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How to set "Content-type" header in RestEasy Client framework using a proxy interface?
I you try a @Consumes(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON) on the POST ? Take care of many things : you need to have an "entity" object who is send in the method (not @CookieParam, or @FormParam). And in So your method must be like : @POST @Path("/auth") @Consumes(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON) ConnectionInformation auth(@CookieParam("name") String name, @CookieParam("password") String password, MyJSON

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PostgreSQL Materialized Path / Ltree to hierarchical JSON-object
I was able to find and slightly change it to work with ltree's materialized paths instead of parent ids like often used on adjacency tree structures. While I still hope for a better solution, this I guess will get the job done. I kinda feel I have to add the parent_id in addition to the ltree path, since this is of course not any way near as fast as referencing parent id's. Well credits goes to

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What is the better practice to respond with JSON from a web service?
If you annotate the response like the first version then you send more data, but you open the door to things such as pagination. You will want to paginate the data if the client only needs a small amount of it at a time and it would be overly onerous to generate the entire data set. If you provide the raw response like the second version then you send less data, but you are less able to support t

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Compression of JSON documents in Couchbase
Yes, Couchbase will compress the document when storing it on disk. When documents are stored on disk they are simply treated as a array of bytes which is compressed using the snappy compression algorithm.

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Check the value type of a JSON value in Postgres
As other folks have said, there is no reason to convert the variable to an integer just to them cast it to a string. Also, phone numbers are not numbers. :-) You need to be using the ->> operator instead of ->. That alongside IS NOT NULL gets your SELECT query working. Note the difference between the two tuple values after running this query: SELECT fields->'phone', fields->>'

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Unable to send data in response to the view in nodejs
define res variable globally: var res; function requesthandler(req,resObj){ res = resObj;//set it to the resObj } wrap res.render inside a function like this: function renderPage(){ res.render('result',{title: 'Results Returned',searchdata : searchData}); } then in parseresponse function do this: function parseresponse(){ var data = JSON.parse(output); searchData.push(

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Unable to use query parameters
To be able to sort on a specific child, there must be an index on that child node. You can add such an index by adding an .indexOn rule to the security/rules in your dashboard, e.g. ".indexOn": ["hash"] Most client-side APIs that Firebase provides have an implementation that of the ordering/filtering, which allows them to order/filter data even when no index is present. This is handy for

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Posting status update to IBM Connections Community
Sure, you are most likely running it an issue using the nonce. Try this add the X-Update-Nonce header to your request. You can get the Nonce value from the http://apps.na.collabserv.com/files/basic/api/nonce . Add the Header to the HttpRequest It should then work. http://bastide.org/2014/10/08/cross-site-request-forgery-and-ibm-connections-micro-blog/

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Indexing complex array structure
The only way that this can work is to define your index mapping so that the array field is not enabled and therefore make it not searchable (Elasticsearch avoids parsing that field). curl -XPUT localhost:9200/your-index -d '{ "mappings": { "your-type" : { "properties" : { "array" : { "type" : "object", "enabled" : false } } } } }' You

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json schema for dynamic properties that change depending on a "type"
From your text I can understand two different things: If you have an enum, and want to define types that restrict the values of the enum, your only choice is to use an enum property, and use it to be able to select schemas by value. as it is explained here. If you just want to have alternative schemas for X, you can define directly: "X Schema": {"oneOf":[{"id":"schema1"},{"id":"schema2"}]}

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File System data
{ "dev": 16777223, //The device number containing the file. "mode": 33204, //The mode of the file. This is an integer which incorporates file type information and file permission bits. See also stat:type and stat:perms below. "nlink": 1, //The number of hard links to the file. "uid": 501, //The user ID of the file’s owner. "gid": 20, //The group ID of the file.

