Mined Opinions For API: org.apache.cxf

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  • @Prabhathkesav it works with collection and single element: URL_http://pastebin.com/j8RbYkc3 .. details
  • For some reason cxf just preferred for me to call .flush() and not .close().. details
  • Please check the answer that I have provided.. details
  • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
  • I'm currently trying to develop a simple proof of concept for a REST application using CXF 2.6.4.. details
  • In both case the CODETERM7 is working ( CODETERM8 ) The skeleton of this very basic project is here : URL_https://github.com/wooxorg/sandbox [ URL_https://github.com/wooxorg/sandbox ] CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I try to get CODETERM2 working but i cant produce CODETERM3 .. details
  • I got this error CODETERM4 When i switch from CODETERM5 to CODETERM6 it works!. details
  • Thank you very much for any help :) .. details
  • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?. details
  • Please advice what kind of annotations I've to provide to this method.. details
  • thnx for the reply... details
  • For server-side there are Apache CXF, Spring MVC, and a lot other frameworks, that support RESTful web services.. details
  • Groovy & Scala are great things, but they are not Java, but JVM languages.. details
  • (There are a lot like Apache CXF, Spring MVC web services).. details
  • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).. details
  • I resolved this by adding a provider list with CODETERM1 to the CODETERM2 method, which resolved marshalling the object.. details
  • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).. details
  • My suggestion would be to use a jaxrs implementation, like cxf.. details
  • We have a whole set of JAX-RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson.We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great.. details
  • Best Practices : JSON for data exchange for RESTful web services using apache CXF.. details
  • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.. details
  • Go for it!. details
  • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.. details
  • URL_http://cxf.apache.org/ [An-Open-Source-Services-Framework-From-Apache] -**CXF** has been designed to provide a pluggable architecture that supports not only XML but also non-XML type bindings, such as JSON and CORBA, in combination with any type of transport.. details
  • And for even simpler handling, JAX-RS services (Jersey, RESTeasy, CXF) can further simplify handling, to reduce code you need compared to raw servlets.. details
  • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure).. details
  • Need more information -- what kind of Java object do you want to operate on?. details
  • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure).. details
  • It actually looks like not only are you using CXF, you are not using Jackson's json serialization.. details
  • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter/setter auto-detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing).. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
  • I have not used it, but according to URL_http://cxf.apache.org CXF supports both SOAP and REST/HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats.. details
  • I've had CXF recommended to me by others.. details
  • If you want the ability to support a SOAP service as well as a RESTful one, check out URL_http://cxf.apache.org/ [Apache-CXF] .. details
  • My main problem was sending multiple parameters to my web service method, expecting the web service to consume them as JSon.. details
  • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice-versa is handled itself by the CXF apis.. details
  • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.. details
  • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.. details
  • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet-stream).. details
  • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet-stream).. details
  • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2.7.6. .. details
  • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2.7.6. .. details
  • cxf uses jettison by default.. details
  • any idea to solve my problem ?. details
  • I am not lucky to find any solution to that.. details
  • But Java framework that will save time for boilerplate coding of client-server communication.. details
  • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients.. details
  • What am I doing wrong?. details
  • When I attempt to read, I get this error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my CODETERM4 , but this causes the Create operation to fail.. details
  • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my CODETERM4 , but this causes the Create operation to fail.. details
  • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response.. details
  • CXF's default JSON serializer is Jettison which adds the '@' symbols.. details
  • However, you can make Jackson the default with some Spring xml config: URL_http://cxf.547215.n5.nabble.com/Overriding-the-default - Jettison-JSON-Provider-td1223554.html.. details
  • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
  • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user-defined type.. details
  • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user-defined type.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.apache.cxf using topic modeling.
