Mined Opinions For API: commons-beanutils

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  • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time.. details
  • Thank you works fantastically :).. details
  • Thank you works fantastically :).. details
  • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S.. details
  • I recommend trying URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [Apache-Commons- Beanutils] .. details
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph - be careful of cycles - you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder - it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects.. details
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [ URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ ] ).. details
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph - be careful of cycles - you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder - it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects.. details
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [ URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ ] ).. details
  • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons-lang 2.5> jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0> jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1> jakarta commons- logging 1.1.1> ezmorph 1.0.6.. details
  • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson-JSON-processor] along with Apache's URL_http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-beanutils/ [Commons-Beanutils] .. details
  • More information on project dependencies can be found URL_http://json- lib.sourceforge.net/dependencies.html [here] .. details
  • From URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [json-lib-homepage] : Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1. jakarta commons-lang 2.5 2. jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0 3. jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1 4. jakarta commons-logging 1.1.1 5. ezmorph 1.0.6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods.. details
  • Dependencies: URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/json-lib/files/json-lib/json-lib-2.4/json-lib-2.4-jdk15.jar/download [json-lib-2.4-jdk15.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/lang/download_lang.cgi [commons-lang-2.6.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/logging/download_logging.cgi [commons-logging-1.1.1.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/collections/download_collections.cgi [commons-collections-3.2.1.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/download_beanutils.cgi [commons-beanutils-1.8.0.jar] URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/ezmorph/files/ezmorph/ezmorph-1.0.6/ezmorph-1.0.6.jar/download [ezmorph-1.0.6.jar] .. details
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  • 0. property exist lot create xmlencoder approach javabean side write assume: 7
    • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time.. details
    • Thank you works fantastically :).. details
    • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S.. details
    • I recommend trying Apache-Commons- Beanutils] .. details
    • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ).. details
    • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph - be careful of cycles - you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder - it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects.. details
  • 0. jakarta lang ezmorph collections common logging follow find classpath require: 5
    • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons-lang 2.5> jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0> jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1> jakarta commons- logging 1.1.1> ezmorph 1.0.6.. details
    • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine Jackson-JSON-processor along with Apache's Commons-Beanutils .. details
    • More information on project dependencies can be found lib.sourceforge.net/dependencies.html [here] .. details
    • From json-lib-homepage : Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1. jakarta commons-lang 2.5 2. jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0 3. jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1 4. jakarta commons-logging 1.1.1 5. ezmorph 1.0.6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods.. details
    • Dependencies: json-lib-2.4-jdk15.jar commons-lang-2.6.jar commons-logging-1.1.1.jar commons-collections-3.2.1.jar commons-beanutils-1.8.0.jar ezmorph-1.0.6.jar .. details
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  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • Thank you works fantastically :) .
  • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time .
  • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S .
  • I recommend trying Apache Commons Beanutils .
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • Thank you works fantastically :) .
  • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time .
  • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S .
  • I recommend trying Apache Commons Beanutils .
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • Thank you works fantastically :) .
  • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time .
  • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S .
  • I recommend trying Apache Commons Beanutils .
  • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( ) .
  • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph be careful of cycles you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects .
  • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons lang 2 5> jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0> jakarta commons collections 3 2 1> jakarta commons logging 1 1 1> ezmorph 1 0 6 .
  • From json lib homepage : Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1 jakarta commons lang 2 5 2 jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0 3 jakarta commons collections 3 2 1 4 jakarta commons logging 1 1 1 5 ezmorph 1 0 6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods .
  • More information on project dependencies can be found lib sourceforge net dependencies html here .
  • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine Jackson JSON processor along with Apache's Commons Beanutils .
  • Dependencies: json lib 2 4 jdk15 jar commons lang 2 6 jar commons logging 1 1 1 jar commons collections 3 2 1 jar commons beanutils 1 8 0 jar ezmorph 1 0 6 jar .
  • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons lang 2 5> jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0> jakarta commons collections 3 2 1> jakarta commons logging 1 1 1> ezmorph 1 0 6 .
  • From json lib homepage : Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1 jakarta commons lang 2 5 2 jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0 3 jakarta commons collections 3 2 1 4 jakarta commons logging 1 1 1 5 ezmorph 1 0 6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods .
  • More information on project dependencies can be found lib sourceforge net dependencies html here .
  • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine Jackson JSON processor along with Apache's Commons Beanutils .
  • Dependencies: json lib 2 4 jdk15 jar commons lang 2 6 jar commons logging 1 1 1 jar commons collections 3 2 1 jar commons beanutils 1 8 0 jar ezmorph 1 0 6 jar .
  • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons lang 2 5> jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0> jakarta commons collections 3 2 1> jakarta commons logging 1 1 1> ezmorph 1 0 6 .
  • From json lib homepage : Json lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1 jakarta commons lang 2 5 2 jakarta commons beanutils 1 8 0 3 jakarta commons collections 3 2 1 4 jakarta commons logging 1 1 1 5 ezmorph 1 0 6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods .
  • More information on project dependencies can be found lib sourceforge net dependencies html here .
  • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine Jackson JSON processor along with Apache's Commons Beanutils .
  • Dependencies: json lib 2 4 jdk15 jar commons lang 2 6 jar commons logging 1 1 1 jar commons collections 3 2 1 jar commons beanutils 1 8 0 jar ezmorph 1 0 6 jar .
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  • i do n't know of existing libraries that do everything you need .
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Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you works fantastically :).
  • N/A
Features:
  • N/A
  • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons-lang 2.5> jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0> jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1> jakarta commons- logging 1.1.1> ezmorph 1.0.6.
Usability:
  • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time.
  • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson-JSON-processor] along with Apache's URL_http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-beanutils/ [Commons-Beanutils] .
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Thank you works fantastically :).. details
      • I recommend trying URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [Apache-Commons- Beanutils] .. details
  • Usability: 8
    1. general: 8
      • But a project I'm working on has a really big JSON to manage and its structure changes a lot by time.. details
      • Thank you works fantastically :).. details
      • So you may use it something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • It seems like a lot of libs for just JSON parsing :S.. details
      • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph - be careful of cycles - you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder - it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects.. details
      • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [ URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ ] ).. details
      • Use BeanUtils recursively to walk your entire object graph - be careful of cycles - you'll need a Set or something on the side to keep track of what you've already seen XML: Look at XMLEncoder - it works using JavaBean properties to create XML For reading: One approach might be to use existing libs (for JSON or XML) to create objects then deal with merging the properties between objects.. details
      • I don't know of existing libraries that do everything you need, but, assuming you're going to need to implement something: Writing XML or JSON based on bean properties is pretty simple: Look at using Apache Commons BeanUtils to be able to get all property values ( URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [ URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ ] ).. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • It depends on Apache Commons too, so you got that error:> Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath:> jakarta commons-lang 2.5> jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0> jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1> jakarta commons- logging 1.1.1> ezmorph 1.0.6.. details
      • More information on project dependencies can be found URL_http://json- lib.sourceforge.net/dependencies.html [here] .. details
      • From URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [json-lib-homepage] : Json-lib requires (at least) the following dependencies in your classpath: 1. jakarta commons-lang 2.5 2. jakarta commons-beanutils 1.8.0 3. jakarta commons-collections 3.2.1 4. jakarta commons-logging 1.1.1 5. ezmorph 1.0.6 That your implementation compiles only shows that the compiler can find the right classes and methods.. details
      • Dependencies: URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/json-lib/files/json-lib/json-lib-2.4/json-lib-2.4-jdk15.jar/download [json-lib-2.4-jdk15.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/lang/download_lang.cgi [commons-lang-2.6.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/logging/download_logging.cgi [commons-logging-1.1.1.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/collections/download_collections.cgi [commons-collections-3.2.1.jar] URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/download_beanutils.cgi [commons-beanutils-1.8.0.jar] URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/ezmorph/files/ezmorph/ezmorph-1.0.6/ezmorph-1.0.6.jar/download [ezmorph-1.0.6.jar] .. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • But in case if you get arbitrary JSON objects and you would like process them in the way you described, I would suggest combine URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson-JSON-processor] along with Apache's URL_http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-beanutils/ [Commons-Beanutils] .. details