Mined Opinions For API: commons-httpclient

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  • Please accept the answer if it helped you.. details
  • Please advise... details
  • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
  • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
  • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
  • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
  • I will try that!.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • You code is (most likely) fine.. details
  • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.. details
  • Thanks so much!. details
  • Thank you.. details
  • You've got me thinking!.. details
  • You've got me thinking!.. details
  • Good luck.. details
  • Corrected it to catch both.. details
  • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.. details
  • Thank you.. details
  • Thanks so much!. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • I will try that!.. details
  • @JitendraPatidar: these are the kay and values of your header dude.. please accept answers of you find useful... details
  • It worked!. details
  • It worked!. details
  • I am working on an android project and I am getting my android app to post to a PHP REST web service, this web service then returns JSON for the Anroid app to process.. details
  • I know this works normally as I successfully process other JSON returned its just on this part of the app where it is not working.. details
  • Redirect both requests through a local web proxy like Webscarab or Burp Suite and compare them.. details
  • Browser displays the result correct.. details
  • Browser displays the result correct.. details
  • For HttpClient 4 manually setting the cookie looks like this URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4166129/apache-httpclient-4-0-3-how-do-i -set-cookie-with-sessionid-for-post-request.. details
  • So I can do something like method.setRequestHeader("Cookie", "JSESSIONID=F7B89109EABD2FFD58A0096AF2123199"); and it should work?. details
  • depending on what platform you're targeting you can change to HttpURLConnection instead of HttpClient, as I've heard is more efficient, but you have to Google for details on it.. details
  • The main idea on what I suggested is that you completely off-load the UI, so even if it takes the same time, this time will be taken on a background thread and your UI will keep running fast and smooth.. details
  • If you need any additional help, please comment again- I'd be happy to assist.. details
  • Thanks for suggestions, I'll look again as you instructed.. details
  • This is a helpful reference: URL_http://developer.android.com/reference/org/apache/http/client/HttpClient.html .. details
  • [enter image description here]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/NOqfv.jpg ) Here are my codes, you can use the URL or the appache httpclient, they both work fine.. details
  • app.methodname() till it is fine.. details
  • By configuring the HttpClient for UTF encoding the problem disappeared, here is my working code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • With the Apache HttpClient its as simple as this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • With the Apache HttpClient its as simple as this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Here's a screenshot of the JSON I receive from Imgur: !. details
  • Here's a screenshot of the JSON I receive from Imgur: !. details
  • Thanks for the help.. details
  • Thanks in advance for any help!. details
  • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [here] if you are willing to.. details
  • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [here] if you are willing to.. details
  • After a quick comparison, I found: Resting v0.7: resting-0.7-dev-release-android.jar - 1.3MB (all-in-one according tothe doc) Restlet v2.1.2: org.restlet.jar - 728KB (however must 1MB after adding httpclient extention and json extention) Spring for Android** v1.0.1: spring-android-core-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 113KB + spring-android-rest-template-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 186KB + gson-2.2.3.jar 194KB 493KB (without auth support, otherwise spring social will be a dependency) Please correct me if any miss.. details
  • Some services don't support (or are expecting) just one kind of request.. details
  • Pay special attention to JSON nesting and arrays.. details
  • Please check the question I have edited it.. details
  • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.. details
  • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.. details
  • I have also seen this question URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10407547 /error-http-1-1-401-unauthorized-with-basic-authentication-in-android- ews-201?rq=1 & tried it in my code ... with passing username & password , but it still not working.. details
  • Clear all application cached data from Android Settings Apps menu 2.. details
  • Any help highly appreciated.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • It works perfect from the command line, don't where I'm going wrong.. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html ] So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along.. details
  • In HttpClient 3 this looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html ] So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along.. details
  • Eventually, I'd like to use the data I collected from the JSON to do some Selenium testing so do I need to do all this within a Dynamic Web Project (in Eclipse) or can it be all done within a regular Java project?. details
  • "\u00fc" with "" the mapping works perfect.. details
  • The mapping of json strings is only working, if the string does not contain any german umlaut, otherwise i get an "JsonMappingException: Can not deserialize instance of [...] out of START_ARRAY.. details
  • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.. details
  • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.. details
  • That's working well on emulator and on some devices.. details
  • Here how it looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • But you don't need to use that wrapper at all, the HttpClient itself is dead simple to utilize.. details
  • But here I want to send parameters in the form of JSON, like for example I want to send parameters in this form: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Any help will be appreciated.I have tried this code to serialize it, but it does not work.. details
  • That gave me a 200 OK!. details
  • Thanks a lot!. details
  • I have something like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I have something like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Once everything works as expected, reproduce the same call, headers and body in your client and you are ready to go.. details
  • From curl to GraphicalHttpClient ( URL_http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/graphicalhttpclient/id433095876?mt=12 , I personally use that and it works decently).. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
  • Check that the authentication sent by the client pre-emptively is the correct type (basic, digest, NTLM) Let me know if this helps.. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
  • Many libraries support it, including Apache.. details
  • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
  • This is more secure but much more complex.. details
  • Many libraries support it, including Apache.. details
  • This is not generally supported from Java, although HTTPClient does profess to - but using a different Credentials object.. details
  • And is the URL going to the correct resource.. details
  • And is the URL going to the correct resource.. details
  • This is more secure but much more complex.. details
  • URL_http://ogrelab.ikratko.com/using-newer-version-of-httpclient-like-4-1-x/ [ URL_http://ogrelab.ikratko.com/using-newer-version-of-httpclient-like-4-1-x/ ] URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3577035/apache-httpclient-4-1-on- android [Apache-HttpClient-4.1-on-Android] URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2618573/what-version-of-apache-http- client-is-bundled-in-android-1-6 [What-version-of-Apache-HTTP-Client-is- bundled-in-Android-1.6?]. details
  • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#Preemptive_Authentication [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html Preemptive_Authentication] So the version issue.. details
  • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#Preemptive_Authentication [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html Preemptive_Authentication] So the version issue.. details
  • I have not tried it but I am working on it.. details
  • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap-from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website.. details
  • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2.3.4 -> Samsung Galaxy S Plus - Samsung GT-I9001 here is my code for java android.. details
  • Here is my PhoneGap Ajax request it works perfectly.. details
  • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3.x , that I have found out from this link.. details
  • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient.. details
  • URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ ] The other solution could be using HttpURLConnection .I am also working on it.. details
  • And ofcourse it is also working with me throughout my application including login,registration,reading from server and session and other functionality.Just it is not working with directly post some article to my server-Drupal website.It works perfectly with POST request during registration of user on server.. details
  • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient.. details
  • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3.x , that I have found out from this link.. details
  • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap-from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website.. details
  • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2.3.4 -> Samsung Galaxy S Plus - Samsung GT-I9001 here is my code for java android.. details
  • URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ ] The other solution could be using HttpURLConnection .I am also working on it.. details
  • I have not tried it but I am working on it.. details
  • So friends , any suggestions regarding this ?. details
  • The reason for HttpClient 3.x end of life was simple: no one, just no one, was willing to maintain it.. details
  • Thanks,Aditya .. details
  • Thanks,Aditya .. details
  • I was thinking more in terms of a threadpool where x urls could be given to a fixed pool of say 10 threads.. details
  • I was thinking more in terms of a threadpool where x urls could be given to a fixed pool of say 10 threads.. details
  • I saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each URL.. details
  • I saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each URL.. details
  • I'm pretty sure it can build up instances of arbitrary classes from JSON.. details
  • I'm pretty sure it can build up instances of arbitrary classes from JSON.. details
  • You could get the first latitude value like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • You could get the first latitude value like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Good luck!. details
  • The client also supports the other HTTP verbs ( CODETERM1 , CODETERM2 , CODETERM3 ...).. details
  • Good luck!. details
  • You may want to update your question to clear that up.. details
  • You may want to update your question to clear that up.. details
  • The client also supports the other HTTP verbs ( CODETERM1 , CODETERM2 , CODETERM3 ...).. details
  • The HttpClient and related classes are written to work on a JVM with full support for opening sockets, something that isn't allowed in a web browser, so these classes cannot be used.. details
  • How can I accomplish this ?. details
  • The default redirect strategy used by HttpClient 4.x honors restrictions on automatic redirection of entity enclosing methods such as POST and PUT imposed by the HTTP specification.. details
  • ...but this wasn't pure enough or something and they changed it in 4.x.. details
  • This looks quite like what I would need to write.. details
  • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ but it seems to be down?. details
  • Super.. details
  • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ but it seems to be down?. details
  • Super.. details
  • This looks quite like what I would need to write.. details
  • Since Android compiles HttpClient 4.0.x instead of 3.x, below snippet is for your reference.. details
  • If someone can help me out with this it would be really cool :) Basically I'm looking for a way to connect to a mySql server using CODETERM2 , php files (req results encoded in Json), and a Json parser (just like in Android) for a JAVA application purpose.. details
  • Update with solution _(that work at least for me in this particular case)_:** I removed all method calls that set the Content-Type and now it works.. details
  • Where I feel this differs from other posts is that I want the parse method to be able to create a key value map for any JSON string I send it.. details