  • 0. service resolve marshal provide jackson rest kind care pojos jacksonjsonprovider: 11
    • For some reason cxf just preferred for me to call .flush() and not .close().. details
    • Please check the answer that I have provided.. details
    • Thank you very much for any help :) .. details
    • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?. details
    • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).. details
    • I resolved this by adding a provider list with JacksonJsonProvider to the JAXRSClientFactory.create method, which resolved marshalling the object.. details
    • We have a whole set of JAX-RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson.We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great.. details
    • Go for it!. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • I've had CXF recommended to me by others.. details
    • If you want the ability to support a SOAP service as well as a RESTful one, check out Apache-CXF .. details
  • 1. jackson jettison change start jaxrs asl resteasy working jersey approach: 6
    • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
    • I try to get jackson-mapper-asl working but i cant produce jackson-jaxrs .. details
    • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure).. details
    • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter/setter auto-detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing).. details
    • It actually looks like not only are you using CXF, you are not using Jackson's json serialization.. details
    • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
  • 2. kind jackson jax start circular couple setup configuration standard provide: 4
    • Please advice what kind of annotations I've to provide to this method.. details
    • My suggestion would be to use a jaxrs implementation, like cxf.. details
    • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.. details
    • Need more information -- what kind of Java object do you want to operate on?. details
  • 3. provide binding combination services architecture corba transport pluggable open thnx: 2
    • thnx for the reply... details
    • An-Open-Source-Services-Framework-From-Apache -**CXF** has been designed to provide a pluggable architecture that supports not only XML but also non-XML type bindings, such as JSON and CORBA, in combination with any type of transport.. details
  • 4. mediatype photoservice service wadl message rest jax simple jersey resteasy: 5
    • @Prabhathkesav it works with collection and single element: .. details
    • I got this error "No message body writer has been found for response class Photo." When i switch from MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON to MediaType.APPLICATION_XML it works!. details
    • In both case the wadl is working ( localhost/photoservice-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT/rest/photoservice?_wadl ) The skeleton of this very basic project is here : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Best Practices : JSON for data exchange for RESTful web services using apache CXF.. details
    • And for even simpler handling, JAX-RS services (Jersey, RESTeasy, CXF) can further simplify handling, to reduce code you need compared to raw servlets.. details
  • 5. rest service side proof develop spring concept mvc simple lot: 5
    • I'm currently trying to develop a simple proof of concept for a REST application using CXF 2.6.4.. details
    • For server-side there are Apache CXF, Spring MVC, and a lot other frameworks, that support RESTful web services.. details
    • Groovy & Scala are great things, but they are not Java, but JVM languages.. details
    • (There are a lot like Apache CXF, Spring MVC web services).. details
    • I have not used it, but according to CXF supports both SOAP and REST/HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats.. details
  • 0. jettison provider jackson response jaxb low rockey bandwidth wire html: 11
    • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.. details
    • cxf uses jettison by default.. details
    • any idea to solve my problem ?. details
    • I am not lucky to find any solution to that.. details
    • But Java framework that will save time for boilerplate coding of client-server communication.. details
    • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients.. details
    • What am I doing wrong?. details
    • When I attempt to read, I get this error: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • However, you can make Jackson the default with some Spring xml config: - Jettison-JSON-Provider-td1223554.html.. details
    • CXF's default JSON serializer is Jettison which adds the '@' symbols.. details
    • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
  • 1. service exception expect parameter consume send multiple main versa conversion: 4
    • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice-versa is handled itself by the CXF apis.. details
    • My main problem was sending multiple parameters to my web service method, expecting the web service to consume them as JSon.. details
    • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet-stream).. details
    • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response.. details
  • 2. jackson create jettison stream provider jacksonjsonprovider altogether resolve raw deal: 4
    • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2.7.6. .. details
    • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my JAXRSClientFactory.create , but this causes the Create operation to fail.. details
    • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user-defined type.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.apache.cxf 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.
  • (There are a lot like Apache CXF, Spring MVC web services) .
  • Groovy & Scala are great things, but they are not Java, but JVM languages .
  • We have a whole set of JAX RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great .
  • It actually looks like not only are you using CXF, you are not using Jackson's json serialization .
  • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter setter auto detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing) .
  • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure) .
  • I have not used it, but according to CXF supports both SOAP and REST HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats .
  • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?.
  • Please advice what kind of annotations I've to provide to this method .
  • Best Practices : JSON for data exchange for RESTful web services using apache CXF .
  • We have a whole set of JAX RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great .
  • I'm currently trying to develop a simple proof of concept for a REST application using CXF 2 6 4 .
  • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter setter auto detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing) .
  • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison .
  • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison .
  • I have not used it, but according to CXF supports both SOAP and REST HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats .
  • JAX RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running .
