Drag & Drop - HeapByteBuffer

Pavel Safrata pavel.safrata at oracle.com
Tue Jun 18 14:12:14 PDT 2013

Hello Ryan,
this happens when the object deserialization fails with either 
IOException or ClassNotFoundException. It can also happen when "data 
instanceof ByteBuffer" reports false which would be a class loader issue.

On 18.6.2013 22:30, Ryan Cuprak wrote:
>   Just curious if anyone has ever run into a situation where you get a java.nio.HeapByteBuffer instead of the deserialized object? I implemented drag and drop in a table in a TableView. It works fine in the test app but fails in the actual application - drop gets receives the HeapByteBuffer instead.
>   Thanks,
>   -Ryan

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