  • I am then turning that into a string which looks like this.. details
  • CODETERM1 I want to be able to send this string to my CODETERM2 method and it return a key value map.. details
  • This works great.. details
  • This works great.. details
  • Any help or pointers to where I can find a solution, are very welcome at this point (after spending a few hours realizing no post data was ever sent).. details
  • Using a GET request works fine, but for some reason using POST all data seems to get stripped and the server does not receive anything.. details
  • The real server is running Wicket on Tomcat, but I've also tested it out on a simple PHP page, with no difference.. details
  • mezmo: thanks for the tip, but I'm looking for something more complete.. details
  • mezmo: thanks for the tip, but I'm looking for something more complete.. details
  • To the downvoter, feel free to explain why HTTPClient is insufficient to interact with a RESTful system who's core constraint is conforming to the "Uniform Interface" which in this case is defined by RFC2616.. details
  • Then the HttpClient library suits you best.. details
  • thank you for advice;).. details
  • @Sheehan Alam: Considering that I have dozens of students and more dozens of subscribers every month trying the sample I linked to above, I feel rather confident that it works.. details
  • FYI, your link is for HttpClient 3.x, and Android has HttpClient 4.x built in.. details
  • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [Apache- HttpClient-4.0] is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn.. details
  • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [Apache- HttpClient-4.0] is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn.. details
  • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [Apache-HttpClient] ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes [CODETERM1] ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service.. details
  • I've used these two libraries on many projects and they have been robust and simple to use.. details
  • I've used these two libraries on many projects and they have been robust and simple to use.. details
  • Maybe the documentation of HttpClient can help: URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html [link] .. details
  • Maybe the documentation of HttpClient can help: URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html [link] .. details
  • If the former, use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [CODETERM1] .. details
  • If the former, use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [CODETERM1] .. details
  • I've verified that this works for the url you are trying to grab.. details
  • So you either need to use a smarter client like Apache's HttpClient as stevedbrown suggests (although you need URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ht tpcomponents/httpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http /examples/client/ClientGZipContentCompression.java [a-tweak-to-get-it-to- speak-Gzip-automatically] ), or explicitly decompress the stream you got in your example code.. details
  • In this case, see URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpcomponents/httpclien t/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/client/Clien tGZipContentCompression.java [ URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpcomponents/h ttpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/clie nt/ClientGZipContentCompression.java] , which shows how to deal with Gzip content.. details
  • Use the URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [Apache-Http-Client] instead, it's going to take care of character conversions properly.. details
  • If you are using something like URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [Apache-httpclient] then you can do this really easily.. details
  • And as someone else suggested, for doing the actual HTTP requests, the URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [Apache-HTTP-Client] project is a solid choice.. details
  • And as someone else suggested, for doing the actual HTTP requests, the URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [Apache-HTTP-Client] project is a solid choice.. details
  • Have a look at URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [HttpClient] .. details
  • Have a look at URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [HttpClient] .. details
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
  • I have tried to catch this exception but it does not work.. details
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19626609/mocking-httpclient-execute-issues - mockito.. details
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
  • @IanRoberts, I must be more attentive, I made a mistake in URL -> streamS instead of stream :).. details
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
  • But as I mentioned above in my question, I return a mockHttpResponse when HttpResponse response defaultHttpClient.execute(postRequest) is called.. details
  • Not sure what needs to be done here but I'm trying to avoid making an actual HttpClient call as I have the final processed(Parsed) version of the response from this call, which is a JSON object that I have stubbed.. details
  • I have tried to catch this exception but it does not work.. details
  • @IanRoberts, I must be more attentive, I made a mistake in URL -> streamS instead of stream :).. details
  • Sorry, would help if I included that, it doesn't seem to provide that much help though.. details
  • It throwing the exception on the CODETERM1 .. details
  • Error converting HttpClient response to JsonObject.. details
  • Below is the exception12-16 00:33:41.110: E/PostToApi(8513): org.json.JSONException: Value [{"3":"6.0.1.8","id":"1","2":"1","1":"1","0":"1" ,"PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.8","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.1.9","id":"2 ","2":"1","1":"1","0":"2","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.9","SoftwareID":"1 "},{"3":"6.0.2.0","id":"3","2":"1","1":"1","0":"3","PlatformID":"1","Version": "6.0.2.0","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.2.1","id":"4","2":"1","1":"1","0":"4","P latformID":"1","Version":"6.0.2.1","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.1.0.0","id":"5"," 2":"1","1":"1","0":"5","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.1.0.0","SoftwareID":"1"}] of type org.json.JSONArray cannot be converted to JSONObject I can't see anything wrong with this so any help would be appreciated.. details
  • Here client.execute(postMethod) means it will call execute method in HTTPClient class.. Can you post the code of HTTPClient class.... details
  • I haven't looked at the link yet, but I would be wary of an article that uses PascalCase for methods when Java developers universally use camelCase.. details
  • I haven't looked at the link yet, but I would be wary of an article that uses PascalCase for methods when Java developers universally use camelCase.. details
  • The HttpClient class throws a ConnectTimeoutException Exception, so you should listen for it: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The HttpClient class throws a ConnectTimeoutException Exception, so you should listen for it: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • But i am not able to access the the methods if those are accessing JSONArray array new JSONArray(); (All jar's are signed-in)I am facing the problem while accessing json jars (json-lib-2.3-jdk15.jar ) or org.apache.commons.httpclient.jar from the broser html button).. details
  • The other, which I think is better, is to use the setContentType method of StringEntity documented URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core-ga/httpco re/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/AbstractHttpEntity.html#setContentType%28jav a.lang.String%29 [here] CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • [Imgur Screenshot]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/738jW.png ) I looked up error Status 401 on api.imgur.com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now).. details
  • [Imgur Screenshot]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/738jW.png ) I looked up error Status 401 on api.imgur.com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now).. details
  • What's causing the problem?. details
  • What's causing the problem?. details
  • I'm having trouble with CODETERM1 transfer in Android.. details
  • I receive the following error in CODETERM2 .. details
  • Error with JSON data Android Illegal Argument HttpClient.. details
  • See: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7181534/http-post-using-json-in- java [HTTP-POST-using-JSON-in-Java] Also you will have to download multiple libraries including: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ ] URL_http://hc.apache.org/downloads.cgi [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/downloads.cgi ] .. details
  • Send the following header on web service scripts BEFORE any output: CODETERM1 -- no caching header CODETERM2 -- expires in date in the past in my case it was written in PHP code like the following: <?php header("Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate"); // HTTP/1.1 header("Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT"); // Date in the past ?> .. details
  • I had solved my problem by 2 step: 1.. details
  • Therefore, your HTTP invocation using HTTPClient is sending unexpected data.The errors indicate that the HTTP wrapper is what's at issue.. details
  • Therefore, your HTTP invocation using HTTPClient is sending unexpected data.The errors indicate that the HTTP wrapper is what's at issue.. details
  • This is the code that's giving me a BAD REQUEST ERROR (400) from SERVER.. details
  • This is the code that's giving me a BAD REQUEST ERROR (400) from SERVER.. details
  • Attempt 1 Results I end up printing out the HTML code for the log-in page and then get the following error message since there is no JSON on the page: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Attempt 1 Results I end up printing out the HTML code for the log-in page and then get the following error message since there is no JSON on the page: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • How can i get a utf-8 encoded json response from Apache http client?Or is the server output the problem?. details
  • I'm having a problem regarding a json string, i acquire with the Apache http client, containing german umlauts.. details
  • JSON Jackson + HTTPClient with german umlauts.. details
  • You may find that, just before you are making this call, you are already at the upper limit of memory; the initialisation of the HTTPClient and the call might take you just over the limit.. details
  • If this happens only sporadically, or after a number of calls, you might have a memory leak.. details
  • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
  • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.. details
  • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
  • How many times has this line of code been the culprit of this problem?. details
  • Most likely one of the following is true: 1) More than 200 bytes is being allocated in the failure case (for example, is a new HttpClient being allocated for every call).. details
  • How many times has this line of code been the culprit of this problem?. details
  • Try to determine how close to the memory limit the application is.. details
  • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
  • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.. details
  • HttpClient.execute throwing OutOfMemoryError.. details
  • What's wrong?. details
  • But, sometimes I'm getting OutOfMemoryError while executing on CODETERM6 (also known as XPERIA).. details
  • There are many libraries that encapsulate this functionality which _should_ make your code a lot less complex since you are relying on a (hopefully well-tested) library.. details
  • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client- ga/httpclient/apidocs/org/apache/http/client/methods/HttpGet.html [HTTPGet] instead.. details
  • Everyone and their dog supports this, but it's very insecure.. details
  • One example of what could go wrong: Are you using IP addresses in the URL against a multi-homed web server, so the request goes to the wrong server?. details
  • Note that MD5 is generally considered weak now.. details
  • See URL_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication [ URL_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication ] for more details Digest (username and challenge/response hash with MD5.. details
  • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
  • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
  • 1st thing that I found it that Android-Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code.. details
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved.. details
  • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
  • 1st thing that I found it that Android-Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code.. details
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved.. details
  • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
  • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
  • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
  • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
  • URL_http://dlinsin.blogspot.in/2009/08/http-basic-authentication-with- android.html [ URL_http://dlinsin.blogspot.in/2009/08/http-basic-authentication - with-android.html] I have also found some links with potential solution of this problem.. details
  • As to your commend about API changes, HttpClient 3.x was an utter mess where 95% of protocol handling logic was crammed into one class making it a nightmare to maintain.. details
  • oh...my bad...its on the HttpMethod (httppost in your case).. details
  • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.. details
  • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.. details
  • I just pulled the constructor from [the latest javadoc]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core - ga/httpcore/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/StringEntity.html).. details
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not.. details
  • But back on topic, you do not need to use a complicated REST client API for this, just access the content with HttpClient and process it with a JSON library.. details
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not.. details
  • HttpClient 4.2 can be configured to use CODETERM4 that handles all types of redirects automatically regardless of the restrictions imposed by the specification.. details
  • With earlier versions one can implement a custom redirect strategy as described here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
  • At the same time I have to say that CODETERM5 header looks somewhat suspicious and even automatic redirect to that location may not necessarily produce the desired effect.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
  • I haven't tried it since, so am reluctant to post code.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
  • What would be wrong?. details
  • The problem is, I started coding JAVA with Android so I don't really know if I can do the same way in a "classic" JAVA application.. details
  • Create a StringEntity that you will pass JSON to it 4.. details
  • Create a StringEntity that you will pass JSON to it 4.. details
  • Now here is where I am running into trouble.I am receiving an HttpEntity from the server.. details
  • I wasn't the down voter, but I would imagine it could be because HttpClient only solves part of the problem, then you've got all that XML handling to do.. details
  • but it maybe rather heavy for your requirements so a highly recommend the use of HttpClient library.I'm sure you could find many JSON libraries for java but here is one for you URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [json-lib] .. details
  • Use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [HttpClient] to grab the contents of the URL.. details
  • Use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [HttpClient] to grab the contents of the URL.. details
  • This doesn't handle the problem of ungzipping the content that api.stackoverflow.com returns.. details
  • This doesn't handle the problem of ungzipping the content that api.stackoverflow.com returns.. details
Summaries the opinions about commons-httpclient using topic modeling.
  • 0. request write drupal generate response time simple phonegap send return: 8
    • [With Apache HttpClient]( - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
    • The main idea on what I suggested is that you completely off-load the UI, so even if it takes the same time, this time will be taken on a background thread and your UI will keep running fast and smooth.. details
    • If you need any additional help, please comment again- I'd be happy to assist.. details
    • Once everything works as expected, reproduce the same call, headers and body in your client and you are ready to go.. details
    • Here is my PhoneGap Ajax request it works perfectly.. details
    • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap-from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website.. details
    • {"Make":"Ford","Year": 1975, "Model":"Mustang"} I want to be able to send this string to my parseJSON(String jString) method and it return a key value map.. details
    • Using a GET request works fine, but for some reason using POST all data seems to get stripped and the server does not receive anything.. details
  • 1. request post authentication cookie service http platform digest send process: 12
    • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.. details
    • I am working on an android project and I am getting my android app to post to a PHP REST web service, this web service then returns JSON for the Anroid app to process.. details
    • Redirect both requests through a local web proxy like Webscarab or Burp Suite and compare them.. details
    • For HttpClient 4 manually setting the cookie looks like this -set-cookie-with-sessionid-for-post-request.. details
    • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.. details
    • Any help will be appreciated.I have tried this code to serialize it, but it does not work.. details
    • Check that the authentication sent by the client pre-emptively is the correct type (basic, digest, NTLM) Let me know if this helps.. details
    • Thanks,Aditya .. details
    • I'm pretty sure it can build up instances of arbitrary classes from JSON.. details
    • Any help or pointers to where I can find a solution, are very welcome at this point (after spending a few hours realizing no post data was ever sent).. details
    • If you are using something like Apache-httpclient then you can do this really easily.. details
    • And as someone else suggested, for doing the actual HTTP requests, the Apache-HTTP-Client project is a solid choice.. details
  • 2. regular selenium collect testing eclipse setting nesting eventually menu special: 4
    • Please accept the answer if it helped you.. details
    • Pay special attention to JSON nesting and arrays.. details
    • Clear all application cached data from Android Settings Apps menu 2.. details
    • Eventually, I'd like to use the data I collected from the JSON to do some Selenium testing so do I need to do all this within a Dynamic Web Project (in Eclipse) or can it be all done within a regular Java project?. details
  • 3. simple http src branch case feel send post content clientgzipcontentcompression: 11
    • I know this works normally as I successfully process other JSON returned its just on this part of the app where it is not working.. details
    • Thanks for suggestions, I'll look again as you instructed.. details
    • With the Apache HttpClient its as simple as this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Any help highly appreciated.. details
    • But you don't need to use that wrapper at all, the HttpClient itself is dead simple to utilize.. details
    • Where I feel this differs from other posts is that I want the parse method to be able to create a key value map for any JSON string I send it.. details
    • The real server is running Wicket on Tomcat, but I've also tested it out on a simple PHP page, with no difference.. details
    • To the downvoter, feel free to explain why HTTPClient is insufficient to interact with a RESTful system who's core constraint is conforming to the "Uniform Interface" which in this case is defined by RFC2616.. details
    • I've used these two libraries on many projects and they have been robust and simple to use.. details
    • Maybe the documentation of HttpClient can help: link .. details
    • In this case, see t/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/client/Clien tGZipContentCompression.java [ ttpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/clie nt/ClientGZipContentCompression.java] , which shows how to deal with Gzip content.. details
  • 4. post registration send parameter directly form update include request login: 14
    • By configuring the HttpClient for UTF encoding the problem disappeared, here is my working code: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it here if you are willing to.. details
    • The mapping of json strings is only working, if the string does not contain any german umlaut, otherwise i get an "JsonMappingException: Can not deserialize instance of [...] out of START_ARRAY.. details
    • But here I want to send parameters in the form of JSON, like for example I want to send parameters in this form: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks a lot!. details
    • From curl to GraphicalHttpClient ( , I personally use that and it works decently).. details
    • Many libraries support it, including Apache.. details
    • So friends , any suggestions regarding this ?. details
    • And ofcourse it is also working with me throughout my application including login,registration,reading from server and session and other functionality.Just it is not working with directly post some article to my server-Drupal website.It works perfectly with POST request during registration of user on server.. details
    • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient.. details
    • You may want to update your question to clear that up.. details
    • Update with solution _(that work at least for me in this particular case)_:** I removed all method calls that set the Content-Type and now it works.. details
    • Then the HttpClient library suits you best.. details
    • I've verified that this works for the url you are trying to grab.. details
  • 5. samsung httpurlconnection write phonegap i9001 galaxy android2 webservice full open: 6
    • Please advise... details
    • app.methodname() till it is fine.. details
    • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.. details
    • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2.3.4 -> Samsung Galaxy S Plus - Samsung GT-I9001 here is my code for java android.. details
    • The other solution could be using HttpURLConnection .I am also working on it.. details
    • The HttpClient and related classes are written to work on a JVM with full support for opening sockets, something that isn't allowed in a web browser, so these classes cannot be used.. details
  • 6. service request http expect kind write simple authentication return send: 41
    • Good luck.. details
    • It worked!. details
    • You've got me thinking!.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • Corrected it to catch both.. details
    • @JitendraPatidar: these are the kay and values of your header dude.. please accept answers of you find useful... details
    • You code is (most likely) fine.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • Thank you.. details
    • Thanks so much!. details
    • I will try that!.. details
    • depending on what platform you're targeting you can change to HttpURLConnection instead of HttpClient, as I've heard is more efficient, but you have to Google for details on it.. details
    • This is a helpful reference: .. details
    • Thanks for the help.. details
    • Thanks in advance for any help!. details
    • Some services don't support (or are expecting) just one kind of request.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • It works perfect from the command line, don't where I'm going wrong.. details
    • See So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along.. details
    • In HttpClient 3 this looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Here how it looks like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • That gave me a 200 OK!. details
    • This is more secure but much more complex.. details
    • See NTLM (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
    • I have not tried it but I am working on it.. details
    • The client also supports the other HTTP verbs ( POST , PUT , DELETE ...).. details
    • Good luck!. details
    • How can I accomplish this ?. details
    • ...but this wasn't pure enough or something and they changed it in 4.x.. details
    • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ but it seems to be down?. details
    • Super.. details
    • This looks quite like what I would need to write.. details
    • Since Android compiles HttpClient 4.0.x instead of 3.x, below snippet is for your reference.. details
    • I am then turning that into a string which looks like this.. details
    • This works great.. details
    • mezmo: thanks for the tip, but I'm looking for something more complete.. details
    • thank you for advice;).. details
    • FYI, your link is for HttpClient 3.x, and Android has HttpClient 4.x built in.. details
    • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used Apache-HttpClient ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see mapper.readValue() ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service.. details
    • If the former, use HTTPClient .. details
    • Have a look at HttpClient .. details
  • 7. http dozen bundled simple post redirect sheehan month student enclose: 9
    • Browser displays the result correct.. details
    • So I can do something like method.setRequestHeader("Cookie", "JSESSIONID=F7B89109EABD2FFD58A0096AF2123199"); and it should work?. details
    • That's working well on emulator and on some devices.. details
    • android [Apache-HttpClient-4.1-on-Android] client-is-bundled-in-android-1-6 [What-version-of-Apache-HTTP-Client-is- bundled-in-Android-1.6?]. details
    • The reason for HttpClient 3.x end of life was simple: no one, just no one, was willing to maintain it.. details
