Mined Opinions For API: jsonassert

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  • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match.. details
  • Or even simpler: JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}");.. details
  • With an expected value of _{id:1}_, this would still pass: _{id:1,moredata:'x'}_.). details
  • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert.assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode.NON_EXTENSIBLE); The NON_EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't.. details
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
  • You could try using json-lib's URL_http://json- lib.sourceforge.net/apidocs/jdk15/net/sf/json/test/JSONAssert.html [JSONAssert] class: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
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  • 0. baz order bar foo simple expect moredata xyzzy item solution: 4
    • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match.. details
    • Or even simpler: JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}");.. details
    • With an expected value of _{id:1}_, this would still pass: _{id:1,moredata:'x'}_.). details
    • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 0. differ extensible bar rest foo key apidocs mode jsoncomparemode html: 3
    • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
    • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert.assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode.NON_EXTENSIBLE); The NON_EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't.. details
    • You could try using json-lib's lib.sourceforge.net/apidocs/jdk15/net/sf/json/test/JSONAssert.html [JSONAssert] class: CODESNIPPET .. details
Summaries of the opinions about jsonassert 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.
  • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Or even simpler: JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}"); .
  • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match .
  • With an expected value of {id:1} , this would still pass: {id:1,moredata:'x'} ).
  • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Or even simpler: JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}"); .
  • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match .
  • With an expected value of {id:1} , this would still pass: {id:1,moredata:'x'} ).
  • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Or even simpler: JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}"); .
  • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match .
  • With an expected value of {id:1} , this would still pass: {id:1,moredata:'x'} ).
  • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode NON EXTENSIBLE); The NON EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't .
  • You could try using json lib's lib sourceforge net apidocs jdk15 net sf json test JSONAssert html JSONAssert class: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: {test: '1'}, {rest: '2'} }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: {rest: '2'}, {test: '1'} }");With the message:junit framework AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key list];: arrays first differed at element 0];: objects differed at key test]; .
  • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode NON EXTENSIBLE); The NON EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't .
  • You could try using json lib's lib sourceforge net apidocs jdk15 net sf json test JSONAssert html JSONAssert class: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: {test: '1'}, {rest: '2'} }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: {rest: '2'}, {test: '1'} }");With the message:junit framework AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key list];: arrays first differed at element 0];: objects differed at key test]; .
  • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode NON EXTENSIBLE); The NON EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't .
  • You could try using json lib's lib sourceforge net apidocs jdk15 net sf json test JSONAssert html JSONAssert class: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: {test: '1'}, {rest: '2'} }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: {rest: '2'}, {test: '1'} }");With the message:junit framework AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key list];: arrays first differed at element 0];: objects differed at key test]; .
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Features:
  • Or even simpler: JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}");.
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.
Usability:
  • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match.
  • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert.assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode.NON_EXTENSIBLE); The NON_EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't.
  • Features: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Or even simpler: JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', baz: 'qux'}", {foo: 'bar', baz: 'xyzzy'}");.. details
      • With an expected value of _{id:1}_, this would still pass: _{id:1,moredata:'x'}_.). details
      • A test looks something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Whil this solution works for the order of data items within the JSON, it will fail if the order of elements within arrays does not match.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • So you'd have something like this: JSONAssert.assertEquals(expected, data, JSONCompareMode.NON_EXTENSIBLE); The NON_EXTENSIBLE mode means that any new or missing fields cause failures, but the order doesn't.. details
      • You could try using json-lib's URL_http://json- lib.sourceforge.net/apidocs/jdk15/net/sf/json/test/JSONAssert.html [JSONAssert] class: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details