Mined Opinions For API: org.glassfish.jersey

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  • It looks like your client is POSTing the TestConfig object as JSON, but with a Content-Type of "text/plain.". details
  • Thanks a lot.. details
  • Thanks This worked.. details
  • Ah, thank you!. details
  • @Perception thank you.. details
  • thank you very much :).. details
  • Yeah, sometimes it's the answers lower-down on the list that actually end-up working.. details
  • Yeap I did add the mapping bit com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true .. details
  • One of the best ways to use Jersey is using IoC.. details
  • I am retuning values via REST so the user will see the returned fields.. details
  • You have there a full working REST server Jersey example with Tomcat as server and Android on client side.. details
  • Thank you.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • Can you post how the JSON sent from the server looks like?. details
  • You have dependency on jersey-media-json-jackson or directly on Jackson 2.x and no other JSON provider (i.e.. details
  • Jersey is the reference implementation of JAX-RS, a web services standard.. details
  • It should work like Jersey, I don't want to hand things off, the MVC controller should be wrapped with a JSON aspect layer (probably through annotations) that allows it to send and receive JSON.. details
  • Looks like you're outputting an object, not a string.. details
  • Thanks for this.. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • Thanks This worked.. details
  • I'm interested in server side of thing.. details
  • By the way, in my last Jersey project I didn't use @XmlRootElement property, I just had an ordinary JavaBean, and all worked fine (i.e.. details
  • It worked perfectly.. details
  • @Tichodroma Thank you, there are so many acronyms in Java world :).. details
  • @SotiriosDelimanolis: Ah okay that's clear.. details
  • (or even jersey 1.x).. details
  • I'll in a minute!.. details
  • If you don't, using the default one provided by Jersey is enough (JSONConfiguration feature).. details
  • It seems this might be the answer: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12982199 /jersey-response-for-empty-list-is-null-instead-of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together.. details
  • I was thinking something like [this]( URL_http://pastebin.com/XJy4gkNj)Also since I'll be receiving various files on the client, how should I treat the HttpResponse's entity response?. details
  • Maybe "[jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /)" is a good keyword to start with for you.. details
  • @agksmehx - you can do this in Jersey by defining a custom context resolver.. details
  • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /) or [resteasy]( URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy) .. details
  • @Tichodroma Thank you, there are so many acronyms in Java world :).. details
  • @androniennn Jersey uses Jackson iirc with the @Produces(json) annotation, which uses reflection to convert your object to json.. details
  • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
  • @Brian, obviously the web service is not responding correctly, that's for sure, but if the mapping to JSON is made by Jersey automatically.... details
  • I really appreciate you help @MikO, the links that you have provided are very helpful, I prefer fixing the serialization issue of Jersey more than working around with parsing in Gson.. details
  • This solution is simple and elegant.. details
  • I am pretty sure I can help help you as I have used jpa, jersey and jackson extensively but I do not understand your question.. details
  • Maybe this link is helpful: URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/1.17/json.html .. details
  • I've been able to get it working with JAXB, but I'm specifically looking for Jersey POJO writing, not JAXB writing.. details
  • I created a new question for this that I'd like you to answer here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18646747/how-to-produce-json-output-with - jersey-1-17-1-using-jaxb This can help others.. details
  • no i mean that you will have to provide an entry either in web.xml or some another config file which will tell jersey to use json support.. details
  • It seems this might be the answer: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12982199 /jersey-response-for-empty-list-is-null-instead-of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together.. details
  • I created a new question for this that I'd like you to answer here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18646747/how-to-produce-json-output-with - jersey-1-17-1-using-jaxb This can help others.. details
  • Maybe this link is helpful: URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/1.17/json.html .. details
  • Nice.... details
  • see this : URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json - And these are the easier solutions !.. details
  • @Sikorski You mean actually a solution like the one provided in the answer of TheArchitect?. details
  • Works fine, but I have to do it in this way inside the resource method: JAXBContext context JAXBContextFactory.createContext(new Class[] {ONIXMessage.class}, null); How can I fetch the eclipselink JAXBContext from Jersey?. details
  • I had to use a Map instead and let Jersey parse it correctly.... details
  • thanks, this worked great, but what if I want to consume a whole folder structure?. details
  • see this : URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json - And these are the easier solutions !.. details
  • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /) or [resteasy]( URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy) .. details
  • @Sikorski You mean actually a solution like the one provided in the answer of TheArchitect?. details
  • Maybe "[jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /)" is a good keyword to start with for you.. details
  • Solution: I ended working around this by creating DTOs to replace these ADTs.. details
  • If you use Firebug or something similar to monitor the actual POST to /subscribe/{topic}, 1) what value do you see for the request header Content-Type and 2) what does the actual request body look like?. details
  • Since you're using Jackson 1.9.x to (un)marshall JSON, make sure you have CODETERM1 module in your dependency list and that you're registering URL_htt ps://jersey.java.net/apidocs/latest/jersey/org/glassfish/jersey/jackson/Jackso nFeature.html [JacksonFeature] in your application, i.e.. details
  • Thanks in advance.. details
  • Take a look at the URL_https://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr339/index.html [JAX- RS-spec] or Jersey User Guide especially section devoted to URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json [JSON] ( URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#d0e6192 [JAXB- based-JSON-support] ).. details
  • Take a look at the URL_https://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr339/index.html [JAX- RS-spec] or Jersey User Guide especially section devoted to URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json [JSON] ( URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#d0e6192 [JAXB- based-JSON-support] ).. details
  • Seems at first similar to URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20569891 /moxy-list-of-objects-xml-and-json-cant-get-both-look-good [this-question] but I'm not trying to mix the types of object in my lists.. details
  • If I define the nested list as an CODETERM1 sub-class then the JSON appears correct but not the XML (see "ExternalLocations" below).. details
  • JSON sample showing "locations" list correct but not "facilities"** See that the "facilities" list is a JSON object containing a JSON array, whereas I just want the JSON array (with the pluralised element name).. details
  • I'm using MOXy with Jersey to implement a RESTful API and want to return lists naturally for JSON and XML, by which I mean that the XML contains an element tag for the overall collection as well as the collection items, whereas the JSON contains a tag for the collection only.. details
  • XML sample showing "facilities" list correct but not "locations"** See that there is no XML element that wraps the "locations" list (as there is for "facilities"), and also that each location has a pluralised element name.. details
  • If I use a class to wrap the nested list, then the XML appears correct but not the JSON (see "ExternalFacilities" below).. details
  • Seems at first similar to URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20569891 /moxy-list-of-objects-xml-and-json-cant-get-both-look-good [this-question] but I'm not trying to mix the types of object in my lists.. details
  • I have several other POJOs working without issue.. details
  • The values returned by the getters are not null.. details
  • please improve your question by adding java as a tag and including 'Jersey API' in the title.. details
  • What eventually helped me was a dependecy which includes pretty much every thing you need.. details
  • Dependencies Remove both CODETERM1 (this module doesn't exist any more in Jersey 2.x) and CODETERM2 (which is only for Jersey 1.x) and add one of the modules CODETERM3 (JAXB) or CODETERM4 (POJO).. details
  • web.xml Remove CODETERM5 and CODETERM6 which are Jersey 1.x specific and have no use in Jersey 2.x.. details
  • some solutions here point to web.xml and things like POJOMappingFeature.. details
  • Thanks in advance .. details
  • Actually I try to develop an application with client and server infrastructure .So i need to have html files in the client to consume the jersey web-services in serverside.It is really helpful if i make $.getJSON or $.ajax call from the html file in another project inorder to consume the web service.. details
  • I'm trying to create a very simple RESTful web service using Jersey.. details
  • I want it to be displayed like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • I was considering using some third-party libraries like Jackson to store all the data and then return a Jackson object to the client (Jersey can transfer a Jackson object to right JSON format data automatically).. details
  • But the result is like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Thx!. details
  • I don't have enough for an answer yet but.. details
  • I don't have enough for an answer yet but.. details
  • I am working on a jersey web services.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19113280/jersey-rest-services-showing- exception-javax-ws-rs-webapplicationexception-java [like-this] following is the json string i received at my jersey client CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.. details
  • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.. details
  • You say you are using Jersey/JAX-RS, so you URL_https://github.com/skyscreamer/yoga [Yoga] should be of particular interest.. details
  • Is there are better way to do this dynamically besides using @JsonIgnore?Below is some "Demonstration" code to help clarify my question.. details
  • Request 1 should return entity A with properties X,Y in the JSON response Request 2 should return entity A with properties X,Y,Z in the JSON response Entity A is configured such that property Z is using @JsonIgnore so it is not returned in the JSON response Problem How do I return property Z in Request 2 if it is set to @JsonIgnore in the entity?. details
  • I tried to upgrade and found that all the standard mappers were missing, when trying to use Jersey and Jackson.. details
  • So In the request i see that the date is formated like CODETERM1 , but in the response the date is like an unixtimestamp and my Deserializer throws an Exception CODETERM2 Why my Server don't use my (De)Serializer classes?. details
  • So In the request i see that the date is formated like CODETERM1 , but in the response the date is like an unixtimestamp and my Deserializer throws an Exception CODETERM2 Why my Server don't use my (De)Serializer classes?. details
  • It was nice to hear from you and learn about MOXy.. details
  • However I would also like to generate a bunch of hypermedia in the same json object for which i need to use uriinfo from jersey.. details
  • But the answer (for Jersey 2.2 + Jackson at least) was a more up-to-date provider CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Try this last solution, you can of corse make it more modular to support other types, but thats the idea.. details
  • tried that as well, but I get the expected error, that jersey does not know how to map the returned class in my action: A message body writer for Java class xxx, and Java type class xxx, and MIME media type text/plain was not found.. details
  • A good question!. details
  • Do I need something to add support for JSON?. details
  • Then Jersey can decode the JSON object for you transparently and voila!. details
  • Any pointers would be great!. details
  • Read a custom header and its value from Request: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Jersey 2.0 provides support for JSON using MOXy an Jackson.. details
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
  • Please any advice would be great!!. details
  • Thanks.. Bang on.. details
  • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
  • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
  • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
  • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
  • Is there some possibility to just say "please add json support"?. details
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • For More Information URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] This is the way I would recommend using MOXy with Jersey, or any other JAX-RS provider.. details
  • For More Information URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] This is the way I would recommend using MOXy with Jersey, or any other JAX-RS provider.. details
  • URL_https://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY-753 [ URL_https://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY-753 ] This method of producing JSON has some limitations and may not be what your ultimately want.. details
  • I have a relatively simple RESTful web service which uses Jersey and Eclipselink MOXy.. details
  • The interesting thing is that I can successfully unmarshall the exact same JSON string if I plug it into this code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • The service-side looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • notificationAddress is null.If I post using XML, it still works ok. UPDATE#2: I have reduced my code to the smallest subset that demonstrates the problem, and you can get it here: URL_https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2a6iqw65ey0ahrk/D2ILi_722z [ URL_https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2a6iqw65ey0ahrk/D2ILi_722z ] The above link contains a .zip with 2 Eclipse projects; TestService (the Jersey RESTful service that accepts a Subscription object) and TestPage (a .html page with some JavaScript to POST a subscription object in either JSON or XML).. details
  • I have used happily Jersey/JAX-RS but I would suggest you Spring MVC 3**, not only for the rest api support but also for other interesting stuff as IoC or beans that could turn out to be useful.. details
  • :) A bit of code (basically mark your bean, as you said, with @XmlRootElement and use @Path to mark the API) JAX-RS bean: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • It seems on official jersey site ( URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ) the documentation is pretty old.. details
  • It seems on official jersey site ( URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ) the documentation is pretty old.. details
  • It makes the code much easier to understand.. details
  • When, for example there are 5 entries in the list, the response JSON ends up looking like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • The DTO is part of the 'natural class set' and its JAXBContext resolver context is configured to use natural notation and root unwrapping as so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Sounds like Jersey accidentally tried to deserialize non-JSON stuff (simple Strings, maybe?). details
  • Could you please add a code snippet with your web-service method signature?. details
  • Could you please add a code snippet with your web-service method signature?. details
  • I have good experience with Jersey, which is the reference implementation of jax-ws.. details
  • Please I really need your help CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • And for the empty list to look like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • But I really need JSON Data to look like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Thanks in advance I used CODETERM3 as presented in this question : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16674207/jersey-serialize-empty-list- and-single-element-list-as-an-array [Jersey-serialize-empty-list-and-single- element-list-as-an-array] But I think the better way is to use CODETERM4 but the problem with this configuration that it working only for one Class and It is not resolving the issue with the empty list.. details
  • I would greatly appreciate your help.. details
  • It brings along more complexity than it sounds like you need.. details
  • It brings along more complexity than it sounds like you need.. details
  • Thanks in advance CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • And I get an error in my android application CODETERM1 I would greatly appreciate your help.. details
  • My JSON data look like this when I set CODETERM2 CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • My Project class is like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!. details
  • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!. details
  • You could do something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Thanks in advance .. details
  • And in android side I deserialize the JSON response like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • I would greatly appreciate your help to solve this problem.. details
  • I'm using Jersey in the server side REST Web service, I only get the error when the List returned one single element and when it has CODETERM1 I get CODETERM2 But when it has more than one it works perfectly, and this is how I'm doing it : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • This works like a charm!. details
  • It seems like everything is there.... details
  • Now you can do whatever you want with your list of words working with a proper Java CODETERM1 .. details
  • Then you send it using Jersey API, I think that it's correct (although I'm not an expert in Jersey...) Then your problem is that you are not deserializing the JSON correctly in your web service.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • Thanks for the hint.. details
  • Please, provide the code of com.test.Jsonexample class.. details
  • Download URL_https://maven.java.net/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=releas es&g=com.sun.jersey.samples&a=jacksonjsonprovider&v=1.13&c=project&e=zip to get a complete example using POJO based JSON support.. details
  • Download URL_https://maven.java.net/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=releas es&g=com.sun.jersey.samples&a=jacksonjsonprovider&v=1.13&c=project&e=zip to get a complete example using POJO based JSON support.. details
  • How can I adjust the following mapping so it'll recognize the relationship and save correctly?. details
  • Currently the CODETERM2 is NULL when it's saved and I have to query for the entity manually.. details
  • Currently the CODETERM2 is NULL when it's saved and I have to query for the entity manually.. details
  • in the following class I want to receive (with POST) values for 'name' and for 'confidential', buy while returning (with GET) I only need 'name' value, not 'confidential'.. details
  • I hope this is not a Jackson or Jersey bug.. details
  • Thanks for the input though.. details
  • Once I added all 12 jars to my classpath I finally got rid of the error and works great returning JSON.. details
  • I hope this helps somebody.. details
  • @Maged Did you update your web.xml like explained in the article?. details
  • your JSON Should look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • I think PathParam and also a Param which should unmarshalled by Jersey(JAX-RS) is not possible.Please try to remove the PathParam Parameter.. details
  • My method signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • The single instance method works fine.. details
  • Similar questions have been asked before and one straight forward suggestion was to change the consumed media type to text and de-serialize the URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11237102/jax-rsjersey-to-consumes- array-of-json-object-in-post-request [JSON-manually] but I'd prefer a cleaner solution.. details
  • Thank you, /David .. details
  • I've only used flexjson, but the other 2 have very good reps. For HATEOAS, there is spring-hateoas (on github) or Jersey.. details
  • Thanks .. details
  • I Appreciate your help.. details
  • Hope this helps someone else who may have been stuck with the same or similar problem.. details
  • I have included the libs shown in this screenshot: URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/EJj5O.png [LIBS] And this is my web.xml (part of it) com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true The Jersey resource CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • If you would like to continue to use Jersey's direct object mapping feature, then yes - creating an object that holds the list of "Ratings" is the best way to go.. details
  • No actually the tutorial is fine (working).. details
  • No actually the tutorial is fine (working).. details
  • I have it working fine with JSON as follows: PHP: (using httpful phar) CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Thank you!. details
  • I can't thank you enough for this solution, Blaise!.. details
  • I can't thank you enough for this solution, Blaise!.. details
  • I've added EclipseLink to the Eclipse forums I'm active in, but I have successfully integrated this solution into my Jersey ReST server application.. details
  • I've added EclipseLink to the Eclipse forums I'm active in, but I have successfully integrated this solution into my Jersey ReST server application.. details
  • calls down to a thin business logic layer, then a super-thin DAO layer atop simple POJOs (like Address and Person) except for Person needing a Map, then in-and-out of a database underneath.. details
  • It's that simple.. details
  • Jersey is a great JAX-RS framework, EclipseLink provides JAXB & JPA implementations and is not a Jersey replacement.. details
  • Or can I be successful in just adding this Map adapter for Jersey to call?. details
  • Thanks for this solution; I hope I can use it.. details
  • Thanks for this solution; I hope I can use it.. details
  • Is the point to abandon Jersey in favor of a different framework, i.e.. details
  • Thank you for the quick and impressive answer.. details
  • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web.xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and Java type class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and MIME media type application/json; charset=UTF-8 was not found.. details
  • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web.xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and Java type class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and MIME media type application/json; charset=UTF-8 was not found.. details
  • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front-end then its fine.To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [jersey] or URL_http://code.google.com/p/acris/wiki/GWTJsonizer [GWTJsonizer] and can store easily that to DB.. details
  • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front-end then its fine.To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [jersey] or URL_http://code.google.com/p/acris/wiki/GWTJsonizer [GWTJsonizer] and can store easily that to DB.. details
  • This exact approach works.. details
  • The problem is that it's only working for the CODETERM4 property and not the CODETERM5 property.. details
  • Update: I confirmed that CODETERM9 marshalling is indeed working for scalar CODETERM10 properties by adding a scalar CODETERM11 property and observing the expected output in the JSON.. details
  • i.e it should be possible to have a model that can generate sensible xml and json.. details
  • That's what the first sentence of my question above, "I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true" is referring to.. details
  • i'm working on a project for university, wich makes me mad.I need to develop a webservice with jersey, but every request sends me just this CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I just don't know what it could be.I hope you can help me.. details
  • I just don't know what it could be.I hope you can help me.. details
  • I recently added a filter that does some auth stuff, and it works in the happy-path case.. details
  • However, when I need to throw an error from within this filter, instead of serializing the exception into a pretty json string it, it throws a 500 with the following error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • It's easy to get this wrong : as far as I can tell, even the google spreadsheet api doesn't respond correctly to preflights, meaning that you can't actually change any data from javascript.. details
  • Using Java 6, Tomcat 7, Jersey 1.15, Jackson 2.0.6 (from FasterXml maven repo), & www.json.org parser, I am trying to pretty print the JSON String so it will look indented by the curl -X GET command line.. details
  • Would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.. details
  • This is adding newline escape sequences and placing double quotes (but not indenting like it should it does have 4 spaces after the new line but its all in one line).. details
  • I created a simple web service which has the following architecture: My POJOs (model classes): Family.java CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • And by the way, surprisingly, it works when I return a Response with one Promotion object only given as an entity and I get that "@class" field.. details
