Serialized Form

  • Package com.sun.jdi

  • Package com.sun.jdi.connect

  • Package com.sun.jdi.connect.spi

  • Package com.sun.jdi.request

  • Package com.sun.nio.sctp

  • Package com.sun.security.auth

  • Package com.sun.security.jgss

  • Package com.sun.tools.attach

  • Package java.applet

  • Package java.awt

  • Package java.awt.color

    • Class java.awt.color.CMMException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5775558044142994965L
    • Class java.awt.color.ColorSpace extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -409452704308689724L
      • Serialized Fields

        • numComponents
          int numComponents
        • type
          int type
    • Class java.awt.color.ICC_ColorSpace extends ColorSpace implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3455889114070431483L
    • Class java.awt.color.ICC_Profile extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -3938515861990936766L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reads default serializable fields from the stream. Reads from the stream a string and an array of bytes as additional data.
          Serial Data:
          the String is the name of one of CS_* constants defined in the ColorSpace class if the profile object is a profile for a predefined color space (for example "CS_sRGB"). The string is null otherwise.

          The byte[] array is the profile data for the profile. It will usually be null for the predefined profiles.

          If the string is recognized as a constant name for predefined color space the object will be resolved into profile obtained with getInstance(int cspace) and the profile data are ignored. Otherwise the object will be resolved into profile obtained with getInstance(byte[] data).

          Throws:
          IOException - thrown by ObjectInputStream
          ClassNotFoundException - thrown by ObjectInputStream
          See Also:
          ICC_Profile.readResolve(), ICC_Profile.getInstance(int), ICC_Profile.getInstance(byte[])
        • readResolve
          protected Object readResolve() throws ObjectStreamException
          Resolves instances being deserialized into instances registered with CMM.
          Throws:
          ObjectStreamException - never thrown, but mandated by the serialization spec
          Since:
          1.3
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Writes default serializable fields to the stream. Writes a string and an array of bytes to the stream as additional data.
          Serial Data:
          the String is the name of one of CS_* constants defined in the ColorSpace class if the profile object is a profile for a predefined color space (for example "CS_sRGB"). The string is null otherwise.

          The byte[] array is the profile data for the profile. For predefined color spaces null is written instead of the profile data. If in the future versions of Java API new predefined color spaces will be added, future versions of this class may choose to write for new predefined color spaces not only the color space name, but the profile data as well so that older versions could still deserialize the object.

          Throws:
          IOException - thrown by ObjectInputStream
      • Serialized Fields

        • iccProfileSerializedDataVersion
          int iccProfileSerializedDataVersion
          Version of the format of additional serialized data in the stream. Version 1 corresponds to Java 2 Platform, v1.3.
           
          Since:
          1.3
    • Class java.awt.color.ICC_ProfileGray extends ICC_Profile implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1124721290732002649L
    • Class java.awt.color.ICC_ProfileRGB extends ICC_Profile implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8505067385152579334L
    • Class java.awt.color.ProfileDataException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7286140888240322498L
  • Package java.awt.datatransfer

  • Package java.awt.desktop

  • Package java.awt.dnd

    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragGestureEvent extends EventObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      9080172649166731306L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Deserializes this DragGestureEvent. This method first performs default deserialization for all non-transient fields. An attempt is then made to deserialize this object's List of gesture events as well. This is first attempted by deserializing the field events, because, in releases prior to 1.4, a non-transient field of this name stored the List of gesture events. If this fails, the next object in the stream is used instead. If the resulting List is null, this object's List of gesture events is set to an empty List.
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Serializes this DragGestureEvent. Performs default serialization and then writes out this object's List of gesture events if and only if the List can be serialized. If not, null is written instead. In this case, a DragGestureEvent created from the resulting deserialized stream will contain an empty List of gesture events.
          Serial Data:
          The default serializable fields, in alphabetical order, followed by either a List instance, or null.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
      • Serialized Fields

        • action
          int action
          The user's preferred action.
           
        • component
          Component component
          The Component associated with this DragGestureEvent.
           
        • dragSource
          DragSource dragSource
          The DragSource associated with this DragGestureEvent.
           
        • origin
          Point origin
          The origin of the drag.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragGestureRecognizer extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8996673345831063337L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Deserializes this DragGestureRecognizer. This method first performs default deserialization for all non-transient fields. This object's DragGestureListener is then deserialized as well by using the next object in the stream.
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Serializes this DragGestureRecognizer. This method first performs default serialization. Then, this object's DragGestureListener is written out if and only if it can be serialized. If not, null is written instead.
          Serial Data:
          The default serializable fields, in alphabetical order, followed by either a DragGestureListener, or null.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
      • Serialized Fields

        • component
          Component component
          The Component associated with this DragGestureRecognizer.
           
        • dragSource
          DragSource dragSource
          The DragSource associated with this DragGestureRecognizer.
           
        • events
          ArrayList<InputEvent> events
          The list of events (in order) that the DragGestureRecognizer "recognized" as a "gesture" that triggers a drag.
           
        • sourceActions
          int sourceActions
          An int representing the type(s) of action(s) used in this Drag and Drop operation.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragSource extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6236096958971414066L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Deserializes this DragSource. This method first performs default deserialization. Next, this object's FlavorMap is deserialized by using the next object in the stream. If the resulting FlavorMap is null, this object's FlavorMap is set to the default FlavorMap for this thread's ClassLoader. Next, this object's listeners are deserialized by reading a null-terminated sequence of 0 or more key/value pairs from the stream:
          • If a key object is a String equal to dragSourceListenerK, a DragSourceListener is deserialized using the corresponding value object and added to this DragSource.
          • If a key object is a String equal to dragSourceMotionListenerK, a DragSourceMotionListener is deserialized using the corresponding value object and added to this DragSource.
          • Otherwise, the key/value pair is skipped.
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
          See Also:
          SystemFlavorMap.getDefaultFlavorMap()
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Serializes this DragSource. This method first performs default serialization. Next, it writes out this object's FlavorMap if and only if it can be serialized. If not, null is written instead. Next, it writes out Serializable listeners registered with this object. Listeners are written in a null-terminated sequence of 0 or more pairs. The pair consists of a String and an Object; the String indicates the type of the Object and is one of the following:
          • dragSourceListenerK indicating a DragSourceListener object;
          • dragSourceMotionListenerK indicating a DragSourceMotionListener object.
          Serial Data:
          Either a FlavorMap instance, or null, followed by a null-terminated sequence of 0 or more pairs; the pair consists of a String and an Object; the String indicates the type of the Object and is one of the following:
          • dragSourceListenerK indicating a DragSourceListener object;
          • dragSourceMotionListenerK indicating a DragSourceMotionListener object.
          .
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragSourceContext extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -115407898692194719L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Deserializes this DragSourceContext. This method first performs default deserialization for all non-transient fields. This object's Transferable and DragSourceListener are then deserialized as well by using the next two objects in the stream. If the resulting Transferable is null, this object's Transferable is set to a dummy Transferable which supports no DataFlavors.
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Serializes this DragSourceContext. This method first performs default serialization. Next, this object's Transferable is written out if and only if it can be serialized. If not, null is written instead. In this case, a DragSourceContext created from the resulting deserialized stream will contain a dummy Transferable which supports no DataFlavors. Finally, this object's DragSourceListener is written out if and only if it can be serialized. If not, null is written instead.
          Serial Data:
          The default serializable fields, in alphabetical order, followed by either a Transferable instance, or null, followed by either a DragSourceListener instance, or null.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
      • Serialized Fields

        • cursor
          Cursor cursor
          The current drag cursor.
           
        • sourceActions
          int sourceActions
          A bitwise mask of DnDConstants that represents the set of drop actions supported by the drag source for the drag operation associated with this DragSourceContext.
           
        • trigger
          DragGestureEvent trigger
          The event which triggered the start of the drag.
           
        • useCustomCursor
          boolean useCustomCursor
          true if the custom drag cursor is used instead of the default one.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragSourceDragEvent extends DragSourceEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      481346297933902471L
      • Serialized Fields

        • dropAction
          int dropAction
          The user drop action.
           
        • gestureModifiers
          int gestureModifiers
          The state of the input device modifiers associated with the user gesture.
           
        • invalidModifiers
          boolean invalidModifiers
          Indicates whether the gestureModifiers are invalid.
           
        • targetActions
          int targetActions
          The target drop action.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragSourceDropEvent extends DragSourceEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5571321229470821891L
      • Serialized Fields

        • dropAction
          int dropAction
          The drop action.
           
        • dropSuccess
          boolean dropSuccess
          true if the drop was successful.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DragSourceEvent extends EventObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -763287114604032641L
      • Serialized Fields

        • locationSpecified
          boolean locationSpecified
          The boolean indicating whether the cursor location is specified for this event.
           
        • x
          int x
          The horizontal coordinate for the cursor location at the moment this event occurred if the cursor location is specified for this event; otherwise zero.
           
        • y
          int y
          The vertical coordinate for the cursor location at the moment this event occurred if the cursor location is specified for this event; otherwise zero.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DropTarget extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6283860791671019047L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Deserializes this DropTarget. This method first performs default deserialization for all non-transient fields. An attempt is then made to deserialize this object's DropTargetListener as well. This is first attempted by deserializing the field dtListener, because, in releases prior to 1.4, a non-transient field of this name stored the DropTargetListener. If this fails, the next object in the stream is used instead.
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Serializes this DropTarget. Performs default serialization, and then writes out this object's DropTargetListener if and only if it can be serialized. If not, null is written instead.
          Serial Data:
          The default serializable fields, in alphabetical order, followed by either a DropTargetListener instance, or null.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.4
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.awt.dnd.DropTargetContext extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -634158968993743371L
      • Serialized Fields

        • dropTarget
          DropTarget dropTarget
          The DropTarget associated with this DropTargetContext.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DropTargetDragEvent extends DropTargetEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8422265619058953682L
      • Serialized Fields

        • actions
          int actions
          The source drop actions.
           
        • dropAction
          int dropAction
          The user drop action.
           
        • location
          Point location
          The location of the drag cursor's hotspot in Component coordinates.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DropTargetDropEvent extends DropTargetEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1721911170440459322L
      • Serialized Fields

        • actions
          int actions
          The source drop actions.
           
        • dropAction
          int dropAction
          The user drop action.
           
        • isLocalTx
          boolean isLocalTx
          true if the source is in the same JVM as the target.
           
        • location
          Point location
          The location of the drag cursor's hotspot in Component coordinates.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.DropTargetEvent extends EventObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2821229066521922993L
      • Serialized Fields

        • context
          DropTargetContext context
          The DropTargetContext associated with this DropTargetEvent.
           
    • Class java.awt.dnd.InvalidDnDOperationException extends IllegalStateException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6062568741193956678L
    • Class java.awt.dnd.MouseDragGestureRecognizer extends DragGestureRecognizer implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6220099344182281120L
  • Package java.awt.event

    • Class java.awt.event.ActionEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7671078796273832149L
      • Serialized Fields

        • actionCommand
          String actionCommand
          The nonlocalized string that gives more details of what actually caused the event. This information is very specific to the component that fired it.
           
          See Also:
          ActionEvent.getActionCommand()
        • modifiers
          int modifiers
          This represents the key modifier that was selected, and is used to determine the state of the selected key. If no modifier has been selected it will default to zero.
           
          See Also:
          ActionEvent.getModifiers()
        • when
          long when
          Timestamp of when this event occurred. Because an ActionEvent is a high- level, semantic event, the timestamp is typically the same as an underlying InputEvent.
           
          See Also:
          ActionEvent.getWhen()
    • Class java.awt.event.AdjustmentEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5700290645205279921L
      • Serialized Fields

        • adjustable
          Adjustable adjustable
          The adjustable object that fired the event.
           
          See Also:
          AdjustmentEvent.getAdjustable()
        • adjustmentType
          int adjustmentType
          The adjustmentType describes how the adjustable object value has changed. This value can be increased/decreased by a block or unit amount where the block is associated with page increments/decrements, and a unit is associated with line increments/decrements.
           
          See Also:
          AdjustmentEvent.getAdjustmentType()
        • isAdjusting
          boolean isAdjusting
          The isAdjusting is true if the event is one of the series of multiple adjustment events.
           
          Since:
          1.4
          See Also:
          AdjustmentEvent.getValueIsAdjusting()
        • value
          int value
          value will contain the new value of the adjustable object. This value will always be in a range associated adjustable object.
           
          See Also:
          AdjustmentEvent.getValue()
    • Class java.awt.event.ComponentEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8101406823902992965L
    • Class java.awt.event.ContainerEvent extends ComponentEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4114942250539772041L
    • Class java.awt.event.FocusEvent extends ComponentEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      523753786457416396L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          Object readResolve() throws ObjectStreamException
          Checks if this deserialized FocusEvent instance is compatible with the current specification which implies that focus event has non-null cause value. If the check fails a new FocusEvent instance is returned which cause field equals to FocusEvent.Cause.UNKNOWN and its other fields have the same values as in this FocusEvent instance.
          Throws:
          ObjectStreamException
          Since:
          9
          See Also:
          FocusEvent.cause
      • Serialized Fields

        • cause
          FocusEvent.Cause cause
          A focus event has the reason why this event was generated. The cause is set during the focus event creation.
           
