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How to use POST in sending data in JSON in android?
If you see the options for all the valid parameters for the .execute function on DefaultHttpClient, then none of them just have one HttpPost object as input parameters. So that's why you are experiencing the error. Try to make the input parameters correct. Hope that helps you understand the issue.

Categories : Android

Sending Json POST Android - Data not added
Try setting the json data encoded in UTF8 byte array, like this: request.setEntity(new ByteArrayEntity( postMessage.toString().getBytes("UTF8"))); This works well for me...

Categories : Android

Sending data from fragment to activity and parse json
I didn't know what actually happened as above code seems okay to me. Instead of sending data, you can make the variable as Static and access that variable in other class like Fragmentone.id. This will definitely work. Also did you try to catch that id in onStart() instead of onCreate() ? It is convenient to check if there are arguments passed to the fragment in startup

Categories : Java

i m sending json data and try to get in struts2 action class
You don't need a getter/setter for postdata, the postdata items are being individually sent as request params, so itemId is in the requestmap as itemId. Postdata is not being sent as json. Add getters/setters in your action class for all the items you are sending in your postdata [get/set]ItemId, [get/set]CurrentQty, ....

Categories : Jquery

Angular JS POST request not sending JSON data
If you are serializing your data object, it will not be a proper json object. Take what you have, and just wrap the data object in a JSON.stringify(). $http({ url: '/user_to_itsr', method: "POST", data: JSON.stringify({application:app, from:d1, to:d2}), headers: {'Content-Type': 'application/json'} }).success(function (data, status, headers, config) { $scope.users = data.users; // assign $scope.persons here as promise is resolved here }).error(function (data, status, headers, config) { $scope.status = status + ' ' + headers; });

Categories : Web Services

Sending JSON data as context quotes becoming "?
I think you can use autoescape tag in your template to not escape the quotes # sessionscheduler.html {% autoescape off %} {{ your_string }} {% endautoescape %}

Categories : Javascript

Why is IE6 sending me NULL characters (0x00) as JSON POST data?
Thanks Eric, you were right! When AJAX post requests were cancelled in Internet Explorer, it still sent them to the server, but with no actual content and with an incorrect content length in the header. We read the content using: request.InputStream.Position = 0; byte[] content = new byte[request.ContentLength]; request.InputStream.Read(content, 0, request.ContentLength); it created a byte array of 's because there was no content to overwrite the initialized array.

Categories : Json

sending json data as POST request via .ajax call
If you want to access the data as $_POST["data_1_1"], you'll have to send it as a post var rather than as the request body. $.ajax({ type: 'POST', url: 'update_collab_info.php?loc_id=' + loc_id, data: { data_1_1:data_1_1 }, timeout: 2000, success: function (collab) { alert("This looks like" + data_1_1); location.href = "www/" } });

Categories : PHP

which is good method sending 50mb data at one slot or any other way to send 50mb json data to the server in android?
You could get smaller using something like Protocol Buffers: https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/ Your best bet if you still have a lot of data is to chunk the data and send it in pieces. Look at the common design patterns of Frame Decoder and Encoder, with examples of how these are used in practice here: http://docs.jboss.org/netty/3.1/api/org/jboss/netty/handler/codec/frame/FrameDecoder.html

Categories : Android

415 error when sending json data back to java rest service using AJAX
The error you are receiving is as follows: 415 Unsupported Media Type The request entity has a media type which the server or resource does not support. For example, the client uploads an image as image/svg+xml, but the server requires that images use a different format. (wikipedia) The cause may be the $j.ajax call, try adding the contentType argument, e.g.: ... $j.ajax({ url : '../api/createDisplayGroup/postHtmlVar/' + containerID + '/' + containerType, data: JSON.stringify(json_data), dataType: 'json', type : 'post', contentType: 'application/json' ... This will then match the value of the @Consumes annotation used by your postHtml method, note that: The @Consumes annotation is used to specify which MIME media types of representations a resource c

Categories : Java

Sending json data into db and display in listview throws "null pointer exception"
Your class does not extend ListActivity. registerForContextMenu(getListView()); http://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/ListActivity.html#getListView() public ListView getListView () Get the activity's list view widget. And you have this which can be removed. private View getListView() { // TODO Auto-generated method stub return null; // returning null } You also have this lv1 =(ListView)findViewById(R.id.list); lv =(ListView)findViewById(R.id.list); Both refer to the same resource id. From your comments you say you get java.lang.RuntimeException: Your content must have a ListView whose id attribute is 'android.R.id.list Your own view MUST contain a ListView object with the id "@android:id/list" (or list if it's in code) <ListView

Categories : Java

Sending data to google wallet it is sending response merchant error
The demo sample you are pointing to seems to work fine. You can also try some additional sample code in various languages (Java, Python, PHP): https://developers.google.com/commerce/wallet/digital/docs/samples MERCHANT_ERROR implies that something is wrong with the purchase request such as a badly formatted JWT. If you are trying to re-use the sample code in your app make sure to generate a new JWT using your Seller ID and Seller Secret.