    • You could get the first latitude value like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The default redirect strategy used by HttpClient 4.x honors restrictions on automatic redirection of entity enclosing methods such as POST and PUT imposed by the HTTP specification.. details
    • @Sheehan Alam: Considering that I have dozens of students and more dozens of subscribers every month trying the sample I linked to above, I feel rather confident that it works.. details
    • Use the Apache-Http-Client instead, it's going to take care of character conversions properly.. details
  • 8. spring release rest extention restlet find authentication add social doc: 8
    • Here's a screenshot of the JSON I receive from Imgur: !. details
    • After a quick comparison, I found: Resting v0.7: resting-0.7-dev-release-android.jar - 1.3MB (all-in-one according tothe doc) Restlet v2.1.2: org.restlet.jar - 728KB (however must 1MB after adding httpclient extention and json extention) Spring for Android** v1.0.1: spring-android-core-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 113KB + spring-android-rest-template-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 186KB + gson-2.2.3.jar 194KB 493KB (without auth support, otherwise spring social will be a dependency) Please correct me if any miss.. details
    • Please check the question I have edited it.. details
    • I have something like the following: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This is not generally supported from Java, although HTTPClient does profess to - but using a different Credentials object.. details
    • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3.x , that I have found out from this link.. details
    • Preemptive_Authentication So the version issue.. details
    • Apache- HttpClient-4.0] is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn.. details
  • 9. url http thread authentication request question stevedbrown clientgzipcontentcompression gzip src: 8
    • [enter image description here]( ) Here are my codes, you can use the URL or the appache httpclient, they both work fine.. details
    • I have also seen this question /error-http-1-1-401-unauthorized-with-basic-authentication-in-android- ews-201?rq=1 & tried it in my code ... with passing username & password , but it still not working.. details
    • "\u00fc" with "" the mapping works perfect.. details
    • And is the URL going to the correct resource.. details
    • I was thinking more in terms of a threadpool where x urls could be given to a fixed pool of say 10 threads.. details
    • I saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each URL.. details
    • If someone can help me out with this it would be really cool :) Basically I'm looking for a way to connect to a mySql server using HttpClient , php files (req results encoded in Json), and a Json parser (just like in Android) for a JAVA application purpose.. details
    • So you either need to use a smarter client like Apache's HttpClient as stevedbrown suggests (although you need tpcomponents/httpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http /examples/client/ClientGZipContentCompression.java [a-tweak-to-get-it-to- speak-Gzip-automatically] ), or explicitly decompress the stream you got in your example code.. details
  • 0. call execute response solve return defaulthttpclient question postrequest mention processed: 6
    • But as I mentioned above in my question, I return a mockHttpResponse when HttpResponse response defaultHttpClient.execute(postRequest) is called.. details
    • Not sure what needs to be done here but I'm trying to avoid making an actual HttpClient call as I have the final processed(Parsed) version of the response from this call, which is a JSON object that I have stubbed.. details
    • Here client.execute(postMethod) means it will call execute method in HTTPClient class.. Can you post the code of HTTPClient class.... details
    • I had solved my problem by 2 step: 1.. details
    • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved.. details
    • Now here is where I am running into trouble.I am receiving an HttpEntity from the server.. details
  • 1. html find potential solution highly heavy requirement exception throw header: 3
    • It throwing the exception on the [ .. details
    • android.html [ - with-android.html] I have also found some links with potential solution of this problem.. details
    • but it maybe rather heavy for your requirements so a highly recommend the use of HttpClient library.I'm sure you could find many JSON libraries for java but here is one for you json-lib .. details
  • 2. cache header http setcontenttype service follow control gmt revalidate expires: 6
    • The other, which I think is better, is to use the setContentType method of StringEntity documented re/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/AbstractHttpEntity.html#setContentType%28jav a.lang.String%29 [here] CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Send the following header on web service scripts BEFORE any output: Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate -- no caching header Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT -- expires in date in the past in my case it was written in PHP code like the following: <?php header("Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate"); // HTTP/1.1 header("Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT"); // Date in the past ?> .. details
    • I'm having a problem regarding a json string, i acquire with the Apache http client, containing german umlauts.. details
    • There are many libraries that encapsulate this functionality which _should_ make your code a lot less complex since you are relying on a (hopefully well-tested) library.. details
    • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not.. details
    • This doesn't handle the problem of ungzipping the content that api.stackoverflow.com returns.. details
  • 3. call allocate find case stream response http follow true outofmemoryerror: 7
    • How can i get a utf-8 encoded json response from Apache http client?Or is the server output the problem?. details
    • You may find that, just before you are making this call, you are already at the upper limit of memory; the initialisation of the HTTPClient and the call might take you just over the limit.. details
    • Most likely one of the following is true: 1) More than 200 bytes is being allocated in the failure case (for example, is a new HttpClient being allocated for every call).. details
    • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.. details
    • But, sometimes I'm getting OutOfMemoryError while executing on x10i (also known as XPERIA).. details
    • 1st thing that I found it that Android-Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code.. details
    • oh...my bad...its on the HttpMethod (httppost in your case).. details
  • 4. request softwareid platformid httpget jsonobject http html entity apidocs service: 6
    • Below is the exception12-16 00:33:41.110: E/PostToApi(8513): org.json.JSONException: Value [{"3":"6.0.1.8","id":"1","2":"1","1":"1","0":"1" ,"PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.8","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.1.9","id":"2 ","2":"1","1":"1","0":"2","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.9","SoftwareID":"1 "},{"3":"6.0.2.0","id":"3","2":"1","1":"1","0":"3","PlatformID":"1","Version": "6.0.2.0","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.2.1","id":"4","2":"1","1":"1","0":"4","P latformID":"1","Version":"6.0.2.1","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.1.0.0","id":"5"," 2":"1","1":"1","0":"5","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.1.0.0","SoftwareID":"1"}] of type org.json.JSONArray cannot be converted to JSONObject I can't see anything wrong with this so any help would be appreciated.. details
    • Error converting HttpClient response to JsonObject.. details
    • This is the code that's giving me a BAD REQUEST ERROR (400) from SERVER.. details
    • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using ga/httpclient/apidocs/org/apache/http/client/methods/HttpGet.html [HTTPGet] instead.. details
    • One example of what could go wrong: Are you using IP addresses in the URL against a multi-homed web server, so the request goes to the wrong server?. details
    • Create a StringEntity that you will pass JSON to it 4.. details
  • 5. redirect time find edit execute automatically throw redirects laxredirectstrategy stuff: 5
    • I'm having trouble with encode transfer in Android.. details
    • HttpClient.execute throwing OutOfMemoryError.. details
    • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
    • HttpClient 4.2 can be configured to use LaxRedirectStrategy that handles all types of redirects automatically regardless of the restrictions imposed by the specification.. details
    • The problem is, I started coding JAVA with Android so I don't really know if I can do the same way in a "classic" JAVA application.. details
  • 6. imgur oauth content haven response html screenshot status authenticate state: 8
    • I have tried to catch this exception but it does not work.. details
    • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
    • I haven't looked at the link yet, but I would be wary of an article that uses PascalCase for methods when Java developers universally use camelCase.. details
    • [Imgur Screenshot]( ) I looked up error Status 401 on api.imgur.com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now).. details
    • Note that MD5 is generally considered weak now.. details
    • But back on topic, you do not need to use a complicated REST client API for this, just access the content with HttpClient and process it with a JSON library.. details
    • I haven't tried it since, so am reluctant to post code.. details
    • I wasn't the down voter, but I would imagine it could be because HttpClient only solves part of the problem, then you've got all that XML handling to do.. details
  • 7. http defaulthttpclient httppost authentication follow include html post challenge unauthorized: 14
    • Sorry, would help if I included that, it doesn't seem to provide that much help though.. details
    • What's causing the problem?. details
    • Error with JSON data Android Illegal Argument HttpClient.. details
    • I receive the following error in NetworkOnMainThreadException .. details
    • See: java [HTTP-POST-using-JSON-in-Java] Also you will have to download multiple libraries including: .. details
    • Therefore, your HTTP invocation using HTTPClient is sending unexpected data.The errors indicate that the HTTP wrapper is what's at issue.. details
    • Attempt 1 Results I end up printing out the HTML code for the log-in page and then get the following error message since there is no JSON on the page: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • JSON Jackson + HTTPClient with german umlauts.. details
    • If this happens only sporadically, or after a number of calls, you might have a memory leak.. details
    • What's wrong?. details
    • Everyone and their dog supports this, but it's very insecure.. details
    • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
    • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.. details
    • What would be wrong?. details
  • 8. url http html apidocs late stringentity throw entity javadoc constructor: 6
    • - mockito.. details
    • @IanRoberts, I must be more attentive, I made a mistake in URL -> streamS instead of stream :).. details
    • The HttpClient class throws a ConnectTimeoutException Exception, so you should listen for it: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • As to your commend about API changes, HttpClient 3.x was an utter mess where 95% of protocol handling logic was crammed into one class making it a nightmare to maintain.. details
    • I just pulled the constructor from [the latest javadoc]( - ga/httpcore/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/StringEntity.html).. details
    • Use HttpClient to grab the contents of the URL.. details
  • 9. redirect location jsonarray time response html broser signed md5 button: 8
    • But i am not able to access the the methods if those are accessing JSONArray array new JSONArray(); (All jar's are signed-in)I am facing the problem while accessing json jars (json-lib-2.3-jdk15.jar ) or org.apache.commons.httpclient.jar from the broser html button).. details
    • How many times has this line of code been the culprit of this problem?. details
    • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
    • Try to determine how close to the memory limit the application is.. details
    • See for more details Digest (username and challenge/response hash with MD5.. details
    • At the same time I have to say that 'Location: /' header looks somewhat suspicious and even automatic redirect to that location may not necessarily produce the desired effect.. details
    • With earlier versions one can implement a custom redirect strategy as described here: redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
    • redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
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  • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it here if you are willing to .
