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Always have error "The ObjectContent 1 type failed to serialize the response body..."
Change IEnumerable<Message> to List<Message> public IEnumerable<Message> GetAllMsg() { return repo.GetAll(); } to public List<Message> GetAllMsg() { return repo.GetAll(); } UPDATE: But beware of getting OutOfMemoryException because this method will store all Message objects in local memory so you have to implement some kind of paging.

Categories : C#

the content type 'application/json; charset=utf-8' was not the expected type 'text/xml; charset=utf-8'
You need to use the WebServiceHostFactory, instead of the regular ServiceHostFactory in your code. That will configure the endpoint with the appropriate binding (webHttpBinding) and behavior (webHttp) to honor the [WebInvoke] attribute. <serviceHostingEnvironment > <serviceActivations> <add factory="System.ServiceModel.Activation.WebServiceHostFactory" relativeAddress="./wsccc1/wscccService.svc" service="service.wservice"/> </serviceActivations> </serviceHostingEnvironment>

Categories : Json

WCF client talking to Java WS, exception: The content type application/xop+xml; type="application/soap+xml" of the response message
Try setting the message encoding in the binding configuration to messageEncoding="Mtom" and basicHTTPBinding instead of wsHTTP one... Hope it helps!

Categories : Wcf

ClientRequest, how to serialize POJO's to json data correctly? could not find writer for content-type application/json type:
Problem solved, unfortunately I haven't included all necessary 3rd party libraries to the projects build path. Finally I added the following jars: jackson-core-asl-1.6.3.jar jackson-jaxrs-1.6.3.jar jackson-mapper-asl-1.6.3.jar jackson-xc-1.6.3.jar resteasy-jackson-provider-2.2.1.GA.jar This example brings the strength of Maven to the front. With Maven there is only one entry necessary to fulfill these dependencies. <dependency> <groupId>org.jboss.resteasy</groupId> <artifactId>resteasy-jackson-provider</artifactId> <version>2.2.1.GA</version> </dependency>

Categories : Java

Spring Android Get Request implementation : Could not extract response: no suitable HttpMessageConverter found for response type and content type
Your server returns an XML content but says it returns HTML content (content type is text/html according to the error message) and thus the parsing failed. You need to make sure your server returns something like text/xml and also that you have the correct converters in you rest template object. Edit: Try to add this message converter. Put it first (before StringHttpMessageConverter and SourceHttpMessageConverter) Jaxb2RootElementHttpMessageConverter jaxbMessageConverter = new Jaxb2RootElementHttpMessageConverter(); List<MediaType> mediaTypes = new ArrayList<MediaType>(); mediaTypes.add(MediaType.TEXT_HTML); jaxbMessageConverter.setSupportedMediaTypes(mediaTypes); messageConverters .add(jaxbMessageConverter);

Categories : Android

Flask - How do I read the raw body in a POST request when the content type is "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
You can get the post data via request.form.keys()[0] if content type is application/x-www-form-urlencoded. request.form is a multidict, whose keys contain the parsed post data.

Categories : Python

Header Content Type Charset UTF-8 with BOM
There's absolutely no need to include a BOM in an HTML file. (If it really includes different encodings, then a UTF-8 BOM would be broken, so it sounds like you're a bit confused.) If you expect the file to be saved to disk and used in places where UTF-8 isn't expected, you could add a meta element to indicate the encoding as well: <meta http-equiv='Content-Type' content='text/html; charset=utf-8'> If in fact you are using a different encoding than UTF-8, then rather than a BOM, just change the value in the meta attribute. If you really must have a BOM in there then you'll need to make sure that it's first thing you output, e.g. echo "xEFxBBxBF"; See How can I output a UTF-8 CSV in PHP that Excel will read properly? for an example where that actually makes sense.

