How to read object from a file in java

In this post, we will see how to read object from file in java. In last post, we have already seen how to write object to a file and created employee.ser , now in this post, we are going to read same file and retrieve back Employee object.

Java Serialization Tutorial:

Reading object from file using ObjectInputStream may be referred as Deserialization.

Lets take an example:
Create Employee.java same as last example in src->org.arpit.java2blog

1.Employee.java

Create DeserializeMain.java in src->org.arpit.java2blog
2.DeserializeMain.java

3.Run it:

When you run above DeserializeMain.java and you will get following output:
These are some simple steps to read object from file. If you want to go through some complex scenario you can go through Serialization in java

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