Categories : Android

Sending many json objects with one object json
On the Django REST page, it says: Note that nested relationships are currently read-only. "Read Only" would make posting a little difficult ;)

Categories : Django

json database get image setting data for json using while loop carousel type jquery json
Look for a jquery carousel plugin. http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/tools/jquery-carousel-plugins/ http://www.webdesigntunes.com/freebies/30-amazing-free-jquery-slider-and-carousel-plugins-of-2013/ Edit: does this help? $data = array(); $x = 0; while ($test = mysql_fetch_array($query)) { $data[$x]['content'] = "<div class='slide_inner'><a class='photo_link' href='#'><img class='photo' src='{$test['image']}' alt='Bike'></a><a class='caption' href='#'>Sample Carousel Pic Goes Here And The Best Part is that...</a></div>"; $data[$x]['content_button'] = "<div class='thumb'><img src='{$test['thumb']}' alt='bike is nice'></div><p>Agile Carousel Place Holder</p>"; $x++; } echo json_encode($data);

Categories : PHP

Large amounts of json data, slow browser evaluation of json data
Firstly, I dont really understand your idea of using for(;;) to break down a huge json. Also, adding something, parsing, removing and splitting the data before using it would just be an extra overhead on the browser. Also, if you are preparing a html string inside a for loop before rendering it, just make sure you dont render it all at once after the loop ends. But keep on rendering it inside the loop so that you dont keep the user waiting till the loop finishes the execution. This should help you deliver a quick html output when there is a huge json for the browser to work on. Hope this might help you.

Categories : Javascript

Get data from JSON, store in IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings, retrieve data when JSON is retrieved
The way you are thinking with await and async is correct but you destroyed its concept by calling another method just when the page loads. What Wilfred Wee said is also wrong. The correct way would be to declare an event handler in your App.xamls.cs like this: public event EventHandler<bool> SettingsReady; Then change your Application_Launching() method to the following: private async void Application_Launching(object sender, LaunchingEventArgs e) { var settings = IsolatedStorageSettings.ApplicationSettings; settings.Add("listofCurrency", await CurrencyHelpers.getJsonCurrency()); if (SettingsReady!= null) SettingsReady(this, true); } And now in your MainPage.xaml.cs (CONSTRUCTOR - NOT WHEN LOADED) declare the call back function to be called when the data wi

Categories : C#

Sending JSON Object in URL
You probably want to serialize and then Base64 encode. import base64 encoded = base64.urlsafe_b64encode(json.dumps(batch)) Now it's safe to embed in a URL. To get it back to an object: json.loads(base64.urlsafe_b64decode(encoded))

Categories : Python

sending json from php to javascript
To output JSON in PHP, output the result of passing your PHP structure through json_encode. Example from the documentation: <?php $arr = array('a' => 1, 'b' => 2, 'c' => 3, 'd' => 4, 'e' => 5); echo json_encode($arr); ?> Outputs: {"a":1,"b":2,"c":3,"d":4,"e":5} Re your updated question, you've used $dayArray = json_encode($dayArray) setDayArray('<?php $dayArray ?>'); // Wrong Get rid of the quotes, and include echo unless it's magically getting output some other way: $dayArray = json_encode($dayArray) setDayArray(<?php echo $dayArray ?>); // Right When you do that, the browser will see something like: setDayArray(["L","M","M","J","V","S","D"]); // Right rather than setDayArray('["L","M","M","J","V","S","D"]'); // Wrong

Categories : PHP

json sending null value to controller
Modify your code as below: $.ajax({ type: "POST", dataType : "json", url:"${pageContext.request.contextPath}/company/getDuplicate", data:{"name":name}, async:false, success:function(data){ response = data; }, error: function (data) { alert(request.responseText); } }); and Modify your controller handler as Notice the commented first two lines and addtional @RequestParam(value="name") String name in method signature @RequestMapping(value = "/company/getDuplicate", method = RequestMethod.POST, headers = "Accept=*/*") public @ResponseBody void getTitleList(@RequestParam(value="name") String name,HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResp