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How to write a JSON object from R dataframe with grouping
You've got a little "non-standard" thing going with two keys of "value" (I don't know if this is legal json), as you can see here: (js <- jsonlite::fromJSON('{"query":"1", "type":[{"name":"a", "values":[{"value":"x"}, {"value":"y"}]}, {"name":"c", "values":[{"value":"z"}]}]}')) ## $query ## [1] "1" ## ## $type ## name values ## 1 a x, y ## 2 c z ... with a data.frame cell con

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std.json - Any way to check if a JSONValue has a particular field
Just use the D in operator, like with a D associative array: auto foo = "foo" in json ? json["foo"].str : null; If you're using DMD 2.065 or older, you need to use json.object for the in operator: auto foo = "foo" in json.object ? json["foo"].str : null;

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parse google places json in swift
let googleGeo:NSArray = item["geometry"] as NSArray The problem is that you're casting geometry as an array when it is in fact another dictionary (at least according to the JSON you posted). Instead you should do: let googleGeo = item["geometry"] as NSDictionary let googleLoc = googleGeo["location"] as NSDictionary let latitude = googleLoc["lat"] as Float let longitude = googleLoc["long"] as Fl

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std.json - A bit confused with TRUE, FALSE and NULL values
Look at the variable's type. auto json = parseJSON("/path/to/json/example.json"); bool foo = json["foo"].type == JSON_TYPE.TRUE; bool bar = json["bar"].type == JSON_TYPE.TRUE; bool bazIsNull = json["baz"].type == JSON_TYPE.NULL; Of course, if you expect that values might have other types, you'll need extra checks.

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Deseralization of JSON to VB.NET object getting NULL
Your JSON has your field names prefixed with underscores, e.g. _AddressLine1, which corresponds to the member variable names in your class. However, these are Private, but the JavaScriptSerializer will only use Public member variables or properties. So, you can either change your JSON to drop the underscore prefix (in which case the Public properties will be used) or make the member variables Pu

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Filtering through a Google Doc JSON object with Angular JS
I asked this question about 8 months ago. I think it would be possible to strip down layers of junk data surrounding the meat of the json object. However, if you're using a google doc as a database, find another alternative if you can.

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JSON Path Extraction
You can easily extract the Organization Attributes however your JSON isn't valid JSON, so you'll need to fix that first depending on how forgiving the parser is that you are using. The whole document needs to have an object or array at the root, and there are extra commas after the last properties of some objects in the document. Here is a fixed document: { "References": [ {

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Spring 3.2 @ExceptionHandler @ResponseBody JSON Response Via Jackson
Simply add the getters and setters for the Object that you are going to return. The tutorial that i followed omitted the getters and this whole thing didn't work. So for me this was it !

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Spray-json convert part of the json to Map[String,List[Double]]
Look at the error message: It's complaining about the type of value it's finding in the AST for the op field. So the document you're actually parsing probably doesn't match your sample above. Other than that, your code looks OK to me. Just as a matter of taste, I typically don't extend DefaultJsonProtocol; I put my JSON formats in the package object, and import DefaultJsonProtocol._ to handle a

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Request parameters in a post request in parse.com
First of all, You should pass a body message with the POST method. The content-type should be 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded' according to the documentation. Parse.Cloud.httpRequest({ method: 'POST', url: 'https://motp.p.mashape.com/v1/otp/{APIKey}/{SessionId}', headers: { 'X-Mashape-Key': 'YOUR-X-Mashape-Key', 'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'

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Extjs and Swing callback issue with file upload
Instead of using the ExtJSFormResult you can always return the results success with a hashmap.Something like below the @ResponseBody will take care of the return result format(here it is json). Map results = new HashMap(); results.put("succes", true); return results; Please try once.Hope it helps you.

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OData URI to JSON mongoDB query
Ok, there are two aproaches for this and it depends on how you need to use the GET requests, as you can see in the link you provided, the request is formed by a URL, tha is the domain right up to the first /, then the path, and that's all of the parameters between slashes ( / ), and finally the query, and that's whatever comes after "?" What you are saying in your question is that you need a ful

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Grails - JSON param request not passing to controller
See this: http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec9.html (9.3 GET). The GET method means retrieve whatever information (in the form of an entity) is identified by the Request-URI Request-URI being the important part here. There is no concept of body data in a GET requests. So, change to POST and your request should work.

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How to filter JSON Data from an AngularJS $http request using an ng-model input
The data you return is not correct, the output of the url: https://sweltering-fire-6061.firebaseio.com/people.json is: {"0":{"born":1791,"name":"Charles Babbage"},"1":{"born":1955,"name":"Tim Berners-Lee"} Which means: object.0 = {"born":1791,"name":"Charles Babbage"} You might want to return an array, because it now tries to filter on "born" or "name", while those attributes are one lay

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Am I using the wrong standard for JSON response?
As your error link says: By default, all resource actions expect objects, except query which expects arrays. You should use an other function like User.Get() when you're not expecting an array but just a single object.

