Java Serialization to XML (JSX) serializes/deserializes Java objects to/from XML, so you can save them, send them - and see them! It correctly handles the many Serializable classes in Java and third-party libraries that use Java's builtin Java Object Serialization (JOS) to customize their serialization (for security, validation, faithful deserialisation, and class evolution).
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Release Notes: This release corrects an error in the message given upon free trial expiration.
Release Notes: This release updates the documentation of the convenience methods (in JSX.P), noting that they wrap exceptions so you don't have to catch them.
Release Notes: This release further consolidates class evolution, for upgrading data correctly and completely to new class versions (e.g. of Java or third-party libraries).
Release Notes: This release consolidates support for some corner cases of Java's standard JOS API for class evolution, in case they are used by future classes.
Release Notes: This release brings JSX closer to the JOS spec for class evolution, which is especially important when deserializing data to a new version of Java (since class internals evolve between Java releases).