  • Thanks to that, when I return a list of objects: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • But what is usually used is URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gircz.html [Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
  • Since the XML requests are working, I assume that these generated objects are correct.. details
  • So what my Java model parts looks like this CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I've though of only using one object containing all fields (text, link, data), but i'd prefer this type of design which appears better me.. details
  • Thanks, .. details
  • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
  • Thanks in advance!. details
  • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
  • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
  • Thanks in advance!. details
  • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
  • And voil!. details
  • And voil!. details
  • It integrates well with jersey, just drop the jar in your classpath and everything will work.. details
  • I get the following JSON object (with the second item in the ArrayList being added!. details
  • Thank you for taking the time to read this... .. details
  • If you can tell, I printed out the value of the car.getMake() String and inside the console / shell, it ways says this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA9 .. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
  • To pass your specialized JSONJAXBContext to Jersey, you will finally need to implement a JAXBContext ContextResolver: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
  • You could use Jettison (coming with Jersey) and prepare the structure you would like to have yourself using CODETERM1 and CODETERM2 as return values.They are in the package CODETERM3 of CODETERM4 which is a transitive dependency of CODETERM5 .. details
  • Thanks for your time.. details
  • Shouldn't the first case return something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • The code is executed correctly and data is returned to the client (a jQuery ajax call).The problem is that the format of the returned data changes if the "result" array has one element or more than one.. details
  • This code works fine if I transfer a class ( MyClass ) that has @XmlRoolElement Client CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • But if I try to transfer a primitive, like String, Integer, Boolean, etc... Client CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Also for doing json<>java databiding you can check Genson library URL_http://code.google.com/p/genson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/genson/ ] , it integrates well with Jersey.. details
  • I changed it to string but its not working yet.. details
  • And as a bonus with jersey you only need to have genson in your classpath and voila!. details
  • After some research I think that using URL_http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2727-deploy-java-restful-application-on- the-google-app-engine/ [jersey] is a good .. details
  • After some research I think that using URL_http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2727-deploy-java-restful-application-on- the-google-app-engine/ [jersey] is a good .. details
  • Now using the CODETERM10 again on that CODETERM11 CODETERM12 with the CODETERM13 type it deserializes correctly.. details
  • [NOTE] This approach is preferred cause It provide the user who invokesyour web service information about the status of the transaction or service .. details
  • I am returning errors on all exceptions and ok with CODETERM1 when successful.. details
  • I see, updated the question now!.. details
  • Without customized resolver you don't get proper json[] array fields if Java list is empty.. details
  • But I think the correct JSON string should be: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • My second method looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Calling this method in a Browser will display a "good" JSON String like that: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • So: What is the correct json representation of Strings and other value types and what annotations I have to set for my method to produce these?. details
  • Thanks in advance.. details
  • Thanks in advance.. details
  • @BlaiseDoughan Yes, is uses a standard approach to (un)marshall representations but IT IS NOT the standard approach to (un)marshall JSON in Jersey: Jackson is.. details
  • This approach uses the standard 'MessageBodyReader/Writer interfaces to interact with the Jersey client API and clearly demonstrates that you do NOT need to use Jackson to produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey.. details
  • To produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey one have to use Jackson!. details
  • This is easy, quick, and was designed as this by the Jersey team.. details
  • One Method is CODETERM1 , that is called like CODETERM2 to get the whole List of Items from the resource CODETERM3 (see below).. details
  • Probably best to do this by filing an issue at URL_http://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY and attach the file there.. details
  • I just tried it on a Jersey servlet (which uses Jackson) and it worked fine.. details
  • Hi Martin, Thank you so much for your effort.. details
  • Hi Martin, Thank you so much for your effort.. details
  • I hoped for something more simple.. details
  • I hoped for something more simple.. details
  • Also worth mentioning I am using Jackson 1.9.2 and Jersey 1.13 .. details
  • What features are you looking for beyond that that make Jersey/Sitebricks more attractive to you?. details
  • Thanks for any help you may give.. details
  • This is how a simple resource class in my project is looking: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I'm guessing the code for sending a file would be something like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • What kind of annotations should I use?. details
  • Thanks .... .. details
  • I am trying with simple Jersey + Json example but i get following error CODETERM1 i put following jar files for getting appropriate result CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Answer from Kim Burgaard above works also for Jersey Spring WS.. details
  • I think you should change even the response's Content-Type header according to that magical query parameter.. details
  • So far so good.. details
  • Then I can POST an XML fragment that looks like CODETERM1 and my method will be invoked with a CODETERM2 instance.. details
  • In my resource I can declare a method like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • So I annotated the classes like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Add the following param to the jersey servlet in web.xml file, this is required for the latest 1.x versions of jersey-servlet.. details
  • I'd like to to GET a Java object with a REST call, using Jersey.The question: can I send object of class A and receive object of class B, if A has all B's members?. details
  • Moxy is much prettier :) But one of the reasons to move to make our data available via Json is to reduce transmission bandwidth so is it possible to get MOXy to generate all one line, and without the extra spaces around each : ?. details
  • Please review the link, review your code and your test client configuration ... and post back what you find!. details
  • Again - cool :) 4) How do you do that?. details
  • Cool :) 3) The traceback shows the client is expecting XML ... but getting JSON instead.. details
  • Thank you in advance... .. details
  • 6) Suggestion: look at this other tutorial - it might point you in the right direction: URL_http://www.vogella.com/articles/REST/article.html [ URL_http://www.vogella.com/articles/REST/article.html ] NOTE: _WHATEVER_ you need to do - it should be _REALLY_ simple!. details
  • Thank you!. details
  • I would be grateful to if you could help me on this matter.. details
  • What I'm unable to do is deal with it within my CODETERM1 method.!. details
  • I would appreciate any indication as to how to accomplish this.. details
  • Note sadly that URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5794713/java-util- map-to-json-object-with-jersey-jaxb-jackson [Java.util.Map-to-JSON-Object- with-Jersey-/-JAXB-/-Jackson] was not helpful, though it showed great promise.. details
  • In this way when I'm using the REST service Jersey will use the ObjectMapper defined in the Provider; when storing the stuff Jackson will use the standard ObjectMapper.. details
  • That's it!. details
  • :D Hope this will help someone else to waste less time!. details
  • The following blog post (not mine) shows one way to configure Jersey, and the comments link through to alternative (possibly simpler) ways to make the JSON representation correct for arrays: URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey-and-single- element-arrays.html [ URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey - and-single-element-arrays.html] .. details
  • 2) MyFooDTO is simply a POJO that looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true.. details
  • On the server: 1) my web.xml has POJO Mapping set to true.. details
  • My test code looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • 3) MyFooCollectionWrapper looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Any help very gratefully received!. details
  • and the relevant resource signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • ( URL_https://groups.google.com/d/topic/google-appengine- java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
  • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
  • //cheers .. details
  • Generating more json like json from JAXB and Jersey.. details
  • But if I return a simple String, the result is not really what I expected.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • Are there any best practices?. details
  • With jersey the common way would be to define two simple java pojos and a simple Resource: CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • JAX-RS is a REST framework (Java Api for Rest-like web Services), and Jersey is the JAX-RS reference implementation.. details
  • So you can use whatever mechanism for consuming and producing data, but Jersey comes bundled with a useful set already.. details
  • Jersey uses serialization frameworks like JAXB (xml) and Jackson (json, bson, xml, csv) for actual reading/writing of content.. details
  • Thanks - what is the difference between jersey and jax B ?. details
  • I've been trying to figure out how to get that desired output for a while, but I've had no luck.. details
  • while I have been playing with @QueryParam and @PathParam without results...always null.... details
  • I am only getting null values for all params.. details
  • I am only getting null values for all params.. details
  • Thanks for your help!. details
  • I am developing RESTful services with Jersey and it works great with GET methods.. details
  • Jersey POST Method is receiving null values as parameters.. details
  • I have a webservice which return this kind of json object : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I have a working json service which looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The query object looks like this and when posting a json representation of that Query object it works out nice.. details
  • Any help or pointer in the right direction would be much appreciated.. details
  • It worked with Jersey 1.12 as well.. details
  • for this case that you gave in the question, I think it would be enough to pass a String and then parse it for the int value: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Please can someone help me?. details
  • best regards .. details
  • It works without the additional integer.. details
  • and the Json in the body looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I have a problem with posting JSON to a Jersey REST service - GET is working perfectly but POST seems tricky.. details
  • I've been working on this problem for awhile now, with no solution so far.. details
  • I've been working on this problem for awhile now, with no solution so far.. details
  • Any help is much appreciated!. details
  • I have a ajax posts a JSON to a server uses Jersey REST GET, but nothing is working, I'm wondering if its the right way to do it.Here is my previous questions with code regarding to the problem: code in java implements in the server: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • here is my problem:i have jquery that creates json that needs to be posted in jersey, a server running by grizzly that has a REST webservice gets incoming json object which need to be outputed.Im giving a try but not sure how to implement this correctly, please check and correct me, thanks!. details
  • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
  • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
  • While I would have loved for Jersey to be able to handle it automatically, I could not get it to work with jQuery correctly (probably something on my side, not a problem with Jersey).. details
  • Aside from the small issue, Jersey has been great to work with!. details
  • if the media type requested by the client is any of application/javascript, application/x-javascript, text/ecmascript, application/ecmascript or text/jscript, then Jersey returns the object wrapped by the callback.. details
  • We are migrating from an old PHP base to a Jersey-based JVM stack, which will ultimately provide a JSON- based RESTful API that can be consumed from many applications.. details
  • We essentially have all of our responses returning JSON (using @Produces("application/json") and the com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature set to true) but for JSONP support we need to change our methods to return an instance of JSONWithPadding.. details
  • My ideal solution is to have no impact on our data or logic layers and instead have some code that says "if there is a call back parameter, surround the JSON with the callback, otherwise just return the JSON".. details
  • Things have been really good so far and we love the easy POJO-to-JSON conversion.. details
  • What are the best practices?. details
  • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.. details
  • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.. details
  • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
  • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
  • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
  • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
  • So, you've got two choices: 1. configuring JAXB to be more standard ( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1145476/how-do-i-marshal-nested-lists-as-json-using-jersey-i-get-an-array-of-nulls-or-a [see-here] for more); 2. using Jackson instead of JAXB which I recommend.. details
  • I inspected the JSON returned and everything seems good at the RESTful Server end, but the nested JSON response is not clearly processed at the Client.. details
  • Any help would be greatly appreciated.. details
  • Given a class like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as CODETERM2 ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an CODETERM3 .. details
  • It seems that apparently this is because Jersey uses a POJO->JSON mapper other than Jackson, and for reasons that elude me, they thought it would be a great idea to automatically unwrap single-element lists.. details
  • According to the article, the solution lies in extending and customizing the provider to correct how singleton lists and empty lists are formatted into JSON.. details
  • The Jersey documentation mentions this POJOMappingFeature/FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING prominently (it's the first example in the doc page I linked in the question), but doesn't describe exactly what it means, and from the way that document presents its information I thought this option (5.1, "POJO support") was at odds with option 5.2 ("JAXB based JSON support") which sounded more like what I wanted.. details
  • The Jersey documentation mentions this POJOMappingFeature/FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING prominently (it's the first example in the doc page I linked in the question), but doesn't describe exactly what it means, and from the way that document presents its information I thought this option (5.1, "POJO support") was at odds with option 5.2 ("JAXB based JSON support") which sounded more like what I wanted.. details
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson] to my project configure Jersey to enable URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.pojo.approach.section [FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING] slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy.. details
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson] to my project configure Jersey to enable URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.pojo.approach.section [FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING] slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy.. details
  • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
  • Useful thread URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9483764/java-webservice [Java-WebService] .. details
  • Useful thread URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9483764/java-webservice [Java-WebService] .. details
  • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
  • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
  • It's just automatic.. details
  • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
  • It also supports templating.. details
  • I would love to avoid that if possible since the sending logic is basically the same in all subclasses.. details
  • You can not, for example, just ask for value of type CODETERM5 , since it does not have such annotation.. details
  • Currently I do the standard thing: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Hi I've got a scenario where I would like to control the content type return by a jersey web-service dynamically without using request header content-type.. details
  • I've looked around but haven't seen anything helpful, one suggestion is to sent json as the default, but this is something I'd want to avoid doing.. details
  • So therefore, I'd like to use a flag in my request or something clever to specify the content- type returned.. details
  • (A side effect is that mvn clean test works against it also) If any one is interested, ping me and I can see if the company will allow me to OpenSource it and get it up on GitHub.Or perhaps even document it via my own site URL_http://www.randomactsofsentience.com [ URL_http://www.randomactsofsentience.com ] .. details
  • An added benefit is that it can act as a pseudo-classloader and avoids jar-hell.. details
  • CURL calls look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • The first calls gets a perf hit as Jersey configures stuff, but it works just peachy.. details
  • With natural notation, Jersey will automatically figure out how individual items need to be processed, so that you do not need to do any kind of manual configuration.. details
  • I'd like to be able to accept and return both JSON and XML, and have this mostly working but I don't like the default "mapped" flavor of JSON that Jersey likes to spit out.. details
  • This works, but only for types I explicitly list out in that code, and pass to the JSONJAXBContext constructor.. details
  • Not only is this extra code to write and maintain, and change if I add more data classes, but it doesn't work for things like List.. details
  • I've also tried implementing my own ContextResolver which applies a JSONJAXBContext I instantiated from Java code, where I can apply JSONConfiguration.natural() (an example of this looks like URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/2877953/275581 [this-answer] ).. details
  • But be aware that the POJO Mapping will also return NULL values in the JSON.. details
  • But I'm trying to keep this nice and generic without adding extra classes all over.. details
  • This works just fine, but when I do something more complicated: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • I can get it to work if I manually create a class like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • Using Jersey I'm defining a service like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • But thanks anyway.. details
  • But thanks anyway.. details
  • But thanks anyway.. details
  • But thanks anyway.. details
  • Thank you .. details
  • I have the correct MIME TYPES in my request.. details
  • Does Jackson with Jersey support polymorphic classes over JSON?. details
  • I've thought about this kind of implementation: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Will the Child's extra member fields be serialized, as well ?Basically, I want to know if these frameworks support polymorphic consume & respond.. details
  • Thanks, it works now.. details
  • Aside from Jersey (and other JAX-RS impls like RESTeasy), which use Jackson, you might also benefit from using something like URL_http://jdbi.org/ [jDBI] for binding relational data in POJOs first.It does many things bigger ORMs (like Hibernate) do, but is simpler to use for most common tasks.. details
  • You can also use JPA annotations on the same objects and a JPA provider like Eclipse Link for a lot of your database needs.. details
  • Jersey (JAX-RS) is a really good offering.. details
  • Most importantly... what is the functional difference between the different apis for xml and json data mapping i.e.. details
  • Since this is a highly voted java+json question, might be nice to summarize answers; especially since this is a rather old question, and many new options have become available (Spring MVC, Jersey/RESTeasy/CXF/Restlet; Gson/Jackson/FlexJSON).. details
  • I wrote a blog post ages ago about forcing Jersey to serialize single element arrays correctly, not sure if it's out-dated now (its from mid-2010!. details
  • Let me know if this works for you, if not I can post my JSON client code.. details
  • I have created a small Jersey Client that gets a JSON resource from a Rails server and unmarshalles it into a POJO but I could not get it to work yesterday but today I was successful!. details
  • The XML output looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • And the json output looks like CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • But I want that it looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • The class _Result_ has a map, annotated with XmlJavaTypeAdapter to correctly serialize it to xml.. details
  • Jersey marshals this class to and unmarshals from XML just fine; however, Jersey can't unmarshal from JSON correctly.. details
  • If you do ever happen to figure out what's going on, do please post an update.. details
  • Spring and Jersey add funny things to JSON handling.. details
  • Hope that's some help.. details
  • Adding getFeatures().put(JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING, Boolean.TRUE) to the ResourceConfig implementation is what's needed for the non-servlet case.. details
  • Adding getFeatures().put(JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING, Boolean.TRUE) to the ResourceConfig implementation is what's needed for the non-servlet case.. details
  • It's pretty easy.. details
  • It's pretty easy.. details
  • Try it, maybe this time it will work well (and Jersey works either with XML and JSON).. details
  • The browser is working fine, but not when I want to transform the response using Jersey from json to pojo.. details
  • Please, give me the HTTP trace (Web Browser can print those, if you don't know how, ask).. details
  • But they are always empty!. details
  • I want to parse the values from the JSON-Post into Java-Variables.. details
  • Any help would be nice, I just don't get it.. details
  • If i try it like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Any help would be nice, I just don't get it.. details
  • Try with Jersey!. details
  • I would recommend you to take a look at the following discussion regarding its internals URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1071749/how-to-reuse-jerseys-json-jaxb- for-serialization [related-post] .. details
  • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.. details
  • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.. 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
  • Anyone else have any luck with this?. details
  • I'm trying to return a List from jersey, which works fine in XML, but when I go to output it as JSON, it claims, "A message body writer for Java class ... and Java type ... and MIME media type application/json was not found".. details
  • Thanks for your replies.. details
  • Jersey JSON key/value order.. details
  • Thanks, but I was specifically interested in a solution integrated with Jersey.. details
  • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
  • This involves creating a CODETERM2 like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • So it seems it's common sense to plug a CODETERM5 like mine into Jersey so I can tune the JSON to something I like.. details
  • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
  • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
  • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
  • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
  • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. 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
  • Is there any way to customise the JSON field names 'entry', 'key' and 'value'?. details
  • The object that produces this JSON looks like this, I'm using the same class on the client side: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Jersey GenericEntity Not Working.. details
  • I don't know why this isn't the default setting, and it took me a while figuring it out, but if you want working JSON conversion with Jersey, add CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Jersey is standard.. details
