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kandi X-RAY | JSONHelper Summary
Convert anything into anything in one operation; hex strings into UIColor/NSColor, JSON strings into class instances, y/n strings to booleans, arrays and dictionaries of these; anything you can make sense of!.
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Good Morning. I wanted to understand why when testing my RSPEC, the Categories controller, it is giving the error message below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 15:37
It seems to me that you forgot to add all the modules of this class. Try to update the
Hope that someone can help me with this seemingly simple problem. In short, I want to use camel case for all property names, except when the property is a DataTable. In that case, I want the column names to be unchanged when serialized.
I have a rather deep object structure that I serialize to JSON, using JSON.NET. I want the property names to be camel case, and I dont want to put attributes on every class, so I use the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 23:44
Json.NET uses a
DataTableConverter to convert a
DataTable to and from
This one shares the same serializer with all other converters that are being used for the (de)serialization of an object, in this case one configured with a camel case naming strategy.
In order to apply a different naming strategy for a
DataTable, you can implement a custom
DataTableConverter in which you configure the
serializer to use a different
DefaultContractResolver without the camel case naming strategy while (de)serializing the
Alternativelly you might set up a whole different serializer that you pass to
When parsing the given JSon format with Jackson ObjectMapper, I get the following error:
Unexpected end-of-input: expected close marker for Array. How can I parse this kind for format?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-09 at 06:52
It is an Object Array, not a valid JSON. Is the order/index of the values are always same? I mean High and Low will be always at index 2 and 3? If yes then read them by looping and populating a POJO.
DozerMapping can be useful. Similar solution here.
I have a method that performs the same function on different objects passed in:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-12 at 13:32
Make the method generic:
as exercise I need to create a search function. in this function, input is a value and output is number of times that the value is repeated in array. but an error shows:
"Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 178257920) (tried to allocate 262144 bytes) in ... on line 51"
PHP code is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-20 at 15:08
The infinate loop comes from this statement:
I'm new to hilt. So i want to try dependency injection with hilt on my project which use MVVM architecture. The structure look like this: JsonHelper -> RemoteDataSource -> Repository -> ViewModel.
The problems occur when i try to inject my DI on RemoteDataSource and Repository since these classes are singleton class and have a private constructor. The error codes look like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-09 at 23:48
@Singleton annotation is enough to notify that the class is a singleton class, so i just remove the companion object and changes private constructor with a public constructor so the code will look like this:
I guess my code has many weak points, so please feel free to share any thoughts. My main question btw, is that when I'm trying to do the following, and at the end, when I'd like to wait all my tasks (by using Task.WaitAll) to get completed to examine if there were any exceptions, will it really make any part of the code to run synchronously, just because the lack of an 'await' operator?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-27 at 14:43
will it really make any part of the code to run synchronously, just because the lack of an 'await' operator?
Main method will run synchronously. This won't really matter because it's the
Main method, but if you want to asynchronously wait for the tasks to complete, use
await Task.WhenAll instead of
Task.WaitAll. The asynchronous approach has an additional benefit in that it doesn't wrap exceptions in
On a side note, use
await instead of
I made a class based on the JSON i get from a API. The API is written in c# so i cant copy from that class because its mostly lists.
This is how the JSON looks like....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-04 at 14:22
Did you annotate your PHP
Table class ?
Tried your exemple with :
How to get responseBody string for logging purpose in HttpSupportFilter?
Common log solution is create wrapper and insert it to the standar filter
If we use standar filter we cannot access activejdbc db connection layer
I tried to apply wrapper but it does not work, the string is still empty...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-05 at 17:52
generally, you are on the right path. It is my understanding that
HttpLog is a model, and you want to store the request values that to database, correct?
if we use standar filter we cannot access activejdbc db connection layer
So, the ActiveWeb filters have ordering, which is documented here: https://javalite.io/controller_filters#filter-ordering
This means that if you want a database connection available in the
HTTPLogFilter, you have to register the
DBConnectionFilter before the
Trying to deserialize/serialize JSON into Java beans I've created. Really new to Jackson and this endeavor, so bear with me. I have the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-27 at 03:12
The main class when working with Jackson is the ObjectMapper. It has a lot of options, take a look at the available methods.
This is an example of a typical helper class that uses the ObjectMapper to convert between Java objects and Strings.
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