  • An Open Source Services Framework From Apache **CXF** has been designed to provide a pluggable architecture that supports not only XML but also non XML type bindings, such as JSON and CORBA, in combination with any type of transport .
  • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?.
  • And for even simpler handling, JAX RS services (Jersey, RESTeasy, CXF) can further simplify handling, to reduce code you need compared to raw servlets .
  • For server side there are Apache CXF, Spring MVC, and a lot other frameworks, that support RESTful web services .
  • We have a whole set of JAX RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great .
  • It actually looks like not only are you using CXF, you are not using Jackson's json serialization .
  • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter setter auto detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing) .
  • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure) .
  • I have not used it, but according to CXF supports both SOAP and REST HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats .
  • JAX RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running .
  • An Open Source Services Framework From Apache **CXF** has been designed to provide a pluggable architecture that supports not only XML but also non XML type bindings, such as JSON and CORBA, in combination with any type of transport .
  • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?.
  • And for even simpler handling, JAX RS services (Jersey, RESTeasy, CXF) can further simplify handling, to reduce code you need compared to raw servlets .
  • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients .
  • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax ws rs InternalServerErrorException: java io IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2 7 6 .
  • cxf uses jettison by default .
  • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available .
  • **Edit:** i was confused were using cxf, not jersey .
  • However, you can make Jackson the default with some Spring xml config: Jettison JSON Provider td1223554 html .
  • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user defined type .
  • I am not lucky to find any solution to that .
  • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response .
  • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients .
  • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax ws rs InternalServerErrorException: java io IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2 7 6 .
  • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet stream) .
  • When I attempt to read, I get this error: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my JAXRSClientFactory.create , but this causes the Create operation to fail .
  • My main problem was sending multiple parameters to my web service method, expecting the web service to consume them as JSon .
  • I am not lucky to find any solution to that .
  • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response .
  • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice versa is handled itself by the CXF apis .
  • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients .
  • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax ws rs InternalServerErrorException: java io IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2 7 6 .
  • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet stream) .
  • **Edit:** i was confused were using cxf, not jersey .
  • CXF's default JSON serializer is Jettison which adds the '@' symbols .
  • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my JAXRSClientFactory.create , but this causes the Create operation to fail .
  • My main problem was sending multiple parameters to my web service method, expecting the web service to consume them as JSon .
  • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response .
  • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice versa is handled itself by the CXF apis .
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    • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison .
    • cxf uses jettison by default .
    • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison .
    • cxf uses jettison by default .
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Features:
  • Please check the answer that I have provided.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you very much for any help :) .
  • What am I doing wrong?
Performance:
  • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).
  • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.
Usability:
  • For some reason cxf just preferred for me to call .flush() and not .close().
  • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice-versa is handled itself by the CXF apis.
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
  • Performance: 2
    1. general: 2
      • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.. details
      • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure).. details
  • Features: 5
    1. general: 5
      • Please check the answer that I have provided.. details
      • thnx for the reply... details
      • (There are a lot like Apache CXF, Spring MVC web services).. details
      • Go for it!. details
      • Need more information -- what kind of Java object do you want to operate on?. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).. details
  • Usability: 26
    1. jackson: 2
      • JAX-RS is a java standard, Jackson library is fast and handles circular references and Apache CXF needs only a couple of lines of configuration to setup and start running.. details
      • Also, even without knowing this, users often ditch jettison as soon as they have tried Jackson ("pure" JSON) approach, and I think CXF also supports Jacksons (Jersey and RESTeasy do for sure).. details
    2. service: 1
      • If you want the ability to support a SOAP service as well as a RESTful one, check out URL_http://cxf.apache.org/ [Apache-CXF] .. details
    3. scala: 1