Categories : Jquery

Sending JSON to PHP - decoding issue
By looking at your JSON I think json_decode($_POST['data'], true); will return array of array, so you should use: $info = json_decode($_POST['data'], true); foreach($info as $t) { $sql = "INSERT INTO rssFeed (date, title, description, location, billtype, link) VALUES(". $t['date'] .",". $uid .", ". $voted .", NOW())"; } Also you can print your $info object using print_r($info); and see the output of json_decode($_POST['data'], true);

Categories : PHP

Sending post with json using spray?
Sorry, but you question is a bit cumbersome, for me at least. If you want to make a POST request in Spray with some Json as HttpEntity, then you should try to do it with Spray-Clients pipelining, it's drop dead simple. You need to create a simple pipe: val pipe: HttpRequest => Future[HttpResponse] = sendReceive and then build a request: import spray.json.SprayJsonSupport._ pipe(Post("/api/1.0/users/ping", """{ "key"="whatever" }""".asJson)) This will return you a Future with HttpResponse, if you want some specific result, let's say, for example, some confirmation code, then add unmarshall step to your pipe: val pipe: HttpRequest => Future[ConfCode] = sendReceive ~> unmarshal[ConfCode]

Categories : Scala

Sending JSON from Android to PHP Server
You have to decode the JSON string in PHP so it can be properly understood in PHP $data = json_decode($_REQUEST); echo '<pre>' . print_r($data, true) . '</pre>'; I would expect the json data to be passed to the PHP $_RESUEST/$_POST/$_GET array as a named array item. It may well be worth just print_r'ing the whole $_REQUEST array to see whet its actuall called first. echo '<pre>' . print_r($REQUEST, true) . '</pre>'; Then adding the correct array item to the original dump $data = json_decode($_REQUEST['array_item_name']); echo '<pre>' . print_r($data, true) . '</pre>';

Categories : PHP

date is malformed when sending as json
Try to use this annotation to specify your date format: private String transId; private String portfolio; private String portfolioCcy; private String transRef; private String adjustmentType; @DateTimeFormat(pattern = "dd/MM/yyyy") private LocalDate transDate; private String debitCredit; private String investCategory; private String custodian; private String recRemarks; private RecStatus recStatus; private Boolean isUploaded=true;

Categories : Java

Sending images through json getting failed
You cannot send NSData as JSON, if you want to send an image over JSON you have to first encode it in Base64 and then decode it on the server Take a look at this https://github.com/l4u/NSData-Base64

Categories : Objective C

Sending json post from xcode to wep.api
Your JSON is invalid , you are missing quotes NSString *JsonMsg = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"{"UserName": "%@", "DeviceID": "%@", "Password": "%@"}", Username.text,@"123456789",Password.text];

Categories : Json

Trouble sending hyperlink via json
Answering my own question for future googlers . . . I forgot that SMS stands for SHORT Message Service. My message was too long and, guess what happens when you send too long a message in SMSManager.sendTextMessage ? You get a nullPointerException (instead of getting a MessageTooLong exception). Gary

Categories : Android

Sending a HTTP Request Post in Json
If you're using Qt5 then there's JSON serialisation libraries already built in, if you're not you'll need an external one such as: qt-json. You do the serialisation and then add it into the header, however you may need to manually build the header instead of using addQueryItem.

Categories : C++

What are the appropriate NGINX configs if you are only sending JSON objects?
proxy_buffers The number defines how many buffers nginx will create and the size how big each buffer will be. When nginx starts receiving data from the upstream it starts filling up those buffers, either until the buffers are full or the upstream sends EOF or EOT. If any of those two conditions is met, nginx will send the contents of the buffers to the client. If the client isn’t reading the buffers quickly enough, it will attempt to write the contents of them to disk and send them when the client is able to receive. Take the average size of your JSON responses. Modern disks and file systems can handle even huge buffer sizes, but you should use something to the power of two and by creating a good balance between the number and size you can speed up the buffering process. proxy_busy_b

Categories : Django

Call WebService Asp.Net sending a parameter JSON
It was the NAMESPACE. It was not suposed to have an / in the end. so the Namespace is http://serv.lageo.ufpr.br instead of http://serv.lageo.ufpr.br/...