  • If someone can help me out with this it would be really cool :) Basically I'm looking for a way to connect to a mySql server using HttpClient , php files (req results encoded in Json), and a Json parser (just like in Android) for a JAVA application purpose .
  • So you either need to use a smarter client like Apache's HttpClient as stevedbrown suggests (although you need tpcomponents httpclient branches 4 0 x httpclient src examples org apache http examples client ClientGZipContentCompression java a tweak to get it to speak Gzip automatically ), or explicitly decompress the stream you got in your example code .
  • Where I feel this differs from other posts is that I want the parse method to be able to create a key value map for any JSON string I send it .
  • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3 x , that I have found out from this link .
  • android Apache HttpClient 4 1 on Android client is bundled in android 1 6 What version of Apache HTTP Client is bundled in Android 1 6?.
  • I have not tried it but I am working on it .
  • If you are using something like Apache httpclient then you can do this really easily .
  • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used Apache HttpClient ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see mapper.readValue() ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service .
  • I have not tried it but I am working on it .
  • Apache HttpClient 4 0 is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn .
  • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc apache org httpclient 3 x but it seems to be down?.
  • See So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along .
  • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient .
  • See NTLM (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs .
  • See So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along .
  • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used Apache HttpClient ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see mapper.readValue() ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service .
  • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient .
  • See NTLM (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs .
  • Apache HttpClient 4 0 is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn .
  • After a quick comparison, I found: Resting v0 7: resting 0 7 dev release android jar 1 3MB (all in one according tothe doc) Restlet v2 1 2: org restlet jar 728KB (however must 1MB after adding httpclient extention and json extention) Spring for Android** v1 0 1: spring android core 1 0 1 RELEASE jar 113KB spring android rest template 1 0 1 RELEASE jar 186KB gson 2 2 3 jar 194KB 493KB (without auth support, otherwise spring social will be a dependency) Please correct me if any miss .
  • Eventually, I'd like to use the data I collected from the JSON to do some Selenium testing so do I need to do all this within a Dynamic Web Project (in Eclipse) or can it be all done within a regular Java project?.
  • So you either need to use a smarter client like Apache's HttpClient as stevedbrown suggests (although you need tpcomponents httpclient branches 4 0 x httpclient src examples org apache http examples client ClientGZipContentCompression java a tweak to get it to speak Gzip automatically ), or explicitly decompress the stream you got in your example code .
  • I am working on an android project and I am getting my android app to post to a PHP REST web service, this web service then returns JSON for the Anroid app to process .
  • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website .
  • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2 3 4 > Samsung Galaxy S Plus Samsung GT I9001 here is my code for java android .
  • And ofcourse it is also working with me throughout my application including login,registration,reading from server and session and other functionality Just it is not working with directly post some article to my server Drupal website It works perfectly with POST request during registration of user on server .
  • See NTLM (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs .
  • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used Apache HttpClient ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see mapper.readValue() ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service .
  • See NTLM (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs .
  • But back on topic, you do not need to use a complicated REST client API for this, just access the content with HttpClient and process it with a JSON library .
  • Here client execute(postMethod) means it will call execute method in HTTPClient class Can you post the code of HTTPClient class .
  • but it maybe rather heavy for your requirements so a highly recommend the use of HttpClient library I'm sure you could find many JSON libraries for java but here is one for you json lib .
  • How can i get a utf 8 encoded json response from Apache http client?Or is the server output the problem?.
  • Now here is where I am running into trouble I am receiving an HttpEntity from the server .
  • 1st thing that I found it that Android Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code .
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved .
  • 1st thing that I found it that Android Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code .
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved .
  • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using ga httpclient apidocs org apache http client methods HttpGet html HTTPGet instead .
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not .
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page .
  • 1st thing that I found it that Android Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code .
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved .
  • Imgur Screenshot]( ) I looked up error Status 401 on api imgur com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now) .
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not .
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page .
  • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved .
  • Imgur Screenshot]( ) I looked up error Status 401 on api imgur com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now) .
  • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using ga httpclient apidocs org apache http client methods HttpGet html HTTPGet instead .
  • Send the following header on web service scripts BEFORE any output: Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate no caching header Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT expires in date in the past in my case it was written in PHP code like the following: <?php header("Cache Control: no cache, must revalidate"); HTTP 1 1 header("Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT"); Date in the past ?> .
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not .
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page .
  • Below is the exception12 16 00:33:41 110: E PostToApi(8513): org json JSONException: Value {"3":"6 0 1 8","id":"1","2":"1","1":"1","0":"1" ,"PlatformID":"1","Version":"6 0 1 8","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6 0 1 9","id":"2 ","2":"1","1":"1","0":"2","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6 0 1 9","SoftwareID":"1 "},{"3":"6 0 2 0","id":"3","2":"1","1":"1","0":"3","PlatformID":"1","Version": "6 0 2 0","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6 0 2 1","id":"4","2":"1","1":"1","0":"4","P latformID":"1","Version":"6 0 2 1","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6 1 0 0","id":"5"," 2":"1","1":"1","0":"5","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6 1 0 0","SoftwareID":"1"} of type org json JSONArray cannot be converted to JSONObject I can't see anything wrong with this so any help would be appreciated .
  • Imgur Screenshot]( ) I looked up error Status 401 on api imgur com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now) .
  • But i am not able to access the the methods if those are accessing JSONArray array new JSONArray(); (All jar's are signed in)I am facing the problem while accessing json jars (json lib 2 3 jdk15 jar ) or org apache commons httpclient jar from the broser html button) .
  • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not .
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page .
  • Imgur Screenshot]( ) I looked up error Status 401 on api imgur com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now) .
  • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using ga httpclient apidocs org apache http client methods HttpGet html HTTPGet instead .
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  • apache httpclient 4 0 is the best in the business and is to learn and the business and is moderately easy to learn .
  • apache httpclient at hc apache org httpclient 3 x but it seems to be down ? .
  • i saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each url and for each url .
  • for the actual http requests , the apache http client project is a solid choice .
  • no possible , as android team has officially stopped the support for the apache httpclient and the apache .
  • login , it 'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it 'll send it along .
  • the 'smarts ' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server .
  • more in a threadpool where x urls could be a fixed pool of say 10 threads .
  • entity streaming )/) it may not be that simple ] (/( outpustream using defaulthttpclient )/) indeed .
  • the client also supports the other http verbs (/( post , put , delete )/) .
  • time i have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff .
  • links , i made a conclusion that if we upgrade the httpclient to latest stable version .