          Since:
          9
          See Also:
          FocusEvent.getCause()
        • temporary
          boolean temporary
          A focus event can have two different levels, permanent and temporary. It will be set to true if some operation takes away the focus temporarily and intends on getting it back once the event is completed. Otherwise it will be set to false.
           
          See Also:
          FocusEvent.isTemporary()
    • Class java.awt.event.HierarchyEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5337576970038043990L
      • Serialized Fields

        • changed
          Component changed
        • changedParent
          Container changedParent
        • changeFlags
          long changeFlags
    • Class java.awt.event.InputEvent extends ComponentEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2482525981698309786L
    • Class java.awt.event.InputMethodEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4727190874778922661L
    • Class java.awt.event.InvocationEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      436056344909459450L
      • Serialized Fields

        • catchExceptions
          boolean catchExceptions
          Set to true if dispatch() catches Throwable and stores it in the exception instance variable. If false, Throwables are propagated up to the EventDispatchThread's dispatch loop.
        • dispatched
          boolean dispatched
          Indicates whether the run() method of the runnable was executed or not.
          Since:
          1.7
          See Also:
          InvocationEvent.isDispatched()
        • exception
          Exception exception
          The (potentially null) Exception thrown during execution of the Runnable.run() method. This variable will also be null if a particular instance does not catch exceptions.
        • listener
          Runnable listener
          The (potentially null) Runnable whose run() method will be called immediately after the event was dispatched or disposed.
          Since:
          1.8
          See Also:
          InvocationEvent.isDispatched()
        • notifier
          Object notifier
          The (potentially null) Object whose notifyAll() method will be called immediately after the Runnable.run() method has returned or thrown an exception or after the event was disposed.
          See Also:
          InvocationEvent.isDispatched()
        • runnable
          Runnable runnable
          The Runnable whose run() method will be called.
        • throwable
          Throwable throwable
          The (potentially null) Throwable thrown during execution of the Runnable.run() method. This variable will also be null if a particular instance does not catch exceptions.
        • when
          long when
          The timestamp of when this event occurred.
           
          See Also:
          InvocationEvent.getWhen()
    • Class java.awt.event.ItemEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -608708132447206933L
    • Class java.awt.event.KeyEvent extends InputEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2352130953028126954L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • isProxyActive
          boolean isProxyActive
          Stores the state of native event dispatching system - true, if when the event was created event proxying mechanism was active - false, if it was inactive Used in Component.dispatchEventImpl to correctly dispatch events when proxy is active
        • keyChar
          char keyChar
          keyChar is a valid unicode character that is fired by a key or a key combination on a keyboard.
           
          See Also:
          KeyEvent.getKeyChar(), KeyEvent.setKeyChar(char)
        • keyCode
          int keyCode
          The unique value assigned to each of the keys on the keyboard. There is a common set of key codes that can be fired by most keyboards. The symbolic name for a key code should be used rather than the code value itself.
           
          See Also:
          KeyEvent.getKeyCode(), KeyEvent.setKeyCode(int)
        • keyLocation
          int keyLocation
          The location of the key on the keyboard. Some keys occur more than once on a keyboard, e.g. the left and right shift keys. Additionally, some keys occur on the numeric keypad. This variable is used to distinguish such keys. The only legal values are KEY_LOCATION_UNKNOWN, KEY_LOCATION_STANDARD, KEY_LOCATION_LEFT, KEY_LOCATION_RIGHT, and KEY_LOCATION_NUMPAD.
           
          See Also:
          KeyEvent.getKeyLocation()
        • originalSource
          Component originalSource
          The original event source. Event source can be changed during processing, but in some cases we need to be able to obtain original source.
          Since:
          1.8
    • Class java.awt.event.MouseEvent extends InputEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -991214153494842848L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • button
          int button
          Indicates which, if any, of the mouse buttons has changed state. The valid values are ranged from 0 to the value returned by the MouseInfo.getNumberOfButtons() method. This range already includes constants NOBUTTON, BUTTON1, BUTTON2, and BUTTON3 if these buttons are present. So it is allowed to use these constants too. For example, for a mouse with two buttons this field may contain the following values:
          • 0 (NOBUTTON)
          • 1 (BUTTON1)
          • 2 (BUTTON2)
          If a mouse has 5 buttons, this field may contain the following values:
          • 0 (NOBUTTON)
          • 1 (BUTTON1)
          • 2 (BUTTON2)
          • 3 (BUTTON3)
          • 4
          • 5
          If support for extended mouse buttons is Toolkit.areExtraMouseButtonsEnabled() disabled by Java then the field may not contain the value larger than BUTTON3.
           
          See Also:
          MouseEvent.getButton(), Toolkit.areExtraMouseButtonsEnabled()
        • causedByTouchEvent
          boolean causedByTouchEvent
          Indicates whether the event is a result of a touch event.
        • clickCount
          int clickCount
          Indicates the number of quick consecutive clicks of a mouse button. clickCount will be valid for only three mouse events :
          MOUSE_CLICKED, MOUSE_PRESSED and MOUSE_RELEASED. For the above, the clickCount will be at least 1. For all other events the count will be 0.
           
          See Also:
          MouseEvent.getClickCount()
        • popupTrigger
          boolean popupTrigger
          A property used to indicate whether a Popup Menu should appear with a certain gestures. If popupTrigger = false, no popup menu should appear. If it is true then a popup menu should appear.
           
          See Also:
          PopupMenu, MouseEvent.isPopupTrigger()
        • x
          int x
          The mouse event's x coordinate. The x value is relative to the component that fired the event.
           
          See Also:
          MouseEvent.getX()
        • xAbs
          int xAbs
          The mouse event's x absolute coordinate. In a virtual device multi-screen environment in which the desktop area could span multiple physical screen devices, this coordinate is relative to the virtual coordinate system. Otherwise, this coordinate is relative to the coordinate system associated with the Component's GraphicsConfiguration.
           
        • y
          int y
          The mouse event's y coordinate. The y value is relative to the component that fired the event.
           
          See Also:
          MouseEvent.getY()
        • yAbs
          int yAbs
          The mouse event's y absolute coordinate. In a virtual device multi-screen environment in which the desktop area could span multiple physical screen devices, this coordinate is relative to the virtual coordinate system. Otherwise, this coordinate is relative to the coordinate system associated with the Component's GraphicsConfiguration.
           
    • Class java.awt.event.MouseWheelEvent extends MouseEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6459879390515399677L
    • Class java.awt.event.PaintEvent extends ComponentEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1267492026433337593L
    • Class java.awt.event.TextEvent extends AWTEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6269902291250941179L
    • Class java.awt.event.WindowEvent extends ComponentEvent implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1567959133147912127L
      • Serialized Fields

        • newState
          int newState
        • oldState
          int oldState
          TBS
  • Package java.awt.font

    • Class java.awt.font.NumericShaper extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8022764705923730308L
      • Serialization Methods

        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream stream) throws IOException
          Converts the NumericShaper.Range enum-based parameters, if any, to the bit mask-based counterparts and writes this object to the stream. Any enum constants that have no bit mask-based counterparts are ignored in the conversion.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs while writing to stream
          Since:
          1.7
      • Serialized Fields

        • key
          int key
          index of context for contextual shaping - values range from 0 to 18
        • mask
          int mask
          flag indicating whether to shape contextually (high bit) and which digit ranges to shape (bits 0-18)
        • shapingRange
          NumericShaper.Range shapingRange
          The context Range for contextual shaping or the Range for non-contextual shaping. null for the bit mask-based API.
          Since:
          1.7
    • Class java.awt.font.TextAttribute extends AttributedCharacterIterator.Attribute implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7744112784117861702L
      • Serialization Methods

    • Class java.awt.font.TransformAttribute extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3356247357827709530L
  • Package java.awt.geom

    • Class java.awt.geom.AffineTransform extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1330973210523860834L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • m00
          double m00
          The X coordinate scaling element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
        • m01
          double m01
          The X coordinate shearing element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
        • m02
          double m02
          The X coordinate of the translation element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
        • m10
          double m10
          The Y coordinate shearing element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
        • m11
          double m11
          The Y coordinate scaling element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
        • m12
          double m12
          The Y coordinate of the translation element of the 3x3 affine transformation matrix.
           
    • Class java.awt.geom.Arc2D.Double extends Arc2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      728264085846882001L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • extent
          double extent
          The angular extent of the arc in degrees.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • height
          double height
          The overall height of the full ellipse of which this arc is a partial section (not considering the angular extents).
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • start
          double start
          The starting angle of the arc in degrees.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          double width
          The overall width of the full ellipse of which this arc is a partial section (not considering the angular extents).
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          double x
          The X coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of the arc.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          double y
          The Y coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of the arc.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Arc2D.Float extends Arc2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      9130893014586380278L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • extent
          float extent
          The angular extent of the arc in degrees.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • height
          float height
          The overall height of the full ellipse of which this arc is a partial section (not considering the angular extents).
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • start
          float start
          The starting angle of the arc in degrees.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          float width
          The overall width of the full ellipse of which this arc is a partial section (not considering the angular extents).
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          float x
          The X coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of the arc.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          float y
          The Y coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of the arc.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.CubicCurve2D.Double extends CubicCurve2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4202960122839707295L
      • Serialized Fields

        • ctrlx1
          double ctrlx1
          The X coordinate of the first control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrlx2
          double ctrlx2
          The X coordinate of the second control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly1
          double ctrly1
          The Y coordinate of the first control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly2
          double ctrly2
          The Y coordinate of the second control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x1
          double x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          double x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          double y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          double y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.CubicCurve2D.Float extends CubicCurve2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1272015596714244385L
      • Serialized Fields

        • ctrlx1
          float ctrlx1
          The X coordinate of the first control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrlx2
          float ctrlx2
          The X coordinate of the second control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly1
          float ctrly1
          The Y coordinate of the first control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly2
          float ctrly2
          The Y coordinate of the second control point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x1
          float x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          float x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          float y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          float y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the cubic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Ellipse2D.Double extends Ellipse2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5555464816372320683L
      • Serialized Fields

        • height
          double height
          The overall height of the Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          double width
          The overall width of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          double x
          The X coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          double y
          The Y coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Ellipse2D.Float extends Ellipse2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6633761252372475977L
      • Serialized Fields

        • height
          float height
          The overall height of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          float width
          The overall width of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          float x
          The X coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          float y
          The Y coordinate of the upper-left corner of the framing rectangle of this Ellipse2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.GeneralPath extends Path2D.Float implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8327096662768731142L
    • Class java.awt.geom.IllegalPathStateException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5158084205220481094L
    • Class java.awt.geom.Line2D.Double extends Line2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7979627399746467499L
      • Serialized Fields

        • x1
          double x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          double x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          double y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          double y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Line2D.Float extends Line2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6161772511649436349L
      • Serialized Fields

        • x1
          float x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          float x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          float y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          float y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the line segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.NoninvertibleTransformException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6137225240503990466L
    • Class java.awt.geom.Path2D.Double extends Path2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1826762518450014216L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Reads the default serializable fields from the ObjectInputStream followed by an explicit serialization of the path segments stored in this path.

          There are no default serializable fields as of 1.6.

          The serial data for this object is described in the writeObject method.

          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.6
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Writes the default serializable fields to the ObjectOutputStream followed by an explicit serialization of the path segments stored in this path.
          Serial Data:
          1. The default serializable fields. There are no default serializable fields as of 1.6.
          2. followed by a byte indicating the storage type of the original object as a hint (SERIAL_STORAGE_DBL_ARRAY)
          3. followed by an integer indicating the number of path segments to follow (NP) or -1 to indicate an unknown number of path segments follows
          4. followed by an integer indicating the total number of coordinates to follow (NC) or -1 to indicate an unknown number of coordinates follows (NC should always be even since coordinates always appear in pairs representing an x,y pair)
          5. followed by a byte indicating the winding rule (WIND_EVEN_ODD or WIND_NON_ZERO)
          6. followed by NP (or unlimited if NP < 0) sets of values consisting of a single byte indicating a path segment type followed by one or more pairs of float or double values representing the coordinates of the path segment
          7. followed by a byte indicating the end of the path (SERIAL_PATH_END).

          The following byte value constants are used in the serialized form of Path2D objects:

          Constants
          Constant Name Byte Value Followed by Description
          SERIAL_STORAGE_FLT_ARRAY 0x30 A hint that the original Path2D object stored the coordinates in a Java array of floats.
          SERIAL_STORAGE_DBL_ARRAY 0x31 A hint that the original Path2D object stored the coordinates in a Java array of doubles.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_MOVETO 0x40 2 floats A moveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_LINETO 0x41 2 floats A lineTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_QUADTO 0x42 4 floats A quadTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_CUBICTO 0x43 6 floats A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_MOVETO 0x50 2 doubles A moveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_LINETO 0x51 2 doubles A lineTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_QUADTO 0x52 4 doubles A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_CUBICTO 0x53 6 doubles A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_CLOSE 0x60 A closePath path segment.
          SERIAL_PATH_END 0x61 There are no more path segments following.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.6
    • Class java.awt.geom.Path2D.Float extends Path2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6990832515060788886L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws ClassNotFoundException, IOException
          Reads the default serializable fields from the ObjectInputStream followed by an explicit serialization of the path segments stored in this path.