Categories : PHP

C# Http.Response Stream Returns Empty String With application/json Content Type
It is possible that somewhere in the request pipeline Request.InputStream was already read. In this case its position is already at the end, and of course ReadToEnd reads nothing and returns empty string. This is the root of the problem in our case. Resetting the position fixes the problem: [HttpPost] [ValidateInput(false)] public ActionResult StreamDebug2(string someParameter) { string postbody = ""; Request.InputStream.Position = 0; using (StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(Request.InputStream, Encoding.UTF8)) { postbody = reader.ReadToEnd(); } return this.Content(postbody); } Update. After a little bit of digging into sources I also found why the position was shifted. It turns out that Request.InputStream is used in JsonValueProviderFactory in the following manner

Categories : C#

Jersey and @FormParam not working when charset is specified in the Content-Type
I think it's a bug. There's a pull request open to support this use case: https://github.com/jersey/jersey/pull/24/files In the meantime I'd suggest to use a filter to remove the offending encoding. EDIT as per OP comments I'm thinking on something along these lines: @Provider @PreMatching public class ContentTypeFilter implements ContainerRequestFilter{ @Override public void filter(ContainerRequestContext requestContext) throws IOException { MultivaluedMap<String,String> headers=requestContext.getHeaders(); List<String> contentTypes=headers.remove(HttpHeaders.CONTENT_TYPE); if (contentTypes!=null && !contentTypes.isEmpty()){ String contentType= contentTypes.get(0); String sanitizedContentType=c

Categories : Java

How to consume a webservice expecting "application/octet-stream" as Content Type and base64Binary as Type?
It worked by leaving out the type for the dataHandler: DataSource dataSource = new ByteArrayDataSource(myDoc.getDocument(), "application/pdf"); DataHandler dataHandler = new DataHandler(dataSource);

Categories : Web Services

How to create an endpoint that accepts any content type in the request body using ASP.Net Web API
You can bypass formatters entirely by reading the content yourself. Here's an example: public async Task Post() { string content = await Request.Content.ReadAsStringAsync(); // Store away the content } This doesn't require you to use or define any formatters at all.

Categories : Asp Net

Serialize complex type as simple type JSON
import this namespace System.Web.Script.Serialization; string SerializeObject() { var objs = new List<Test>() var objSerialized = new JavaScriptSerializer(); return objSerialized .Serialize(objs); } I use as example a List but you will use your object instead.

Categories : C#

how to add content-type to Twilio response?
The Content-Type text/html bit refers to the 502 bad gateway response, not the actual response coming from your server. Add the "text/xml" content type to your request (I don't recognize the framework you are using) and you should be good to go. To debug your response you can use curl -vvv [URL] until the Content-Type: text/xml part is present.

Categories : Asp Net Web Api

What format and content-type is the body of a paypal rest access token call?
Thanks for bringing up the question. There was a recent change in the /token call and requests for an access token need to have the content-type set as application/x-www-form-urlencoded. This is done by default in cURL calls. Updated docs that include a note about this will be going out very soon.

Categories : Java

Default x-www-form-urlencoded content type for http request body in web services
As per the HTTP spec, you can send any content type you like in an HTTP response as long as you provide the appropriate Content-type header. The main benefit of JSON and XML over a plain query string is that they support hierarchies and complex data structures, e.g.: {"cars":[{"manufacturer":"Ford"}, {"manufacturer":"GM"}]} or <cars> <car> <manufacturer>Ford</manufacturer> </car> <car> <manufacturer>GM</manufacturer> </car> </cars> These kinds of structures are usually very useful for webservices, and can't really be achieved with a plain query string.

Categories : Xml

How to parse HTTP request with a missing content type in Express/ NodeJs, by assuming a default content type?
You have a bunch of options including manually invoking the express (connect, really) middleware functions yourself (really, go read the source code. They are just functions and there is no deep magic to confuse you). So: function defaultContentTypeMiddleware (req, res, next) { req.headers['content-type'] = req.headers['content-type'] || 'application/json'; next(); } app.use(defaultContentTypeMiddleware); app.use(express.bodyParser());

Categories : Javascript

How to determine the Content-Type in an HTTP Response
By default, web server looks into file extension and select what kind of Content Type it should interpret the file as. However, server-side scripting can send custom header ( e.g. header() function of PHP ) to override the settings . For example, a JPEG can be interpreted as PNG if you send Content Type as image/png to web server with the following code: header('Content-Type: image/png'); For non-file requests, the web server looks into custom header directly. Web server maps extension with MIME type. As you tag apache, Apache uses AddType directive to identify file's MIME type, while IIS and other web servers have similar settings .

