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package org.jboss.weld.bean.proxy.util;
A wrapper mostly for client proxies which provides header information useful to generate the client proxy class in a VM before the proxy object is deserialized. Only client proxies really need this extra step for serialization and deserialization since the other proxy classes are generated during bean archive deployment.

Author(s):
David Allen
public class SerializableClientProxy implements Serializable {
    private static final long serialVersionUID = -46820068707447753L;
    private final BeanIdentifier beanId;
    private final String contextId;
    public SerializableClientProxy(final BeanIdentifier beanIdfinal String contextId) {
        this. = beanId;
        this. = contextId;
    }

    
Always returns the original proxy object that was serialized.

Returns:
the proxy object
Throws:
java.io.ObjectStreamException
        Bean<?> bean = Container.instance().services().get(ContextualStore.class).<Bean<Object>, Object>getContextual();
        if (bean == null) {
            throw ..proxyDeserializationFailure();
        }
        return Container.instance().deploymentManager().getClientProxyProvider().getClientProxy(bean);
    }
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