          There are no default serializable fields as of 1.6.

          The serial data for this object is described in the writeObject method.

          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException
          IOException
          Since:
          1.6
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Writes the default serializable fields to the ObjectOutputStream followed by an explicit serialization of the path segments stored in this path.
          Serial Data:
          1. The default serializable fields. There are no default serializable fields as of 1.6.
          2. followed by a byte indicating the storage type of the original object as a hint (SERIAL_STORAGE_FLT_ARRAY)
          3. followed by an integer indicating the number of path segments to follow (NP) or -1 to indicate an unknown number of path segments follows
          4. followed by an integer indicating the total number of coordinates to follow (NC) or -1 to indicate an unknown number of coordinates follows (NC should always be even since coordinates always appear in pairs representing an x,y pair)
          5. followed by a byte indicating the winding rule (WIND_EVEN_ODD or WIND_NON_ZERO)
          6. followed by NP (or unlimited if NP < 0) sets of values consisting of a single byte indicating a path segment type followed by one or more pairs of float or double values representing the coordinates of the path segment
          7. followed by a byte indicating the end of the path (SERIAL_PATH_END).

          The following byte value constants are used in the serialized form of Path2D objects:

          Constants
          Constant Name Byte Value Followed by Description
          SERIAL_STORAGE_FLT_ARRAY 0x30 A hint that the original Path2D object stored the coordinates in a Java array of floats.
          SERIAL_STORAGE_DBL_ARRAY 0x31 A hint that the original Path2D object stored the coordinates in a Java array of doubles.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_MOVETO 0x40 2 floats A moveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_LINETO 0x41 2 floats A lineTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_QUADTO 0x42 4 floats A quadTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_FLT_CUBICTO 0x43 6 floats A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_MOVETO 0x50 2 doubles A moveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_LINETO 0x51 2 doubles A lineTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_QUADTO 0x52 4 doubles A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_DBL_CUBICTO 0x53 6 doubles A curveTo path segment follows.
          SERIAL_SEG_CLOSE 0x60 A closePath path segment.
          SERIAL_PATH_END 0x61 There are no more path segments following.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.6
    • Class java.awt.geom.Point2D.Double extends Point2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6150783262733311327L
      • Serialized Fields

        • x
          double x
          The X coordinate of this Point2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          double y
          The Y coordinate of this Point2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Point2D.Float extends Point2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2870572449815403710L
      • Serialized Fields

        • x
          float x
          The X coordinate of this Point2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          float y
          The Y coordinate of this Point2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.QuadCurve2D.Double extends QuadCurve2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4217149928428559721L
      • Serialized Fields

        • ctrlx
          double ctrlx
          The X coordinate of the control point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly
          double ctrly
          The Y coordinate of the control point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x1
          double x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          double x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          double y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          double y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.QuadCurve2D.Float extends QuadCurve2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8511188402130719609L
      • Serialized Fields

        • ctrlx
          float ctrlx
          The X coordinate of the control point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • ctrly
          float ctrly
          The Y coordinate of the control point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x1
          float x1
          The X coordinate of the start point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x2
          float x2
          The X coordinate of the end point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y1
          float y1
          The Y coordinate of the start point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y2
          float y2
          The Y coordinate of the end point of the quadratic curve segment.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Rectangle2D.Double extends Rectangle2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7771313791441850493L
      • Serialized Fields

        • height
          double height
          The height of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          double width
          The width of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          double x
          The X coordinate of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          double y
          The Y coordinate of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.Rectangle2D.Float extends Rectangle2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3798716824173675777L
      • Serialized Fields

        • height
          float height
          The height of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          float width
          The width of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          float x
          The X coordinate of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          float y
          The Y coordinate of this Rectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.RoundRectangle2D.Double extends RoundRectangle2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1048939333485206117L
      • Serialized Fields

        • archeight
          double archeight
          The height of the arc that rounds off the corners.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • arcwidth
          double arcwidth
          The width of the arc that rounds off the corners.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • height
          double height
          The height of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          double width
          The width of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          double x
          The X coordinate of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          double y
          The Y coordinate of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.awt.geom.RoundRectangle2D.Float extends RoundRectangle2D implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -3423150618393866922L
      • Serialized Fields

        • archeight
          float archeight
          The height of the arc that rounds off the corners.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • arcwidth
          float arcwidth
          The width of the arc that rounds off the corners.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • height
          float height
          The height of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • width
          float width
          The width of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • x
          float x
          The X coordinate of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • y
          float y
          The Y coordinate of this RoundRectangle2D.
           
          Since:
          1.2
  • Package java.awt.image

  • Package java.awt.image.renderable

  • Package java.awt.print

  • Package java.beans

  • Package java.beans.beancontext

  • Package java.io

  • Package java.lang

  • Package java.lang.annotation

  • Package java.lang.instrument

  • Package java.lang.invoke

    • Class java.lang.invoke.LambdaConversionException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      300L
    • Class java.lang.invoke.MethodType extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      292L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute the MethodType instance from a stream (that is, deserialize it). This instance is a scratch object with bogus final fields. It provides the parameters to the factory method called by readResolve. After that call it is discarded.
          Throws:
          IOException - if there is a problem reading the object
          ClassNotFoundException - if one of the component classes cannot be resolved
          See Also:
          MethodType.readResolve(), MethodType.writeObject(java.io.ObjectOutputStream)
        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
          Resolves and initializes a MethodType object after serialization.
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Save the MethodType instance to a stream.
          Serial Data:
          For portability, the serialized format does not refer to named fields. Instead, the return type and parameter type arrays are written directly from the writeObject method, using two calls to s.writeObject as follows:
          
          s.writeObject(this.returnType());
          s.writeObject(this.parameterArray());
           

          The deserialized field values are checked as if they were provided to the factory method methodType. For example, null values, or void parameter types, will lead to exceptions during deserialization.

          Throws:
          IOException - if there is a problem writing the object
      • Serialization Overview

        • There are no serializable fields for MethodType.
    • Class java.lang.invoke.SerializedLambda extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8025925345765570181L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • capturedArgs
          Object[] capturedArgs
        • capturingClass
          Class<?> capturingClass
        • functionalInterfaceClass
          String functionalInterfaceClass
        • functionalInterfaceMethodName
          String functionalInterfaceMethodName
        • functionalInterfaceMethodSignature
          String functionalInterfaceMethodSignature
        • implClass
          String implClass
        • implMethodKind
          int implMethodKind
        • implMethodName
          String implMethodName
        • implMethodSignature
          String implMethodSignature
        • instantiatedMethodType
          String instantiatedMethodType
    • Class java.lang.invoke.StringConcatException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      301L
    • Class java.lang.invoke.WrongMethodTypeException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      292L
  • Package java.lang.management

  • Package java.lang.module

  • Package java.lang.reflect

  • Package java.math

    • Class java.math.BigDecimal extends Number implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6108874887143696463L
    • Class java.math.BigInteger extends Number implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8287574255936472291L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute the BigInteger instance from a stream (that is, deserialize it). The magnitude is read in as an array of bytes for historical reasons, but it is converted to an array of ints and the byte array is discarded. Note: The current convention is to initialize the cache fields, bitCountPlusOne, bitLengthPlusOne and lowestSetBitPlusTwo, to 0 rather than some other marker value. Therefore, no explicit action to set these fields needs to be taken in readObject because those fields already have a 0 value by default since defaultReadObject is not being used.
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Save the BigInteger instance to a stream. The magnitude of a BigInteger is serialized as a byte array for historical reasons. To maintain compatibility with older implementations, the integers -1, -1, -2, and -2 are written as the values of the obsolete fields bitCount, bitLength, lowestSetBit, and firstNonzeroByteNum, respectively. These values are compatible with older implementations, but will be ignored by current implementations.
          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialization Overview

        • Serializable fields for BigInteger.
      • Serialized Fields

        • bitCount
          int bitCount
          appears in the serialized form for backward compatibility
        • bitLength
          int bitLength
          appears in the serialized form for backward compatibility
        • firstNonzeroByteNum
          int firstNonzeroByteNum
          appears in the serialized form for backward compatibility
        • lowestSetBit
          int lowestSetBit
          appears in the serialized form for backward compatibility
        • magnitude
          byte[] magnitude
          magnitude array of this BigInteger
        • signum
          int signum
          signum of this BigInteger
    • Class java.math.MathContext extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5579720004786848255L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • precision
          int precision
          The number of digits to be used for an operation. A value of 0 indicates that unlimited precision (as many digits as are required) will be used. Note that leading zeros (in the coefficient of a number) are never significant.

          precision will always be non-negative.

           
        • roundingMode
          RoundingMode roundingMode
          The rounding algorithm to be used for an operation.
           
          See Also:
          RoundingMode
  • Package java.net

  • Package java.net.http

  • Package java.nio

  • Package java.nio.channels

  • Package java.nio.charset

  • Package java.nio.file

  • Package java.nio.file.attribute

  • Package java.rmi

  • Package java.rmi.activation

    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivateFailedException extends RemoteException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4863550261346652506L
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationDesc extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7455834104417690957L
      • Serialized Fields

        • className
          String className
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the object's class name
        • data
          MarshalledObject<?> data
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the object's initialization data
        • groupID
          ActivationGroupID groupID
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the group's identifier
        • location
          String location
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the object's code location
        • restart
          boolean restart
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          indicates whether the object should be restarted
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4320118837291406071L
      • Serialized Fields

        • detail
          Throwable detail
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The cause of the activation exception.

          This field predates the general-purpose exception chaining facility. The Throwable.getCause() method is now the preferred means of obtaining this information.

           
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationGroup extends UnicastRemoteObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7696947875314805420L
      • Serialized Fields

        • groupID
          ActivationGroupID groupID
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the group's identifier
        • incarnation
          long incarnation
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the group's incarnation number
        • monitor
          ActivationMonitor monitor
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          the group's monitor
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationGroup_Stub extends RemoteStub implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2L
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationGroupDesc extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4936225423168276595L
      • Serialized Fields

        • className
          String className
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The group's fully package qualified class name.
        • data
          MarshalledObject<?> data
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The group's initialization data.
        • env
          ActivationGroupDesc.CommandEnvironment env
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The controlling options for executing the VM in another process.
        • location
          String location
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The location from where to load the group's class.
        • props
          Properties props
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          A properties map which will override those set by default in the subprocess environment.
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationGroupDesc.CommandEnvironment extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6165754737887770191L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream in) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          readObject for custom serialization.

          This method reads this object's serialized form for this class as follows:

          This method first invokes defaultReadObject on the specified object input stream, and if options is null, then options is set to a zero-length array of String.

          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationGroupID extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1648432278909740833L
      • Serialized Fields

        • system
          ActivationSystem system
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The group's activation system.
        • uid
          UID uid
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          The group's unique id.
    • Class java.rmi.activation.ActivationID extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4608673054848209235L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream in) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          readObject for custom serialization.

          This method reads this object's serialized form for this class as follows:

          The readObject method is invoked on in to read this object's unique identifier (a UID instance).

          Next, the readUTF method is invoked on in to read the external ref type name of the RemoteRef instance for this object's activator. Next, the RemoteRef instance is created of an implementation-specific class corresponding to the external ref type name (returned by readUTF), and the readExternal method is invoked on that RemoteRef instance to read the external form corresponding to the external ref type name.

          Note: If the external ref type name is "UnicastRef", "UnicastServerRef", "UnicastRef2", "UnicastServerRef2", or "ActivatableRef", a corresponding implementation-specific class must be found, and its readExternal method must read the serial data for that external ref type name as specified to be written in the serialData documentation for this class. If the external ref type name is any other string (of non-zero length), a ClassNotFoundException will be thrown, unless the implementation provides an implementation-specific class corresponding to that external ref type name, in which case the RemoteRef will be an instance of that implementation-specific class.

          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream out) throws IOException
          Deprecated, for removal: This API element is subject to removal in a future version.
          writeObject for custom serialization.

          This method writes this object's serialized form for this class as follows:

          The writeObject method is invoked on out passing this object's unique identifier (a UID instance) as the argument.

          Next, the getRefClass method is invoked on the activator's RemoteRef instance to obtain its external ref type name. Next, the writeUTF method is invoked on out with the value returned by getRefClass, and then the writeExternal method is invoked on the RemoteRef instance passing out as the argument.

          Serial Data:
          The serialized data for this class comprises a java.rmi.server.UID (written with ObjectOutput.writeObject) followed by the external ref type name of the activator's RemoteRef instance (a string written with ObjectOutput.writeUTF), followed by the external form of the RemoteRef instance as written by its writeExternal method.

          The external ref type name of the RemoteRef instance is determined using the definitions of external ref type names specified in the RemoteObject writeObject method serialData specification. Similarly, the data written by the writeExternal method and read by the readExternal method of RemoteRef implementation classes corresponding to each of the defined external ref type names is specified in the RemoteObject writeObject method serialData specification.