Categories : Apache

serialize a non-serializable object of type Type?
You may not need to serialize Type - consider if serializing full name of the type (possibly with full name of assembly it coming from to make loading of the type easier) is enough for your case. Definitely if you try to create an object of this type in some remote process just full type name is enough (assuming the other process have access to assembly implementing the type).

Categories : C#

How to deserialize JSON with fixed type header and variant type body in C#?
Is it feasible to solve this problem by using an interface instead of object, and making use of the "specify known types" version of the DataContractJsonSerializer ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb908209.aspx ) ? It would look something like var serializer = new DataContractJsonSerializer(typeof(IMySerializable), new [] { typeof(ConcreteSerializable1), typeof(ConcreteSerializable2) }); Basically, DataContractSerializer needs context on what you expect it might serialize/deserialize, it can't infer types from the content of the JSON. If you don't want to do that you may want to consider a third party library that will give you m

Categories : C#

Dexterity Content Type DateTime Issue & How to modify Content Type Values
not sure about the dateTime issue, but check out indexes, indexing and custom index to figure out setting titles and description. to set your title for instance @indexer(IFormName) def titleIndexer(obj): return obj.valueFromForm grok.global_adapter(titleIndexer, name="Title")

Categories : Misc

Client found response content type of 'multipart/related
I had similar problems with ASP.NET generated code & settings for ChangeService (Rational Synergy) WSDL file. I was also receiving the MIME header along with XML message. Assuming that you are using a service reference, I had to modify the web.config file with the following changes First i had to modify the HttpBinding from basicHttpBinding to webHttpBinding, add behaviors and configure endpoint. In the config below changes are marked in BOLD <bindings> <!-- basicHttpBinding> <binding name="ChangeServiceHttpBinding" messageEncoding="Mtom" /> </basicHttpBinding --> <webHttpBinding> <binding name="ChangeServiceHttpBinding" /> </webHttpBinding> </bindings> <behaviors> <endpointBehaviors> <behavior n

Categories : C#

What does Failed to convert property value of type '$Proxy0 to required type means in this case?
Ok, first thing i see here: WriterSqlParameterSetter is a ItemPreparedStatementSetter! fine! But even if you declare: <beans:property name="amount" value="#{jobParameters[amount]}"/> <beans:property name="id" value="#{jobParameters[id]}"/> I don't see theses properties in : public class WriterSqlParameterSetter implements ItemPreparedStatementSetter<transactionas>{ public void setValues(transactionas ts, PreparedStatement ps) throws SQLException { ps.setDouble(1, ts.GetAmount()); ps.setInt(2, ts.GetID()); } } And even if the properties were declared, the ItemPreparedStatementSetter wont use them since, it takes value from the object received in the writer (eg. transactionas). I am trying to see why you need to pass an amount and

Categories : Spring

What does Failed to convert property value of type '$Proxy0 to required type means?
You don't use the right interface. Your ReaderSqlParameterSetter should implements PreparedStatementSetter not ItemPreparedStatementSetter If you look at the impl of JdbcCursorItemReader: public class JdbcCursorItemReader<T> extends AbstractCursorItemReader<T> { PreparedStatement preparedStatement; PreparedStatementSetter preparedStatementSetter; String sql; RowMapper rowMapper; The property is a PreparedStatementSetter . If you look at the interface you try to use : public interface ItemPreparedStatementSetter<T> { /** * Set parameter values on the given PreparedStatement as determined from * the provided item. * @param ps the PreparedStatement to invoke setter methods on * @throws SQLException if a SQLException is encountered (i.e. there is no * need to

Categories : Spring

Why does JQuery NOT selector failed on Type Submit but works on Type Button
Your code does work, here: http://jsfiddle.net/AstDerek/s5cyk/ What do you expect to happen with the code you are using? Original answer: I don't really understand what your code does, but it seems you are trying to target a button with an :input selector, so your code doesn't work as you expect. Maybe this selector can do the job: $('#myForm :input:not(#btnSubmit), #myForm button:not(#btnSubmit)')

Categories : Javascript

How to fine control how a SOAP response type is converted into a PHP type?
You can transform that result in almost anything in PHP via that classmap feature, but the question is if you should, because the same Soap data structures are usually used for both requests and responses. Reuse them! My general approach is to use the classmap feature to map all those ComplexType structures onto PHP classes. And if that structure does not fit well to the intended use, I have a mapper step that transforms the result in PHP.

