In Java, static values cannot be serialized directly. Serialization is the process of converting an object into a byte stream to store it in a file or send it over a network. Static variables are associated with the class rather than with any specific instance of the class, so they are not part of the object’s state that can be serialized.
When an object is serialized, only the non-static fields (instance variables) are serialized. Static variables are not saved as part of the serialized object’s data. When the object is deserialized, the static variables will be initialized based on the class definition and any other static initialization blocks.
If you need to serialize static values, one option is to define a separate class or data structure that holds those values and make it serializable. Then you can include an instance of that class as a non-static field in the class you want to serialize. The static values can be accessed through this instance variable when needed.