          Throws:
          IOException
    • Class java.rmi.activation.UnknownGroupException extends ActivationException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7056094974750002460L
    • Class java.rmi.activation.UnknownObjectException extends ActivationException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3425547551622251430L
  • Package java.rmi.dgc

    • Class java.rmi.dgc.Lease extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5713411624328831948L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.rmi.dgc.VMID extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -538642295484486218L
      • Serialized Fields

        • addr
          byte[] addr
          array of bytes uniquely identifying host created on
        • uid
          UID uid
          unique identifier with respect to host created on
  • Package java.rmi.server

    • Class java.rmi.server.ExportException extends RemoteException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -9155485338494060170L
    • Class java.rmi.server.ObjID extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6386392263968365220L
      • Serialized Fields

        • objNum
          long objNum
          object number
          See Also:
          ObjID.hashCode()
        • space
          UID space
          address space identifier (unique to host over time)
    • Class java.rmi.server.RemoteObject extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -3215090123894869218L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream in) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          readObject for custom serialization.

          This method reads this object's serialized form for this class as follows:

          The readUTF method is invoked on in to read the external ref type name for the RemoteRef instance to be filled in to this object's ref field. If the string returned by readUTF has length zero, the readObject method is invoked on in, and than the value returned by readObject is cast to RemoteRef and this object's ref field is set to that value. Otherwise, this object's ref field is set to a RemoteRef instance that is created of an implementation-specific class corresponding to the external ref type name returned by readUTF, and then the readExternal method is invoked on this object's ref field.

          If the external ref type name is "UnicastRef", "UnicastServerRef", "UnicastRef2", "UnicastServerRef2", or "ActivatableRef", a corresponding implementation-specific class must be found, and its readExternal method must read the serial data for that external ref type name as specified to be written in the serialData documentation for this class. If the external ref type name is any other string (of non-zero length), a ClassNotFoundException will be thrown, unless the implementation provides an implementation-specific class corresponding to that external ref type name, in which case this object's ref field will be set to an instance of that implementation-specific class.

          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream out) throws IOException
          writeObject for custom serialization.

          This method writes this object's serialized form for this class as follows:

          The getRefClass method is invoked on this object's ref field to obtain its external ref type name. If the value returned by getRefClass was a non-null string of length greater than zero, the writeUTF method is invoked on out with the value returned by getRefClass, and then the writeExternal method is invoked on this object's ref field passing out as the argument; otherwise, the writeUTF method is invoked on out with a zero-length string (""), and then the writeObject method is invoked on out passing this object's ref field as the argument.

          Serial Data:
          The serialized data for this class comprises a string (written with ObjectOutput.writeUTF) that is either the external ref type name of the contained RemoteRef instance (the ref field) or a zero-length string, followed by either the external form of the ref field as written by its writeExternal method if the string was of non-zero length, or the serialized form of the ref field as written by passing it to the serialization stream's writeObject if the string was of zero length.

          If this object is an instance of RemoteStub or RemoteObjectInvocationHandler that was returned from any of the UnicastRemoteObject.exportObject methods and custom socket factories are not used, the external ref type name is "UnicastRef". If this object is an instance of RemoteStub or RemoteObjectInvocationHandler that was returned from any of the UnicastRemoteObject.exportObject methods and custom socket factories are used, the external ref type name is "UnicastRef2". If this object is an instance of RemoteStub or RemoteObjectInvocationHandler that was returned from any of the java.rmi.activation.Activatable.exportObject methods, the external ref type name is "ActivatableRef". If this object is an instance of RemoteStub or RemoteObjectInvocationHandler that was returned from the RemoteObject.toStub method (and the argument passed to toStub was not itself a RemoteStub), the external ref type name is a function of how the remote object passed to toStub was exported, as described above. If this object is an instance of RemoteStub or RemoteObjectInvocationHandler that was originally created via deserialization, the external ref type name is the same as that which was read when this object was deserialized.

          If this object is an instance of java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject that does not use custom socket factories, the external ref type name is "UnicastServerRef". If this object is an instance of UnicastRemoteObject that does use custom socket factories, the external ref type name is "UnicastServerRef2".

          Following is the data that must be written by the writeExternal method and read by the readExternal method of RemoteRef implementation classes that correspond to the each of the defined external ref type names:

          For "UnicastRef":

          For "UnicastRef2" with a null client socket factory:

          For "UnicastRef2" with a non-null client socket factory:

          • the byte value 0x01 (indicating non-null client socket factory), written by DataOutput.writeByte(int)
          • the hostname of the referenced remote object, written by DataOutput.writeUTF(String)
          • the port of the referenced remote object, written by DataOutput.writeInt(int)
          • a client socket factory (object of type java.rmi.server.RMIClientSocketFactory), written by passing it to an invocation of writeObject on the stream instance
          • the data written as a result of calling {link java.rmi.server.ObjID#write(java.io.ObjectOutput)} on the ObjID instance contained in the reference
          • the boolean value false, written by DataOutput.writeBoolean(boolean)

          For "ActivatableRef" with a null nested remote reference:

          • an instance of java.rmi.activation.ActivationID, written by passing it to an invocation of writeObject on the stream instance
          • a zero-length string (""), written by DataOutput.writeUTF(String)

          For "ActivatableRef" with a non-null nested remote reference:

          • an instance of java.rmi.activation.ActivationID, written by passing it to an invocation of writeObject on the stream instance
          • the external ref type name of the nested remote reference, which must be "UnicastRef2", written by DataOutput.writeUTF(String)
          • the external form of the nested remote reference, written by invoking its writeExternal method with the stream instance (see the description of the external form for "UnicastRef2" above)

          For "UnicastServerRef" and "UnicastServerRef2", no data is written by the writeExternal method or read by the readExternal method.

          Throws:
          IOException
    • Class java.rmi.server.RemoteObjectInvocationHandler extends RemoteObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2L
    • Class java.rmi.server.RemoteServer extends RemoteObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4100238210092549637L
    • Class java.rmi.server.RemoteStub extends RemoteObject implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1585587260594494182L
    • Class java.rmi.server.ServerCloneException extends CloneNotSupportedException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6617456357664815945L
      • Serialized Fields

        • detail
          Exception detail
          The cause of the exception.

          This field predates the general-purpose exception chaining facility. The Throwable.getCause() method is now the preferred means of obtaining this information.

           
    • Class java.rmi.server.ServerNotActiveException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4687940720827538231L
    • Class java.rmi.server.SkeletonMismatchException extends RemoteException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7780460454818859281L
    • Class java.rmi.server.SkeletonNotFoundException extends RemoteException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7860299673822761231L
    • Class java.rmi.server.SocketSecurityException extends ExportException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7622072999407781979L
    • Class java.rmi.server.UID extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1086053664494604050L
      • Serialized Fields

        • count
          short count
          16-bit number to distinguish UID instances created in the same VM with the same time value
           
        • time
          long time
          a time (as returned by System.currentTimeMillis()) at which the VM that this UID was generated in was alive
           
        • unique
          int unique
          number that uniquely identifies the VM that this UID was generated in with respect to its host and at the given time
           
    • Class java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject extends RemoteServer implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4974527148936298033L
  • Package java.security

  • Package java.security.cert

  • Package java.security.interfaces

  • Package java.security.spec

  • Package java.sql

  • Package java.text

    • Class java.text.AttributedCharacterIterator.Attribute extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -9142742483513960612L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • name
          String name
          The name of this Attribute. The name is used primarily by readResolve to look up the corresponding predefined instance when deserializing an instance.
           
    • Class java.text.ChoiceFormat extends NumberFormat implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1795184449645032964L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • choiceFormats
          String[] choiceFormats
          A list of choice strings. The formatter will return choiceFormats[i] if the number being formatted is greater than or equal to choiceLimits[i] and less than choiceLimits[i+1].
           
        • choiceLimits
          double[] choiceLimits
          A list of lower bounds for the choices. The formatter will return choiceFormats[i] if the number being formatted is greater than or equal to choiceLimits[i] and less than choiceLimits[i+1].
           
    • Class java.text.CompactNumberFormat extends NumberFormat implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7128367218649234678L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream inStream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes this CompactNumberFormat from a stream (that is, deserializes it) after performing some validations. This method throws InvalidObjectException, if the stream data is invalid because of the following reasons,
          • If any of the decimalPattern, compactPatterns, symbols or roundingMode is null.
          • If the decimalPattern or the compactPatterns array contains an invalid pattern or if a null appears in the array of compact patterns.
          • If the minimumIntegerDigits is greater than the maximumIntegerDigits or the minimumFractionDigits is greater than the maximumFractionDigits. This check is performed by superclass's Object.
          • If any of the minimum/maximum integer/fraction digit count is negative. This check is performed by superclass's readObject.
          • If the minimum or maximum integer digit count is larger than 309 or if the minimum or maximum fraction digit count is larger than 340.
          • If the grouping size is negative or larger than 127.
          If the pluralRules field is not deserialized from the stream, it will be set to an empty string.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
          ClassNotFoundException - if the class of a serialized object could not be found
      • Serialized Fields

        • compactPatterns
          String[] compactPatterns
          The patterns for compact form of numbers for this CompactNumberFormat. A possible example is {"", "", "", "0K", "00K", "000K", "0M", "00M", "000M", "0B", "00B", "000B", "0T", "00T", "000T"} ranging from 100-1014, where each pattern is used to format a range of numbers. For example, "0K" is used for formatting number >= 1000 and number < 10000, "00K" is used for formatting number >= 10000 and number < 100000 and so on. This field must not be null.
           
        • decimalPattern
          String decimalPattern
          The decimal pattern which is used for formatting the numbers matching special pattern "0". This field must not be null.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat
        • groupingSize
          byte groupingSize
          The number of digits between grouping separators in the integer portion of a compact number. For the grouping to work while formatting, this field needs to be greater than 0 with grouping used set as true. This field must not be negative.
           
        • parseBigDecimal
          boolean parseBigDecimal
          Returns whether the CompactNumberFormat.parse(String, ParsePosition) method returns BigDecimal.
           
        • pluralRules
          String pluralRules
          The pluralRules used in this compact number format. pluralRules is a String designating plural rules which associate the Count keyword, such as "one", and the actual integer number. Its syntax is defined in Unicode Consortium's Plural rules syntax. The default value is an empty string, meaning there is no plural rules.
           
          Since:
          14
        • roundingMode
          RoundingMode roundingMode
          The RoundingMode used in this compact number format. This field must not be null.
           
        • symbols
          DecimalFormatSymbols symbols
          The DecimalFormatSymbols object used by this format. It contains the symbols used to format numbers. For example, the grouping separator, decimal separator, and so on. This field must not be null.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols
    • Class java.text.DateFormat extends Format implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7218322306649953788L
      • Serialized Fields

        • calendar
          Calendar calendar
          The Calendar instance used for calculating the date-time fields and the instant of time. This field is used for both formatting and parsing.

          Subclasses should initialize this field to a Calendar appropriate for the Locale associated with this DateFormat.

           
        • numberFormat
          NumberFormat numberFormat
          The number formatter that DateFormat uses to format numbers in dates and times. Subclasses should initialize this to a number format appropriate for the locale associated with this DateFormat.
           
    • Class java.text.DateFormat.Field extends Format.Field implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7441350119349544720L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • calendarField
          int calendarField
          Calendar field.
    • Class java.text.DateFormatSymbols extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5987973545549424702L
      • Serialization Methods

        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream stream) throws IOException
          Write out the default serializable data, after ensuring the zoneStrings field is initialized in order to make sure the backward compatibility.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.6
      • Serialized Fields

        • ampms
          String[] ampms
          AM and PM strings. For example: "AM" and "PM". An array of 2 strings, indexed by Calendar.AM and Calendar.PM.
           
        • eras
          String[] eras
          Era strings. For example: "AD" and "BC". An array of 2 strings, indexed by Calendar.BC and Calendar.AD.
           
        • locale
          Locale locale
          The locale which is used for initializing this DateFormatSymbols object.
           
          Since:
          1.6
        • localPatternChars
          String localPatternChars
          Localized date-time pattern characters. For example, a locale may wish to use 'u' rather than 'y' to represent years in its date format pattern strings. This string must be exactly 18 characters long, with the index of the characters described by DateFormat.ERA_FIELD, DateFormat.YEAR_FIELD, etc. Thus, if the string were "Xz...", then localized patterns would use 'X' for era and 'z' for year.
           
        • months
          String[] months
          Month strings. For example: "January", "February", etc. An array of 13 strings (some calendars have 13 months), indexed by Calendar.JANUARY, Calendar.FEBRUARY, etc.
           
        • shortMonths
          String[] shortMonths
          Short month strings. For example: "Jan", "Feb", etc. An array of 13 strings (some calendars have 13 months), indexed by Calendar.JANUARY, Calendar.FEBRUARY, etc.
           
        • shortWeekdays
          String[] shortWeekdays
          Short weekday strings. For example: "Sun", "Mon", etc. An array of 8 strings, indexed by Calendar.SUNDAY, Calendar.MONDAY, etc. The element shortWeekdays[0] is ignored.
           
        • weekdays
          String[] weekdays
          Weekday strings. For example: "Sunday", "Monday", etc. An array of 8 strings, indexed by Calendar.SUNDAY, Calendar.MONDAY, etc. The element weekdays[0] is ignored.
           