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sed, JSON and curly braces
After some more investigations I found out that the script (not mine) that generates the original "myfile.txt" (JSON + some text) adds special characters. I guess the fact that these characters exist in the file make the system think that this is a binary file and hence I have my issues. When I did "cat -v output.json" I could see the additional text which is not displayed if I just do "cat outpu

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Getting error while retrieving JSON response from twitter search
You have to authenticate first. Follow the instructions in https://dev.twitter.com/rest/public/search. Twitter Api 1.1 needs athentication for searching. best regards

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How to Read & Update the data in JSON using AngularJs
I would recommend you to read about Angularjs Resource in this link Then create a service factory which is the best way to ensure re-usability of code: Change the urls to your url and Id is an example for passing parameters. var app = angular.module('plunker', ['ngResource']); app.factory('resourceBase', function($resource) { return { getData: function() { return $resource('htt

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IT-Ebooks.info Open Api for book search
Just try the link yourself. The page you get has a captcha. Once you complete the captcha, you're given a link to download the actual pdf (which worked for me). For an Android user, you could start an intent that launches the browser. This would allow the user to complete the captcha himself and download the pdf.

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Parse Cloud Code deploy not possible
This started happening to me too after upgrading to version 1.3.3 (from 1.3.0) I am using a Windows machine so I cannot upgrade python, I think it's embedded in the exe or something like that. It's very annoying since it worked before with the version I had! Very unprofessional.. I hope they will solve it soon. Update: Version 1.3.4 is now available for Windows but it still does not work.. tr

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nodejs object.property undefined error on parsing json
stringify is to convert a json object to string. not vice versa. var jvar = {"name":"sumit","age":"33"}; var stdata = JSON.stringify(jvar); var sdata = JSON.parse(stdata); console.log(sdata); console.log(sdata.name);

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Ember - Reading currentUser from JSON and using it to create currentUser and using that in another model record
Your problem is that you didn't set the user properly on the comments controller and route. In your route, you should be setting those properties on the model hook, not activate. In my gist below, I setup the route's model to take a hash of an empty comment (not saved) and your user record. Then I set the model and user property on the controller in the setupController hook. Try this - https://g

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Adding a table header on this code?
Put the header in the initial value of out var out = "<table><tr><th>ID</th><th>BKName</th><th>PBName</th><th>Year</th><Type</th><th>Con</th></tr>";

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How to append data through for loops
To use the looping variable in a string, you'll need to use this rather unpleasant combination of eval, parse and paste. Here's a simple example for (i in 1:10){ eval(parse(text=paste( 'print ("iteration number ',i,'")' ,sep=''))) } Your example is probably something like for (i in 1:300) { eval(parse(text=paste( 'data_',i, '<- fromJSON("https://www.example.com/?page=',i,'", fl

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Cities displayed in topojson visualization, but not in file itself?
The github visualisation displays the data in the JSON (orange) overlaid on Google Maps. What's in the JSON are just the orange outlines. If you want cities etc in your map, you'll have to create a separate TopoJSON file, see this tutorial for more information.

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Error while displaying json data in android look for error
You're trying to get JSONObject from JSONArray "ar". So, you must make sure all elements in the array are JSONObject. If not, there must be an exception during convert element to JSONObject. Please be aware that the element in JSONArray can be any primary type (int/long/boolean...), wrapper class(Integer/Long/Boolean...), String, JSONObject and even another JSONArray. So, you must confirm the typ

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JsonMappingException: could not initialize proxy - no Session
This typically happens when you are returning an object via @Responsebody (or in your case response body by way of @RestController) and an object is being serialized but has children in a LAZY collection that have not been referenced. By the time you are in your controller there is no longer a transaction active that will facilitate them being fetched (like the one your started in your @Service).

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How do I pass in a JSON array as a POST parameter in Swift?
What kind of error do you get? The JSON is valid. I'm wondering if your server is expecting application/json and not application/x-www-form-urlencoded. If the server is expecting application/json then remove "data=" from your body and just send "{"item_id":"9"}". POST doesn't need to be a key value pair.

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