  • I must have butchered it when removing the xml annotations ... the good news is we know it uses jersey ... A message body writer for Java type, class texlege.converter.legislatorsConverter, and MIME media type, application/json, was not foundSEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error)javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException at com.sun.jersey.spi.container.Cont ainerResponse.write(ContainerResponse.java:268).. details
  • I cant seem to post JSON to my webservice but XML works fine: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Any help would be greatly appreciated.. details
  • edit: I asked my question another way to try to make it clear: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5881058/how-to-map-a-bean-structure- to-a-different-schema-with-jax-rs [how-to-map-a-bean-structure-to-a-different- schema-with-jax-rs] .. details
  • Summary is not present as an attribute in the received json, but as a value of the "fields" attribute.. details
  • I insist on unmarshalling to this structure: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Looks like I misunderstood how Jersey JSON/POJO works.. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • I want to receive and emit JSON objects from Java classes like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • This requirement seems extremly basic to me; I can't believe that this is the generally accepted solution to this, especially since Jersey is really one of the more fun parts of Java.. details
  • This should be converted into JSON like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • REST is resource-centric, not operation-centric (like RPC).. details
  • If you want to use only the _Servlet_ part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path/template parameters from the URI yourself.. details
  • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
  • If you want to use only the _Servlet_ part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path/template parameters from the URI yourself.. details
  • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. 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
  • 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
  • Just make sure your pojos are annotated correctly.. details
  • Here is a simple pojo CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • How do I use the Jersey JSON POJO support?. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • I have an object that I'd like to serve in JSON as a RESTful resource.. details
  • My Download class looks pretty much like this (and as I've mentioned already - this works pretty fine when used directly): CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • When I use a list of Strings - everything works perfectly fine!. details
  • Are their other configuration options in Jersey to get the 'simple' POJO JSON representation (because this fits best to clients which have to deserialize the JSON result).. details
  • It works fine in simple tests like this (with my XML annotated classes): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • It works fine in simple tests like this (with my XML annotated classes): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • And it seems like Jersey picked it up during start up:Jan 24, 2011 2:53:23 PM com.sun.jersey.api.core.ScanningResourceConfig logClassesINFO: Provider classes found: class com.mypackage.MyJsonProvider And it works fine for serialization, but when I tried to deserialize a string like "2010-01-25 00:00:00", I'm getting a mapping error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • It seems like Jersey is still using JacksonJsonProvider to handle the deserialization somehow.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1434931/getting-json-from-jersey-with-circular-dependencies [Jersey] (Use @JsonIgnore instead of @XmlTransient to break the circular dependency) URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [Gson] (doesn't support circular references.. details
  • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1434931/getting-json-from-jersey-with-circular-dependencies [Jersey] (Use @JsonIgnore instead of @XmlTransient to break the circular dependency) URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [Gson] (doesn't support circular references.. details
  • Never got around to trying this but it does seem like the best option.. details
  • So you are probably using a framework (my guess: JAX-RS implementation like maybe Jersey)?. details
  • The interesting part is adding/removing an employee from a team.. details
  • After dwindling a lot with Jersey and HATEOAS I have come to the opinion that the best representations for a RESTful WS is Atom Syndication Format coupled with JSON.. details
  • In addition to be able to export URIs in JSON representation to a DTO, the approach that I take is, I have DTO representing the _data model for its persistent_ storage and I have a representation model** representing hyperlinked (de)serializable version of DTO where I store string value as hyperlink.. details
  • Since this has to do with Jersey the first thing I would recommend is to avoid JAXB all together since JAXB (in context of XML or JSON) ain't HATEOAS.. details
  • The example I'm working with models the relationship between employees andteams.. details
  • When I request JSON for my output type, all my attribute names start with an asterisk like this, This object; CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Thanks a lot!.. details
  • Thanks a lot!.. details
  • This works!. details
  • This works!. details
  • Try setting the content type header: postMethod.addRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json"); Btw, I strongly recommend URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • Try setting the content type header: postMethod.addRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json"); Btw, I strongly recommend URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • I've been googling and can't seem to locate a good and simple example of returning JSON from a Jersey resource.. details
  • If I must, I can surround that JSON with {"feeds": ... }, but having this be optional would be best.. details
  • It sounds like it has a way to do this built in, but it looks like I need to add annotations to my POJOs.. details
  • There is no pre-packaged way to do what you want as Jersey is nicely integrated with Spring via the URL_http://blogs.oracle.com/enterprisetechtips/entry/jersey_and_spring [Jersey-Spring] API so there's really no reason to re-invent the wheel.. details
  • EDIT2: Like Jersey, I am looking for REST support (POST,GET,DELETE,PUT).. details
  • I currently use Jersey and it's good.. details
  • I'd like to be able to write out nested lists, like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I'm working on a project which uses Jersey to convert objects to JSON.. details
  • The object I'd like to convert first represented data as a <LinkedList<LinkedList<String>>>, and I figured Jersey would just do the right thing.. details
  • URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
  • As already mentioned, URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] (JAX-RS impl) is the framework to use; but for basic mapping of Java objects to/from JSON, URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/Tutorial [Tutorial] is good.. details
  • Jackson works nicely with Jersey as well, either using JAX-RS provider jar, or even just manually.Similarly it's trivially easy to use with plain old servlets; just get input/output stream, call ObjectMapper.readValue() and .writeValue(), and that's about it.. details
  • For JSON I don't know anything, but if you want to implement a RESTful API, you might be interested in URL_http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=311 [JSR-311] which defines a server-side API for RESTful APIs and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] , which is its reference implementation.. details
  • For JSON I don't know anything, but if you want to implement a RESTful API, you might be interested in URL_http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=311 [JSR-311] which defines a server-side API for RESTful APIs and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] , which is its reference implementation.. details
  • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Obviously there is much more to it, but URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] makes all that stuff quite easy.. details
  • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Obviously there is much more to it, but URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] makes all that stuff quite easy.. details
  • It might be worth looking into URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • It might be worth looking into URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • Good luck!. details
  • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?. details
  • Just started learning webservices in jersey and its confusing me a quite bit.. details
  • I have added jersey-json dependency but the problem's still the same.. details
  • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15094620/unable-to-make-cors-post-request - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.. details
  • It seems to be a problem only with one of my methods.. details
  • I kept searching for a much more complex cause.. details
  • I included artifact "jersey-json" in my pom.xml and it solved my problem.. details
  • The problem must be in Jersey's serialization.... details
  • It's as if the failure to create the TestConfig object in the Jersey resource (publish(TestConfig t) blocks the POST from completing.. details
  • Actually that is what I'm using I Added jersey-json to my maven dependencies then I used JAXBContextResolver, Is that what you mean or I misunderstand ?. details
  • A field that isn't mentionned in the Fields class seems to trigger this error: Exception in thread "main" com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: org.codehaus.jackson.map.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field "timetracking" (Class com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.domain.IssueFields), not marked as ignorable (tried with Element as well as a Field class, same result).. details
  • Thanks I had this problem for quite a while, I saw somewhere in the jersey documenation that it would scan the classpath for providers and the JacksonProvider would be automatically discovered but this appears to be incorrect.. details
  • The problem must be in Jersey's serialization.... details
  • Thanks, now I'm working with Jersey, and REST services don't look so difficult as they seamed before.. details
  • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey... and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data... and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining... so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem.... details
  • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.. details
  • Otherwise, where is the error, if he doesn't have any serialization code?!. details
  • Thanks I'll try adding jersey-media-json-jackson but the link seems to be broken.. details
  • But when running it I am getting "SEVERE: Allocate exception for servlet Jersey REST Servicejava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.json.JSONArray".. details
  • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15094620/unable-to-make-cors-post-request - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.. details
  • I have added jersey-json dependency but the problem's still the same.. details
  • This is essential when configuring JerseyTest too, otherwise only the server part of a JerseyTest will work with POJOs and the client in your test class will fail: URL_https://java.net/projects/jersey/lists/users/archive/2011-07/message/43 .. details
  • It seems to be a problem only with one of my methods.. details
  • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
  • Yes, my exception mapper works, but not for those.... details
  • I later found a Jackson jaxrs provider that will hook up to Jersey automatically as opposed to the jackson module provided by Jersey which required configuration.. details
  • I'm getting the exact same error.. details
  • Have to go, sorry.. details
  • I have Edit the Json, this one missed the 10 first characteres.. details
  • I do not have a clue about Jersey, sorry.. details
  • A field that isn't mentionned in the Fields class seems to trigger this error: Exception in thread "main" com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: org.codehaus.jackson.map.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field "timetracking" (Class com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.domain.IssueFields), not marked as ignorable (tried with Element as well as a Field class, same result).. details
  • Sorry, I messed up the sample code while anonymizing it.. details
  • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey... and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data... and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining... so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem.... details
  • where is the service broken?!. details
  • The question is quite unclear... You only get the error when the returned List as 1 element?. details
  • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.. details
  • Otherwise, where is the error, if he doesn't have any serialization code?!. details
  • But when running it I am getting "SEVERE: Allocate exception for servlet Jersey REST Servicejava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.json.JSONArray".. details
  • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
  • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?. details
  • Then the output will be (assuming CODETERM3 also has a no-arg constructor): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • I get following exception of server console: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I am most familiar with Jersey, which exposes URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/apidocs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client /ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputStream() [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/api docs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client/ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputSt ream()] It would be used by invoking CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I am most familiar with Jersey, which exposes URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/apidocs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client /ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputStream() [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/api docs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client/ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputSt ream()] It would be used by invoking CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get a code base that allows me to return the output like this for both XML and JSON.. details
  • and i get the following error: message org.glassfish.jersey.message.internal.MessageBodyProviderNotFoundException: MessageBodyWriter not found for media type=application/json In my WEB-INF/lib folder I have the last release of jersey JAX-RS implementation (jaxrs-ri-2.5.jar) and the jersey-json.jar archive.. details
  • The serialization of the object using Jersey's Jackson default serializers with the added metadata will be the following... CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I'm adding this as my own answer because i think this will help anyone with a horrible working copy of Jersey in the future.. details
  • so anyhow, this solution worked for me and I am spending time to record this in SO in case if I ever happen to fall into this error, I would not have to waste my sleepy nights.. details
  • so anyhow, this solution worked for me and I am spending time to record this in SO in case if I ever happen to fall into this error, I would not have to waste my sleepy nights.. details
  • Dependencies (from the POM File): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Dependencies (if using maven): CODESNIPPET_JAVA8 .. details
  • Now i have been create an html page in another project** where i will put same $.getJSON call which specified above will throw error in console as CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • but when i try through script way it will show CORS error occurs.. details
  • Now i have been create an html page in another project** where i will put same $.getJSON call which specified above will throw error in console as CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • What have I done wrong?. details
  • There are no errors.. details
  • The problem is that I get an error when I pass a JSON to it.. details
  • I want to eliminate this field from the result.. details
  • Choose which fields you want to see at call-time Navigate entity relationships in a single call for complex views .. details
  • @Pete I tested this code outside of Jersey, but I was able to reproduce your original exception and resolve it with this code.. details
  • Here is an example on how to implement a bodywriter/reader URL_http://code.google.com/p /genson/source/browse/src/main/java/com/owlike/genson/ext/jersey/GensonJsonCon verter.java.. details
  • Do you need to serve up the resource as a _real_ text/plain to any clients or can you live with telling lies for good reasons?. details
  • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [MOXy] and JSON support would work _out-of-the-box_ (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [MOXy] and JSON support would work _out-of-the-box_ (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • My ajax requests keep getting the "Unsupported Media Type" error and status.. details
  • Looks like Jersey has undergone a lot of changes recently and I'm at a loss as to where I should be looking.. details
  • I get this regardless of what CODETERM1 and CODETERM2 annotations I add to my methods though they should both be CODETERM3 .. details
  • So every time i send this request the following error appears: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Edit 1, exception stacktrace:** CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • So what i m doing wrong?. details
  • I am now struggling for a considerable amount of time trying to configure Moxy and it seams to be way more complicated than what was adding CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Currently I just get a lot of Internal Server Error errors without any log entries on the server and just think "I have to do something totally wrong, this can't be so hard" Can anyone give me a hint?. details
  • Now I am trying to build a war application to provide a JSON Webservice API.. details
  • Currently I just get a lot of Internal Server Error errors without any log entries on the server and just think "I have to do something totally wrong, this can't be so hard" Can anyone give me a hint?. details
  • For a while the following bug existed in Jersey that prevented MOXy from being used in this way which may be what you are hitting now.. details
  • For a while the following bug existed in Jersey that prevented MOXy from being used in this way which may be what you are hitting now.. details
  • JSON deserialisation failing (HTTP 400) with Jersey / MOXy.. details
  • I can POST requests to the service if the data is formatted as XML, but if I send it as JSON instead, the server generates an HTTP 400 (Bad Request), with the message: "The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect.".. details
  • You can use a CODETERM3 to make it a little cleaner as regards the generics.. details
  • I searched a lot I couldnt find a solution for my problem.. details
  • I'm struggling with serialization an emplty list and single element list in Jersey for days now.. details
  • I searched a lot I couldnt find a solution for my problem.. details
  • Your issue results really weird for me... it seems that there must be some problem with Jersey's JSON serialization of single element arrays... if you Google "_Jersey JSON single element arrays_" you'll find the same issue, like URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey-and-single- element-arrays.html [here] or URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13575280 /jersey-json-array-with-1-element-is-serialized-as-object [here] .. details
  • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?. details
  • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?. details
  • Surround all calls to Jersey for parsing in a Try{ }catch() block, where the catch should return an error code and not process further.. details
  • Surround all calls to Jersey for parsing in a Try{ }catch() block, where the catch should return an error code and not process further.. details
  • Well why not skip Jackson entirely and grab the output directly from jersey.. details
  • Digging into jersey source code I noticed the class "WadlGeneratorJAXBGrammarGenerator" the following code : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • So still no idea why it happens but in my case the solution was to disable the wadl generation since I was not using it.Just add the following param to your web.xml CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I use Google App Engine and have struggled a lot with this also, if you use jersey-bundle-1.17.jar most of the stuff work until you add CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Without having to use that kind of solution: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 [ URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 ] (My problem with the linked solution is the necessity to declare a bloated copy-constructor).. details
  • Without having to use that kind of solution: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 [ URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 ] (My problem with the linked solution is the necessity to declare a bloated copy-constructor).. details
  • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
  • I know that this post is old and you figured this out a long time ago, but just to save the people who will read this some time.You probably forgot to add annotation to the entity you are passing to the endpoint, so Jersey does not know how to process the POJO it receives.Annotate the pojo with something like this: @XmlRootElement(name "someName") .. details
  • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
  • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
  • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
  • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
  • If you are using POJO mapping or want to exclude fields only for some requests, you should construct the JSON with the URL_http ://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.low.level.approac h.section [low-level-JSON-API] .. details
  • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
  • This exception happens only at first call.. details
  • I have developped some rest services using jersey on app-engine.I have an exception when I call this services for the first time.. details
  • exception at first call of jersey service on app engine.. details
  • This problem has been evoked here : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10860142/appengine-java-jersey-jackson- jaxbannotationintrospector-noclassdeffounderror [Appengine-java---Jersey /Jackson-JaxbAnnotationIntrospector-NoClassDefFoundError] I tried to apply the suggested solution and add the jackson-xc library to my project.But I'm still having the exception.. details
  • This problem has been evoked here : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10860142/appengine-java-jersey-jackson- jaxbannotationintrospector-noclassdeffounderror [Appengine-java---Jersey /Jackson-JaxbAnnotationIntrospector-NoClassDefFoundError] I tried to apply the suggested solution and add the jackson-xc library to my project.But I'm still having the exception.. details
  • This exception happens only at first call.. details
  • My first impression would be to consider this an error message, purely based on the way the message is phrased ("couldn't find").. details
  • So my question is whether these log messages indicate a (potential) problem with the way we are configuring or using Jersey.. details
  • So my question is whether these log messages indicate a (potential) problem with the way we are configuring or using Jersey.. details
  • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link.. details
  • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link.. details
  • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this.I've look the URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [jackson-docs] , URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [jersey-docs] and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully.. details
  • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this.I've look the URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [jackson-docs] , URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [jersey-docs] and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully.. details
  • problem was that library jersey-jason was missing!. details
  • unfortunately it gives back same error and doesn't access the service...this is really weird because I found a lot of posts and everything seem to be fine and similar to what I have.. details
  • @Maged can you try to remove the default constructor on your customer bean?. details
  • The error I get is: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I am building a RESTful web-service in Java using Jersey 1.11, and have problems implementing a method which consumes a list of JSON-ised entities.. details
  • Must be some kind of problem with serializing/deserializing of JSONObjects in jersey.. details
  • Must be some kind of problem with serializing/deserializing of JSONObjects in jersey.. details
  • I have been Googling and trying to get this to work for hours...The problem is the server is not receiving data as CODETERM1 but as text.. details
  • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.. details
  • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.. details