        • zoneStrings
          String[][] zoneStrings
          Localized names of time zones in this locale. This is a two-dimensional array of strings of size n by m, where m is at least 5. Each of the n rows is an entry containing the localized names for a single TimeZone. Each such row contains (with i ranging from 0..n-1):
          • zoneStrings[i][0] - time zone ID
          • zoneStrings[i][1] - long name of zone in standard time
          • zoneStrings[i][2] - short name of zone in standard time
          • zoneStrings[i][3] - long name of zone in daylight saving time
          • zoneStrings[i][4] - short name of zone in daylight saving time
          The zone ID is not localized; it's one of the valid IDs of the TimeZone class that are not custom IDs. All other entries are localized names.
           
          See Also:
          TimeZone
    • Class java.text.DecimalFormat extends NumberFormat implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      864413376551465018L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream stream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reads the default serializable fields from the stream and performs validations and adjustments for older serialized versions. The validations and adjustments are:
          1. Verify that the superclass's digit count fields correctly reflect the limits imposed on formatting numbers other than BigInteger and BigDecimal objects. These limits are stored in the superclass for serialization compatibility with older versions, while the limits for BigInteger and BigDecimal objects are kept in this class. If, in the superclass, the minimum or maximum integer digit count is larger than DOUBLE_INTEGER_DIGITS or if the minimum or maximum fraction digit count is larger than DOUBLE_FRACTION_DIGITS, then the stream data is invalid and this method throws an InvalidObjectException.
          2. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 4, initialize roundingMode to RoundingMode.HALF_EVEN. This field is new with version 4.
          3. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 3, then call the setters for the minimum and maximum integer and fraction digits with the values of the corresponding superclass getters to initialize the fields in this class. The fields in this class are new with version 3.
          4. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 1, indicating that the stream was written by JDK 1.1, initialize useExponentialNotation to false, since it was not present in JDK 1.1.
          5. Set serialVersionOnStream to the maximum allowed value so that default serialization will work properly if this object is streamed out again.

          Stream versions older than 2 will not have the affix pattern variables posPrefixPattern etc. As a result, they will be initialized to null, which means the affix strings will be taken as literal values. This is exactly what we want, since that corresponds to the pre-version-2 behavior.

          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
      • Serialized Fields

        • decimalSeparatorAlwaysShown
          boolean decimalSeparatorAlwaysShown
          If true, forces the decimal separator to always appear in a formatted number, even if the fractional part of the number is zero.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.isDecimalSeparatorAlwaysShown()
        • groupingSize
          byte groupingSize
          The number of digits between grouping separators in the integer portion of a number. Must be non-negative and less than or equal to Byte.MAX_VALUE if NumberFormat.groupingUsed is true.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getGroupingSize(), NumberFormat.isGroupingUsed()
        • maximumFractionDigits
          int maximumFractionDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a BigInteger or BigDecimal number. maximumFractionDigits must be greater than or equal to minimumFractionDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.5
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getMaximumFractionDigits()
        • maximumIntegerDigits
          int maximumIntegerDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a BigInteger or BigDecimal number. maximumIntegerDigits must be greater than or equal to minimumIntegerDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.5
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getMaximumIntegerDigits()
        • minExponentDigits
          byte minExponentDigits
          The minimum number of digits used to display the exponent when a number is formatted in exponential notation. This field is ignored if useExponentialNotation is not true.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • minimumFractionDigits
          int minimumFractionDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a BigInteger or BigDecimal number. minimumFractionDigits must be less than or equal to maximumFractionDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.5
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getMinimumFractionDigits()
        • minimumIntegerDigits
          int minimumIntegerDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a BigInteger or BigDecimal number. minimumIntegerDigits must be less than or equal to maximumIntegerDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.5
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getMinimumIntegerDigits()
        • multiplier
          int multiplier
          The multiplier for use in percent, per mille, etc.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getMultiplier()
        • negativePrefix
          String negativePrefix
          The symbol used as a prefix when formatting negative numbers, e.g. "-".
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getNegativePrefix()
        • negativeSuffix
          String negativeSuffix
          The symbol used as a suffix when formatting negative numbers. This is often an empty string.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getNegativeSuffix()
        • negPrefixPattern
          String negPrefixPattern
          The prefix pattern for negative numbers. This variable corresponds to negativePrefix. This variable is analogous to posPrefixPattern; see that variable for further documentation.
           
          Since:
          1.3
        • negSuffixPattern
          String negSuffixPattern
          The suffix pattern for negative numbers. This variable corresponds to negativeSuffix. This variable is analogous to posPrefixPattern; see that variable for further documentation.
           
          Since:
          1.3
        • parseBigDecimal
          boolean parseBigDecimal
          If true, parse returns BigDecimal wherever possible.
           
          Since:
          1.5
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.isParseBigDecimal()
        • positivePrefix
          String positivePrefix
          The symbol used as a prefix when formatting positive numbers, e.g. "+".
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getPositivePrefix()
        • positiveSuffix
          String positiveSuffix
          The symbol used as a suffix when formatting positive numbers. This is often an empty string.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.getPositiveSuffix()
        • posPrefixPattern
          String posPrefixPattern
          The prefix pattern for non-negative numbers. This variable corresponds to positivePrefix.

          This pattern is expanded by the method expandAffix() to positivePrefix to update the latter to reflect changes in symbols. If this variable is null then positivePrefix is taken as a literal value that does not change when symbols changes. This variable is always null for DecimalFormat objects older than stream version 2 restored from stream.

           
          Since:
          1.3
        • posSuffixPattern
          String posSuffixPattern
          The suffix pattern for non-negative numbers. This variable corresponds to positiveSuffix. This variable is analogous to posPrefixPattern; see that variable for further documentation.
           
          Since:
          1.3
        • roundingMode
          RoundingMode roundingMode
          The RoundingMode used in this DecimalFormat.
           
          Since:
          1.6
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          The internal serial version which says which version was written. Possible values are:
          • 0 (default): versions before the Java 2 platform v1.2
          • 1: version for 1.2, which includes the two new fields useExponentialNotation and minExponentDigits.
          • 2: version for 1.3 and later, which adds four new fields: posPrefixPattern, posSuffixPattern, negPrefixPattern, and negSuffixPattern.
          • 3: version for 1.5 and later, which adds five new fields: maximumIntegerDigits, minimumIntegerDigits, maximumFractionDigits, minimumFractionDigits, and parseBigDecimal.
          • 4: version for 1.6 and later, which adds one new field: roundingMode.
           
          Since:
          1.2
        • symbols
          DecimalFormatSymbols symbols
          The DecimalFormatSymbols object used by this format. It contains the symbols used to format numbers, e.g. the grouping separator, decimal separator, and so on.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormat.setDecimalFormatSymbols(java.text.DecimalFormatSymbols), DecimalFormatSymbols
        • useExponentialNotation
          boolean useExponentialNotation
          True to force the use of exponential (i.e. scientific) notation when formatting numbers.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.text.DecimalFormatSymbols extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5772796243397350300L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream stream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reads the default serializable fields, provides default values for objects in older serial versions, and initializes non-serializable fields. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 1, initializes monetarySeparator to be the same as decimalSeparator and exponential to be 'E'. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 2, initializes locale to the root locale, and initializes If serialVersionOnStream is less than 3, it initializes exponentialSeparator using exponential. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 4, it initializes perMillText, percentText, and minusSignText using perMill, percent, and minusSign respectively. If serialVersionOnStream is less than 5, it initializes monetaryGroupingSeparator using groupingSeparator. Sets serialVersionOnStream back to the maximum allowed value so that default serialization will work properly if this object is streamed out again. Initializes the currency from the intlCurrencySymbol field.
          Throws:
          InvalidObjectException - if char and String representations of either percent, per mille, and/or minus sign disagree.
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
          Since:
          1.1.6
      • Serialized Fields

        • currencySymbol
          String currencySymbol
          String denoting the local currency, e.g. "$".
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getCurrencySymbol()
        • decimalSeparator
          char decimalSeparator
          Character used for decimal sign.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getDecimalSeparator()
        • digit
          char digit
          Character used for a digit in a pattern.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getDigit()
        • exponential
          char exponential
          The character used to distinguish the exponent in a number formatted in exponential notation, e.g. 'E' for a number such as "1.23E45".

          Note that the public API provides no way to set this field, even though it is supported by the implementation and the stream format. The intent is that this will be added to the API in the future.

           
          Since:
          1.1.6
        • exponentialSeparator
          String exponentialSeparator
          The string used to separate the mantissa from the exponent. Examples: "x10^" for 1.23x10^4, "E" for 1.23E4.

          If both exponential and exponentialSeparator exist, this exponentialSeparator has the precedence.

           
          Since:
          1.6
        • groupingSeparator
          char groupingSeparator
          Character used for grouping separator.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getGroupingSeparator()
        • hashCode
          int hashCode
          Override hashCode.
        • infinity
          String infinity
          String used to represent infinity.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getInfinity()
        • intlCurrencySymbol
          String intlCurrencySymbol
          ISO 4217 currency code denoting the local currency, e.g. "USD".
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getInternationalCurrencySymbol()
        • locale
          Locale locale
          The locale of these currency format symbols.
           
          Since:
          1.4
        • minusSign
          char minusSign
          Character used to represent minus sign.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getMinusSign()
        • minusSignText
          String minusSignText
          String representation of minus sign, which may include formatting characters, such as BiDi control characters. The first non-format character of this string is the same as minusSign.
           
          Since:
          13
        • monetaryGroupingSeparator
          char monetaryGroupingSeparator
          The grouping separator used when formatting currency values.
           
          Since:
          15
        • monetarySeparator
          char monetarySeparator
          The decimal separator used when formatting currency values.
           
          Since:
          1.1.6
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getMonetaryDecimalSeparator()
        • NaN
          String NaN
          String used to represent "not a number".
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getNaN()
        • patternSeparator
          char patternSeparator
          Character used to separate positive and negative subpatterns in a pattern.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getPatternSeparator()
        • percent
          char percent
          Character used for percent sign.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getPercent()
        • percentText
          String percentText
          String representation of percent sign, which may include formatting characters, such as BiDi control characters. The first non-format character of this string is the same as percent.
           
          Since:
          13
        • perMill
          char perMill
          Character used for per mille sign.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getPerMill()
        • perMillText
          String perMillText
          String representation of per mille sign, which may include formatting characters, such as BiDi control characters. The first non-format character of this string is the same as perMill.
           
          Since:
          13
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          Describes the version of DecimalFormatSymbols present on the stream. Possible values are:
          • 0 (or uninitialized): versions prior to JDK 1.1.6.
          • 1: Versions written by JDK 1.1.6 or later, which include two new fields: monetarySeparator and exponential.
          • 2: Versions written by J2SE 1.4 or later, which include a new locale field.
          • 3: Versions written by J2SE 1.6 or later, which include a new exponentialSeparator field.
          • 4: Versions written by Java SE 13 or later, which include new perMillText, percentText, and minusSignText field.
          • 5: Versions written by Java SE 15 or later, which include new monetaryGroupingSeparator field. *
          When streaming out a DecimalFormatSymbols, the most recent format (corresponding to the highest allowable serialVersionOnStream) is always written.
           
          Since:
          1.1.6
        • zeroDigit
          char zeroDigit
          Character used for zero.
           
          See Also:
          DecimalFormatSymbols.getZeroDigit()
    • Class java.text.Format extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -299282585814624189L
    • Class java.text.Format.Field extends AttributedCharacterIterator.Attribute implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      276966692217360283L
    • Class java.text.MessageFormat extends Format implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6479157306784022952L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • argumentNumbers
          int[] argumentNumbers
          The argument numbers corresponding to each formatter. (The formatters are stored in the order they occur in the pattern, not in the order in which the arguments are specified.)
           
        • formats
          Format[] formats
          An array of formatters, which are used to format the arguments.
           
        • locale
          Locale locale
          The locale to use for formatting numbers and dates.
           
        • maxOffset
          int maxOffset
          One less than the number of entries in offsets. Can also be thought of as the index of the highest-numbered element in offsets that is being used. All of these arrays should have the same number of elements being used as offsets does, and so this variable suffices to tell us how many entries are in all of them.
           
        • offsets
          int[] offsets
          The positions where the results of formatting each argument are to be inserted into the pattern.
           
        • pattern
          String pattern
          The string that the formatted values are to be plugged into. In other words, this is the pattern supplied on construction with all of the {} expressions taken out.
           
    • Class java.text.MessageFormat.Field extends Format.Field implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7899943957617360810L
    • Class java.text.NumberFormat extends Format implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2308460125733713944L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream stream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          First, read in the default serializable data. Then, if serialVersionOnStream is less than 1, indicating that the stream was written by JDK 1.1, set the int fields such as maximumIntegerDigits to be equal to the byte fields such as maxIntegerDigits, since the int fields were not present in JDK 1.1. Finally, set serialVersionOnStream back to the maximum allowed value so that default serialization will work properly if this object is streamed out again.

          If minimumIntegerDigits is greater than maximumIntegerDigits or minimumFractionDigits is greater than maximumFractionDigits, then the stream data is invalid and this method throws an InvalidObjectException. In addition, if any of these values is negative, then this method throws an InvalidObjectException.