  • more attentive , i made a mistake in url > streams instead of stream :/: )/) .
  • android google officially does not recommend apache httpclient that i am using in my code .
  • redirect httpclient 4 , error 302 how to redirect ? .
  • @ ianroberts , i must be more attentive .
  • second part of your question .
  • german umlauts .
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    • Many libraries support it, including Apache .
    • See: java HTTP POST using JSON in Java Also you will have to download multiple libraries including: .
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Features:
  • Please advise..
  • Below is the exception12-16 00:33:41.110: E/PostToApi(8513): org.json.JSONException: Value [{"3":"6.0.1.8","id":"1","2":"1","1":"1","0":"1" ,"PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.8","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.1.9","id":"2 ","2":"1","1":"1","0":"2","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.9","SoftwareID":"1 "},{"3":"6.0.2.0","id":"3","2":"1","1":"1","0":"3","PlatformID":"1","Version": "6.0.2.0","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.2.1","id":"4","2":"1","1":"1","0":"4","P latformID":"1","Version":"6.0.2.1","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.1.0.0","id":"5"," 2":"1","1":"1","0":"5","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.1.0.0","SoftwareID":"1"}] of type org.json.JSONArray cannot be converted to JSONObject I can't see anything wrong with this so any help would be appreciated.
Portability:
  • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.
  • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.
Documentation:
  • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19626609/mocking-httpclient-execute-issues - mockito.
Community:
  • Many libraries support it, including Apache.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • You've got me thinking!.
  • What's wrong?
Performance:
  • The main idea on what I suggested is that you completely off-load the UI, so even if it takes the same time, this time will be taken on a background thread and your UI will keep running fast and smooth.
  • Try to determine how close to the memory limit the application is.
Security:
  • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.
  • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.
Bug:
  • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.
  • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.
Usability:
  • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.
  • Sorry, would help if I included that, it doesn't seem to provide that much help though.
  • Features: 39
    1. string: 1
      • I am then turning that into a string which looks like this.. details
    2. parameters: 1
      • But here I want to send parameters in the form of JSON, like for example I want to send parameters in this form: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    3. request: 2
      • I saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each URL.. details
      • I saw the example of multithreaded request execution where a thread is created for each URL.. details
    4. general: 27
      • Please accept the answer if it helped you.. details
      • Please advise... details
      • @JitendraPatidar: these are the kay and values of your header dude.. please accept answers of you find useful... details
      • For HttpClient 4 manually setting the cookie looks like this URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4166129/apache-httpclient-4-0-3-how-do-i -set-cookie-with-sessionid-for-post-request.. details
      • If you need any additional help, please comment again- I'd be happy to assist.. details
      • app.methodname() till it is fine.. details
      • Please check the question I have edited it.. details
      • I have also seen this question URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10407547 /error-http-1-1-401-unauthorized-with-basic-authentication-in-android- ews-201?rq=1 & tried it in my code ... with passing username & password , but it still not working.. details
      • In HttpClient 3 this looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • That's working well on emulator and on some devices.. details
      • Here how it looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I have something like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I have something like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#Preemptive_Authentication [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html Preemptive_Authentication] So the version issue.. details
      • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#Preemptive_Authentication [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html Preemptive_Authentication] So the version issue.. details
      • You could get the first latitude value like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • You could get the first latitude value like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • You may want to update your question to clear that up.. details
      • You may want to update your question to clear that up.. details
      • How can I accomplish this ?. details
      • This looks quite like what I would need to write.. details
      • Super.. details
      • Super.. details
      • This looks quite like what I would need to write.. details
      • Then the HttpClient library suits you best.. details
      • Have a look at URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [HttpClient] .. details
      • Have a look at URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [HttpClient] .. details
    5. json: 4
      • I am working on an android project and I am getting my android app to post to a PHP REST web service, this web service then returns JSON for the Anroid app to process.. details
      • Here's a screenshot of the JSON I receive from Imgur: !. details
      • Here's a screenshot of the JSON I receive from Imgur: !. details
      • After a quick comparison, I found: Resting v0.7: resting-0.7-dev-release-android.jar - 1.3MB (all-in-one according tothe doc) Restlet v2.1.2: org.restlet.jar - 728KB (however must 1MB after adding httpclient extention and json extention) Spring for Android** v1.0.1: spring-android-core-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 113KB + spring-android-rest-template-1.0.1.RELEASE.jar 186KB + gson-2.2.3.jar 194KB 493KB (without auth support, otherwise spring social will be a dependency) Please correct me if any miss.. details
    6. android: 2
      • Clear all application cached data from Android Settings Apps menu 2.. details
      • URL_http://ogrelab.ikratko.com/using-newer-version-of-httpclient-like-4-1-x/ [ URL_http://ogrelab.ikratko.com/using-newer-version-of-httpclient-like-4-1-x/ ] URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3577035/apache-httpclient-4-1-on- android [Apache-HttpClient-4.1-on-Android] URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2618573/what-version-of-apache-http- client-is-bundled-in-android-1-6 [What-version-of-Apache-HTTP-Client-is- bundled-in-Android-1.6?]. details
    7. browser: 2
      • Browser displays the result correct.. details
      • Browser displays the result correct.. details
  • Portability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.. details
      • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap-from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website.. details
      • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2.3.4 -> Samsung Galaxy S Plus - Samsung GT-I9001 here is my code for java android.. details
  • Documentation: 7
    1. general: 7
      • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
      • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
      • This is a helpful reference: URL_http://developer.android.com/reference/org/apache/http/client/HttpClient.html .. details
      • URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ ] The other solution could be using HttpURLConnection .I am also working on it.. details
      • Maybe the documentation of HttpClient can help: URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html [link] .. details
      • Maybe the documentation of HttpClient can help: URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html [link] .. details
      • In this case, see URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpcomponents/httpclien t/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/client/Clien tGZipContentCompression.java [ URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpcomponents/h ttpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http/examples/clie nt/ClientGZipContentCompression.java] , which shows how to deal with Gzip content.. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Many libraries support it, including Apache.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 26
    1. general: 26
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The main idea on what I suggested is that you completely off-load the UI, so even if it takes the same time, this time will be taken on a background thread and your UI will keep running fast and smooth.. details
  • Security: 6
    1. general: 6
      • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.. details
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
      • Check that the authentication sent by the client pre-emptively is the correct type (basic, digest, NTLM) Let me know if this helps.. details
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
      • This is more secure but much more complex.. details
      • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3.x , that I have found out from this link.. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.. details
  • Usability: 86
    1. compare: 1
      • Redirect both requests through a local web proxy like Webscarab or Burp Suite and compare them.. details
    2. http: 7
      • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [here] if you are willing to.. details
      • Also, HTTPClient is a great library for HTTP related stuff, please check it URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [here] if you are willing to.. details
      • The client also supports the other HTTP verbs ( CODETERM1 , CODETERM2 , CODETERM3 ...).. details
      • The client also supports the other HTTP verbs ( CODETERM1 , CODETERM2 , CODETERM3 ...).. details
      • The default redirect strategy used by HttpClient 4.x honors restrictions on automatic redirection of entity enclosing methods such as POST and PUT imposed by the HTTP specification.. details
      • And as someone else suggested, for doing the actual HTTP requests, the URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [Apache-HTTP-Client] project is a solid choice.. details
      • And as someone else suggested, for doing the actual HTTP requests, the URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/index.html [Apache-HTTP-Client] project is a solid choice.. details
    3. post: 3
      • And ofcourse it is also working with me throughout my application including login,registration,reading from server and session and other functionality.Just it is not working with directly post some article to my server-Drupal website.It works perfectly with POST request during registration of user on server.. details
      • Any help or pointers to where I can find a solution, are very welcome at this point (after spending a few hours realizing no post data was ever sent).. details
      • Using a GET request works fine, but for some reason using POST all data seems to get stripped and the server does not receive anything.. details
    4. encoding: 1
      • By configuring the HttpClient for UTF encoding the problem disappeared, here is my working code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    5. drupal: 2
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html#NTLM [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/authentication.html NTLM] (Note also that the web container has the 'smarts' to be able to try different authentication methods as requested by the server, all behind the scenes) Also check the Drupal web logs.. details
    6. string: 1
      • CODETERM1 I want to be able to send this string to my CODETERM2 method and it return a key value map.. details
    7. image: 1
