Mined Opinions For API: java.beans

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  • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification.. details
  • Update targeting first-time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server - this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc.. details
  • By the way, I recommend that you don't expose the Java Beans themselves - in domain driven development terms this is your _core model_.. details
  • All you will need is the servlet engine - which provides a way to host threaded Java code over an HTTP interface.. details
  • Can you also please give a good link for Java Bean Specification.Thanks in advance.. details
  • Scala case classes do not work for me, but Java Beans are fine for me.. details
  • Finally, I got it working with Java Beans.. details
  • (i.e., the Map in ServiceResponse would look like CODETERM1 ).. details
  • Currently, I've set up my classes as follows (this is the structure I would prefer): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I'd like detail1, detail2 to create Detail classes, and otherObject to create an OtherObject class.. details
  • Appreciate any help.. details
  • Does the class follow regular JavaBean conventions with getter / setters, default constructor etc.. JacksonJsonConverter works with Java Beans.. details
  • If your problem is just with Twitter, you can look for dedicated APIs like Twiiter4J or Spring Social, that should provides ready java beans for tweets.. details
  • that does not look like valid json btw.. details
  • You can use Google-gson: URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ ] , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide#TOC-Object-Examples [ URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide TOC-Object-Examples] .. details
  • You can use Google-gson: URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ ] , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide#TOC-Object-Examples [ URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide TOC-Object-Examples] .. details
  • I have a Jersey client that is successfully calling a REST service and populating the associated Java Beans CODETERM1 based on this code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [SimpleXML] , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4012535/accessing-methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known/4013072#4013072 [Accessing-Methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known] Additional Reference:** URL_http://java.sun.com/products/javabeans/docs/index.html [Java-Beans-Specification] URL_http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/javabeans/introspection/index.html [Java-Tutorial:-Introspection] .. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4012535/accessing-methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known/4013072#4013072 [Accessing-Methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known] Additional Reference:** URL_http://java.sun.com/products/javabeans/docs/index.html [Java-Beans-Specification] URL_http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/javabeans/introspection/index.html [Java-Tutorial:-Introspection] .. details
  • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification.. details
  • Is there a best practice way of doing this?. details
  • i have searched for a few days and feel like not getting anywhere.. details
  • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa.. details
  • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem.Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?. details
  • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want.. details
  • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( CODETERM8 ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( CODETERM9 instead of CODETERM10 ).. details
  • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped).. details
Summaries the opinions about java.beans using topic modeling.
  • 0. bean follow otherobject create getter regular convention constructor jacksonjsonconverter javabean: 9
    • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification.. details
    • By the way, I recommend that you don't expose the Java Beans themselves - in domain driven development terms this is your _core model_.. details
    • Scala case classes do not work for me, but Java Beans are fine for me.. details
    • I'd like detail1, detail2 to create Detail classes, and otherObject to create an OtherObject class.. details
    • Appreciate any help.. details
    • Currently, I've set up my classes as follows (this is the structure I would prefer): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Does the class follow regular JavaBean conventions with getter / setters, default constructor etc.. JacksonJsonConverter works with Java Beans.. details
    • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • i have searched for a few days and feel like not getting anywhere.. details
  • 1. bean jersey customertype base service associate rest populate call advance: 3
    • Can you also please give a good link for Java Bean Specification.Thanks in advance.. details
    • that does not look like valid json btw.. details
    • I have a Jersey client that is successfully calling a REST service and populating the associated Java Beans CustomerType based on this code: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 2. bean load detail provide follow simplexml fan process imho depend: 6
    • Finally, I got it working with Java Beans.. details
    • (i.e., the Map in ServiceResponse would look like "{detail1:Detail object, detail2:Detail object, ...} ).. details
    • If your problem is just with Twitter, you can look for dedicated APIs like Twiiter4J or Spring Social, that should provides ready java beans for tweets.. details
    • You can use Google-gson: , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: TOC-Object-Examples .. details
    • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
    • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification.. details
  • 3. provide accessing host enterprise tutorial functions introspection http servlet additional: 4
    • All you will need is the servlet engine - which provides a way to host threaded Java code over an HTTP interface.. details
    • Update targeting first-time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server - this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc.. details
    • Accessing-Methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known Additional Reference:** Java-Beans-Specification Java-Tutorial:-Introspection .. details
    • Is there a best practice way of doing this?. details
  • 0. wrap bean private "field property root wrapper normal integer valid: 5
    • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa.. details
    • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem.Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?. details
    • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want.. details
    • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped).. details
    • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( {"Integer":10} ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( {"MyBean":{"field":value, ...}} instead of {"field":value, ...} ).. details
Summaries of the opinions about java.beans using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • that does not look like valid json btw .
  • You can use Google gson: , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: TOC Object Examples .
  • Update targeting first time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc .
  • Finally, I got it working with Java Beans .
  • (i e , the Map in ServiceResponse would look like "{detail1:Detail object, detail2:Detail object, ...} ) .
  • Appreciate any help .
  • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification .
  • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification .
  • i have searched for a few days and feel like not getting anywhere .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • You can use Google gson: , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: TOC Object Examples .
  • If your problem is just with Twitter, you can look for dedicated APIs like Twiiter4J or Spring Social, that should provides ready java beans for tweets .
  • By the way, I recommend that you don't expose the Java Beans themselves in domain driven development terms this is your core model .
  • Update targeting first time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc .
  • All you will need is the servlet engine which provides a way to host threaded Java code over an HTTP interface .
  • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification .
  • Accessing Methods and functions of a object whose class type is dynamically known Additional Reference:** Java Beans Specification Java Tutorial: Introspection .
  • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • I have a Jersey client that is successfully calling a REST service and populating the associated Java Beans CustomerType based on this code: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • If your problem is just with Twitter, you can look for dedicated APIs like Twiiter4J or Spring Social, that should provides ready java beans for tweets .
  • By the way, I recommend that you don't expose the Java Beans themselves in domain driven development terms this is your core model .
  • Update targeting first time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc .
  • Scala case classes do not work for me, but Java Beans are fine for me .
  • I'd like detail1, detail2 to create Detail classes, and otherObject to create an OtherObject class .
  • (i e , the Map in ServiceResponse would look like "{detail1:Detail object, detail2:Detail object, ...} ) .
  • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification .
  • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • I have a Jersey client that is successfully calling a REST service and populating the associated Java Beans CustomerType based on this code: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( {"Integer":10} ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( {"MyBean":{"field":value, ...}} instead of {"field":value, ...} ) .
  • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped) .
  • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want .
  • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?.
  • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa .
  • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( {"Integer":10} ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( {"MyBean":{"field":value, ...}} instead of {"field":value, ...} ) .
  • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped) .
  • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want .
  • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?.
  • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa .
  • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( {"Integer":10} ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( {"MyBean":{"field":value, ...}} instead of {"field":value, ...} ) .
  • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped) .
  • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want .
  • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?.
  • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa .
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Onlysentiment:
  • Appreciate any help.
  • N/A
Documentation:
  • You can use Google-gson: URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ ] , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide#TOC-Object-Examples [ URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide TOC-Object-Examples] .
  • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want.
Features:
  • Can you also please give a good link for Java Bean Specification.Thanks in advance.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification.
  • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa.
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Documentation: 2
    1. general: 2
      • You can use Google-gson: URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ ] , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide#TOC-Object-Examples [ URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide TOC-Object-Examples] .. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4012535/accessing-methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known/4013072#4013072 [Accessing-Methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known] Additional Reference:** URL_http://java.sun.com/products/javabeans/docs/index.html [Java-Beans-Specification] URL_http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/javabeans/introspection/index.html [Java-Tutorial:-Introspection] .. details
  • Features: 6
    1. general: 6
      • Can you also please give a good link for Java Bean Specification.Thanks in advance.. details
      • Finally, I got it working with Java Beans.. details
      • (i.e., the Map in ServiceResponse would look like CODETERM1 ).. details
      • Does the class follow regular JavaBean conventions with getter / setters, default constructor etc.. JacksonJsonConverter works with Java Beans.. details
      • I have a Jersey client that is successfully calling a REST service and populating the associated Java Beans CODETERM1 based on this code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 15
    1. http: 1
      • All you will need is the servlet engine - which provides a way to host threaded Java code over an HTTP interface.. details
    2. scala: 1
      • Scala case classes do not work for me, but Java Beans are fine for me.. details
    3. spring: 1
      • If your problem is just with Twitter, you can look for dedicated APIs like Twiiter4J or Spring Social, that should provides ready java beans for tweets.. details
    4. general: 8
      • By the way, I recommend that you don't expose the Java Beans themselves - in domain driven development terms this is your _core model_.. details
      • Currently, I've set up my classes as follows (this is the structure I would prefer): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I'd like detail1, detail2 to create Detail classes, and otherObject to create an OtherObject class.. details
      • You can use Google-gson: URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ ] , it's quite good for converting Java beans to json: URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide#TOC-Object-Examples [ URL_https://sites.google.com/site/gson/gson-user-guide TOC-Object-Examples] .. details
      • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [SimpleXML] , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4012535/accessing-methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known/4013072#4013072 [Accessing-Methods-and-functions-of-a-object-whose-class-type-is-dynamically-known] Additional Reference:** URL_http://java.sun.com/products/javabeans/docs/index.html [Java-Beans-Specification] URL_http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/javabeans/introspection/index.html [Java-Tutorial:-Introspection] .. details
      • Is there a best practice way of doing this?. details
      • i have searched for a few days and feel like not getting anywhere.. details
    5. json: 1
      • that does not look like valid json btw.. details
    6. glassfish: 1
      • Update targeting first-time with these technologies:** Java is a language (obviously ;) ) GlassFish is an Enterprise Application Server - this means it is capable of hosting Enterprise Java Beans, Accessing LDAP Directories, providing security, etc.. details
    7. flexjson: 1
      • Flexjson works off Java Beans and PObject does not follow the Java Bean specification.. details
    8. parsing: 1
      • @RequestBody is perfectly capable of parsing nested JSON, however you have to adhere to the Java Beans specification.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The problem is I'm getting lost reading through the documentation about how to configure the mappings and annotations correctly to get the structure that I want.. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • It just converts JSON format to Java beans and vice versa.. details
      • Hi,chubbsondubs,I had a similar problem.Does it affect if your getter and setters are private or your constructor is private?. details
      • Primitives are now serialized to valid JSON ( CODETERM8 ), but "normal" Java beans are also wrapped which is undesired ( CODETERM9 instead of CODETERM10 ).. details
      • The difficulty would be that it is necessary to distinguish the root primitive wrapper (which needs to be wrapped) from bean primitive property (does not need to be wrapped).. details