  • But this shows the following error CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • I suspect this has something to do with the fact that CODETERM6 is a list rather than a single value.. details
  • This is not a problem in my actual CODETERM2 classes, where I can specify the CODETERM3 annotation.. details
  • Error responses thrown from the body of a resource will serialize properly.. details
  • Serializing Jersey exceptions from filter throws error.. details
  • This is not a problem in my actual CODETERM2 classes, where I can specify the CODETERM3 annotation.. details
  • Handle JSON parse error in Jersey.. details
  • How can I intercept a parse error in my Jersey REST application?. details
  • Well first of all, I think that Jersey is doing the wrong thing here, since Content-Type is a header that describes the content of the request/response and you aren't including any content with the request, it should actually be basing its behaviour on the Accepts header instead, but leaving that aside.... Just because it's an ajax call, it doesn't mean that the content-type will always be /, on the client you can call setRequestHeader like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • You have to support the preflight in the server code or the CORS request will be rejected.. details
  • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
  • But from the curl command on the command line (this response is more important): CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details
  • Using a Utility Class, I decided to hard code the POJOs as follows: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • But the problem is that if I return a Response: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • In reality I have more than one field that would replicate because JSON structure is a bit more complex, I've simplified it for sake of clarity.. details
  • I have a problem with parsing JSON to Date object.. details
  • I have a problem with parsing JSON to Date object.. details
  • sorry for my bad English.. details
  • I had tried that before but it wasn't working because I didn't have the jackson jar in the buildpath of my project (Based on the documentation I thought it was built into jersey's core library).. details
  • Here's my actual client (a Jersey based Restful Web Service): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA8 .. details
  • What am I possibly doing wrong?. details
  • It returns a 201 containing this JSON Object (which is what I want): CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
  • I know that I can detect this on the client side, but it seems like a very ugly hack.. details
  • Indeed it looks like a bug.. details
  • so I need to force my application to respond with _text/plain_ in the header but still projecting my classes to _json_ output.. details
  • Ok, i checked the example and added these: Map initParams new HashMap(); initParams.put("com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages", "server"); SelectorThread selector GrizzlyWebContainerFactory.create( " URL_http://localhost:9998 /", initParams );But still getting 400 bad request.... details
  • I'm trying to run batch requests against Facebook with Jersey.. details
  • I am getting a HTTP 404 error as I try to write my registration API's.. details
  • You can ignore the code in the post method, I just wanted to share so that you understand my error handling.. details
  • I know I am missing something really silly here.. details
  • I am getting a HTTP 404 error as I try to write my registration API's.. details
  • This is where my problem is CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Include the code and any error messages that causes this not to work - linking to other questions doesnt help - we need to see the code that causes the problem .... details
  • Include the code and any error messages that causes this not to work - linking to other questions doesnt help - we need to see the code that causes the problem .... details
  • I managed to solve JSON array and primitive field "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array and primitive field "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
  • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
  • Wrong type for the integer list?. details
  • What's wrong there?. details
  • Wrong annotations?. details
  • It throws me an error "SyntaxError: Unexpected token H" where "H" is the first letter of the returned string.. details
  • Calling that method in a Browswer will display a pure String without any JSON- Stuff (Curly Braces etc): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • I'm about to setup a REST-Webservice with Jersey.At the moment I am a bit confused about the correct representation of Strings or other Value types in JSON.Here are two snippets: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The problem is, that I get an for the second method as soon as I set [handleAs: "json"]-flag.. details
  • Any idea to solve this problem?. details
  • Any idea to solve this problem?. details
  • Code for the resource (on the server): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • But the Application exits with CODETERM5 , with linked exception CODETERM6 .. details
  • Code for retrieve (client): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • The default Jersey Jackson provider is configured to use JAXB annotations alongside Jackson ones ;-) The only issue is that the exact configuration of this provider is not documented :-(.. details
  • The status field isn't the problem, not remotely.. details
  • The status field isn't the problem, not remotely.. details
  • When I expose this class in a restful api call using jersey, is it possible to somehow mark the 'password' property so it doesn't get exposed (converted to json or xml)?. details
  • Even though I am 100% sure there is an error message part of the object before serialization.. details
  • Simply serve your file data using GET and CODETERM1 using on of the factory methods of URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/api/javax/ws/rs/core/Response.html [CODETERM2] (part of the JAX-RS API, so you're not locked into Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • This problem is fixed with jersey-bundle-1.8.jar .. details
  • Please suggest me if i am doing something wrong ...... details
  • can anyone suggest me why i am getting this type of error , the error log is here CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • (The action doesn't have any fields, which is why null shouldn't be a problem - it's the type of the class that's important).. details
  • Where I'm struggling is getting the JSON deserialization to work as seamlessly as the XML deserialization.. details
  • Where the CODETERM3 annotation was critical to get the XML deserialization working properly, it seemed that the equivalent for JSON was CODETERM4 .. details
  • (The action doesn't have any fields, which is why null shouldn't be a problem - it's the type of the class that's important).. details
  • To solve another problem I have moved from using Jersey to EclipseLink MOXy to generate JSON from a JAXB created object model ( created by Sun JAXB 2.1.12).. details
  • Im using @XmlSeeAlso to specify all inheriting classes (15 :-), without it serialization caused an error.. details
  • Maybe weblogic add something, I don't know weblogic, I must just integrate with a project unfortunatelly made for him.. details
  • Im using @XmlSeeAlso to specify all inheriting classes (15 :-), without it serialization caused an error.. details
  • 2) The stuff in your screen shot (presumably Jersey?). details
  • Well, for starters, you need to get rid of this line (if you haven't already): CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Here's where we're at: 1) This is the problem: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • What I need is some kind of magic serializer for HashMap*s in Jersey and I cannot seem to interpret the docs well enough to understand how to write one or work around this problem while still maintaining the flexibility of my interface.. details
  • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details
  • I suggested you should use sub-class thereof (MyTypeIdentifierArray) and NOT JsonArray directly -- problem may come from the fact that Jersey does not pass all necessary type information.. details
  • I think the problem that you are seeing with the ipiList is due to an issue with single element arrays/lists in an underlying library that Jersey uses for mapping to JSON.. details
  • Are my expectations wrong or am I missing something obvious here?. details
  • I've verified server has no problem creating the Json response.. details
  • I've verified server has no problem creating the Json response.. details
  • It works _almost_ fine, however the _first_ request to the server always ends up with the exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/codehaus/jackson/xc/JaxbAnnotationIntrospector For some reason gae/jersey cannot find this class on the initial request.. details
  • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
  • Additional Information as Requested**The json is generated from this MMD schema URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/mmd-schema/trunk/brainz-mmd2-jaxb/src/main/resources/musicbrainz_mmd-2.0.xsd [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/mmd-schema/trunk/brainz-mmd2-jaxb/src/main/resources/musicbrainz_mmd-2.0.xsd ] using JAXB and Jersey , see URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ResultsWriter.java [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ResultsWriter.java ] and URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ArtistWriter.java [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ArtistWriter.java ] The point is that I want to be able to generate Json and XML from one schema with the minimum of fuss, but apparently the Json doesn't look right so Im looking for a way to improve it (I don't really have any experience of json myself) .. details
  • That object has all members set to null as if it was just constructed with the default constructor.. details
  • All members of this object are null as if it was constructed with a default constructor.. details
  • More details**: A similar problem exists if instead of a List of objects, I attempt to deserialize a List of enums.. details
  • More details**: A similar problem exists if instead of a List of objects, I attempt to deserialize a List of enums.. details
  • I have a class that I would like to expose through a Jersey RESTful API.. details
  • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output.. details
  • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output.. details
  • I am trying to access these methods from IOS and maybe that's one of the problems.. details
  • But when I call get I get this error stack : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • I can't figure out where the problem come from since I know my client POJO are exactly similar to server side one.. details
  • I followed the instructions URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json- example-with-jersey-jackson/ [here] which show how to use Jersey and Jackson POJOs(as opposed to JAXB).. details
  • So I think it must be a wrong JSON message?. details
  • Is it even possible to post a JSON in JQuery to a server that GET the JSON in Jersey JAVA,I'm struggling with the problem.. details
  • Being relatively new to Jersey, I am sure this problem has been solved.. details
  • This must have been answered previously, but my Google powers are off today and I have been struggling with this for a bit.. details
  • Being relatively new to Jersey, I am sure this problem has been solved.. details
  • If I am on the right track, what is class for the default JSON filter that I can extend?. details
  • A solution was found here: URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using-JSONWithPadding- td7015082.html [ URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using - JSONWithPadding-td7015082.html] However, that solution extends the Jackson JSON object, not the default JSON provider.. details
  • However, we are dealing with difficulties in Cross-Domain JSON requests.. details
  • A solution was found here: URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using-JSONWithPadding- td7015082.html [ URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using - JSONWithPadding-td7015082.html] However, that solution extends the Jackson JSON object, not the default JSON provider.. details
  • By default, Jersey is using JAXB for the (un)marshalling process, and unfortunately, JAXB JSON processor is not standard (_one-element arrays are ignored, empty arrays are transformed into a one-element empty array..._).. details
  • For More Information** URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider_15.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Client-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Server-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2011/05/specifying-eclipselink-moxy-as-your.html [Specifying-EclipseLink-MOXy-as-Your-JAXB-Provider] UPDATE In GlassFish 4 EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is the default JSON-binding provider used by Jersey: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html ] .. details
  • For More Information** URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider_15.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Client-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Server-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2011/05/specifying-eclipselink-moxy-as-your.html [Specifying-EclipseLink-MOXy-as-Your-JAXB-Provider] UPDATE In GlassFish 4 EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is the default JSON-binding provider used by Jersey: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html ] .. details
  • Unfortunately the article is in German, which I had to translate for myself - let me know if it doesn't actually address your problem.. details
  • PS - if you use Chrome to translate the page like I did, make sure to switch back to the original to see the code snippets as parts of them get mistakenly "translated" into whitespace.. details
  • Unfortunately the article is in German, which I had to translate for myself - let me know if it doesn't actually address your problem.. details
  • The corresponding Java class (getters & setters omitted for brevity): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • but none so far have solved the problem.. details
  • What am I doing wrong?. details
  • The last line, specifically the CODETERM2 call, throws the following exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • A side benefit of this is that Jackson generates much better error messages in the case that the client passes it bogus JSON content, compared to Jersey's native JSON handling implementation.. details
  • A side benefit of this is that Jackson generates much better error messages in the case that the client passes it bogus JSON content, compared to Jersey's native JSON handling implementation.. details
  • I tried to map a different method to a specific URL CODETERM4 but Jersey was not happy to serve that.. details
  • Currently I'm using Jersey, but calling circleSender.send() with the above above scenario gives an exception CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • As to problem itself: this is usually caused by incompatible types used -- type used for deserialization (reading JSON value into POJO) must be such that CODETERM4 annotation is visible.. details
  • However, the same jersey, when using to deserialize this data, is screaming the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • This is currently not an option for me because the request is coming from an cross domain ajax call, where the content-type will always be _/_.. details
  • So by default I'll get xml back.. details
  • I have a complete solution by which 1 jar file is added as a dependency and several tiny files (app.properties, classpath.sh, log4j.properties and run.sh) that completely configure a Jetty8 instance for numerous contexts, Handlers, Servlets, JerseyServlets, StaticFiles and ExplodedWebApps.. details
  • I solved it by having a utility jar file that reads a properties file to configure contexts for Jersey Servlets, handlers, static files, exploded webapps etc in such a way that the resulting application jar configures the contexts automagically and is run from the command line.. details
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
  • Java numbers and booleans are correctly mapped into JSON numbers and booleans, and you do not need to bother with XML attributes, as in JSON, they keep the original names and would like to use it everywhere, but I haven't been able to figure out how to.. details
  • To avoid the manual work, a new, natural, JSON notation was introduced in Jersey version 1.0.2.. details
  • Can I get Jersey to use natural JSON notation globally/as default?. details
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
  • The whole thing breaks horribly.. details
  • You can attach @Provider to class A, and make it implements MessageBodyWriter such as: @Providerpublic class A implements MessageBodyWriter This will force you to override the required methods(writeTo, getSize, isWriteable) while jersey is tranporting the objects in your methods.. details
  • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5603921/jersey-com-sun-jersey-server- impl-template-viewablemessagebodywriter [Jersey:-com.sun.jersey.server.impl.template.ViewableMessageBodyWriter] : I had forgotten to add the jersey-json module to my project.. details
  • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5603921/jersey-com-sun-jersey-server- impl-template-viewablemessagebodywriter [Jersey:-com.sun.jersey.server.impl.template.ViewableMessageBodyWriter] : I had forgotten to add the jersey-json module to my project.. details
  • The 2nd line outputs the JSON string response correctly, however the 3rd line to marshal JSON to the POJO is not happening and I get the following exception stacktrace CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Jersey Exception : SEVERE: A message body reader for Java class.. details
  • In short you can write a custom JaxbContextResolver that looks a little like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I was confused by the Jersey documentation and didn't understand all the requirements that are needed.. details
  • First there is one jar missing in the Jersey requirements documentation, the Jackson XML Compability jar and also the documentation is confusing.. details
  • I was confused by the Jersey documentation and didn't understand all the requirements that are needed.. details
  • First there is one jar missing in the Jersey requirements documentation, the Jackson XML Compability jar and also the documentation is confusing.. details
  • If I remove the XMlRootElement and the XmlJavaTypeAdapter annotation, the json output looks like I wanted, but then the xml serialization failed.. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html ] Edit: Also, there's a great O'Riley book on the subject (shocking, I know); URL_http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596158057.do [RESTful-Java-with-JAX-RS] .. details
  • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html ] Edit: Also, there's a great O'Riley book on the subject (shocking, I know); URL_http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596158057.do [RESTful-Java-with-JAX-RS] .. details
  • That this services produces JSON by default.. details
  • Yes, I get it but the problem is to convert it, this is the title of the topic : Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
  • Yes, I get it but the problem is to convert it, this is the title of the topic : Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
  • Fixed the abstract Foo problem.. details
  • Doh - sorry, when making the example - I messed up the code trying to make it simpler (should have been setBiz).. details
  • I was hoping for a native Jersey way to do it but I suppose it doesn't matter enough to worry about it.. details
  • If I remove my CODETERM3 from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the CODETERM4 s from single-element collections, ...).. details
  • If I remove my CODETERM3 from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the CODETERM4 s from single-element collections, ...).. details
  • Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
  • I got this error : CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
  • I got this error : CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • This would not occur with Jackson annotations; and ideally not if you combine Jackson and JAXB annotations (I thought Jersey enabled both).If Jackson annotation processing is also enabled, adding @JsonProperty next to 'getBiz' should also do the trick.. details
  • By default, marshalling a CODETERM1 bean containing a map gives the structure: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Giving the error: CODETERM1 This prevent the use of HTTP status code and headers.. details
  • Giving the error: CODETERM1 This prevent the use of HTTP status code and headers.. details
  • When using Apache Jersey with Jackson for JSON serialisation (on both server and client), I'm hitting a problem when deserialising a generic List.. details
  • What am I doing wrong?. details
  • This error occurs the first time I try to access the "data" field after deserialising it.. details
  • When trying to consume the JSON at the client end, I get this error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: com.sun.jersey.api.MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java.util.Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java.util.List, and MIME media type application/json was not found I use Jersey 1.6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming.. details
  • What's wrong?. details
  • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: com.sun.jersey.api.MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java.util.Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java.util.List, and MIME media type application/json was not found I use Jersey 1.6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming.. details
  • PS: you also need to get rid of the CODETERM1 annotations to make it work .. details
  • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Problem is: an "issue" has a "summary" property and a list of fields.. details
  • Problem is: an "issue" has a "summary" property and a list of fields.. details
  • On the other hand, if you're using the Jersey JSON plugin, you'd have to write a subclass of CODETERM2 , and add JAXB annotations to it - kind of a pain in the ass.. details
  • By default Jersey will use JAXB to process the JSON messages by leveraging the URL_http://jettison.codehaus.org/ [Jettison] library.. details
  • I know there are some FAQ entries for Jersey, but they are pretty hard to find (so much so that I often can't find it... need to start bookmarking).. details
  • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. details
  • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
  • You may find it difficult to use CODETERM2 elements to describe your resource URLs, and this might result in you implementing something that looks very much like JAX-RS (if you end up with one controller servlet that parses the URI and dispatches the request to another object).. details
  • Avoid the CODETERM3 .. details
  • This is how URL_http://jettison.codehaus.org/ [Jersey] (JAX- RS reference implementation) converts POJOs to JSON by default.. details
  • But when I try to access the resource, I get this exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • it's really frustrating and I've been fighting with this issue for almost 5 hours now... :( I'd expect JAXB/Jersey to embed my list of downloads in the Project's Json Feed... but unfortunately it's completely missing.. details
  • Do you guys have any idea what the problem might be?. details
  • Output of project.json (see nested technologies list): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • I can fetch the Download object itself without any problems... CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
  • Jersey + Jackson deserialization problem with date object.. details
  • I'm using jersey and jackson together to develop my REST API, and I'm having a problem when deserializing date string.. details
  • Jersey + Jackson deserialization problem with date object.. details
  • I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.. details
  • Maybe Jersey just defaults to configuring ObjectMapper to suppress nulls?. details
  • While default setting is not to do this, Jersey may choose to override this keep behavior similar to other serializers.. details
  • I trying to learn how to write RESTful apps in Java using Jersey andHibernate, and I'm struggling to understand how to handle parent/child typerelationships when POSTing data to a Resource.. details
  • I'm just starting to use Jersey and am not clear on how to use it to return JSON.. details
  • It also has no problems with null (there is difference between missing entry and one having null), empty Lists or Strings (both are distinct from nulls).. details
  • It also has no problems with null (there is difference between missing entry and one having null), empty Lists or Strings (both are distinct from nulls).. details
  • Works nicely with Jersey, and I am use it myself (current Jersey version does not bundle full Pojo data binding by default, but will in near future) I would actually not use any of xml libs to produce "json": XStream and JAXB/Jettison can produce kind of JSON, but it uses ugly conventions that are rather non-intuitive.. details
  • By default you will see XML output.. details
  • and expose it.. details
  • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and/or JSON.. details
  • Thats all you need to do... pop open your browser and browse to URL_http://localhost/blah/1 [ URL_http://localhost/blah/1 ] .. details
  • If you are using FireFox, install TamperData and change your CODETERM1 header to CODETERM2 to see the JSON output.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.glassfish.jersey using topic modeling.
