Transmit serialized object via HTTP in Android

by Ray da Costa » Mon, 22 Feb 2010 19:57:19 GMT

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Personnel possibility exists to transmit serialized object via HTTP in
Android? I'm trying to use the HttpURLConnection but I get an exception
saying that does not support

Ray da Costa
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