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Jackson is a Java library for handling tasks like reading and writing (parsing / generating) and data binding to/from Java objects


XStream is a simple Java library to serialize objects to XML and back again.



I ll second suggestion to use jaxb or possibly xstream former is faster latter has more focus on object serialization part;plus i ll further suggest a decent json-based alternative jackson which can fully serializer deserialize beans to json text to store in the column

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Homemade vs. Java Serialization

Jackson xml module faster than xstream

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String-Object converter

What has been serialized with xstream is not necessarily deserializable with jackson

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Migration from Spring Batch 3 to 4

If you use jackson you can check this answer and this example;there are many other json apis jaxb etc but imo xstream is the easier to start with

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Date pass to json

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