  • 0. post service question rest direction call jax implementation update thing: 47
    • @Perception thank you.. details
    • @androniennn Jersey uses Jackson iirc with the @Produces(json) annotation, which uses reflection to convert your object to json.. details
    • By the way, in my last Jersey project I didn't use @XmlRootElement property, I just had an ordinary JavaBean, and all worked fine (i.e.. details
    • Any pointers would be great!. details
    • Thanks.. Bang on.. details
    • notificationAddress is null.If I post using XML, it still works ok. UPDATE#2: I have reduced my code to the smallest subset that demonstrates the problem, and you can get it here: The above link contains a .zip with 2 Eclipse projects; TestService (the Jersey RESTful service that accepts a Subscription object) and TestPage (a .html page with some JavaScript to POST a subscription object in either JSON or XML).. details
    • It seems on official jersey site ( ) the documentation is pretty old.. details
    • I would greatly appreciate your help.. details
    • My JSON data look like this when I set builder.rootUnwrapping(true); CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I'm using Jersey in the server side REST Web service, I only get the error when the List returned one single element and when it has 0 elements I get java.lang.NullPointerException But when it has more than one it works perfectly, and this is how I'm doing it : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Similar questions have been asked before and one straight forward suggestion was to change the consumed media type to text and de-serialize the array-of-json-object-in-post-request [JSON-manually] but I'd prefer a cleaner solution.. details
    • Hope this helps someone else who may have been stuck with the same or similar problem.. details
    • I have it working fine with JSON as follows: PHP: (using httpful phar) CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Or can I be successful in just adding this Map adapter for Jersey to call?. details
    • Would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.. details
    • But what is usually used is Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
    • jersey-official-document has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
    • Also for doing json<>java databiding you can check Genson library , it integrates well with Jersey.. details
    • And as a bonus with jersey you only need to have genson in your classpath and voila!. details
    • I see, updated the question now!.. details
    • 6) Suggestion: look at this other tutorial - it might point you in the right direction: NOTE: _WHATEVER_ you need to do - it should be _REALLY_ simple!. details
    • Are there any best practices?. details
    • Jersey POST Method is receiving null values as parameters.. details
    • Any help or pointer in the right direction would be much appreciated.. details
    • The query object looks like this and when posting a json representation of that Query object it works out nice.. details
    • for this case that you gave in the question, I think it would be enough to pass a String and then parse it for the int value: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I've been working on this problem for awhile now, with no solution so far.. details
    • I have a problem with posting JSON to a Jersey REST service - GET is working perfectly but POST seems tricky.. details
    • I have a ajax posts a JSON to a server uses Jersey REST GET, but nothing is working, I'm wondering if its the right way to do it.Here is my previous questions with code regarding to the problem: code in java implements in the server: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It is a Json engine in Jersey which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
    • What are the best practices?. details
    • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.. details
    • Any help would be greatly appreciated.. details
    • You can not, for example, just ask for value of type java.lang.Object , since it does not have such annotation.. details
    • The first calls gets a perf hit as Jersey configures stuff, but it works just peachy.. details
    • CURL calls look like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I have the correct MIME TYPES in my request.. details
    • I wrote a blog post ages ago about forcing Jersey to serialize single element arrays correctly, not sure if it's out-dated now (its from mid-2010!. details
    • Let me know if this works for you, if not I can post my JSON client code.. details
    • If you do ever happen to figure out what's going on, do please post an update.. details
    • Adding getFeatures().put(JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING, Boolean.TRUE) to the ResourceConfig implementation is what's needed for the non-servlet case.. details
    • I'm trying to return a List from jersey, which works fine in XML, but when I go to output it as JSON, it claims, "A message body writer for Java class ... and Java type ... and MIME media type application/json was not found".. details
    • Is there any way to customise the JSON field names 'entry', 'key' and 'value'?. details
    • Any help would be greatly appreciated.. details
    • Jersey (Use @JsonIgnore instead of @XmlTransient to break the circular dependency) Gson (doesn't support circular references.. details
    • There is no pre-packaged way to do what you want as Jersey is nicely integrated with Spring via the Jersey-Spring API so there's really no reason to re-invent the wheel.. details
    • EDIT2: Like Jersey, I am looking for REST support (POST,GET,DELETE,PUT).. details
  • 1. add follow post create solution pojo rest resource mapping configuration: 27
    • Yeah, sometimes it's the answers lower-down on the list that actually end-up working.. details
    • Solution: I ended working around this by creating DTOs to replace these ADTs.. details
    • Yeap I did add the mapping bit com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true .. details
    • see this : json - And these are the easier solutions !.. details
    • But the result is like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: Play-Framework Vert.x Spray Dropwizard (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
    • Please any advice would be great!!. details
    • This method of producing JSON has some limitations and may not be what your ultimately want.. details
    • Thanks for the hint.. details
    • How can I adjust the following mapping so it'll recognize the relationship and save correctly?. details
    • in the following class I want to receive (with POST) values for 'name' and for 'confidential', buy while returning (with GET) I only need 'name' value, not 'confidential'.. details
    • Thanks for this solution; I hope I can use it.. details
    • I recently added a filter that does some auth stuff, and it works in the happy-path case.. details
    • It's easy to get this wrong : as far as I can tell, even the google spreadsheet api doesn't respond correctly to preflights, meaning that you can't actually change any data from javascript.. details
    • I am trying with simple Jersey + Json example but i get following error @POST i put following jar files for getting appropriate result CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Please review the link, review your code and your test client configuration ... and post back what you find!. details
    • I would be grateful to if you could help me on this matter.. details
    • I am only getting null values for all params.. details
    • Will the Child's extra member fields be serialized, as well ?Basically, I want to know if these frameworks support polymorphic consume & respond.. details
    • I have created a small Jersey Client that gets a JSON resource from a Rails server and unmarshalles it into a POJO but I could not get it to work yesterday but today I was successful!. details
    • Jersey marshals this class to and unmarshals from XML just fine; however, Jersey can't unmarshal from JSON correctly.. details
    • I would recommend you to take a look at the following discussion regarding its internals for-serialization [related-post] .. details
    • I don't know why this isn't the default setting, and it took me a while figuring it out, but if you want working JSON conversion with Jersey, add CODESNIPPET .. details
    • REST is resource-centric, not operation-centric (like RPC).. details
    • My Download class looks pretty much like this (and as I've mentioned already - this works pretty fine when used directly): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Are their other configuration options in Jersey to get the 'simple' POJO JSON representation (because this fits best to clients which have to deserialize the JSON result).. details
    • The interesting part is adding/removing an employee from a team.. details
  • 2. moxy output jax jaxb provider find eclipselink hateoas jackson dto: 32
    • Looks like you're outputting an object, not a string.. details
    • Thanks a lot.. details
    • I really appreciate you help @MikO, the links that you have provided are very helpful, I prefer fixing the serialization issue of Jersey more than working around with parsing in Gson.. details
    • Seems at first similar to /moxy-list-of-objects-xml-and-json-cant-get-both-look-good [this-question] but I'm not trying to mix the types of object in my lists.. details
    • What eventually helped me was a dependecy which includes pretty much every thing you need.. details
    • Dependencies Remove both jersey-media-json (this module doesn't exist any more in Jersey 2.x) and jersey-json (which is only for Jersey 1.x) and add one of the modules jersey-media-moxy (JAXB) or jersey-media-json-jackson (POJO).. details
    • I tried to upgrade and found that all the standard mappers were missing, when trying to use Jersey and Jackson.. details
    • It was nice to hear from you and learn about MOXy.. details
    • Then Jersey can decode the JSON object for you transparently and voila!. details
    • For More Information This is the way I would recommend using MOXy with Jersey, or any other JAX-RS provider.. details
    • I have a relatively simple RESTful web service which uses Jersey and Eclipselink MOXy.. details
    • :) A bit of code (basically mark your bean, as you said, with @XmlRootElement and use @Path to mark the API) JAX-RS bean: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I've only used flexjson, but the other 2 have very good reps. For HATEOAS, there is spring-hateoas (on github) or Jersey.. details
    • Jersey is a great JAX-RS framework, EclipseLink provides JAXB & JPA implementations and is not a Jersey replacement.. details
    • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web.xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and Java type class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and MIME media type application/json; charset=UTF-8 was not found.. details
    • However, when I need to throw an error from within this filter, instead of serializing the exception into a pretty json string it, it throws a 500 with the following error: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: .. details
    • So: What is the correct json representation of Strings and other value types and what annotations I have to set for my method to produce these?. details
    • Answer from Kim Burgaard above works also for Jersey Spring WS.. details
    • and the Json in the body looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • here is my problem:i have jquery that creates json that needs to be posted in jersey, a server running by grizzly that has a REST webservice gets incoming json object which need to be outputed.Im giving a try but not sure how to implement this correctly, please check and correct me, thanks!. details
    • While I would have loved for Jersey to be able to handle it automatically, I could not get it to work with jQuery correctly (probably something on my side, not a problem with Jersey).. details
    • The XML output looks like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • And the json output looks like CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a ContextResolver as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the Jersey-User-Guide .. details
    • Jersey GenericEntity Not Working.. details
    • And it seems like Jersey picked it up during start up:Jan 24, 2011 2:53:23 PM com.sun.jersey.api.core.ScanningResourceConfig logClassesINFO: Provider classes found: class com.mypackage.MyJsonProvider And it works fine for serialization, but when I tried to deserialize a string like "2010-01-25 00:00:00", I'm getting a mapping error: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • After dwindling a lot with Jersey and HATEOAS I have come to the opinion that the best representations for a RESTful WS is Atom Syndication Format coupled with JSON.. details
    • When I request JSON for my output type, all my attribute names start with an asterisk like this, This object; CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks a lot!.. details
    • As already mentioned, Jersey (JAX-RS impl) is the framework to use; but for basic mapping of Java objects to/from JSON, Tutorial is good.. details
    • Jackson works nicely with Jersey as well, either using JAX-RS provider jar, or even just manually.Similarly it's trivially easy to use with plain old servlets; just get input/output stream, call ObjectMapper.readValue() and .writeValue(), and that's about it.. details
  • 3. jax send service rest add implementation pojo resteasy item request: 112
    • Thanks for this.. details
    • (or even jersey 1.x).. details
    • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( /) or [resteasy]( .. details
    • thank you very much :).. details
    • Thanks This worked.. details
    • It worked perfectly.. details
    • It should work like Jersey, I don't want to hand things off, the MVC controller should be wrapped with a JSON aspect layer (probably through annotations) that allows it to send and receive JSON.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • Nice.... details
    • Ah, thank you!. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • Jersey is the reference implementation of JAX-RS, a web services standard.. details
    • Can you post how the JSON sent from the server looks like?. details
    • I had to use a Map instead and let Jersey parse it correctly.... details
    • @Brian, obviously the web service is not responding correctly, that's for sure, but if the mapping to JSON is made by Jersey automatically.... details
    • Thank you.. details
    • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
    • Thx!. details
    • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.. details
    • So In the request i see that the date is formated like yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSSZ , but in the response the date is like an unixtimestamp and my Deserializer throws an Exception java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date: "1378980107682" Why my Server don't use my (De)Serializer classes?. details
    • Read a custom header and its value from Request: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • I have good experience with Jersey, which is the reference implementation of jax-ws.. details
    • Please I really need your help CODESNIPPET .. details
    • But I really need JSON Data to look like this : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • My Project class is like this : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • You could do something like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!. details
    • This works like a charm!. details
    • It seems like everything is there.... details
    • Now you can do whatever you want with your list of words working with a proper Java List .. details
    • Then you send it using Jersey API, I think that it's correct (although I'm not an expert in Jersey...) Then your problem is that you are not deserializing the JSON correctly in your web service.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • Once I added all 12 jars to my classpath I finally got rid of the error and works great returning JSON.. details
    • I hope this helps somebody.. details
    • your JSON Should look like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thank you, /David .. details
    • Thanks .. details
    • I Appreciate your help.. details
    • Thank you!. details
    • I've added EclipseLink to the Eclipse forums I'm active in, but I have successfully integrated this solution into my Jersey ReST server application.. details
    • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front-end then its fine.To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like jersey or GWTJsonizer and can store easily that to DB.. details
    • I just don't know what it could be.I hope you can help me.. details
    • i'm working on a project for university, wich makes me mad.I need to develop a webservice with jersey, but every request sends me just this CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks, .. details
    • I get the following JSON object (with the second item in the ArrayList being added!. details
    • To pass your specialized JSONJAXBContext to Jersey, you will finally need to implement a JAXBContext ContextResolver: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • But I think the correct JSON string should be: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • My second method looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • One Method is public <T extends Storable> List<T> retrieve(Class<T[]> pCls) throws StorageException , that is called like retrieve(Item[].class) to get the whole List of Items from the resource /items (see below).. details
    • Hi Martin, Thank you so much for your effort.. details
    • What features are you looking for beyond that that make Jersey/Sitebricks more attractive to you?. details
    • Thanks for any help you may give.. details
    • I'm guessing the code for sending a file would be something like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks .... .. details
    • So far so good.. details
    • Add the following param to the jersey servlet in web.xml file, this is required for the latest 1.x versions of jersey-servlet.. details
    • I'd like to to GET a Java object with a REST call, using Jersey.The question: can I send object of class A and receive object of class B, if A has all B's members?. details
    • Again - cool :) 4) How do you do that?. details
    • Thank you!. details
    • That's it!. details
    • My test code looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • //cheers .. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • JAX-RS is a REST framework (Java Api for Rest-like web Services), and Jersey is the JAX-RS reference implementation.. details
    • I've been trying to figure out how to get that desired output for a while, but I've had no luck.. details
    • Thanks for your help!. details
    • It worked with Jersey 1.12 as well.. details
    • best regards .. details
    • Please can someone help me?. details
    • Any help is much appreciated!. details
    • Aside from the small issue, Jersey has been great to work with!. details
    • Given a class like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as JacksonJaxbJsonProvider ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an @Provider .. details
    • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
    • I would love to avoid that if possible since the sending logic is basically the same in all subclasses.. details
    • Currently I do the standard thing: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I've looked around but haven't seen anything helpful, one suggestion is to sent json as the default, but this is something I'd want to avoid doing.. details
    • An added benefit is that it can act as a pseudo-classloader and avoids jar-hell.. details
    • But thanks anyway.. details
    • Thank you .. details
    • I've thought about this kind of implementation: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks, it works now.. details
    • Jersey (JAX-RS) is a really good offering.. details
    • But I want that it looks like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Spring and Jersey add funny things to JSON handling.. details
    • Hope that's some help.. details
    • It's pretty easy.. details
    • The browser is working fine, but not when I want to transform the response using Jersey from json to pojo.. details
    • If i try it like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Any help would be nice, I just don't get it.. details
    • Try with Jersey!. 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
    • Anyone else have any luck with this?. 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
    • edit: I asked my question another way to try to make it clear: to-a-different-schema-with-jax-rs [how-to-map-a-bean-structure-to-a-different- schema-with-jax-rs] .. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • This should be converted into JSON like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as Jersey or RESTEasy .. details
    • Here is a simple pojo CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • When I use a list of Strings - everything works perfectly fine!. details
    • It works fine in simple tests like this (with my XML annotated classes): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Popular implementations are RestEasy and Jersey .. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • So you are probably using a framework (my guess: JAX-RS implementation like maybe Jersey)?. details
    • This works!. details
    • I currently use Jersey and it's good.. details
    • I'm working on a project which uses Jersey to convert objects to JSON.. details
    • Jersey is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
    • Good luck!. details
    • It might be worth looking into Jersey .. details
  • 4. jackson jaxb return service standard approach call html tutorial eclipse: 48
    • thanks, this worked great, but what if I want to consume a whole folder structure?. details
    • I'm using MOXy with Jersey to implement a RESTful API and want to return lists naturally for JSON and XML, by which I mean that the XML contains an element tag for the overall collection as well as the collection items, whereas the JSON contains a tag for the collection only.. details
    • Actually I try to develop an application with client and server infrastructure .So i need to have html files in the client to consume the jersey web-services in serverside.It is really helpful if i make $.getJSON or $.ajax call from the html file in another project inorder to consume the web service.. details
    • I want it to be displayed like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • However I would also like to generate a bunch of hypermedia in the same json object for which i need to use uriinfo from jersey.. details
    • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383 (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: eclipse-tutorial/ [ - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. details
    • Could you please add a code snippet with your web-service method signature?. details
    • And for the empty list to look like this : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • If you would like to continue to use Jersey's direct object mapping feature, then yes - creating an object that holds the list of "Ratings" is the best way to go.. details
    • No actually the tutorial is fine (working).. details
    • This exact approach works.. details
    • Using Java 6, Tomcat 7, Jersey 1.15, Jackson 2.0.6 (from FasterXml maven repo), & www.json.org parser, I am trying to pretty print the JSON String so it will look indented by the curl -X GET command line.. details
    • And by the way, surprisingly, it works when I return a Response with one Promotion object only given as an entity and I get that "@class" field.. details