          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
          Since:
          1.2
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream stream) throws IOException
          Write out the default serializable data, after first setting the byte fields such as maxIntegerDigits to be equal to the int fields such as maximumIntegerDigits (or to Byte.MAX_VALUE, whichever is smaller), for compatibility with the JDK 1.1 version of the stream format.
          Throws:
          IOException
          Since:
          1.2
      • Serialized Fields

        • groupingUsed
          boolean groupingUsed
          True if the grouping (i.e. thousands) separator is used when formatting and parsing numbers.
           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.isGroupingUsed()
        • maxFractionDigits
          byte maxFractionDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a number. maximumFractionDigits must be greater than or equal to minimumFractionDigits.

          Note: This field exists only for serialization compatibility with JDK 1.1. In Java platform 2 v1.2 and higher, the new int field maximumFractionDigits is used instead. When writing to a stream, maxFractionDigits is set to maximumFractionDigits or Byte.MAX_VALUE, whichever is smaller. When reading from a stream, this field is used only if serialVersionOnStream is less than 1.

           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMaximumFractionDigits()
        • maximumFractionDigits
          int maximumFractionDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a number. maximumFractionDigits must be greater than or equal to minimumFractionDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.2
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMaximumFractionDigits()
        • maximumIntegerDigits
          int maximumIntegerDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a number. maximumIntegerDigits must be greater than or equal to minimumIntegerDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.2
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMaximumIntegerDigits()
        • maxIntegerDigits
          byte maxIntegerDigits
          The maximum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a number. maxIntegerDigits must be greater than or equal to minIntegerDigits.

          Note: This field exists only for serialization compatibility with JDK 1.1. In Java platform 2 v1.2 and higher, the new int field maximumIntegerDigits is used instead. When writing to a stream, maxIntegerDigits is set to maximumIntegerDigits or Byte.MAX_VALUE, whichever is smaller. When reading from a stream, this field is used only if serialVersionOnStream is less than 1.

           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMaximumIntegerDigits()
        • minFractionDigits
          byte minFractionDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a number. minimumFractionDigits must be less than or equal to maximumFractionDigits.

          Note: This field exists only for serialization compatibility with JDK 1.1. In Java platform 2 v1.2 and higher, the new int field minimumFractionDigits is used instead. When writing to a stream, minFractionDigits is set to minimumFractionDigits or Byte.MAX_VALUE, whichever is smaller. When reading from a stream, this field is used only if serialVersionOnStream is less than 1.

           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMinimumFractionDigits()
        • minimumFractionDigits
          int minimumFractionDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the fractional portion of a number. minimumFractionDigits must be less than or equal to maximumFractionDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.2
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMinimumFractionDigits()
        • minimumIntegerDigits
          int minimumIntegerDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a number. minimumIntegerDigits must be less than or equal to maximumIntegerDigits.
           
          Since:
          1.2
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMinimumIntegerDigits()
        • minIntegerDigits
          byte minIntegerDigits
          The minimum number of digits allowed in the integer portion of a number. minimumIntegerDigits must be less than or equal to maximumIntegerDigits.

          Note: This field exists only for serialization compatibility with JDK 1.1. In Java platform 2 v1.2 and higher, the new int field minimumIntegerDigits is used instead. When writing to a stream, minIntegerDigits is set to minimumIntegerDigits or Byte.MAX_VALUE, whichever is smaller. When reading from a stream, this field is used only if serialVersionOnStream is less than 1.

           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.getMinimumIntegerDigits()
        • parseIntegerOnly
          boolean parseIntegerOnly
          True if this format will parse numbers as integers only.
           
          See Also:
          NumberFormat.isParseIntegerOnly()
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          Describes the version of NumberFormat present on the stream. Possible values are:
          • 0 (or uninitialized): the JDK 1.1 version of the stream format. In this version, the int fields such as maximumIntegerDigits were not present, and the byte fields such as maxIntegerDigits are used instead.
          • 1: the 1.2 version of the stream format. The values of the byte fields such as maxIntegerDigits are ignored, and the int fields such as maximumIntegerDigits are used instead.
          When streaming out a NumberFormat, the most recent format (corresponding to the highest allowable serialVersionOnStream) is always written.
           
          Since:
          1.2
    • Class java.text.NumberFormat.Field extends Format.Field implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7494728892700160890L
    • Class java.text.ParseException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2703218443322787634L
      • Serialized Fields

        • errorOffset
          int errorOffset
          The zero-based character offset into the string being parsed at which the error was found during parsing.
           
    • Class java.text.SimpleDateFormat extends DateFormat implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4774881970558875024L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • defaultCenturyStart
          Date defaultCenturyStart
          We map dates with two-digit years into the century starting at defaultCenturyStart, which may be any date. May not be null.
           
          Since:
          1.1.4
        • formatData
          DateFormatSymbols formatData
          The symbols used by this formatter for week names, month names, etc. May not be null.
           
          See Also:
          DateFormatSymbols
        • locale
          Locale locale
          The Locale used to instantiate this SimpleDateFormat. The value may be null if this object has been created by an older SimpleDateFormat and deserialized.
           
          Since:
          1.6
        • pattern
          String pattern
          The pattern string of this formatter. This is always a non-localized pattern. May not be null. See class documentation for details.
           
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          The version of the serialized data on the stream. Possible values:
          • 0 or not present on stream: JDK 1.1.3. This version has no defaultCenturyStart on stream.
          • 1 JDK 1.1.4 or later. This version adds defaultCenturyStart.
          When streaming out this class, the most recent format and the highest allowable serialVersionOnStream is written.
           
          Since:
          1.1.4
  • Package java.time

  • Package java.time.chrono

  • Package java.time.format

  • Package java.time.temporal

  • Package java.time.zone

    • Class java.time.zone.Ser extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8885321777449118786L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readExternal
          public void readExternal​(ObjectInput in) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Implements the Externalizable interface to read the object.
          Serial Data:
          The streamed type and parameters defined by the type's writeReplace method are read and passed to the corresponding static factory for the type to create a new instance. That instance is returned as the de-serialized Ser object.
          • ZoneRules - ZoneRules.of(standardTransitions, standardOffsets, savingsInstantTransitions, wallOffsets, lastRules);
          • ZoneOffsetTransition - ZoneOffsetTransition of(LocalDateTime.ofEpochSecond(epochSecond), offsetBefore, offsetAfter);
          • ZoneOffsetTransitionRule - ZoneOffsetTransitionRule.of(month, dom, dow, time, timeEndOfDay, timeDefinition, standardOffset, offsetBefore, offsetAfter);
          Throws:
          IOException - if I/O errors occur
          ClassNotFoundException - If the class for an object being restored cannot be found.
        • writeExternal
          public void writeExternal​(ObjectOutput out) throws IOException
          Implements the Externalizable interface to write the object.
          Serial Data:
          Each serializable class is mapped to a type that is the first byte in the stream. Refer to each class writeReplace serialized form for the value of the type and sequence of values for the type.
          Throws:
          IOException - Includes any I/O exceptions that may occur
    • Class java.time.zone.ZoneOffsetTransition extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6946044323557704546L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • epochSecond
          long epochSecond
          The transition epoch-second.
        • offsetAfter
          ZoneOffset offsetAfter
          The offset after transition.
        • offsetBefore
          ZoneOffset offsetBefore
          The offset before transition.
        • transition
          LocalDateTime transition
          The local transition date-time at the transition.
    • Class java.time.zone.ZoneOffsetTransitionRule extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6889046316657758795L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws InvalidObjectException
          Defend against malicious streams.
          Throws:
          InvalidObjectException - always
        • writeReplace
          private Object writeReplace()
          Writes the object using a dedicated serialized form.
          Serial Data:
          Refer to the serialized form of ZoneRules.writeReplace for the encoding of epoch seconds and offsets.
          
          
                out.writeByte(3);                // identifies a ZoneOffsetTransitionRule
                final int timeSecs = (timeEndOfDay ? 86400 : time.toSecondOfDay());
                final int stdOffset = standardOffset.getTotalSeconds();
                final int beforeDiff = offsetBefore.getTotalSeconds() - stdOffset;
                final int afterDiff = offsetAfter.getTotalSeconds() - stdOffset;
                final int timeByte = (timeSecs % 3600 == 0 ? (timeEndOfDay ? 24 : time.getHour()) : 31);
                final int stdOffsetByte = (stdOffset % 900 == 0 ? stdOffset / 900 + 128 : 255);
                final int beforeByte = (beforeDiff == 0 || beforeDiff == 1800 || beforeDiff == 3600 ? beforeDiff / 1800 : 3);
                final int afterByte = (afterDiff == 0 || afterDiff == 1800 || afterDiff == 3600 ? afterDiff / 1800 : 3);
                final int dowByte = (dow == null ? 0 : dow.getValue());
                int b = (month.getValue() << 28) +          // 4 bits
                        ((dom + 32) << 22) +                // 6 bits
                        (dowByte << 19) +                   // 3 bits
                        (timeByte << 14) +                  // 5 bits
                        (timeDefinition.ordinal() << 12) +  // 2 bits
                        (stdOffsetByte << 4) +              // 8 bits
                        (beforeByte << 2) +                 // 2 bits
                        afterByte;                          // 2 bits
                out.writeInt(b);
                if (timeByte == 31) {
                    out.writeInt(timeSecs);
                }
                if (stdOffsetByte == 255) {
                    out.writeInt(stdOffset);
                }
                if (beforeByte == 3) {
                    out.writeInt(offsetBefore.getTotalSeconds());
                }
                if (afterByte == 3) {
                    out.writeInt(offsetAfter.getTotalSeconds());
                }
           
           
      • Serialized Fields

        • dom
          byte dom
          The day-of-month of the month-day of the cutover week. If positive, it is the start of the week where the cutover can occur. If negative, it represents the end of the week where cutover can occur. The value is the number of days from the end of the month, such that -1 is the last day of the month, -2 is the second to last day, and so on.
        • dow
          DayOfWeek dow
          The cutover day-of-week, null to retain the day-of-month.
        • month
          Month month
          The month of the month-day of the first day of the cutover week. The actual date will be adjusted by the dowChange field.
        • offsetAfter
          ZoneOffset offsetAfter
          The offset after the cutover.
        • offsetBefore
          ZoneOffset offsetBefore
          The offset before the cutover.
        • standardOffset
          ZoneOffset standardOffset
          The standard offset at the cutover.
        • time
          LocalTime time
          The cutover time in the 'before' offset.
        • timeDefinition
          ZoneOffsetTransitionRule.TimeDefinition timeDefinition
          The definition of how the local time should be interpreted.
        • timeEndOfDay
          boolean timeEndOfDay
          Whether the cutover time is midnight at the end of day.
    • Class java.time.zone.ZoneRules extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3044319355680032515L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws InvalidObjectException
          Defend against malicious streams.
          Throws:
          InvalidObjectException - always
        • writeReplace
          private Object writeReplace()
          Writes the object using a dedicated serialized form.
          Serial Data:
          
          
             out.writeByte(1);  // identifies a ZoneRules
             out.writeInt(standardTransitions.length);
             for (long trans : standardTransitions) {
                 Ser.writeEpochSec(trans, out);
             }
             for (ZoneOffset offset : standardOffsets) {
                 Ser.writeOffset(offset, out);
             }
             out.writeInt(savingsInstantTransitions.length);
             for (long trans : savingsInstantTransitions) {
                 Ser.writeEpochSec(trans, out);
             }
             for (ZoneOffset offset : wallOffsets) {
                 Ser.writeOffset(offset, out);
             }
             out.writeByte(lastRules.length);
             for (ZoneOffsetTransitionRule rule : lastRules) {
                 rule.writeExternal(out);
             }
           
           

          Epoch second values used for offsets are encoded in a variable length form to make the common cases put fewer bytes in the stream.

          
          
            static void writeEpochSec(long epochSec, DataOutput out) throws IOException {
               if (epochSec >= -4575744000L && epochSec < 10413792000L && epochSec % 900 == 0) {  // quarter hours between 1825 and 2300
                   int store = (int) ((epochSec + 4575744000L) / 900);
                   out.writeByte((store >>> 16) & 255);
                   out.writeByte((store >>> 8) & 255);
                   out.writeByte(store & 255);
                } else {
                    out.writeByte(255);
                    out.writeLong(epochSec);
                }
            }
           
           

          ZoneOffset values are encoded in a variable length form so the common cases put fewer bytes in the stream.

