Uses of Package
org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser

Packages that use org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser
org.codehaus.jackson.map.ext Contains extended support for "external" packages: things that may or may not be present in runtime environment, but that are commonly enough used so that explicit support can be added. 
org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser Contains implementation classes of serialization part of data binding. 
org.codehaus.jackson.xc Package that contains Xml Compatibility functionality for Jackson. 
 

Classes in org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser used by org.codehaus.jackson.map.ext
SerializerBase
          Base class used by all standard serializers.
 

Classes in org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser used by org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser
ArraySerializers.ObjectArraySerializer
          Generic serializer for Object arrays (Object[]).
BasicSerializerFactory
          Factory class that can provide serializers for standard JDK classes, as well as custom classes that extend standard classes or implement one of "well-known" interfaces (such as Collection).
BasicSerializerFactory.CalendarSerializer
          For time values we should use timestamp, since that is about the only thing that can be reliably converted between date-based objects and json.
BasicSerializerFactory.NullSerializer
          To allow for special handling for null values (in Objects, Arrays, root-level), handling for nulls is done via serializers too.
BasicSerializerFactory.NumberSerializer
          As a fallback, we may need to use this serializer for other types of Numbers (custom types).
BasicSerializerFactory.UtilDateSerializer
          For efficiency, we will serialize Dates as longs, instead of potentially more readable Strings.
BeanPropertyWriter
          Base bean property handler class, which implements common parts of reflection-based functionality for accessing a property value and serializing it.
BeanSerializer
          Serializer class that can serialize arbitrary bean objects.
BeanSerializerFactory
          Factory class that can provide serializers for any regular Java beans (as defined by "having at least one get method recognizable as bean accessor" -- where Object.getClass() does not count); as well as for "standard" JDK types.
ContainerSerializers.CollectionSerializer
          Fallback serializer for cases where Collection is not known to be of type for which more specializer serializer exists (such as index-accessible List).
ContainerSerializers.IndexedListSerializer
          This is an optimizied serializer for Lists that can be efficiently traversed by index (as opposed to others, such as LinkedList that can not}.
ContainerSerializers.IterableSerializer
           
ContainerSerializers.IteratorSerializer
           
EnumSerializer
           
MapSerializer
          Standard serializer implementation for serializing {link java.util.Map} types.
PropertyBuilder
          Helper class for BeanSerializerFactory that is used to construct BeanPropertyWriter instances.
ReadOnlyClassToSerializerMap
          Optimized lookup table for accessing JsonSerializer instances keyed by Class.
SerializerBase
          Base class used by all standard serializers.
SerializerCache
          Simple cache object that allows for doing 2-level lookups: first level is by "local" read-only lookup Map (used without locking) and second backup level is by a shared modifiable HashMap.
StdSerializerProvider
          Default SerializerProvider implementation.
ToStringSerializer
          Simple general purpose serializer, useful for any type for which Object.toString() returns the desired Json value.
 

Classes in org.codehaus.jackson.map.ser used by org.codehaus.jackson.xc
SerializerBase
          Base class used by all standard serializers.