorenzo Benvenuti wrote:
>> I'm using openamf-1.0RC12 in a project and I think I found a couple of
>> bugs. I had some issues serializing object referenced more than once. I
>> gave a look to the openamf source code and I tried to play with the
>> AMFDeserializer class (actually I didn't spend much time with that): I
>> found that changing the index the class use to retrieve a previously
>> serialized object solves the problem:
>> < return storedObjects.get(index);
>> > return storedObjects.get(index + 1);
>> More than this, I discovered that the ASObject.toString() method causes
>> a stack overflow when dealing with looping references.
>> Did anyone face similar issues?
>> Lorenzo Benvenuti
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