          
          
            static void writeOffset(ZoneOffset offset, DataOutput out) throws IOException {
               final int offsetSecs = offset.getTotalSeconds();
               int offsetByte = offsetSecs % 900 == 0 ? offsetSecs / 900 : 127;  // compress to -72 to +72
               out.writeByte(offsetByte);
               if (offsetByte == 127) {
                   out.writeInt(offsetSecs);
               }
           }
          
           
      • Serialized Fields

        • lastRules
          ZoneOffsetTransitionRule[] lastRules
          The last rule.
        • savingsInstantTransitions
          long[] savingsInstantTransitions
          The transitions between instants (epoch seconds), sorted.
        • savingsLocalTransitions
          LocalDateTime[] savingsLocalTransitions
          The transitions between local date-times, sorted. This is a paired array, where the first entry is the start of the transition and the second entry is the end of the transition.
        • standardOffsets
          ZoneOffset[] standardOffsets
          The standard offsets.
        • standardTransitions
          long[] standardTransitions
          The transitions between standard offsets (epoch seconds), sorted.
        • wallOffsets
          ZoneOffset[] wallOffsets
          The wall offsets.
    • Class java.time.zone.ZoneRulesException extends DateTimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1632418723876261839L
  • Package java.util

    • Class java.util.AbstractMap.SimpleEntry extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8499721149061103585L
      • Serialized Fields

        • key
          K key
        • value
          V value
    • Class java.util.AbstractMap.SimpleImmutableEntry extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7138329143949025153L
      • Serialized Fields

        • key
          K key
        • value
          V value
    • Class java.util.ArrayDeque extends AbstractCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2340985798034038923L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes this deque from a stream (that is, deserializes it).
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException - if the class of a serialized object could not be found
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Saves this deque to a stream (that is, serializes it).
          Serial Data:
          The current size (int) of the deque, followed by all of its elements (each an object reference) in first-to-last order.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
    • Class java.util.ArrayList extends AbstractList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8683452581122892189L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes the ArrayList instance from a stream (that is, deserializes it).
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException - if the class of a serialized object could not be found
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Saves the state of the ArrayList instance to a stream (that is, serializes it).
          Serial Data:
          The length of the array backing the ArrayList instance is emitted (int), followed by all of its elements (each an Object) in the proper order.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
      • Serialized Fields

        • size
          int size
          The size of the ArrayList (the number of elements it contains).
           
    • Class java.util.Arrays.ArrayList extends AbstractList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2764017481108945198L
      • Serialized Fields

        • a
          E[] a
    • Class java.util.BitSet extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7997698588986878753L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • bits
          long[] bits
          The bits in this BitSet. The ith bit is stored in bits[i/64] at bit position i % 64 (where bit position 0 refers to the least significant bit and 63 refers to the most significant bit).
    • Class java.util.Calendar extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1807547505821590642L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream stream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes this object from a stream (i.e., deserialize it).
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream stream) throws IOException
          Save the state of this object to a stream (i.e., serialize it). Ideally, Calendar would only write out its state data and the current time, and not write any field data out, such as fields[], isTimeSet, areFieldsSet, and isSet[]. nextStamp also should not be part of the persistent state. Unfortunately, this didn't happen before JDK 1.1 shipped. To be compatible with JDK 1.1, we will always have to write out the field values and state flags. However, nextStamp can be removed from the serialization stream; this will probably happen in the near future.
          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialized Fields

        • areFieldsSet
          boolean areFieldsSet
          True if fields[] are in sync with the currently set time. If false, then the next attempt to get the value of a field will force a recomputation of all fields from the current value of time.
           
        • fields
          int[] fields
          The calendar field values for the currently set time for this calendar. This is an array of FIELD_COUNT integers, with index values ERA through DST_OFFSET.
           
        • firstDayOfWeek
          int firstDayOfWeek
          The first day of the week, with possible values SUNDAY, MONDAY, etc. This is a locale-dependent value.
           
        • isSet
          boolean[] isSet
          The flags which tell if a specified calendar field for the calendar is set. A new object has no fields set. After the first call to a method which generates the fields, they all remain set after that. This is an array of FIELD_COUNT booleans, with index values ERA through DST_OFFSET.
           
        • isTimeSet
          boolean isTimeSet
          True if then the value of time is valid. The time is made invalid by a change to an item of field[].
           
          See Also:
          Calendar.time
        • lenient
          boolean lenient
          True if this calendar allows out-of-range field values during computation of time from fields[].
           
          See Also:
          Calendar.setLenient(boolean), Calendar.isLenient()
        • minimalDaysInFirstWeek
          int minimalDaysInFirstWeek
          The number of days required for the first week in a month or year, with possible values from 1 to 7. This is a locale-dependent value.
           
        • nextStamp
          int nextStamp
          The next available value for stamp[], an internal array. This actually should not be written out to the stream, and will probably be removed from the stream in the near future. In the meantime, a value of MINIMUM_USER_STAMP should be used.
           
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          The version of the serialized data on the stream. Possible values:
          0 or not present on stream
          JDK 1.1.5 or earlier.
          1
          JDK 1.1.6 or later. Writes a correct 'time' value as well as compatible values for other fields. This is a transitional format.
          When streaming out this class, the most recent format and the highest allowable serialVersionOnStream is written.
           
          Since:
          1.1.6
        • time
          long time
          The currently set time for this calendar, expressed in milliseconds after January 1, 1970, 0:00:00 GMT.
           
          See Also:
          Calendar.isTimeSet
        • zone
          TimeZone zone
          The TimeZone used by this calendar. Calendar uses the time zone data to translate between locale and GMT time.
           
    • Class java.util.Collections.AsLIFOQueue extends AbstractQueue<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1802017725587941708L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedCollection extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1578914078182001775L
      • Serialized Fields

        • c
          Collection<E> c
        • type
          Class<E> type
        • zeroLengthElementArray
          E[] zeroLengthElementArray
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedList extends java.util.Collections.CheckedCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      65247728283967356L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedMap extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5742860141034234728L
      • Serialized Fields

        • keyType
          Class<K> keyType
        • m
          Map<K,​V> m
        • valueType
          Class<V> valueType
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedNavigableMap extends java.util.Collections.CheckedSortedMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4852462692372534096L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedNavigableSet extends java.util.Collections.CheckedSortedSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5429120189805438922L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedQueue extends java.util.Collections.CheckedCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1433151992604707767L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedRandomAccessList extends java.util.Collections.CheckedList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1638200125423088369L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedSet extends java.util.Collections.CheckedCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4694047833775013803L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedSortedMap extends java.util.Collections.CheckedMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1599671320688067438L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CheckedSortedSet extends java.util.Collections.CheckedSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1599911165492914959L
    • Class java.util.Collections.CopiesList extends AbstractList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2739099268398711800L
    • Class java.util.Collections.EmptyList extends AbstractList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8842843931221139166L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
    • Class java.util.Collections.EmptyMap extends AbstractMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6428348081105594320L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
    • Class java.util.Collections.EmptySet extends AbstractSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1582296315990362920L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
    • Class java.util.Collections.ReverseComparator extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7207038068494060240L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
    • Class java.util.Collections.ReverseComparator2 extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4374092139857L
      • Serialized Fields

        • cmp
          Comparator<T> cmp
          The comparator specified in the static factory. This will never be null, as the static factory returns a ReverseComparator instance if its argument is null.
           
    • Class java.util.Collections.SetFromMap extends AbstractSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      2454657854757543876L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SingletonList extends AbstractList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3093736618740652951L
      • Serialized Fields

        • element
          E element
    • Class java.util.Collections.SingletonMap extends AbstractMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6979724477215052911L
      • Serialized Fields

        • k
          K k
        • v
          V v
    • Class java.util.Collections.SingletonSet extends AbstractSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3193687207550431679L
      • Serialized Fields

        • element
          E element
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedCollection extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3053995032091335093L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedList extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7754090372962971524L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
          SynchronizedRandomAccessList instances are serialized as SynchronizedList instances to allow them to be deserialized in pre-1.4 JREs (which do not have SynchronizedRandomAccessList). This method inverts the transformation. As a beneficial side-effect, it also grafts the RandomAccess marker onto SynchronizedList instances that were serialized in pre-1.4 JREs. Note: Unfortunately, SynchronizedRandomAccessList instances serialized in 1.4.1 and deserialized in 1.4 will become SynchronizedList instances, as this method was missing in 1.4.
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedMap extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1978198479659022715L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedNavigableMap extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSortedMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      699392247599746807L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedNavigableSet extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSortedSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5505529816273629798L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedRandomAccessList extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1530674583602358482L
      • Serialization Methods

        • writeReplace
          private Object writeReplace()
          Allows instances to be deserialized in pre-1.4 JREs (which do not have SynchronizedRandomAccessList). SynchronizedList has a readResolve method that inverts this transformation upon deserialization.
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSet extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      487447009682186044L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSortedMap extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8798146769416483793L
    • Class java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSortedSet extends java.util.Collections.SynchronizedSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8695801310862127406L
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableCollection extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1820017752578914078L
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableList extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -283967356065247728L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
          UnmodifiableRandomAccessList instances are serialized as UnmodifiableList instances to allow them to be deserialized in pre-1.4 JREs (which do not have UnmodifiableRandomAccessList). This method inverts the transformation. As a beneficial side-effect, it also grafts the RandomAccess marker onto UnmodifiableList instances that were serialized in pre-1.4 JREs. Note: Unfortunately, UnmodifiableRandomAccessList instances serialized in 1.4.1 and deserialized in 1.4 will become UnmodifiableList instances, as this method was missing in 1.4.
      • Serialized Fields

        • list
          List<? extends E> list
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableMap extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -1034234728574286014L
      • Serialized Fields

        • m
          Map<? extends K,​? extends V> m
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableMap.UnmodifiableEntrySet extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSet<Map.Entry<K,​V>> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7854390611657943733L
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableNavigableMap extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSortedMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4858195264774772197L
      • Serialized Fields

        • nm
          NavigableMap<K,​? extends V> nm
          The instance we wrap and protect.
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableNavigableSet extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSortedSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -6027448201786391929L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableRandomAccessList extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2542308836966382001L
      • Serialization Methods

        • writeReplace
          private Object writeReplace()
          Allows instances to be deserialized in pre-1.4 JREs (which do not have UnmodifiableRandomAccessList). UnmodifiableList has a readResolve method that inverts this transformation upon deserialization.
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSet extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableCollection<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -9215047833775013803L
    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSortedMap extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8806743815996713206L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSortedSet extends java.util.Collections.UnmodifiableSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4929149591599911165L
    • Class java.util.CollSer extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6309168927139932177L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream ois) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reads objects from the stream and stores them in the transient Object[] array field.
          Serial Data:
          A nonnegative int, indicating the count of objects, followed by that many objects.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
          ClassNotFoundException - if a serialized class cannot be loaded
          InvalidObjectException - if the count is negative
          Since:
          9
        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve() throws ObjectStreamException
          Creates and returns an immutable collection from this proxy class. The instance returned is created as if by calling one of the static factory methods for List, Map, or Set. This proxy class is the serial form for all immutable collection instances, regardless of implementation type. This is necessary to ensure that the existence of any particular implementation type is kept out of the serialized form.
          Throws:
          InvalidObjectException - if the tag value is illegal or if an exception is thrown during creation of the collection
          ObjectStreamException - if another serialization error has occurred
          Since:
          9
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream oos) throws IOException
          Writes objects to the stream from the transient Object[] array field.
          Serial Data:
          A nonnegative int, indicating the count of objects, followed by that many objects.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
          Since:
          9
      • Serialized Fields

        • tag
          int tag
          Indicates the type of collection that is serialized. The low order 8 bits have the value 1 for an immutable List, 2 for an immutable Set, and 3 for an immutable Map. Any other value causes an InvalidObjectException to be thrown. The high order 24 bits are zero when an instance is serialized, and they are ignored when an instance is deserialized. They can thus be used by future implementations without causing compatibility issues.

          The tag value also determines the interpretation of the transient Object[] array field. For List and Set, the array's length is the size of the collection, and the array contains the elements of the collection. Null elements are not allowed. For Set, duplicate elements are not allowed.

          For Map, the array's length is twice the number of mappings present in the map. The array length is necessarily even. The array contains a succession of key and value pairs: k1, v1, k2, v2, ..., kN, vN. Nulls are not allowed, and duplicate keys are not allowed.

           
          Since:
          9
    • Class java.util.ConcurrentModificationException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -3666751008965953603L
    • Class java.util.Currency extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -158308464356906721L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
          Resolves instances being deserialized to a single instance per currency.
      • Serialized Fields

        • currencyCode
          String currencyCode
          ISO 4217 currency code for this currency.
           
    • Class java.util.Date extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7523967970034938905L
    • Class java.util.DuplicateFormatFlagsException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      18890531L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.EmptyStackException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5084686378493302095L
    • Class java.util.EnumMap extends AbstractMap<K extends Enum<K>,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      458661240069192865L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • keyType
          Class<K extends Enum<K>> keyType
          The Class object for the enum type of all the keys of this map.
           
    • Class java.util.EnumSet extends AbstractSet<E extends Enum<E>> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1009687484059888093L
    • Class java.util.EnumSet.SerializationProxy extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      362491234563181265L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readResolve
          private Object readResolve()
          Returns an EnumSet object with initial state held by this proxy.
      • Serialized Fields

        • elements
          Enum<?>[] elements
          The elements contained in this enum set.
           
        • elementType
          Class<E extends Enum<E>> elementType
          The element type of this enum set.
           
    • Class java.util.EventObject extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5516075349620653480L
    • Class java.util.FormatFlagsConversionMismatchException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      19120414L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.FormatterClosedException extends IllegalStateException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      18111216L
    • Class java.util.GregorianCalendar extends Calendar implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -8125100834729963327L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialized Fields

        • gregorianCutover
          long gregorianCutover
          The point at which the Gregorian calendar rules are used, measured in milliseconds from the standard epoch. Default is October 15, 1582 (Gregorian) 00:00:00 UTC or -12219292800000L. For this value, October 4, 1582 (Julian) is followed by October 15, 1582 (Gregorian). This corresponds to Julian day number 2299161.
           
