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package org.jboss.remoting.marshal.http;

Tom Elrod
public class HTTPMarshaller extends SerializableMarshaller
   static final long serialVersionUID = -51801299849879386L;
   public final static String DATATYPE = "http";

Take the data object and write to the output. If the data object is of type String, will just write the bytes of the String, otherwise will use the SerializableMarshaller implementation.

dataObject Object to be writen to output
output The data output to write the object data to.
version Wire format version.
   public void write(Object dataObjectOutputStream outputint versionthrows IOException
      if(dataObject instanceof String)
//         ObjectOutputStream oos = null;
//         if(output instanceof ObjectOutputStream)
//         {
//            oos = (ObjectOutputStream) output;
//         }
//         else
//         {
//            oos = SerializationStreamFactory.getManagerInstance(getSerializationType()).createOutput(output);
//         }
//         oos.writeObject(dataObject);
//         oos.flush();
      return new HTTPMarshaller();
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