Mined Opinions For API: org.apache.axis2

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  • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format).. details
  • Following this small tutorial: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for- axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.. details
  • Following this small tutorial: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for- axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.. details
  • The value of the first key-value pair must not be an array.. details
  • This because the converter has to know which XML tag should be used for each value: e.g.. details
  • Only the first key-value pair will be considered.. details
  • This is because JSON is mapped to XML-like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key-value pair is considered as root.. details
  • In my experience, the JSON parser for WSO2 ESB (based on Axis2-json) supports only a subset of JSON: 1.. details
  • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it.. details
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction.. details
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it.. details
  • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction.. details
  • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now... details
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now... details
  • Sorry for the late reply..let me see if Message Relay solves my problem... details
  • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder/formatter for application/json in place of default axis2 builder/formatter pair.Have a look at [this]( URL_http://docs.wso2.org/display/ESB403/Message+Relay) .. details
  • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON.Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON.The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases.. details
  • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON.Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON.The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases.. details
  • { "**root**" : ... } ) to fake the parser.. details
  • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.apache.axis2 using topic modeling.
  • 0. subset base esb wso2 experience find documentation point direction solution: 3
    • In my experience, the JSON parser for WSO2 ESB (based on Axis2-json) supports only a subset of JSON: 1.. details
    • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it.. details
    • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction.. details
  • 1. pair key root wiki onestoppage badgerfish converter standard representation format: 7
    • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format).. details
    • Following this small tutorial: axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.. details
    • This because the converter has to know which XML tag should be used for each value: e.g.. details
    • The value of the first key-value pair must not be an array.. details
    • Only the first key-value pair will be considered.. details
    • This is because JSON is mapped to XML-like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key-value pair is considered as root.. details
    • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • 0. message builder relay solve formatter typically serialize weve place exist: 6
    • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now... details
    • Sorry for the late reply..let me see if Message Relay solves my problem... details
    • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder/formatter for application/json in place of default axis2 builder/formatter pair.Have a look at [this]( .. details
    • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON.Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON.The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases.. details
    • { "**root**" : ... } ) to fake the parser.. details
    • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.axis2 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.
  • Only the first key value pair will be considered .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • Examples would be helpful .
  • This is because JSON is mapped to XML like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key value pair is considered as root .
  • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format) .
  • Following this small tutorial: axis2 wiki OneStopPage axis2 wiki OneStopPage I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • Examples would be helpful .
  • Only the first key value pair will be considered .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • In my experience, the JSON parser for WSO2 ESB (based on Axis2 json) supports only a subset of JSON: 1 .
  • This is because JSON is mapped to XML like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key value pair is considered as root .
  • The value of the first key value pair must not be an array .
  • This because the converter has to know which XML tag should be used for each value: e g .
  • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format) .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • Only the first key value pair will be considered .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • In my experience, the JSON parser for WSO2 ESB (based on Axis2 json) supports only a subset of JSON: 1 .
  • This is because JSON is mapped to XML like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key value pair is considered as root .
  • The value of the first key value pair must not be an array .
  • This because the converter has to know which XML tag should be used for each value: e g .
  • Following this small tutorial: axis2 wiki OneStopPage axis2 wiki OneStopPage I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly .
  • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it .
  • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this .
  • { "**root**" : } ) to fake the parser .
  • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder formatter for application json in place of default axis2 builder formatter pair Have a look at this]( .
  • Sorry for the late reply let me see if Message Relay solves my problem .
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now .
  • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases .
  • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this .
  • { "**root**" : } ) to fake the parser .
  • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder formatter for application json in place of default axis2 builder formatter pair Have a look at this]( .
  • Sorry for the late reply let me see if Message Relay solves my problem .
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now .
  • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases .
  • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this .
  • { "**root**" : } ) to fake the parser .
  • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder formatter for application json in place of default axis2 builder formatter pair Have a look at this]( .
  • Sorry for the late reply let me see if Message Relay solves my problem .
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now .
  • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases .
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.axis2 using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
  • far i 've found apache axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution .
  • i hope some of you can point me in the right direction .
  • examples would be helpful .
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.axis2 using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Features:
  • The value of the first key-value pair must not be an array.
  • { "**root**" : ... } ) to fake the parser.
Documentation:
  • Following this small tutorial: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for- axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Examples would be helpful.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • N/A
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now..
Usability:
  • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format).
  • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now..
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Examples would be helpful.. details
      • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • Documentation: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Following this small tutorial: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for- axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.. details
      • Examples would be helpful.. details
      • Examples would be helpful.. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • The value of the first key-value pair must not be an array.. details
      • Only the first key-value pair will be considered.. details
      • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction.. details
      • I hope some of you can point me in the right direction.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • The problem is that the returned JSON, doesn't look like a standard JSON representation (Not even in badgerfish format).. details
      • Following this small tutorial: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for- axis2/wiki/OneStopPage [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonp-support-for - axis2/wiki/OneStopPage] I was able to configure my Axis 2 web service correctly.. details
      • This because the converter has to know which XML tag should be used for each value: e.g.. details
      • This is because JSON is mapped to XML-like datastructure, and XML must have a root, so the first key-value pair is considered as root.. details
      • In my experience, the JSON parser for WSO2 ESB (based on Axis2-json) supports only a subset of JSON: 1.. details
      • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it.. details
      • So far I've found Apache Axis2 apparently which might have at least part of the solution, but I don't see enough documentation for it to know if it will do what I need, or how to use it.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • { "**root**" : ... } ) to fake the parser.. details
  • Bug: 4
    1. general: 4
      • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now... details
      • Sorry for the late reply..let me see if Message Relay solves my problem... details
      • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON.Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON.The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases.. details
      • I have the same problem here and want to find a fix for this.. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • well actually i modified the source for the message builder and it solved the problem atleast for now... details
      • If you don't wish to build or manipulate the message within the ESB, you can use message relay message builder/formatter for application/json in place of default axis2 builder/formatter pair.Have a look at [this]( URL_http://docs.wso2.org/display/ESB403/Message+Relay) .. details
      • Typically this means a RESTful API with JSON.Theres one issue weve come across, where were dealing with an existing Web API which is presenting in JSON.The problem is where arrays are incorrectly serialized in certain cases.. details