Categories : PHP

A missing or empty content type header was found when trying to read a message. The content type header is required
Thanks Vitek Karas MSFT for your suggestion. The issue is sovled by installing the latest version of WCF Data Services 5.6.0. and thanks to Maikel who tried in on our dev and was able to solve the issue.

Categories : Web Services

send Http request with Content Type application Json on C#
Assuming you have a class like this to represent the payload, class Payload { public Dictionary<string, string> data { get; set; } public string consolidationKey { get; set;} public long expiresAfter { get; set; } } you can use HttpClient, like this. string url = "http://api.amazon.com/messaging/registrations/1234/messages"; var client = new HttpClient(); client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Authorization = new AuthenticationHeaderValue( "Bearer", "token"); client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add( new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue("application/json")); client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add("X-Amzn-Type-Version", "com.amazon.device.messaging.ADMMessage@1.0"); client.Default

Categories : C#

Send an html email error content type or mime type
I have tested this example in my web host and it works perfectly : <?php $from = "xxxxx@gmail.com"; $subject = "Confirm Your Email"; $message = "<html><body>"; $message .= " <center> <b>You are reiciving this email because you Signed up at Alphaladys.com</b> <br> <font color="red">Thank You, $name</font><br> <b><a href="alphaladys.com/?71860c77c6745379b0d44304d66b6a13=emailVerify&key=$key">Confirm Your Email</a></b><br> </center> <br><br>© 2013 Copyright | AlphaLadys.Com | All rights reserved. "; $message .= "</body></html>"; $headers = "From: " . $from . " "; $headers .= "Reply-To: ". $from . " "; $headers .= "MIME-Version: 1

Categories : HTML

send post Https request with Content Type application Json on C#
Just looking at this quickly it seems like this line of code is wrong. var result = client.PostAsJsonAsync<Dictionary<string, Object>>(url, data).Result; based on fact that you're saying amazon wants the post json to look like this. {"data":{"message":"value1","title":"value2"},"consolidationKey":"Some Key","expiresAfter":86400} It seems like you should be passing your var content to the post rather than var data. I.e. var result = client.PostAsJsonAsync<Dictionary<string, Object>>(url, content).Result;

Categories : C#

change Content-type to "application/json" POST method, RESTful API
Posting a JSON object is quite easy in Angular. All you need to do is the following: Create a Javascript Object I'll use your exact properties from your code. var postObject = new Object(); postObject.userId = "testAgent2"; postObject.token = "testAgent2"; postObject.terminalInfo = "test2"; postObject.forceLogin = "false"; Post the object to the API To post an object to an API you merely need a simple $http.post function. See below: $http.post("/path/to/api/", postObject).success(function(data){ //Callback function here. //"data" is the response from the server. }); Since JSON is the default method of posting to an API, there's no need to reset that. See this link on $http shortcuts for more information. With regards to your code specifically, try changing your save metho

Categories : Angularjs

Struggled with Content-Type "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" in REST webservices
A copy of the soution (from Sergey) http://cxf.547215.n5.nabble.com/Consume-quot-application-x-www-form-urlencoded-quot-Content-Type-in-REST-Web-Service-cxf-rsServer-td5730399.html#a5730446 Different solutions are : have a Form or MultivaluedMap parameter instead of AmountTransaction and populate AmountTransaction manually have a custom provider (as you suggested) use a cxf extension @FormParam("") with AmountTransaction use JAX-RS 2.0 @BeanParam and have AmountTransaction properties annotated with FormParam

Categories : Rest

Invalid content type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded on request using httparty
That should probably be: data = HTTParty.post(url, :body => request, :headers => {"Content-Type" => "application/xml"}) Don't worry about content-length, that's HTTParty's job.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Convert drupal 7 content type into code automatically. Content type generator code?
maybe this can help you. add hook_install(): please check: http://yaremchuk.ru/blog/how-create-content-type-drupal-7-programmatically

Categories : PHP

drupal 7 content type and pattern content type
Although you described it as a pattern this could be done with a reference. So, a House will have a reference to a House Type Node. Then, the field of the House Type will be rendered within the House node page (choose "Rendered entity" as a display formatter). This way you can add any field latter in the House Pattern node and these will be rendered to your House Nodes automatically. You can use the entity_reference module for this task.

