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Question Passing objects to Servlet

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How exactly can objects be 'serialized' and passed over the network to a Servlet, and then de-serializing the returned object in order to be used in a BlackBerry Application?

I have already managed to build a prototype using the said Servlet on a Java Application, and there the objects are being sent without a problem. However, when I came to implementing the same logic on the BlackBerry, I came to a sudden halt, upon realizing the Serialization is not supported...

So the question is this: How am I supposed to send objects across to a Servlet and get the resultant objects back?

Any assistance would be greatly appriciated.

Thanks and Regards,
Luke Rocco
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