Categories : Java

Node.js Express.js not always sending valid json
Can you replace this line: res.send(200, JSON.stringify({token:{id:'longstring',email:'testuser@captusr.com'}})); with this and see if that solves it. Express does the 200 and JSON.stringify for you, so don't re-do it. res.send({token:{id:'longstring',email:'testuser@captusr.com'}});

Categories : Json

Sending JSON via Jquery AJAX call to PHP
json_decode takes a JSON string, and parses it into an object (or associative array). Since you want to write it to a file, you don't need to parse it first (one writes strings to files, not objects). $json = $_POST['json']; file_put_contents('text.txt', $json)

Categories : PHP

Pushwoosh, Sending a push message using vb.net and json
Your URL seems to be incomplete. Could it be the case? Dim myUri As New Uri("https://cp.pushwoosh.com/json/1.3/") It should be either https://cp.pushwoosh.com/json/1.3/createMessage, or https://cp.pushwoosh.com/json/1.3/registerDevice, etc.

Categories : Json

Sending JSON files to iPhone for iOS app testing
You can put the file in the application bundle (ensure it's there in XCode, under the Copy Bundle Resources section on the Build Phases tab for the project), then access the file directly with no path, with simply default.json. However, any files in the application bundle are read only. Alternatively, if you wish to be able to update the file, your app should typically copy the file from the application bundle to the documents folder on first launch, and then access the copy in the documents folder from then on. (Hint: If the file doesn't exist in the documents folder, copy it from the application bundle.) When distributing an app, only the files included in the application bundle are delivered. When run on a device from XCode, only the application bundle is copied to the device, and all

Categories : Iphone

Codeigniter - sending json to script file
You need to print the result of the output json string to the html generated file. But you need to parse the string with some script. I would recommend you: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.parseJSON/ For the second question. It is possible by doing: $returnValue = json_encode( array ( "obj1" => array("id"=>"1","title"=>"myTitle","score"=>"16","date"=>"2013-08-02"), "obj2" => array("id"=>"2","title"=>"myTitle2","score"=>"17","date"=>"2013-09-02"), "obj3" => array("id"=>"3","title"=>"myTitle3","score"=>"18","date"=>"2013-10-02"), ) );

Categories : Javascript

Json Data converted to Json string but not in Json Dictionary
Well there is no error in what you are doing and the log says clearly you are getting a NSDictionary, and If you try to log an NSDictionary it is obvious you get a json string response.See this line NSLog(@" dicjson : %@ json string : %@ error : %@",dicJsonRequest,strJsonRequest,convertError.localizedDescription); Here the NDDictionary contains the value correctly since the log shows dicjson : { email = "test@test.com"; name = abcd; password = test; } So you have a valid dictionary in hand.Just do the remaining coding

Categories : Iphone

JQGrid not displaying JSON data when getting JSON data via AJAX
I suggest you to install and use MvcJqGrid nuget package, to have a full featured fluent grid solution with mvc helpers. It represents a repository class to select, filter and sort rows. It also represents a GridSettings type that you can simply use in your controller to put data rows into a json response and send it to the view. Examples are here. Codes for repository class are here. You also can find all other required codes there

Categories : Json

Sending JSON object back to server through YUI IO utility?
You should read the IO User Guide. Making a POST request with JSON data in YUI is as simple as setting the HTTP method to POST, adding the data and setting the Content-Type to application/json. The only caveat is that you need to turn the JSON object into a string first using JSON.stringify(). Y.io('/savedata', { method: 'POST', data: Y.JSON.stringify(jData), headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' }, on: { success: function (id, response) { // do something with the response from the server, for example Y.one('#some-node').set('text', response.responseText); } } }); You can read more about all the configuration options for IO in the "Configuration Object" section of the User Guide. There is an example there of a POST request with JSON data.

Categories : Javascript

Sending javascript array to php via JSON doesn't work
document.getElementsByName("hiddenF") returns an array. So you need to add [0] to access your hidden input. Should be like that: document.getElementsByName("hiddenF")[0].value = JSON.stringify(jArray);

Categories : PHP

Sending a JSON string as a HTTP query parameter?
Instead of using JSON use http_build_query(). It's already URL encoded and it might save you some space if that's the issue. It also handles multidimensional arrays.

Categories : PHP

is sending a password in JSON over HTTPS considered secure?
Generally speaking, yes, this is safe against a passive network eavesdropper, which is the primary threat one is concerned about in this sort of architecture. If you'd prefer not to send the password in the (HTTPS-encrypted) request, you can have the server send a unique challenge string to the client. The client hashes the combination of that string with the password and then sends the hash to the server. This proves to the server that the client has the password without actually sending it. Yahoo's Login form used to work like this, for instance.

Categories : Security



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