      • [enter image description here]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/NOqfv.jpg ) Here are my codes, you can use the URL or the appache httpclient, they both work fine.. details
    8. ajax: 1
      • Here is my PhoneGap Ajax request it works perfectly.. details
    9. json: 7
      • I know this works normally as I successfully process other JSON returned its just on this part of the app where it is not working.. details
      • Pay special attention to JSON nesting and arrays.. details
      • Eventually, I'd like to use the data I collected from the JSON to do some Selenium testing so do I need to do all this within a Dynamic Web Project (in Eclipse) or can it be all done within a regular Java project?. details
      • The mapping of json strings is only working, if the string does not contain any german umlaut, otherwise i get an "JsonMappingException: Can not deserialize instance of [...] out of START_ARRAY.. details
      • If someone can help me out with this it would be really cool :) Basically I'm looking for a way to connect to a mySql server using CODETERM2 , php files (req results encoded in Json), and a Json parser (just like in Android) for a JAVA application purpose.. details
      • Where I feel this differs from other posts is that I want the parse method to be able to create a key value map for any JSON string I send it.. details
      • All there is to it: write a simple method to perform the HTTP GET to the JSON web service and return a String (I used URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [Apache-HttpClient] ) pass the String to Jackson to deserialize into a Java object (see URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes [CODETERM1] ) This assumes you already know what kind of object you expect to get back from a given JSON web service.. details
    10. general: 35
      • Corrected it to catch both.. details
      • It worked!. details
      • It worked!. details
      • So I can do something like method.setRequestHeader("Cookie", "JSESSIONID=F7B89109EABD2FFD58A0096AF2123199"); and it should work?. details
      • Some services don't support (or are expecting) just one kind of request.. details
      • It works perfect from the command line, don't where I'm going wrong.. details
      • This is the kind of thing that could vary from platform to platform.. details
      • But you don't need to use that wrapper at all, the HttpClient itself is dead simple to utilize.. details
      • Any help will be appreciated.I have tried this code to serialize it, but it does not work.. details
      • That gave me a 200 OK!. details
      • This is more secure but much more complex.. details
      • Many libraries support it, including Apache.. details
      • This is not generally supported from Java, although HTTPClient does profess to - but using a different Credentials object.. details
      • And is the URL going to the correct resource.. details
      • And is the URL going to the correct resource.. details
      • I have not tried it but I am working on it.. details
      • I have not tried it but I am working on it.. details
      • The reason for HttpClient 3.x end of life was simple: no one, just no one, was willing to maintain it.. details
      • I'm pretty sure it can build up instances of arbitrary classes from JSON.. details
      • I'm pretty sure it can build up instances of arbitrary classes from JSON.. details
      • The HttpClient and related classes are written to work on a JVM with full support for opening sockets, something that isn't allowed in a web browser, so these classes cannot be used.. details
      • ...but this wasn't pure enough or something and they changed it in 4.x.. details
      • This works great.. details
      • mezmo: thanks for the tip, but I'm looking for something more complete.. details
      • To the downvoter, feel free to explain why HTTPClient is insufficient to interact with a RESTful system who's core constraint is conforming to the "Uniform Interface" which in this case is defined by RFC2616.. details
      • @Sheehan Alam: Considering that I have dozens of students and more dozens of subscribers every month trying the sample I linked to above, I feel rather confident that it works.. details
      • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [Apache- HttpClient-4.0] is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn.. details
      • URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [Apache- HttpClient-4.0] is the best in the business and is moderately easy to learn.. details
      • I've used these two libraries on many projects and they have been robust and simple to use.. details
      • I've used these two libraries on many projects and they have been robust and simple to use.. details
      • If the former, use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [CODETERM1] .. details
      • If the former, use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [CODETERM1] .. details
      • I've verified that this works for the url you are trying to grab.. details
      • Use the URL_http://hc.apache.org/ [Apache-Http-Client] instead, it's going to take care of character conversions properly.. details
      • If you are using something like URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ [Apache-httpclient] then you can do this really easily.. details
    11. threadpool: 2
      • I was thinking more in terms of a threadpool where x urls could be given to a fixed pool of say 10 threads.. details
      • I was thinking more in terms of a threadpool where x urls could be given to a fixed pool of say 10 threads.. details
    12. authentication: 2
      • I know that HttpClient lets you do Basic and Digest authentication out of the box, supports SSL and can do OAuth with some help.. details
      • The Authentication method that I am using is of HttpClient 3.x , that I have found out from this link.. details
    13. client: 2
      • Once everything works as expected, reproduce the same call, headers and body in your client and you are ready to go.. details
      • So you either need to use a smarter client like Apache's HttpClient as stevedbrown suggests (although you need URL_http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ht tpcomponents/httpclient/branches/4.0.x/httpclient/src/examples/org/apache/http /examples/client/ClientGZipContentCompression.java [a-tweak-to-get-it-to- speak-Gzip-automatically] ), or explicitly decompress the stream you got in your example code.. details
    14. apache: 6
      • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
      • [With Apache HttpClient]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient - legacy/performance.html#Request_Response_entity_streaming) it may [not be that simple]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10146692/how-do-i-write-to-an - outpustream-using-defaulthttpclient) indeed, but please keep searching.. details
      • With the Apache HttpClient its as simple as this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • With the Apache HttpClient its as simple as this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ but it seems to be down?. details
      • Im trying to take a look at Apache HttpClient at hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/ but it seems to be down?. details
    15. mapping: 1
      • "\u00fc" with "" the mapping works perfect.. details
    16. login: 2
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html ] So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along.. details
      • See URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/cookies.html ] So then you'd first tell HttpClient to surf to the login page, it'll fetch your cookie and on subsequent requests it'll send it along.. details
    17. wicket: 1
      • The real server is running Wicket on Tomcat, but I've also tested it out on a simple PHP page, with no difference.. details
    18. content-type: 1
      • Update with solution _(that work at least for me in this particular case)_:** I removed all method calls that set the Content-Type and now it works.. details
    19. curl: 1
      • From curl to GraphicalHttpClient ( URL_http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/graphicalhttpclient/id433095876?mt=12 , I personally use that and it works decently).. details
    20. httpurlconnection: 3
      • depending on what platform you're targeting you can change to HttpURLConnection instead of HttpClient, as I've heard is more efficient, but you have to Google for details on it.. details
      • So I am working on HttpUrlConnection to solve this error.And also trying some other methods of DefaultHttpClient for this.. details
      • URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/httpclientandroidlib/ ] The other solution could be using HttpURLConnection .I am also working on it.. details
    21. android: 6
      • But facing problem in writing on drupal from android, it generates response with status code 401 Unauthorized From android native app it generates 401 , while from phonegap-from android when I initiate AJAX request it works perfectly & writes an article or page on drupal website.. details
      • so that means webservice work perfectly & my phonegap android app works perfectly there is problem with Android native JAVA application I am running my android application on Android2.3.4 -> Samsung Galaxy S Plus - Samsung GT-I9001 here is my code for java android.. details
      • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient.. details
      • But this is directly no possible , as Android Team has officially stopped the support for the Apache httpclient.. details
      • Since Android compiles HttpClient 4.0.x instead of 3.x, below snippet is for your reference.. details
      • FYI, your link is for HttpClient 3.x, and Android has HttpClient 4.x built in.. details
  • Features: 17
    1. jsonobject: 1
      • Below is the exception12-16 00:33:41.110: E/PostToApi(8513): org.json.JSONException: Value [{"3":"6.0.1.8","id":"1","2":"1","1":"1","0":"1" ,"PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.8","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.1.9","id":"2 ","2":"1","1":"1","0":"2","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.0.1.9","SoftwareID":"1 "},{"3":"6.0.2.0","id":"3","2":"1","1":"1","0":"3","PlatformID":"1","Version": "6.0.2.0","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.0.2.1","id":"4","2":"1","1":"1","0":"4","P latformID":"1","Version":"6.0.2.1","SoftwareID":"1"},{"3":"6.1.0.0","id":"5"," 2":"1","1":"1","0":"5","PlatformID":"1","Version":"6.1.0.0","SoftwareID":"1"}] of type org.json.JSONArray cannot be converted to JSONObject I can't see anything wrong with this so any help would be appreciated.. details
    2. time: 1
      • At the same time I have to say that CODETERM5 header looks somewhat suspicious and even automatic redirect to that location may not necessarily produce the desired effect.. details
    3. general: 9
      • I'm having trouble with CODETERM1 transfer in Android.. details
      • You may find that, just before you are making this call, you are already at the upper limit of memory; the initialisation of the HTTPClient and the call might take you just over the limit.. details
      • HttpClient.execute throwing OutOfMemoryError.. details
      • But, sometimes I'm getting OutOfMemoryError while executing on CODETERM6 (also known as XPERIA).. details
      • Note that MD5 is generally considered weak now.. details
      • See URL_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication [ URL_http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_access_authentication ] for more details Digest (username and challenge/response hash with MD5.. details
      • oh...my bad...its on the HttpMethod (httppost in your case).. details
      • What would be wrong?. details
      • Now here is where I am running into trouble.I am receiving an HttpEntity from the server.. details
    4. date: 1
      • Send the following header on web service scripts BEFORE any output: CODETERM1 -- no caching header CODETERM2 -- expires in date in the past in my case it was written in PHP code like the following: <?php header("Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate"); // HTTP/1.1 header("Expires: Sat, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT"); // Date in the past ?> .. details