    • Thanks to that, when I return a list of objects: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The code is executed correctly and data is returned to the client (a jQuery ajax call).The problem is that the format of the returned data changes if the "result" array has one element or more than one.. details
    • But if I try to transfer a primitive, like String, Integer, Boolean, etc... Client CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This code works fine if I transfer a class ( MyClass ) that has @XmlRoolElement Client CODESNIPPET .. details
    • [NOTE] This approach is preferred cause It provide the user who invokesyour web service information about the status of the transaction or service .. details
    • Without customized resolver you don't get proper json[] array fields if Java list is empty.. details
    • Calling this method in a Browser will display a "good" JSON String like that: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • @BlaiseDoughan Yes, is uses a standard approach to (un)marshall representations but IT IS NOT the standard approach to (un)marshall JSON in Jersey: Jackson is.. details
    • This is easy, quick, and was designed as this by the Jersey team.. details
    • Note sadly that map-to-json-object-with-jersey-jaxb-jackson [Java.util.Map-to-JSON-Object- with-Jersey-/-JAXB-/-Jackson] was not helpful, though it showed great promise.. details
    • In this way when I'm using the REST service Jersey will use the ObjectMapper defined in the Provider; when storing the stuff Jackson will use the standard ObjectMapper.. details
    • Generating more json like json from JAXB and Jersey.. details
    • Jersey uses serialization frameworks like JAXB (xml) and Jackson (json, bson, xml, csv) for actual reading/writing of content.. details
    • I have a webservice which return this kind of json object : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It works without the additional integer.. details
    • My ideal solution is to have no impact on our data or logic layers and instead have some code that says "if there is a call back parameter, surround the JSON with the callback, otherwise just return the JSON".. details
    • This manual could be useful for you: /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
    • So, you've got two choices: 1. configuring JAXB to be more standard ( see-here for more); 2. using Jackson instead of JAXB which I recommend.. details
    • I inspected the JSON returned and everything seems good at the RESTful Server end, but the nested JSON response is not clearly processed at the Client.. details
    • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like Jersey or RESTEasy .. details
    • Useful thread Java-WebService .. details
    • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
    • This works, but only for types I explicitly list out in that code, and pass to the JSONJAXBContext constructor.. details
    • This works just fine, but when I do something more complicated: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Most importantly... what is the functional difference between the different apis for xml and json data mapping i.e.. details
    • But they are always empty!. details
    • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.. details
    • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
    • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
    • Jersey is standard.. details
    • I cant seem to post JSON to my webservice but XML works fine: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Since this has to do with Jersey the first thing I would recommend is to avoid JAXB all together since JAXB (in context of XML or JSON) ain't HATEOAS.. details
    • Try setting the content type header: postMethod.addRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json"); Btw, I strongly recommend Jersey .. details
    • If I must, I can surround that JSON with {"feeds": ... }, but having this be optional would be best.. details
  • 5. pojo jettison location option mapping pathparam parameter wrap implement jsonjaxbcontext: 28
    • @Tichodroma Thank you, there are so many acronyms in Java world :).. details
    • If I use a class to wrap the nested list, then the XML appears correct but not the JSON (see "ExternalFacilities" below).. details
    • XML sample showing "facilities" list correct but not "locations"** See that there is no XML element that wraps the "locations" list (as there is for "facilities"), and also that each location has a pluralised element name.. details
    • JSON sample showing "locations" list correct but not "facilities"** See that the "facilities" list is a JSON object containing a JSON array, whereas I just want the JSON array (with the pluralised element name).. details
    • exception-javax-ws-rs-webapplicationexception-java [like-this] following is the json string i received at my jersey client CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Try this last solution, you can of corse make it more modular to support other types, but thats the idea.. details
    • The DTO is part of the 'natural class set' and its JAXBContext resolver context is configured to use natural notation and root unwrapping as so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • When, for example there are 5 entries in the list, the response JSON ends up looking like so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • @Maged Did you update your web.xml like explained in the article?. details
    • I think PathParam and also a Param which should unmarshalled by Jersey(JAX-RS) is not possible.Please try to remove the PathParam Parameter.. details
    • You could use Jettison (coming with Jersey) and prepare the structure you would like to have yourself using JSONObject and JSONArray as return values.They are in the package org.codehaus.jettison.json of jettison-1.3.2.jar which is a transitive dependency of jerysey-json .. details
    • What kind of annotations should I use?. details
    • What I'm unable to do is deal with it within my main method.!. details
    • 2) MyFooDTO is simply a POJO that looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • On the server: 1) my web.xml has POJO Mapping set to true.. details
    • I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true.. details
    • The Jersey documentation mentions this POJOMappingFeature/FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING prominently (it's the first example in the doc page I linked in the question), but doesn't describe exactly what it means, and from the way that document presents its information I thought this option (5.1, "POJO support") was at odds with option 5.2 ("JAXB based JSON support") which sounded more like what I wanted.. details
    • It's just automatic.. details
    • I've also tried implementing my own ContextResolver which applies a JSONJAXBContext I instantiated from Java code, where I can apply JSONConfiguration.natural() (an example of this looks like this-answer ).. details
    • Please, give me the HTTP trace (Web Browser can print those, if you don't know how, ask).. details
    • Thanks for your replies.. details
    • So it seems it's common sense to plug a ContextResolver like mine into Jersey so I can tune the JSON to something I like.. details
    • This involves creating a JSONJAXBContext like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I must have butchered it when removing the xml annotations ... the good news is we know it uses jersey ... A message body writer for Java type, class texlege.converter.legislatorsConverter, and MIME media type, application/json, was not foundSEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error)javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException at com.sun.jersey.spi.container.Cont ainerResponse.write(ContainerResponse.java:268).. details
    • Looks like I misunderstood how Jersey JSON/POJO works.. details
    • If you want to use only the _Servlet_ part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path/template parameters from the URI yourself.. details
    • How do I use the Jersey JSON POJO support?. details
    • Never got around to trying this but it does seem like the best option.. details
  • 6. advance jackson question single pojo rest jsonconfiguration return simple empty: 42
    • Maybe "[jersey]( /)" is a good keyword to start with for you.. details
    • @agksmehx - you can do this in Jersey by defining a custom context resolver.. details
    • I am retuning values via REST so the user will see the returned fields.. details
    • One of the best ways to use Jersey is using IoC.. details
    • I am pretty sure I can help help you as I have used jpa, jersey and jackson extensively but I do not understand your question.. details
    • Thanks in advance.. details
    • Take a look at the JAX- RS-spec] or Jersey User Guide especially section devoted to JSON ( JAXB- based-JSON-support] ).. details
    • please improve your question by adding java as a tag and including 'Jersey API' in the title.. details
    • Thanks in advance .. details
    • A good question!. details
    • The interesting thing is that I can successfully unmarshall the exact same JSON string if I plug it into this code: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I have used happily Jersey/JAX-RS but I would suggest you Spring MVC 3**, not only for the rest api support but also for other interesting stuff as IoC or beans that could turn out to be useful.. details
    • It makes the code much easier to understand.. details
    • Sounds like Jersey accidentally tried to deserialize non-JSON stuff (simple Strings, maybe?). details
    • Thanks in advance I used NATURAL JSONConfiguration as presented in this question : and-single-element-list-as-an-array [Jersey-serialize-empty-list-and-single- element-list-as-an-array] But I think the better way is to use MAPPED JSONConfiguration but the problem with this configuration that it working only for one Class and It is not resolving the issue with the empty list.. details
    • Thanks in advance CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks in advance .. details
    • The single instance method works fine.. details
    • My method signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I can't thank you enough for this solution, Blaise!.. details
    • That's what the first sentence of my question above, "I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true" is referring to.. details
    • Thanks in advance!. details
    • Thanks for your time.. details
    • I changed it to string but its not working yet.. details
    • Thanks in advance.. details
    • Also worth mentioning I am using Jackson 1.9.2 and Jersey 1.13 .. details
    • I think you should change even the response's Content-Type header according to that magical query parameter.. details
    • Thank you in advance... .. details
    • I would appreciate any indication as to how to accomplish this.. details
    • :D Hope this will help someone else to waste less time!. details
    • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
    • and the relevant resource signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • ( java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
    • while I have been playing with @QueryParam and @PathParam without results...always null.... details
    • Things have been really good so far and we love the easy POJO-to-JSON conversion.. details
    • We essentially have all of our responses returning JSON (using @Produces("application/json") and the com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature set to true) but for JSONP support we need to change our methods to return an instance of JSONWithPadding.. details
    • It seems that apparently this is because Jersey uses a POJO->JSON mapper other than Jackson, and for reasons that elude me, they thought it would be a great idea to automatically unwrap single-element lists.. details
    • Try it, maybe this time it will work well (and Jersey works either with XML and JSON).. details
    • I insist on unmarshalling to this structure: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This requirement seems extremly basic to me; I can't believe that this is the generally accepted solution to this, especially since Jersey is really one of the more fun parts of Java.. details
    • I have an object that I'd like to serve in JSON as a RESTful resource.. details
    • Obviously there is much more to it, but Jersey makes all that stuff quite easy.. details
  • 7. service return request model simple content pojomappingfeature property resource dto: 37
    • If you use Firebug or something similar to monitor the actual POST to /subscribe/{topic}, 1) what value do you see for the request header Content-Type and 2) what does the actual request body look like?. details
    • web.xml Remove com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages and com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature which are Jersey 1.x specific and have no use in Jersey 2.x.. details
    • some solutions here point to web.xml and things like POJOMappingFeature.. details
    • I'm trying to create a very simple RESTful web service using Jersey.. details
    • I am working on a jersey web services.. details
    • The service-side looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I would greatly appreciate your help to solve this problem.. details
    • Download es&g=com.sun.jersey.samples&a=jacksonjsonprovider&v=1.13&c=project&e=zip to get a complete example using POJO based JSON support.. details
    • Currently the Hibernatr is NULL when it's saved and I have to query for the entity manually.. details
    • I have included the libs shown in this screenshot: LIBS And this is my web.xml (part of it) com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true The Jersey resource CODESNIPPET .. details
    • calls down to a thin business logic layer, then a super-thin DAO layer atop simple POJOs (like Address and Person) except for Person needing a Map, then in-and-out of a database underneath.. details
    • The problem is that it's only working for the String property and not the @XmlJavaTypeAdapters property.. details
    • i.e it should be possible to have a model that can generate sensible xml and json.. details
    • I created a simple web service which has the following architecture: My POJOs (model classes): Family.java CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Since the XML requests are working, I assume that these generated objects are correct.. details
    • So what my Java model parts looks like this CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
    • It integrates well with jersey, just drop the jar in your classpath and everything will work.. details
    • Shouldn't the first case return something like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • After some research I think that using the-google-app-engine/ [jersey] is a good .. details
    • I am returning errors on all exceptions and ok with /mCruiseOnCarPool4All/carpool4all/Registration/Request when successful.. details
    • Then I can POST an XML fragment that looks like @JsonTypeInfo and my method will be invoked with a @Type instance.. details
    • In my resource I can declare a method like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • So you can use whatever mechanism for consuming and producing data, but Jersey comes bundled with a useful set already.. details
    • I am developing RESTful services with Jersey and it works great with GET methods.. details
    • I have a working json service which looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Hi I've got a scenario where I would like to control the content type return by a jersey web-service dynamically without using request header content-type.. details
    • I'd like to be able to accept and return both JSON and XML, and have this mostly working but I don't like the default "mapped" flavor of JSON that Jersey likes to spit out.. details
    • But be aware that the POJO Mapping will also return NULL values in the JSON.. details
    • Using Jersey I'm defining a service like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I can get it to work if I manually create a class like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Jersey JSON key/value order.. details
    • The object that produces this JSON looks like this, I'm using the same class on the client side: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • In addition to be able to export URIs in JSON representation to a DTO, the approach that I take is, I have DTO representing the _data model for its persistent_ storage and I have a representation model** representing hyperlinked (de)serializable version of DTO where I store string value as hyperlink.. details
    • The example I'm working with models the relationship between employees andteams.. details
    • The object I'd like to convert first represented data as a <LinkedList<LinkedList<String>>>, and I figured Jersey would just do the right thing.. details
    • For JSON I don't know anything, but if you want to implement a RESTful API, you might be interested in JSR-311 which defines a server-side API for RESTful APIs and Jersey , which is its reference implementation.. details
  • 8. add simple question provide text pojos jackson return jaxb answer: 49
    • I'll in a minute!.. details
    • I created a new question for this that I'd like you to answer here: - jersey-1-17-1-using-jaxb This can help others.. details
    • It looks like your client is POSTing the TestConfig object as JSON, but with a Content-Type of "text/plain.". details
    • I've been able to get it working with JAXB, but I'm specifically looking for Jersey POJO writing, not JAXB writing.. details
    • This solution is simple and elegant.. details
    • You have there a full working REST server Jersey example with Tomcat as server and Android on client side.. details
    • I'm interested in server side of thing.. details
    • no i mean that you will have to provide an entry either in web.xml or some another config file which will tell jersey to use json support.. details
    • If you don't, using the default one provided by Jersey is enough (JSONConfiguration feature).. details
    • I was thinking something like [this]( since I'll be receiving various files on the client, how should I treat the HttpResponse's entity response?. details
    • @Sikorski You mean actually a solution like the one provided in the answer of TheArchitect?. details
    • Since you're using Jackson 1.9.x to (un)marshall JSON, make sure you have Jersey 2.5 module in your dependency list and that you're registering ps://jersey.java.net/apidocs/latest/jersey/org/glassfish/jersey/jackson/Jackso nFeature.html [JacksonFeature] in your application, i.e.. details
    • If I define the nested list as an ArrayList sub-class then the JSON appears correct but not the XML (see "ExternalLocations" below).. details
    • I have several other POJOs working without issue.. details
    • Is there are better way to do this dynamically besides using @JsonIgnore?Below is some "Demonstration" code to help clarify my question.. details
    • Do I need something to add support for JSON?. details
    • Is there some possibility to just say "please add json support"?. details
    • Please, provide the code of com.test.Jsonexample class.. details
    • Thanks for the input though.. details
    • It's that simple.. details
    • Update: I confirmed that Day marshalling is indeed working for scalar String properties by adding a scalar List<String> property and observing the expected output in the JSON.. details
    • This is adding newline escape sequences and placing double quotes (but not indenting like it should it does have 4 spaces after the new line but its all in one line).. details
    • I've though of only using one object containing all fields (text, link, data), but i'd prefer this type of design which appears better me.. details
    • And voil!. details
    • Thank you for taking the time to read this... .. details
    • Now using the ObjectMapper again on that String body with the Post.class type it deserializes correctly.. details
    • Probably best to do this by filing an issue at and attach the file there.. details
    • I hoped for something more simple.. details
    • This is how a simple resource class in my project is looking: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • So I annotated the classes like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Any help very gratefully received!. details
    • With jersey the common way would be to define two simple java pojos and a simple Resource: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • if the media type requested by the client is any of application/javascript, application/x-javascript, text/ecmascript, application/ecmascript or text/jscript, then Jersey returns the object wrapped by the callback.. details
    • We are migrating from an old PHP base to a Jersey-based JVM stack, which will ultimately provide a JSON- based RESTful API that can be consumed from many applications.. details
    • According to the article, the solution lies in extending and customizing the provider to correct how singleton lists and empty lists are formatted into JSON.. details
    • (A side effect is that mvn clean test works against it also) If any one is interested, ping me and I can see if the company will allow me to OpenSource it and get it up on GitHub.Or perhaps even document it via my own site .. details
    • Not only is this extra code to write and maintain, and change if I add more data classes, but it doesn't work for things like List.. details
    • But I'm trying to keep this nice and generic without adding extra classes all over.. details
    • You can also use JPA annotations on the same objects and a JPA provider like Eclipse Link for a lot of your database needs.. details
    • Since this is a highly voted java+json question, might be nice to summarize answers; especially since this is a rather old question, and many new options have become available (Spring MVC, Jersey/RESTeasy/CXF/Restlet; Gson/Jackson/FlexJSON).. details
    • The class _Result_ has a map, annotated with XmlJavaTypeAdapter to correctly serialize it to xml.. details
    • I want to parse the values from the JSON-Post into Java-Variables.. details
    • I want to receive and emit JSON objects from Java classes like the following: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Just make sure your pojos are annotated correctly.. details
    • It seems like Jersey is still using JacksonJsonProvider to handle the deserialization somehow.. details
    • I've been googling and can't seem to locate a good and simple example of returning JSON from a Jersey resource.. details
    • It sounds like it has a way to do this built in, but it looks like I need to add annotations to my POJOs.. details
    • I'd like to be able to write out nested lists, like so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 9. jackson return moxy simple response configure request entity property follow: 39
    • It seems this might be the answer: /jersey-response-for-empty-list-is-null-instead-of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together.. details
    • Maybe this link is helpful: - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or .. details
    • You have dependency on jersey-media-json-jackson or directly on Jackson 2.x and no other JSON provider (i.e.. details
    • @SotiriosDelimanolis: Ah okay that's clear.. details
    • Works fine, but I have to do it in this way inside the resource method: JAXBContext context JAXBContextFactory.createContext(new Class[] {ONIXMessage.class}, null); How can I fetch the eclipselink JAXBContext from Jersey?. details
    • The values returned by the getters are not null.. details
    • I was considering using some third-party libraries like Jackson to store all the data and then return a Jackson object to the client (Jersey can transfer a Jackson object to right JSON format data automatically).. details
    • I don't have enough for an answer yet but.. details
    • You say you are using Jersey/JAX-RS, so you Yoga should be of particular interest.. details