Categories : Forms

How to make Laravel return a View's "Content-Type" header as "application/javascript"?
Laravel lets you modify header information via the Response class, so you have to make use of it. Remove the header line from your view and try it like this in your controller: $contents = View::make('embedded')->with('foo', $foo); $response = Response::make($contents, $statusCode); $response->header('Content-Type', 'application/javascript'); return $response;

Categories : PHP

Target tags in CSS, in Content-type application/xhtml+xml for earliers internet explorer
Well you could transform all elements to plain HTML without namespace doing e.g. <xsl:template match="*"> <xsl:element name="{local-name()}"> <xsl:apply-templates select="@* | node()"/> </xsl:element> </xsl:template> Then you need also need <xsl:template match="@* | comment() | text() | processing-instruction()"> <xsl:copy/> </xsl:template> to ensure other nodes are copied unchanged. So all together you get <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"> <xsl:template match="*"> <xsl:element name="{local-name()}"> <xsl:apply-templates select="@* | node()"/> </xsl:element> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="@* | com

Categories : PHP

Order of request parameters for content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded in Spring MVC
Your message converter does not work with the native request but with a HttpInputMessage parameter. That is a Spring class. The inputMessage.getBody() is were your problem arises. By default, a ServletServerHttpRequest (another Spring class) is used which has something like this in its getBody() method: public InputStream getBody() throws IOException { if (isFormSubmittal(this.servletRequest)) { return getFormBody(this.servletRequest); } else { return this.servletRequest.getInputStream(); } } which delegates to a private implementation like this: private InputStream getFormBody(HttpServletRequest request) throws IOException { ByteArrayOutputStream bos = new ByteArrayOutputStream(); Writer writer = new OutputStreamWriter(bos, FORM_CHARSET);

Categories : Java

jQuery doesn't send post request with content type application/json
Access Control Origin things. Setting of Content-Type header in the JavaScript was not allowed by browser. The solution is to modify the response headers (example in Java): HttpServletResponse hresp = (HttpServletResponse) resp; hresp.addHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Origin", "*"); hresp.addHeader("Access-Control-Allow-Headers", "X-Requested-With,Content-Type"); It is not jquery-specific, but it applies to every AJAX request as well (Dojo or plain javascript).

Categories : Javascript

Rails: Empty params when do ajax post with content-type = application/json
Well, after a long research , I figure it out that inside of my profiles' initialize/mime_types.rb , they added Mime::Type.register "application/json", :mobile Dig into a bit , I can see that Rails uses the mime types to parse the request body , in this case , application/json is overriden , and Rails can't use the Json parse strategy to parse the request body into params hash, that's why it's empty Backbone.emulateJSOn will set another content-type instead of application/json, that's why Rails still can understand this Mime Type, and has correspond parse strategy for it , but since it's not the JSON strategy , so the params is not in JSON format Json parse strategy ( from Rails source ) when :json data = request.deep_munge ActiveSupport::JSON.decode(request.body) request

Categories : Ruby On Rails

LINQ To XML error: type of the expression in the select clause is incorrect. Type inference failed in the call to 'Select'
The problem is with your closing parenthesis - you've got it at the end of the ToList() call, when you meant to put it at the end of the object initializer. Also, you're not actually calling the method - you're just specifying a method group. Finally, you can let type inference work out the type argument for you: List<Data> dogs = (from q in doc.Descendants("dog") where (string)q.Attribute("name") == dogName select new Data { name = q.Attribute("name").Value, breed = q.Element("breed").Value, sex = q.Element("sex").Value }).ToList();

Categories : C#



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