    • Class java.util.HashMap extends AbstractMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      362498820763181265L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes this map from a stream (that is, deserializes it).
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException - if the class of a serialized object could not be found
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Saves this map to a stream (that is, serializes it).
          Serial Data:
          The capacity of the HashMap (the length of the bucket array) is emitted (int), followed by the size (an int, the number of key-value mappings), followed by the key (Object) and value (Object) for each key-value mapping. The key-value mappings are emitted in no particular order.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
      • Serialized Fields

        • loadFactor
          float loadFactor
          The load factor for the hash table.
           
        • threshold
          int threshold
          The next size value at which to resize (capacity * load factor).
           
    • Class java.util.HashSet extends AbstractSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5024744406713321676L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute the HashSet instance from a stream (that is, deserialize it).
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Save the state of this HashSet instance to a stream (that is, serialize it).
          Serial Data:
          The capacity of the backing HashMap instance (int), and its load factor (float) are emitted, followed by the size of the set (the number of elements it contains) (int), followed by all of its elements (each an Object) in no particular order.
          Throws:
          IOException
    • Class java.util.Hashtable extends Dictionary<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1421746759512286392L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute the Hashtable from a stream (i.e., deserialize it).
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Save the state of the Hashtable to a stream (i.e., serialize it).
          Serial Data:
          The capacity of the Hashtable (the length of the bucket array) is emitted (int), followed by the size of the Hashtable (the number of key-value mappings), followed by the key (Object) and value (Object) for each key-value mapping represented by the Hashtable The key-value mappings are emitted in no particular order.
          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialized Fields

        • loadFactor
          float loadFactor
          The load factor for the hashtable.
           
        • threshold
          int threshold
          The table is rehashed when its size exceeds this threshold. (The value of this field is (int)(capacity * loadFactor).)
           
    • Class java.util.IdentityHashMap extends AbstractMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8188218128353913216L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes the IdentityHashMap instance from a stream (i.e., deserializes it).
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Saves the state of the IdentityHashMap instance to a stream (i.e., serializes it).
          Serial Data:
          The size of the HashMap (the number of key-value mappings) (int), followed by the key (Object) and value (Object) for each key-value mapping represented by the IdentityHashMap. The key-value mappings are emitted in no particular order.
          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialized Fields

        • size
          int size
          The number of key-value mappings contained in this identity hash map.
           
    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatCodePointException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      19080630L
      • Serialized Fields

        • c
          int c
    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatConversionException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      17000126L
      • Serialized Fields

        • arg
          Class<?> arg
        • c
          char c
    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatException extends IllegalArgumentException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      18830826L
    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatFlagsException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      790824L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatPrecisionException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      18711008L
      • Serialized Fields

        • p
          int p
    • Class java.util.IllegalFormatWidthException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      16660902L
      • Serialized Fields

        • w
          int w
    • Class java.util.IllformedLocaleException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -5245986824925681401L
      • Serialized Fields

        • _errIdx
          int _errIdx
    • Class java.util.InputMismatchException extends NoSuchElementException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      8811230760997066428L
    • Class java.util.LinkedHashMap extends HashMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3801124242820219131L
      • Serialized Fields

        • accessOrder
          boolean accessOrder
          The iteration ordering method for this linked hash map: true for access-order, false for insertion-order.
           
    • Class java.util.LinkedHashSet extends HashSet<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -2851667679971038690L
    • Class java.util.LinkedList extends AbstractSequentialList<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      876323262645176354L
    • Class java.util.Locale extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      9149081749638150636L
    • Class java.util.MissingFormatArgumentException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      19190115L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.MissingFormatWidthException extends IllegalFormatException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      15560123L
      • Serialized Fields

    • Class java.util.MissingResourceException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -4876345176062000401L
      • Serialized Fields

        • className
          String className
          The class name of the resource bundle requested by the user.
           
        • key
          String key
          The name of the specific resource requested by the user.
           
    • Class java.util.NoSuchElementException extends RuntimeException implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      6769829250639411880L
    • Class java.util.PriorityQueue extends AbstractQueue<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -7720805057305804111L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitutes the PriorityQueue instance from a stream (that is, deserializes it).
          Throws:
          ClassNotFoundException - if the class of a serialized object could not be found
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Saves this queue to a stream (that is, serializes it).
          Serial Data:
          The length of the array backing the instance is emitted (int), followed by all of its elements (each an Object) in the proper order.
          Throws:
          IOException - if an I/O error occurs
      • Serialized Fields

        • comparator
          Comparator<? super E> comparator
          The comparator, or null if priority queue uses elements' natural ordering.
        • size
          int size
          The number of elements in the priority queue.
    • Class java.util.Properties extends Hashtable<Object,​Object> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      4112578634029874840L
      • Serialized Fields

        • defaults
          Properties defaults
          A property list that contains default values for any keys not found in this property list.
           
    • Class java.util.PropertyPermissionCollection extends PermissionCollection implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      7015263904581634791L
    • Class java.util.Random extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3905348978240129619L
      • Serialization Methods

      • Serialization Overview

        • Serializable fields for Random.
      • Serialized Fields

        • haveNextNextGaussian
          boolean haveNextNextGaussian
          nextNextGaussian is valid
        • nextNextGaussian
          double nextNextGaussian
          next Gaussian to be returned
        • seed
          long seed
          seed for random computations
    • Class java.util.ServiceConfigurationError extends Error implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      74132770414881L
    • Class java.util.SimpleTimeZone extends TimeZone implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      -403250971215465050L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream stream) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute this object from a stream (i.e., deserialize it). We handle both JDK 1.1 binary formats and full formats with a packed byte array.
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream stream) throws IOException
          Save the state of this object to a stream (i.e., serialize it).
          Serial Data:
          We write out two formats, a JDK 1.1 compatible format, using DOW_IN_MONTH_MODE rules, in the required section, followed by the full rules, in packed format, in the optional section. The optional section will be ignored by JDK 1.1 code upon stream in.

          Contents of the optional section: The length of a byte array is emitted (int); this is 4 as of this release. The byte array of the given length is emitted. The contents of the byte array are the true values of the fields startDay, startDayOfWeek, endDay, and endDayOfWeek. The values of these fields in the required section are approximate values suited to the rule mode DOW_IN_MONTH_MODE, which is the only mode recognized by JDK 1.1.

          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialized Fields

        • dstSavings
          int dstSavings
          A positive value indicating the amount of time saved during DST in milliseconds. Typically one hour (3600000); sometimes 30 minutes (1800000).

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
          Since:
          1.1.4
        • endDay
          int endDay
          This field has two possible interpretations:
          endMode == DOW_IN_MONTH
          endDay indicates the day of the month of endMonth on which daylight saving time ends, from 1 to 28, 30, or 31, depending on the endMonth.
          endMode != DOW_IN_MONTH
          endDay indicates which endDayOfWeek in th month endMonth daylight saving time ends on. For example, a value of +1 and a endDayOfWeek of Calendar.SUNDAY indicates the first Sunday of endMonth. Likewise, +2 would indicate the second Sunday, and -1 the last Sunday. A value of 0 is illegal.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • endDayOfWeek
          int endDayOfWeek
          The day of the week on which daylight saving time ends. This value must be between Calendar.SUNDAY and Calendar.SATURDAY inclusive.

          If useDaylight is false or endMode == DAY_OF_MONTH, this value is ignored.

           
        • endMode
          int endMode
          Variables specifying the mode of the end rule. Takes the following values:
          DOM_MODE
          Exact day of week; e.g., March 1.
          DOW_IN_MONTH_MODE
          Day of week in month; e.g., last Sunday in March.
          DOW_GE_DOM_MODE
          Day of week after day of month; e.g., Sunday on or after March 15.
          DOW_LE_DOM_MODE
          Day of week before day of month; e.g., Sunday on or before March 15.
          The setting of this field affects the interpretation of the endDay field.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
          Since:
          1.1.4
        • endMonth
          int endMonth
          The month in which daylight saving time ends. This value must be between Calendar.JANUARY and Calendar.UNDECIMBER. This value must not equal startMonth.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • endTime
          int endTime
          The time in milliseconds after midnight at which daylight saving time ends. This value is expressed as wall time, standard time, or UTC time, depending on the setting of endTimeMode.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • endTimeMode
          int endTimeMode
          The format of endTime, either WALL_TIME, STANDARD_TIME, or UTC_TIME.
           
          Since:
          1.3
        • monthLength
          byte[] monthLength
          This field was serialized in JDK 1.1, so we have to keep it that way to maintain serialization compatibility. However, there's no need to recreate the array each time we create a new time zone.
          An array of bytes containing the values {31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31}. This is ignored as of the Java 2 platform v1.2, however, it must be streamed out for compatibility with JDK 1.1.
        • rawOffset
          int rawOffset
          The offset in milliseconds between this zone and GMT. Negative offsets are to the west of Greenwich. To obtain local standard time, add the offset to GMT time. To obtain local wall time it may also be necessary to add dstSavings.
           
        • serialVersionOnStream
          int serialVersionOnStream
          The version of the serialized data on the stream. Possible values:
          0 or not present on stream
          JDK 1.1.3 or earlier.
          1
          JDK 1.1.4 or later. Includes three new fields: startMode, endMode, and dstSavings.
          2
          JDK 1.3 or later. Includes two new fields: startTimeMode and endTimeMode.
          When streaming out this class, the most recent format and the highest allowable serialVersionOnStream is written.
           
          Since:
          1.1.4
        • startDay
          int startDay
          This field has two possible interpretations:
          startMode == DOW_IN_MONTH
          startDay indicates the day of the month of startMonth on which daylight saving time starts, from 1 to 28, 30, or 31, depending on the startMonth.
          startMode != DOW_IN_MONTH
          startDay indicates which startDayOfWeek in the month startMonth daylight saving time starts on. For example, a value of +1 and a startDayOfWeek of Calendar.SUNDAY indicates the first Sunday of startMonth. Likewise, +2 would indicate the second Sunday, and -1 the last Sunday. A value of 0 is illegal.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • startDayOfWeek
          int startDayOfWeek
          The day of the week on which daylight saving time starts. This value must be between Calendar.SUNDAY and Calendar.SATURDAY inclusive.

          If useDaylight is false or startMode == DAY_OF_MONTH, this value is ignored.

           
        • startMode
          int startMode
          Variables specifying the mode of the start rule. Takes the following values:
          DOM_MODE
          Exact day of week; e.g., March 1.
          DOW_IN_MONTH_MODE
          Day of week in month; e.g., last Sunday in March.
          DOW_GE_DOM_MODE
          Day of week after day of month; e.g., Sunday on or after March 15.
          DOW_LE_DOM_MODE
          Day of week before day of month; e.g., Sunday on or before March 15.
          The setting of this field affects the interpretation of the startDay field.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
          Since:
          1.1.4
        • startMonth
          int startMonth
          The month in which daylight saving time starts. This value must be between Calendar.JANUARY and Calendar.DECEMBER inclusive. This value must not equal endMonth.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • startTime
          int startTime
          The time in milliseconds after midnight at which daylight saving time starts. This value is expressed as wall time, standard time, or UTC time, depending on the setting of startTimeMode.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • startTimeMode
          int startTimeMode
          The format of startTime, either WALL_TIME, STANDARD_TIME, or UTC_TIME.
           
          Since:
          1.3
        • startYear
          int startYear
          The year in which daylight saving time is first observed. This is an AD value. If this value is less than 1 then daylight saving time is observed for all AD years.

          If useDaylight is false, this value is ignored.

           
        • useDaylight
          boolean useDaylight
          A boolean value which is true if and only if this zone uses daylight saving time. If this value is false, several other fields are ignored.
           
    • Class java.util.Stack extends Vector<E> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      1224463164541339165L
    • Class java.util.TimeZone extends Object implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      3581463369166924961L
      • Serialized Fields

        • ID
          String ID
          The string identifier of this TimeZone. This is a programmatic identifier used internally to look up TimeZone objects from the system table and also to map them to their localized display names. ID values are unique in the system table but may not be for dynamically created zones.
           
    • Class java.util.TooManyListenersException extends Exception implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      5074640544770687831L
    • Class java.util.TreeMap extends AbstractMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

      serialVersionUID:
      919286545866124006L
      • Serialization Methods

        • readObject
          private void readObject​(ObjectInputStream s) throws IOException, ClassNotFoundException
          Reconstitute the TreeMap instance from a stream (i.e., deserialize it).
          Throws:
          IOException
          ClassNotFoundException
        • writeObject
          private void writeObject​(ObjectOutputStream s) throws IOException
          Save the state of the TreeMap instance to a stream (i.e., serialize it).
          Serial Data:
          The size of the TreeMap (the number of key-value mappings) is emitted (int), followed by the key (Object) and value (Object) for each key-value mapping represented by the TreeMap. The key-value mappings are emitted in key-order (as determined by the TreeMap's Comparator, or by the keys' natural ordering if the TreeMap has no Comparator).
          Throws:
          IOException
      • Serialized Fields

        • comparator
          Comparator<? super K> comparator
          The comparator used to maintain order in this tree map, or null if it uses the natural ordering of its keys.
           
    • Class java.util.TreeMap.AscendingSubMap extends java.util.TreeMap.NavigableSubMap<K,​V> implements Serializable

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