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Old 07-18-2007, 07:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can some plz provide some info how i can push a hashtable
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We're doing something similar, but connectivity can be a problem in these parts, so instead we encode a delimited version of the table into an email and send it (so its picked up by the bberry whenever next online). The application then reads and parses the email into hastables in a persistent store.

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We're currently using a system that requires a HashTable to be pushed to a custom app. We simply sent each key/value pair as a delimited string. When the custom app receives the string, you'll just have to split it up and put it back into a hashtable.

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I had a similar problem. Some data, which are sorted into an object array and then sould be pushed to the clients. But i found no serialization api for doing so, which is a pitty.

Workaround was to provide the data in a CSV file. If anybody knows a possibility to push abstract data types, please reply in this thread (not including to implement serialization yourself, i think this is to much work).
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