    • Request 1 should return entity A with properties X,Y in the JSON response Request 2 should return entity A with properties X,Y,Z in the JSON response Entity A is configured such that property Z is using @JsonIgnore so it is not returned in the JSON response Problem How do I return property Z in Request 2 if it is set to @JsonIgnore in the entity?. details
    • But the answer (for Jersey 2.2 + Jackson at least) was a more up-to-date provider CODESNIPPET .. details
    • tried that as well, but I get the expected error, that jersey does not know how to map the returned class in my action: A message body writer for Java class xxx, and Java type class xxx, and MIME media type text/plain was not found.. details
    • Jersey 2.0 provides support for JSON using MOXy an Jackson.. details
    • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: json.moxy .. details
    • It brings along more complexity than it sounds like you need.. details
    • And I get an error in my android application Expected BEGIN_OBJECT but was BEGIN_ARRAY I would greatly appreciate your help.. details
    • And in android side I deserialize the JSON response like this : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I hope this is not a Jackson or Jersey bug.. details
    • Is the point to abandon Jersey in favor of a different framework, i.e.. details
    • Thank you for the quick and impressive answer.. details
    • If you can tell, I printed out the value of the car.getMake() String and inside the console / shell, it ways says this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This approach uses the standard 'MessageBodyReader/Writer interfaces to interact with the Jersey client API and clearly demonstrates that you do NOT need to use Jackson to produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey.. details
    • To produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey one have to use Jackson!. details
    • I just tried it on a Jersey servlet (which uses Jackson) and it worked fine.. details
    • Moxy is much prettier :) But one of the reasons to move to make our data available via Json is to reduce transmission bandwidth so is it possible to get MOXy to generate all one line, and without the extra spaces around each : ?. details
    • Cool :) 3) The traceback shows the client is expecting XML ... but getting JSON instead.. details
    • The following blog post (not mine) shows one way to configure Jersey, and the comments link through to alternative (possibly simpler) ways to make the JSON representation correct for arrays: element-arrays.html [ - and-single-element-arrays.html] .. details
    • 3) MyFooCollectionWrapper looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • But if I return a simple String, the result is not really what I expected.. details
    • Thanks - what is the difference between jersey and jax B ?. details
    • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add Jackson to my project configure Jersey to enable FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy.. details
    • It also supports templating.. details
    • So therefore, I'd like to use a flag in my request or something clever to specify the content- type returned.. details
    • With natural notation, Jersey will automatically figure out how individual items need to be processed, so that you do not need to do any kind of manual configuration.. details
    • Does Jackson with Jersey support polymorphic classes over JSON?. details
    • Aside from Jersey (and other JAX-RS impls like RESTeasy), which use Jackson, you might also benefit from using something like jDBI for binding relational data in POJOs first.It does many things bigger ORMs (like Hibernate) do, but is simpler to use for most common tasks.. details
    • Thanks, but I was specifically interested in a solution integrated with Jersey.. details
    • Summary is not present as an attribute in the received json, but as a value of the "fields" attribute.. 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
  • 0. follow text resource util arraylist header body prevent throw plain: 23
    • The question is quite unclear... You only get the error when the returned List as 1 element?. details
    • Just started learning webservices in jersey and its confusing me a quite bit.. details
    • I'm getting the exact same error.. details
    • Sorry, I messed up the sample code while anonymizing it.. details
    • Dependencies (if using maven): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Do you need to serve up the resource as a _real_ text/plain to any clients or can you live with telling lies for good reasons?. details
    • I get this regardless of what @Produces and @Consumes annotations I add to my methods though they should both be MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON .. details
    • For a while the following bug existed in Jersey that prevented MOXy from being used in this way which may be what you are hitting now.. details
    • JSON deserialisation failing (HTTP 400) with Jersey / MOXy.. details
    • Digging into jersey source code I noticed the class "WadlGeneratorJAXBGrammarGenerator" the following code : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I have been Googling and trying to get this to work for hours...The problem is the server is not receiving data as init-param but as text.. details
    • But this shows the following error CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Error responses thrown from the body of a resource will serialize properly.. details
    • so I need to force my application to respond with _text/plain_ in the header but still projecting my classes to _json_ output.. details
    • Wrong type for the integer list?. details
    • Code for retrieve (client): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I suggested you should use sub-class thereof (MyTypeIdentifierArray) and NOT JsonArray directly -- problem may come from the fact that Jersey does not pass all necessary type information.. details
    • This must have been answered previously, but my Google powers are off today and I have been struggling with this for a bit.. details
    • The last line, specifically the WebResource#get() call, throws the following exception: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • However, the same jersey, when using to deserialize this data, is screaming the following: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Giving the error: A message body writer for Java class java.util.ArrayList, and Java type class java.util.ArrayList, and MIME media type application/json was not found This prevent the use of HTTP status code and headers.. details
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I'm just starting to use Jersey and am not clear on how to use it to return JSON.. details
  • 1. return solve message call configure jackson context catch jerseytest result: 28
    • I included artifact "jersey-json" in my pom.xml and it solved my problem.. details
    • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey... and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data... and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining... so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem.... details
    • I have Edit the Json, this one missed the 10 first characteres.. details
    • This is essential when configuring JerseyTest too, otherwise only the server part of a JerseyTest will work with POJOs and the client in your test class will fail: .. details
    • Dependencies (from the POM File): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The problem is that I get an error when I pass a JSON to it.. details
    • I want to eliminate this field from the result.. details
    • Surround all calls to Jersey for parsing in a Try{ }catch() block, where the catch should return an error code and not process further.. details
    • My first impression would be to consider this an error message, purely based on the way the message is phrased ("couldn't find").. details
    • You have to support the preflight in the server code or the CORS request will be rejected.. details
    • But from the curl command on the command line (this response is more important): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • But the problem is that if I return a Response: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It returns a 201 containing this JSON Object (which is what I want): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
    • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
    • The problem is, that I get an for the second method as soon as I set [handleAs: "json"]-flag.. details
    • Any idea to solve this problem?. details
    • Being relatively new to Jersey, I am sure this problem has been solved.. details
    • Unfortunately the article is in German, which I had to translate for myself - let me know if it doesn't actually address your problem.. details
    • but none so far have solved the problem.. details
    • A side benefit of this is that Jackson generates much better error messages in the case that the client passes it bogus JSON content, compared to Jersey's native JSON handling implementation.. details
    • Currently I'm using Jersey, but calling circleSender.send() with the above above scenario gives an exception CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I solved it by having a utility jar file that reads a properties file to configure contexts for Jersey Servlets, handlers, static files, exploded webapps etc in such a way that the resulting application jar configures the contexts automagically and is run from the command line.. details
    • Yes, I get it but the problem is to convert it, this is the title of the topic : Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
    • PS: you also need to get rid of the {"code":"1234","names":{"Some":"Name","Manish":"Pandit"}} annotations to make it work .. details
    • Do you guys have any idea what the problem might be?. details
    • I'm using jersey and jackson together to develop my REST API, and I'm having a problem when deserializing date string.. details
    • I trying to learn how to write RESTful apps in Java using Jersey andHibernate, and I'm struggling to understand how to handle parent/child typerelationships when POSTing data to a Resource.. details
  • 2. request jackson call expose implement provider messagebodywriter require translate snippet: 17
    • I later found a Jackson jaxrs provider that will hook up to Jersey automatically as opposed to the jackson module provided by Jersey which required configuration.. details
    • I do not have a clue about Jersey, sorry.. details
    • My ajax requests keep getting the "Unsupported Media Type" error and status.. details
    • Must be some kind of problem with serializing/deserializing of JSONObjects in jersey.. details
    • I have a problem with parsing JSON to Date object.. details
    • I'm trying to run batch requests against Facebook with Jersey.. details
    • I'm about to setup a REST-Webservice with Jersey.At the moment I am a bit confused about the correct representation of Strings or other Value types in JSON.Here are two snippets: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • When I expose this class in a restful api call using jersey, is it possible to somehow mark the 'password' property so it doesn't get exposed (converted to json or xml)?. details
    • can anyone suggest me why i am getting this type of error , the error log is here CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Im using @XmlSeeAlso to specify all inheriting classes (15 :-), without it serialization caused an error.. details
    • I have a class that I would like to expose through a Jersey RESTful API.. details
    • But when I call get I get this error stack : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • PS - if you use Chrome to translate the page like I did, make sure to switch back to the original to see the code snippets as parts of them get mistakenly "translated" into whitespace.. details
    • This is currently not an option for me because the request is coming from an cross domain ajax call, where the content-type will always be _/_.. details
    • You can attach @Provider to class A, and make it implements MessageBodyWriter such as: @Providerpublic class A implements MessageBodyWriter This will force you to override the required methods(writeTo, getSize, isWriteable) while jersey is tranporting the objects in your methods.. details
    • Jersey + Jackson deserialization problem with date object.. details
    • and expose it.. details
  • 3. exception jaxb single html javax internal call return follow find: 20
    • I am most familiar with Jersey, which exposes /ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputStream() [ docs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client/ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputSt ream()] It would be used by invoking CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Choose which fields you want to see at call-time Navigate entity relationships in a single call for complex views .. details
    • Here is an example on how to implement a bodywriter/reader /genson/source/browse/src/main/java/com/owlike/genson/ext/jersey/GensonJsonCon verter.java.. details
    • Edit 1, exception stacktrace:** CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Currently I just get a lot of Internal Server Error errors without any log entries on the server and just think "I have to do something totally wrong, this can't be so hard" Can anyone give me a hint?. details
    • I'm struggling with serialization an emplty list and single element list in Jersey for days now.. details
    • Your issue results really weird for me... it seems that there must be some problem with Jersey's JSON serialization of single element arrays... if you Google "_Jersey JSON single element arrays_" you'll find the same issue, like element-arrays.html [here] or /jersey-json-array-with-1-element-is-serialized-as-object [here] .. details
    • If you are using the n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with @XmlTransient to omit them.. details
    • This exception happens only at first call.. details
    • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link.. details
    • Using a Utility Class, I decided to hard code the POJOs as follows: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • In reality I have more than one field that would replicate because JSON structure is a bit more complex, I've simplified it for sake of clarity.. details
    • But the Application exits with Exception in thread "main" javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: javax.xml.bind.UnmarshalException , with linked exception [com.sun.istack.internal.SAXParseException2; lineNumber: 1; columnNumber: 14; unexpected element (uri:"", local:"price"). Expected elements are <{}article>,<{}item>] .. details
    • The status field isn't the problem, not remotely.. details
    • I think the problem that you are seeing with the ipiList is due to an issue with single element arrays/lists in an underlying library that Jersey uses for mapping to JSON.. details
    • If I am on the right track, what is class for the default JSON filter that I can extend?. details
    • By default, Jersey is using JAXB for the (un)marshalling process, and unfortunately, JAXB JSON processor is not standard (_one-element arrays are ignored, empty arrays are transformed into a one-element empty array..._).. details
    • I have a complete solution by which 1 jar file is added as a dependency and several tiny files (app.properties, classpath.sh, log4j.properties and run.sh) that completely configure a Jetty8 instance for numerous contexts, Handlers, Servlets, JerseyServlets, StaticFiles and ExplodedWebApps.. details
    • Java numbers and booleans are correctly mapped into JSON numbers and booleans, and you do not need to bother with XML attributes, as in JSON, they keep the original names and would like to use it everywhere, but I haven't been able to figure out how to.. details
    • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: com.sun.jersey.api.MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java.util.Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java.util.List, and MIME media type application/json was not found I use Jersey 1.6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming.. details
  • 4. request exception solution low documentation understand deserialization reply copy pojo: 17
    • Yes, my exception mapper works, but not for those.... details
    • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
    • I'm adding this as my own answer because i think this will help anyone with a horrible working copy of Jersey in the future.. details
    • Now I am trying to build a war application to provide a JSON Webservice API.. details
    • Without having to use that kind of solution: (My problem with the linked solution is the necessity to declare a bloated copy-constructor).. details
    • If you are using POJO mapping or want to exclude fields only for some requests, you should construct the JSON with the ://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.low.level.approac h.section [low-level-JSON-API] .. details
    • problem was that library jersey-jason was missing!. details
    • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.. details
    • I know that I can detect this on the client side, but it seems like a very ugly hack.. details
    • Where I'm struggling is getting the JSON deserialization to work as seamlessly as the XML deserialization.. details
    • However, we are dealing with difficulties in Cross-Domain JSON requests.. details
    • I tried to map a different method to a specific URL @Path("/upgrade/somePath?count=true") but Jersey was not happy to serve that.. details
    • I was confused by the Jersey documentation and didn't understand all the requirements that are needed.. details
    • When using Apache Jersey with Jackson for JSON serialisation (on both server and client), I'm hitting a problem when deserialising a generic List.. details
    • Avoid the HttpSession .. details
    • I can fetch the Download object itself without any problems... CODESNIPPET .. details
    • While default setting is not to do this, Jersey may choose to override this keep behavior similar to other serializers.. details
  • 5. exception add jackson rest service output follow bundle pojo module: 27
    • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.. details
    • I have added jersey-json dependency but the problem's still the same.. details
    • A field that isn't mentionned in the Fields class seems to trigger this error: Exception in thread "main" com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: org.codehaus.jackson.map.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field "timetracking" (Class com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.domain.IssueFields), not marked as ignorable (tried with Element as well as a Field class, same result).. details
    • Thanks I'll try adding jersey-media-json-jackson but the link seems to be broken.. details
    • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?. details
    • But when running it I am getting "SEVERE: Allocate exception for servlet Jersey REST Servicejava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.json.JSONArray".. details
    • Then the output will be (assuming {type:"beanImpl", a:"somevalue"} also has a no-arg constructor): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I get following exception of server console: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get a code base that allows me to return the output like this for both XML and JSON.. details
    • The serialization of the object using Jersey's Jackson default serializers with the added metadata will be the following... CODESNIPPET .. details
    • @Pete I tested this code outside of Jersey, but I was able to reproduce your original exception and resolve it with this code.. details
    • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on MOXy and JSON support would work _out-of-the-box_ (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I use Google App Engine and have struggled a lot with this also, if you use jersey-bundle-1.17.jar most of the stuff work until you add CODESNIPPET .. details
    • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
    • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
    • exception at first call of jersey service on app engine.. details
    • I have developped some rest services using jersey on app-engine.I have an exception when I call this services for the first time.. details
    • How can I intercept a parse error in my Jersey REST application?. details
    • I had tried that before but it wasn't working because I didn't have the jackson jar in the buildpath of my project (Based on the documentation I thought it was built into jersey's core library).. details
    • This problem is fixed with jersey-bundle-1.8.jar .. details
    • Where the @XmlSeeAlso annotation was critical to get the XML deserialization working properly, it seemed that the equivalent for JSON was @JsonSubTypes .. details
    • I can't figure out where the problem come from since I know my client POJO are exactly similar to server side one.. details
    • Can I get Jersey to use natural JSON notation globally/as default?. details
    • Jersey Exception : SEVERE: A message body reader for Java class.. details
    • The 2nd line outputs the JSON string response correctly, however the 3rd line to marshal JSON to the POJO is not happening and I get the following exception stacktrace CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Fixed the abstract Foo problem.. details
    • Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
  • 6. jackson add provider moxy jaxb output configure notation time jax: 27
    • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.. details
    • I am now struggling for a considerable amount of time trying to configure Moxy and it seams to be way more complicated than what was adding CODESNIPPET .. details
    • You can use a TypeReference to make it a little cleaner as regards the generics.. details
    • Well why not skip Jackson entirely and grab the output directly from jersey.. details
    • I know that this post is old and you figured this out a long time ago, but just to save the people who will read this some time.You probably forgot to add annotation to the entity you are passing to the endpoint, so Jersey does not know how to process the POJO it receives.Annotate the pojo with something like this: @XmlRootElement(name "someName") .. details
    • This problem has been evoked here : jaxbannotationintrospector-noclassdeffounderror [Appengine-java---Jersey /Jackson-JaxbAnnotationIntrospector-NoClassDefFoundError] I tried to apply the suggested solution and add the jackson-xc library to my project.But I'm still having the exception.. details
    • So my question is whether these log messages indicate a (potential) problem with the way we are configuring or using Jersey.. details
    • unfortunately it gives back same error and doesn't access the service...this is really weird because I found a lot of posts and everything seem to be fine and similar to what I have.. details
    • The default Jersey Jackson provider is configured to use JAXB annotations alongside Jackson ones ;-) The only issue is that the exact configuration of this provider is not documented :-(.. details
    • Maybe weblogic add something, I don't know weblogic, I must just integrate with a project unfortunatelly made for him.. details
    • 2) The stuff in your screen shot (presumably Jersey?). details
    • Well, for starters, you need to get rid of this line (if you haven't already): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details
    • More details**: A similar problem exists if instead of a List of objects, I attempt to deserialize a List of enums.. details
    • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output.. details
    • I followed the instructions example-with-jersey-jackson/ [here] which show how to use Jersey and Jackson POJOs(as opposed to JAXB).. details