      • Groovy & Scala are great things, but they are not Java, but JVM languages.. details
    4. spring: 1
      • For server-side there are Apache CXF, Spring MVC, and a lot other frameworks, that support RESTful web services.. details
    5. list: 1
      • I resolved this by adding a provider list with CODETERM1 to the CODETERM2 method, which resolved marshalling the object.. details
    6. rest: 2
      • I'm currently trying to develop a simple proof of concept for a REST application using CXF 2.6.4.. details
      • We have a whole set of JAX-RS REST services running on top of Apache CXF and Jackson.We use JAXB annotations to take care of marshalling POJOs to JSON, works great.. details
    7. general: 7
      • @Prabhathkesav it works with collection and single element: URL_http://pastebin.com/j8RbYkc3 .. details
      • For some reason cxf just preferred for me to call .flush() and not .close().. details
      • In both case the CODETERM7 is working ( CODETERM8 ) The skeleton of this very basic project is here : URL_https://github.com/wooxorg/sandbox [ URL_https://github.com/wooxorg/sandbox ] CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I try to get CODETERM2 working but i cant produce CODETERM3 .. details
      • I got this error CODETERM4 When i switch from CODETERM5 to CODETERM6 it works!. details
      • My suggestion would be to use a jaxrs implementation, like cxf.. details
      • I've had CXF recommended to me by others.. details
    8. json: 6
      • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
      • Best Practices : JSON for data exchange for RESTful web services using apache CXF.. details
      • URL_http://cxf.apache.org/ [An-Open-Source-Services-Framework-From-Apache] -**CXF** has been designed to provide a pluggable architecture that supports not only XML but also non-XML type bindings, such as JSON and CORBA, in combination with any type of transport.. details
      • It actually looks like not only are you using CXF, you are not using Jackson's json serialization.. details
      • I am using Apache CXF which supports JSON through Jettison.. details
      • I have not used it, but according to URL_http://cxf.apache.org CXF supports both SOAP and REST/HTTP bindings and XML, JSON and FastInforset message formats.. details
    9. client: 1
      • I cannot seem to resolve this issue(while using the same client object).. details
    10. jax-rs: 1
      • And for even simpler handling, JAX-RS services (Jersey, RESTeasy, CXF) can further simplify handling, to reduce code you need compared to raw servlets.. details
    11. configuration: 1
      • If you want to use ObjectMapper you probably want to start with defaults, and try to change things according to what you want to change, and not by starting with a set of configuration overrides (for example: you are disabling getter/setter auto-detection, which doesn't seem like something you should be doing).. details
    12. annotations: 2
      • The question is, what kind of annotations I have to provide to this method?. details
      • Please advice what kind of annotations I've to provide to this method.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Bug: 7
    1. general: 7
      • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.. details
      • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet-stream).. details
      • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2.7.6. .. details
      • any idea to solve my problem ?. details
      • When I attempt to read, I get this error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my CODETERM4 , but this causes the Create operation to fail.. details
      • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user-defined type.. details
  • Usability: 16
    1. exception: 1
      • The problem I was having was that any exception I threw from within the filtering step was getting turned into a different exception by CXF (the one about the unknown writer for octet-stream).. details
    2. jackson: 2
      • The trick was to extend the JacksonJsonProvider (which we use in CXF to force it to use Jackson instead of Jettison) and tell it to bypass Jackson altogether when dealing with raw Strings: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • However, you can make Jackson the default with some Spring xml config: URL_http://cxf.547215.n5.nabble.com/Overriding-the-default - Jettison-JSON-Provider-td1223554.html.. details
    3. service: 1
      • My main problem was sending multiple parameters to my web service method, expecting the web service to consume them as JSon.. details
    4. client-server: 1
      • But Java framework that will save time for boilerplate coding of client-server communication.. details
    5. request: 1
      • My concern is, if the number of scenarios increase in future we will have to additional pojos for request and response.. details
    6. general: 5
      • I had never run into this before because all of my other exceptions were thrown from places where @Produces was available.. details
      • I am not lucky to find any solution to that.. details
      • I can resolve this by removing the provider from my CODETERM4 , but this causes the Create operation to fail.. details
      • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
      • The problem is XmlValue would not take a user-defined type.. details
    7. json: 4
      • Also the conversion from pojo to json and vice-versa is handled itself by the CXF apis.. details
      • I am having almost the exact same problem where I get "WARNING: javax.ws.rs.InternalServerErrorException: java.io.IOException: Stream closed" when I try to access any RESTful JSON service using Apache CXF 2.7.6. .. details
      • Json Response String is {"0":{"0":"Rockey","1":"John"}} I am using Apache CXF Framework with Jettison as the JSON Provider also uses JAXB to wire the data to low bandwidth clients.. details
      • CXF's default JSON serializer is Jettison which adds the '@' symbols.. details
    8. jettison: 1
      • cxf uses jettison by default.. details