    5. json: 2
      • How can i get a utf-8 encoded json response from Apache http client?Or is the server output the problem?. details
      • I'm having a problem regarding a json string, i acquire with the Apache http client, containing german umlauts.. details
    6. constructor: 1
      • I just pulled the constructor from [the latest javadoc]( URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core - ga/httpcore/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/StringEntity.html).. details
    7. download: 1
      • See: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7181534/http-post-using-json-in- java [HTTP-POST-using-JSON-in-Java] Also you will have to download multiple libraries including: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ ] URL_http://hc.apache.org/downloads.cgi [ URL_http://hc.apache.org/downloads.cgi ] .. details
    8. post: 1
      • Here client.execute(postMethod) means it will call execute method in HTTPClient class.. Can you post the code of HTTPClient class.... details
  • Portability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.. details
  • Documentation: 7
    1. general: 7
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19626609/mocking-httpclient-execute-issues - mockito.. details
      • I haven't looked at the link yet, but I would be wary of an article that uses PascalCase for methods when Java developers universally use camelCase.. details
      • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
      • URL_http://dlinsin.blogspot.in/2009/08/http-basic-authentication-with- android.html [ URL_http://dlinsin.blogspot.in/2009/08/http-basic-authentication - with-android.html] I have also found some links with potential solution of this problem.. details
      • With earlier versions one can implement a custom redirect strategy as described here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
      • This doesn't handle the problem of ungzipping the content that api.stackoverflow.com returns.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 3
    1. general: 3
      • What's wrong?. details
      • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.. details
      • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.. details
  • Performance: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Try to determine how close to the memory limit the application is.. details
      • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
  • Security: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
  • Bug: 23
    1. exception: 2
      • I have tried to catch this exception but it does not work.. details
      • It throwing the exception on the CODETERM1 .. details
    2. http: 1
      • Therefore, your HTTP invocation using HTTPClient is sending unexpected data.The errors indicate that the HTTP wrapper is what's at issue.. details
    3. request: 1
      • This is the code that's giving me a BAD REQUEST ERROR (400) from SERVER.. details
    4. general: 7
      • What's causing the problem?. details
      • What's causing the problem?. details
      • I receive the following error in CODETERM2 .. details
      • I had solved my problem by 2 step: 1.. details
      • How many times has this line of code been the culprit of this problem?. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3658721/httpclient-4-error-302-how-to- redirect [Httpclient-4,-error-302.-How-to-redirect?]. details
      • This doesn't handle the problem of ungzipping the content that api.stackoverflow.com returns.. details
    5. json: 4
      • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
      • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
      • Error with JSON data Android Illegal Argument HttpClient.. details
      • Attempt 1 Results I end up printing out the HTML code for the log-in page and then get the following error message since there is no JSON on the page: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    6. memory: 2
      • If this happens only sporadically, or after a number of calls, you might have a memory leak.. details
      • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
    7. apache: 2
      • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
      • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
    8. response: 1
      • Error converting HttpClient response to JsonObject.. details
    9. class: 1
      • The HttpClient class throws a ConnectTimeoutException Exception, so you should listen for it: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    10. android: 2
      • Try to test with the same Android version that is experiencing the problem.. details
      • Authentication error: Unable to respond to any of these challenges: {} Android - 401 Unauthorized I have taken reference from this link URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6114455/authentication-error-when- using-httppost-with-defaulthttpclient-on-android [Authentication-Error-when- using-HttpPost-with-DefaultHttpClient-on-Android] I am working on android app in that backed in Drupal.. details
  • Usability: 44
    1. exception: 1
      • I have tried to catch this exception but it does not work.. details
    2. http: 1
      • Therefore, your HTTP invocation using HTTPClient is sending unexpected data.The errors indicate that the HTTP wrapper is what's at issue.. details
    3. service: 1
      • The full definition from the specification is: The server is refusing to service the request because the entity of the request is in a format not supported by the requested resource for the requested method So I think you should be using URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client- ga/httpclient/apidocs/org/apache/http/client/methods/HttpGet.html [HTTPGet] instead.. details
    4. stream: 2
      • @IanRoberts, I must be more attentive, I made a mistake in URL -> streamS instead of stream :).. details
      • @IanRoberts, I must be more attentive, I made a mistake in URL -> streamS instead of stream :).. details
    5. memory: 1
      • If this line of code has only caused the problem once or twice it may be time to look for a general memory usage problem.. details
    6. request: 2
      • This is the code that's giving me a BAD REQUEST ERROR (400) from SERVER.. details
      • One example of what could go wrong: Are you using IP addresses in the URL against a multi-homed web server, so the request goes to the wrong server?. details
    7. rest: 2
      • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not.. details
      • As to the second part of your question, it was somewhat confusing because it seemed to imply that this REST API was being provided by the same provider of the web service you linked, but it is not.. details
    8. general: 10
      • Sorry, would help if I included that, it doesn't seem to provide that much help though.. details
      • I haven't looked at the link yet, but I would be wary of an article that uses PascalCase for methods when Java developers universally use camelCase.. details
      • The other, which I think is better, is to use the setContentType method of StringEntity documented URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-core-ga/httpco re/apidocs/org/apache/http/entity/AbstractHttpEntity.html#setContentType%28jav a.lang.String%29 [here] CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Most likely one of the following is true: 1) More than 200 bytes is being allocated in the failure case (for example, is a new HttpClient being allocated for every call).. details
      • How many times has this line of code been the culprit of this problem?. details
      • There are many libraries that encapsulate this functionality which _should_ make your code a lot less complex since you are relying on a (hopefully well-tested) library.. details
      • Everyone and their dog supports this, but it's very insecure.. details
      • I wasn't the down voter, but I would imagine it could be because HttpClient only solves part of the problem, then you've got all that XML handling to do.. details
      • Use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [HttpClient] to grab the contents of the URL.. details
      • Use URL_http://hc.apache.org/httpcomponents-client-ga/index.html [HttpClient] to grab the contents of the URL.. details
    9. json: 10
      • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
      • As a first debugging step I'd dump out the contents of builder and see exactly what the server is sending you - "< at position 0" could be an XML response instead of JSON or it could be an HTML error page.. details
      • Not sure what needs to be done here but I'm trying to avoid making an actual HttpClient call as I have the final processed(Parsed) version of the response from this call, which is a JSON object that I have stubbed.. details
      • But i am not able to access the the methods if those are accessing JSONArray array new JSONArray(); (All jar's are signed-in)I am facing the problem while accessing json jars (json-lib-2.3-jdk15.jar ) or org.apache.commons.httpclient.jar from the broser html button).. details
      • Attempt 1 Results I end up printing out the HTML code for the log-in page and then get the following error message since there is no JSON on the page: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • JSON Jackson + HTTPClient with german umlauts.. details
      • But back on topic, you do not need to use a complicated REST client API for this, just access the content with HttpClient and process it with a JSON library.. details
      • Create a StringEntity that you will pass JSON to it 4.. details
      • Create a StringEntity that you will pass JSON to it 4.. details
      • but it maybe rather heavy for your requirements so a highly recommend the use of HttpClient library.I'm sure you could find many JSON libraries for java but here is one for you URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [json-lib] .. details
    10. imgur: 2
      • [Imgur Screenshot]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/738jW.png ) I looked up error Status 401 on api.imgur.com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now).. details
      • [Imgur Screenshot]( URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/738jW.png ) I looked up error Status 401 on api.imgur.com and it says that I need to authenticate using OAuth despite the fact that Imgur has stated very clearly that apps do not need to use OAuth if images are being uploaded anonymously (which is what I am doing right now).. details
    11. apache: 6
      • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
      • 1st thing that I found it that Android-Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code.. details
      • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved.. details
      • Edit : I have tried various methods for Apache httpclient for my error.During this time I have done some research and searched on google and found out some interesting stuff.. details
      • 1st thing that I found it that Android-Google Officially does not recommend Apache HttpClient that I am using in my code.. details
      • From these links , I made a conclusion that if we upgrade the Apache HttpClient to latest stable version , then this problem can be solved.. details
    12. httpresponse: 1
      • But as I mentioned above in my question, I return a mockHttpResponse when HttpResponse response defaultHttpClient.execute(postRequest) is called.. details
    13. post: 1
      • I haven't tried it since, so am reluctant to post code.. details
    14. class: 2
      • The HttpClient class throws a ConnectTimeoutException Exception, so you should listen for it: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • As to your commend about API changes, HttpClient 3.x was an utter mess where 95% of protocol handling logic was crammed into one class making it a nightmare to maintain.. details
    15. types: 1
      • HttpClient 4.2 can be configured to use CODETERM4 that handles all types of redirects automatically regardless of the restrictions imposed by the specification.. details
    16. android: 1
      • The problem is, I started coding JAVA with Android so I don't really know if I can do the same way in a "classic" JAVA application.. details