Currently I send JSON from an Ajax post to the server which is then converted to objects using the Jackson Mapper.  The format is like this   {"id":"780710","folderID":"42024","displayOrder":2},{"id":&...
Given Employee and company class  Company {     String companyName; }  Employee {     String employeeName; }   and my code like the following  List<Employee> e = new ArrayList<Employee>(); ..... .....   i wish i can get result like this...
I have a grid in a browser.  I want to send rows of data to the grid via JSON, but the browser should continuously parse the JSON as it receives it and add rows to the grid as they are parsed. Put another way, the rows shouldn't be added to the g...
I have a simple Java object that I'm using Jackson to serialize to JSON, and then I'm dropping that into a <script> tag in my JSP page as part of initializing a JavaScript object.  e.g.  <script>SomeLib.load(${someObject});</sc...
Is it possible to parse a JSON string containing a Javascript function into a Jackson JsonNode ?  The (JSON formatted) string I try to parse :  {     "key1" : "value1",     "key2" : "value2",     "key3" : funct...
I followed this example to generate a json string to be later parsed in javascript  package example;  import org.codehaus.jackson.map.ObjectMapper; import java.util.HashMap; import java.util.Map;  public class Example {      public static void main(S...
I'm testing a component with a nested component inside which use redux. I'm using shallow test for the component. This is my test:  describe("Header", () =>   void it("renders correctly", () => {     const renderer = new...
What is the best way to map JSON objects in Java? I'm talking about something like Dozer or MapStruct for JavaBeans but for JSON. I found these two projects:  JSON Mapper 1  JSON Mapper 2  But they are in Javascript. So is it a good idea to embed...
I want to put a quote "" in the following json from RESTEasy (with Jackson).  {     "isReachable": false,     "timestamp": 1353449973347 }  {     "isReachable": "false",     "timestamp": "1353449973...
I need to return the following in a custom REST API I am building using Jackson. The following is simply a Javascript function. Is there a way to return a javascript function as is? Without returning it as string, and then having to parse it on the f...

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