Mined Opinions For API: ognl

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  • Thank you very much!. details
  • To make this working you need to add CODETERM3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
  • other something like this ?. details
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.. details
  • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator.. details
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.. details
  • Update about Ognl: it works!. details
  • But then I tried CODETERM4 which works and in the same way CODETERM5 also should work which implements CODETERM6 interface.. details
  • It doesn't work because firstly the value CODETERM1 in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object).. details
  • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.. details
  • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.. details
Summaries the opinions about ognl using topic modeling.
  • 0. expression jsonobject implement long big dot unlike jsp build evaluator: 9
    • Thank you very much!. details
    • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET .. details
    • To make this working you need to add list=Object.List3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
    • other something like this ?. details
    • But then I tried net.sf.json.JSONObject which works and in the same way org.json.simple.JSONObject also should work which implements Map interface.. details
    • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.. details
    • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator.. details
    • Update about Ognl: it works!. details
  • 0. expression firstly attribute select evaluate mention bit earlier regular path: 2
    • It doesn't work because firstly the value <sj:select> in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object).. details
    • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.. details
Summaries of the opinions about ognl 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.
  • other something like this ?.
  • To make this working you need to add list=Object.List3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Update about Ognl: it works!.
  • But then I tried net.sf.json.JSONObject which works and in the same way org.json.simple.JSONObject also should work which implements Map interface .
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem .
  • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator .
  • Thank you very much!.
  • other something like this ?.
  • To make this working you need to add list=Object.List3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Update about Ognl: it works!.
  • But then I tried net.sf.json.JSONObject which works and in the same way org.json.simple.JSONObject also should work which implements Map interface .
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem .
  • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator .
  • Thank you very much!.
  • other something like this ?.
  • To make this working you need to add list=Object.List3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Update about Ognl: it works!.
  • But then I tried net.sf.json.JSONObject which works and in the same way org.json.simple.JSONObject also should work which implements Map interface .
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem .
  • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator .
  • Thank you very much!.
  • It doesn't work because firstly the value <sj:select> in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object) .
  • The json path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance .
  • It doesn't work because firstly the value <sj:select> in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object) .
  • The json path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance .
  • It doesn't work because firstly the value <sj:select> in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object) .
  • The json path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance .
Summaries of the opinions about ognl using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
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Features:
  • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you very much!
  • N/A
Performance:
  • N/A
  • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.
Bug:
  • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • To make this working you need to add CODETERM3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • It doesn't work because firstly the value CODETERM1 in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object).
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Features: 2
    1. general: 2
      • then JSON string will look like CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • other something like this ?. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.. details
  • Usability: 6
    1. general: 6
      • To make this working you need to add CODETERM3 parameter in the JSON result CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
      • But the expression is anyway going to be not very long which makes this not a big problem.. details
      • Ognl unlike EL is not tied to JSP so its easy to implement as generic Object expression evaluator.. details
      • Update about Ognl: it works!. details
      • But then I tried CODETERM4 which works and in the same way CODETERM5 also should work which implements CODETERM6 interface.. details
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • It doesn't work because firstly the value CODETERM1 in the list attribute is used to evaluate the OGNL expression, then when failed it's used as a name of JSON array (if a map is used then to the JSON object).. details
      • The json-path project I mentioned earlier uses too many regular expression which makes me a bit skeptical about its performance.. details