    • Is it even possible to post a JSON in JQuery to a server that GET the JSON in Jersey JAVA,I'm struggling with the problem.. details
    • For More Information** MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Client-Side MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Server-Side Specifying-EclipseLink-MOXy-as-Your-JAXB-Provider UPDATE In GlassFish 4 EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is the default JSON-binding provider used by Jersey: .. details
    • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
    • To avoid the manual work, a new, natural, JSON notation was introduced in Jersey version 1.0.2.. details
    • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, impl-template-viewablemessagebodywriter [Jersey:-com.sun.jersey.server.impl.template.ViewableMessageBodyWriter] : I had forgotten to add the jersey-json module to my project.. details
    • If I remove the XMlRootElement and the XmlJavaTypeAdapter annotation, the json output looks like I wanted, but then the xml serialization failed.. details
    • Edit: Also, there's a great O'Riley book on the subject (shocking, I know); RESTful-Java-with-JAX-RS .. details
    • This would not occur with Jackson annotations; and ideally not if you combine Jackson and JAXB annotations (I thought Jersey enabled both).If Jackson annotation processing is also enabled, adding @JsonProperty next to 'getBiz' should also do the trick.. details
    • Output of project.json (see nested technologies list): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned here ): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • By default you will see XML output.. details
  • 7. service response call docs throw create exception jackson output pojo: 20
    • Thanks, now I'm working with Jersey, and REST services don't look so difficult as they seamed before.. details
    • where is the service broken?!. details
    • I kept searching for a much more complex cause.. details
    • Now i have been create an html page in another project** where i will put same $.getJSON call which specified above will throw error in console as CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?. details
    • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this.I've look the jackson-docs , jersey-docs and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully.. details
    • I am building a RESTful web-service in Java using Jersey 1.11, and have problems implementing a method which consumes a list of JSON-ised entities.. details
    • Serializing Jersey exceptions from filter throws error.. details
    • sorry for my bad English.. details
    • Here's my actual client (a Jersey based Restful Web Service): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Calling that method in a Browswer will display a pure String without any JSON- Stuff (Curly Braces etc): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Simply serve your file data using GET and application/octect-stream using on of the factory methods of javax.ws.rs.core.Response (part of the JAX-RS API, so you're not locked into Jersey): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I've verified server has no problem creating the Json response.. details
    • As to problem itself: this is usually caused by incompatible types used -- type used for deserialization (reading JSON value into POJO) must be such that @JsonTypeInfo annotation is visible.. details
    • The whole thing breaks horribly.. details
    • Doh - sorry, when making the example - I messed up the code trying to make it simpler (should have been setBiz).. details
    • I was hoping for a native Jersey way to do it but I suppose it doesn't matter enough to worry about it.. details
    • When trying to consume the JSON at the client end, I get this error: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thats all you need to do... pop open your browser and browse to .. details
    • If you are using FireFox, install TamperData and change your accept header to application/json to see the JSON output.. details
  • 8. jaxb null content generate solve call create remove jax write: 26
    • Thanks I had this problem for quite a while, I saw somewhere in the jersey documenation that it would scan the classpath for providers and the JacksonProvider would be automatically discovered but this appears to be incorrect.. details
    • It's as if the failure to create the TestConfig object in the Jersey resource (publish(TestConfig t) blocks the POST from completing.. details
    • Looks like Jersey has undergone a lot of changes recently and I'm at a loss as to where I should be looking.. details
    • @Maged can you try to remove the default constructor on your customer bean?. details
    • Well first of all, I think that Jersey is doing the wrong thing here, since Content-Type is a header that describes the content of the request/response and you aren't including any content with the request, it should actually be basing its behaviour on the Accepts header instead, but leaving that aside.... Just because it's an ajax call, it doesn't mean that the content-type will always be /, on the client you can call setRequestHeader like so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
    • I am getting a HTTP 404 error as I try to write my registration API's.. details
    • I managed to solve JSON array and primitive field "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
    • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
    • (The action doesn't have any fields, which is why null shouldn't be a problem - it's the type of the class that's important).. details
    • To solve another problem I have moved from using Jersey to EclipseLink MOXy to generate JSON from a JAXB created object model ( created by Sun JAXB 2.1.12).. details
    • Additional Information as Requested**The json is generated from this MMD schema using JAXB and Jersey , see and The point is that I want to be able to generate Json and XML from one schema with the minimum of fuss, but apparently the Json doesn't look right so Im looking for a way to improve it (I don't really have any experience of json myself) .. details
    • All members of this object are null as if it was constructed with a default constructor.. details
    • That object has all members set to null as if it was just constructed with the default constructor.. details
    • The corresponding Java class (getters & setters omitted for brevity): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • In short you can write a custom JaxbContextResolver that looks a little like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • If I remove my JaxbResolver from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the [] s from single-element collections, ...).. details
    • This error occurs the first time I try to access the "data" field after deserialising it.. details
    • Problem is: an "issue" has a "summary" property and a list of fields.. details
    • On the other hand, if you're using the Jersey JSON plugin, you'd have to write a subclass of Map , and add JAXB annotations to it - kind of a pain in the ass.. details
    • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. details
    • This is how Jersey (JAX- RS reference implementation) converts POJOs to JSON by default.. details
    • it's really frustrating and I've been fighting with this issue for almost 5 hours now... :( I'd expect JAXB/Jersey to embed my list of downloads in the Project's Json Feed... but unfortunately it's completely missing.. details
    • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
    • It also has no problems with null (there is difference between missing entry and one having null), empty Lists or Strings (both are distinct from nulls).. details
    • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and/or JSON.. details
  • 9. find request message solution resource jackson add initparams produce follow: 57
    • Otherwise, where is the error, if he doesn't have any serialization code?!. details
    • Actually that is what I'm using I Added jersey-json to my maven dependencies then I used JAXBContextResolver, Is that what you mean or I misunderstand ?. details
    • The problem must be in Jersey's serialization.... details
    • It seems to be a problem only with one of my methods.. details
    • Have to go, sorry.. details
    • and i get the following error: message org.glassfish.jersey.message.internal.MessageBodyProviderNotFoundException: MessageBodyWriter not found for media type=application/json In my WEB-INF/lib folder I have the last release of jersey JAX-RS implementation (jaxrs-ri-2.5.jar) and the jersey-json.jar archive.. details
    • so anyhow, this solution worked for me and I am spending time to record this in SO in case if I ever happen to fall into this error, I would not have to waste my sleepy nights.. details
    • but when i try through script way it will show CORS error occurs.. details
    • There are no errors.. details
    • What have I done wrong?. details
    • So every time i send this request the following error appears: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • So what i m doing wrong?. details
    • I can POST requests to the service if the data is formatted as XML, but if I send it as JSON instead, the server generates an HTTP 400 (Bad Request), with the message: "The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect.".. details
    • I searched a lot I couldnt find a solution for my problem.. details
    • So still no idea why it happens but in my case the solution was to disable the wadl generation since I was not using it.Just add the following param to your web.xml CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The error I get is: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I suspect this has something to do with the fact that XmlAdapter is a list rather than a single value.. details
    • This is not a problem in my actual Resource classes, where I can specify the @Produces annotation.. details
    • Handle JSON parse error in Jersey.. details
    • ): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • What am I possibly doing wrong?. details
    • Indeed it looks like a bug.. details
    • Ok, i checked the example and added these: Map initParams new HashMap(); initParams.put("com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages", "server"); SelectorThread selector GrizzlyWebContainerFactory.create( " /", initParams );But still getting 400 bad request.... details
    • I know I am missing something really silly here.. details
    • This is where my problem is CODESNIPPET .. details
    • You can ignore the code in the post method, I just wanted to share so that you understand my error handling.. details
    • Include the code and any error messages that causes this not to work - linking to other questions doesnt help - we need to see the code that causes the problem .... details
    • What's wrong there?. details
    • Wrong annotations?. details
    • It throws me an error "SyntaxError: Unexpected token H" where "H" is the first letter of the returned string.. details
    • Code for the resource (on the server): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Even though I am 100% sure there is an error message part of the object before serialization.. details
    • Please suggest me if i am doing something wrong ...... details
    • Here's where we're at: 1) This is the problem: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • What I need is some kind of magic serializer for HashMap*s in Jersey and I cannot seem to interpret the docs well enough to understand how to write one or work around this problem while still maintaining the flexibility of my interface.. details
    • Are my expectations wrong or am I missing something obvious here?. details
    • It works _almost_ fine, however the _first_ request to the server always ends up with the exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/codehaus/jackson/xc/JaxbAnnotationIntrospector For some reason gae/jersey cannot find this class on the initial request.. details
    • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
    • I am trying to access these methods from IOS and maybe that's one of the problems.. details
    • So I think it must be a wrong JSON message?. details
    • A solution was found here: td7015082.html [ - JSONWithPadding-td7015082.html] However, that solution extends the Jackson JSON object, not the default JSON provider.. details
    • What am I doing wrong?. details
    • So by default I'll get xml back.. details
    • First there is one jar missing in the Jersey requirements documentation, the Jackson XML Compability jar and also the documentation is confusing.. details
    • That this services produces JSON by default.. details
    • I got this error : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • By default, marshalling a @XmlJavaTypeAdapter bean containing a map gives the structure: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • What am I doing wrong?. details
    • What's wrong?. details
    • By default Jersey will use JAXB to process the JSON messages by leveraging the Jettison library.. details
    • I know there are some FAQ entries for Jersey, but they are pretty hard to find (so much so that I often can't find it... need to start bookmarking).. details
    • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
    • You may find it difficult to use servlet-mapping elements to describe your resource URLs, and this might result in you implementing something that looks very much like JAX-RS (if you end up with one controller servlet that parses the URI and dispatches the request to another object).. details
    • But when I try to access the resource, I get this exception: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.. details
    • Maybe Jersey just defaults to configuring ObjectMapper to suppress nulls?. details
    • Works nicely with Jersey, and I am use it myself (current Jersey version does not bundle full Pojo data binding by default, but will in near future) I would actually not use any of xml libs to produce "json": XStream and JAXB/Jettison can produce kind of JSON, but it uses ugly conventions that are rather non-intuitive.. details
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  • Thanks for this solution; I hope I can use it .
  • The object that produces this JSON looks like this, I'm using the same class on the client side: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • Then you send it using Jersey API, I think that it's correct (although I'm not an expert in Jersey ) Then your problem is that you are not deserializing the JSON correctly in your web service .
  • Thanks in advance I used NATURAL JSONConfiguration as presented in this question : and single element list as an array Jersey serialize empty list and single element list as an array But I think the better way is to use MAPPED JSONConfiguration but the problem with this configuration that it working only for one Class and It is not resolving the issue with the empty list .
  • I'm trying to return a List from jersey, which works fine in XML, but when I go to output it as JSON, it claims, "A message body writer for Java class and Java type and MIME media type application json was not found" .
  • I'm using Jersey in the server side REST Web service, I only get the error when the List returned one single element and when it has 0 elements I get java.lang.NullPointerException But when it has more than one it works perfectly, and this is how I'm doing it : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I have a working json service which looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It seems this might be the answer: jersey response for empty list is null instead of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together .
  • If i try it like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • That's it!.
  • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front end then its fine To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like jersey or GWTJsonizer and can store easily that to DB .
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add Jackson to my project configure Jersey to enable FEATURE POJO MAPPING slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy .
  • If you want to use only the Servlet part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path template parameters from the URI yourself .
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: and dependencies html#d0e383 modules and dependencies html#d0e383 (Section 2 3 1, 2 3 2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: eclipse tutorial jersey eclipse tutorial CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: .
  • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front end then its fine To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like jersey or GWTJsonizer and can store easily that to DB .
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add Jackson to my project configure Jersey to enable FEATURE POJO MAPPING slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy .
  • If you want to use only the Servlet part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path template parameters from the URI yourself .
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: and dependencies html#d0e383 modules and dependencies html#d0e383 (Section 2 3 1, 2 3 2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: eclipse tutorial jersey eclipse tutorial CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: .
  • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front end then its fine To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like jersey or GWTJsonizer and can store easily that to DB .
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add Jackson to my project configure Jersey to enable FEATURE POJO MAPPING slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy .
  • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: and dependencies html#d0e383 modules and dependencies html#d0e383 (Section 2 3 1, 2 3 2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: eclipse tutorial jersey eclipse tutorial CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add Jackson to my project configure Jersey to enable FEATURE POJO MAPPING slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy .
  • I'm using MOXy with Jersey to implement a RESTful API and want to return lists naturally for JSON and XML, by which I mean that the XML contains an element tag for the overall collection as well as the collection items, whereas the JSON contains a tag for the collection only .
  • Actually I try to develop an application with client and server infrastructure So i need to have html files in the client to consume the jersey web services in serverside It is really helpful if i make $ getJSON or $ ajax call from the html file in another project inorder to consume the web service .
  • Thanks in advance I used NATURAL JSONConfiguration as presented in this question : and single element list as an array Jersey serialize empty list and single element list as an array But I think the better way is to use MAPPED JSONConfiguration but the problem with this configuration that it working only for one Class and It is not resolving the issue with the empty list .
  • Request 1 should return entity A with properties X,Y in the JSON response Request 2 should return entity A with properties X,Y,Z in the JSON response Entity A is configured such that property Z is using @JsonIgnore so it is not returned in the JSON response Problem How do I return property Z in Request 2 if it is set to @JsonIgnore in the entity?.
  • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com sun jersey spi container ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com hp web user dto ProfileDto, and Java type class com hp web user dto ProfileDto, and MIME media type application json; charset=UTF 8 was not found .
  • notificationAddress is null If I post using XML, it still works ok UPDATE#2: I have reduced my code to the smallest subset that demonstrates the problem, and you can get it here: The above link contains a zip with 2 Eclipse projects; TestService (the Jersey RESTful service that accepts a Subscription object) and TestPage (a html page with some JavaScript to POST a subscription object in either JSON or XML) .
  • But when I try to access the resource, I get this exception: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • I have a class that I would like to expose through a Jersey RESTful API .
  • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output .
  • The error I get is: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?.
  • Additional Information as Requested**The json is generated from this MMD schema using JAXB and Jersey , see and The point is that I want to be able to generate Json and XML from one schema with the minimum of fuss, but apparently the Json doesn't look right so Im looking for a way to improve it (I don't really have any experience of json myself) .
  • Is it even possible to post a JSON in JQuery to a server that GET the JSON in Jersey JAVA,I'm struggling with the problem .
  • I can POST requests to the service if the data is formatted as XML, but if I send it as JSON instead, the server generates an HTTP 400 (Bad Request), with the message: "The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect " .
  • The problem is that I get an error when I pass a JSON to it .
  • This is where my problem is CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic .
  • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this I've look the jackson docs , jersey docs and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully .
  • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link .
  • If I remove my JaxbResolver from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the [] s from single element collections, ) .
  • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on MOXy and JSON support would work out of the box (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic .
  • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on MOXy and JSON support would work out of the box (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem .
  • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this I've look the jackson docs , jersey docs and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully .
  • If I remove my JaxbResolver from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the [] s from single element collections, ) .
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic .
  • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic .
  • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, impl template viewablemessagebodywriter Jersey: com sun jersey server impl template ViewableMessageBodyWriter : I had forgotten to add the jersey json module to my project .
  • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax ws rs WebApplicationException: com sun jersey api MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java util Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java util List, and MIME media type application json was not found I use Jersey 1 6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming .
  • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem .
  • Your issue results really weird for me it seems that there must be some problem with Jersey's JSON serialization of single element arrays if you Google " Jersey JSON single element arrays " you'll find the same issue, like element arrays html here or jersey json array with 1 element is serialized as object here .
  • Additional Information as Requested**The json is generated from this MMD schema using JAXB and Jersey , see and The point is that I want to be able to generate Json and XML from one schema with the minimum of fuss, but apparently the Json doesn't look right so Im looking for a way to improve it (I don't really have any experience of json myself) .
  • I know that this post is old and you figured this out a long time ago, but just to save the people who will read this some time You probably forgot to add annotation to the entity you are passing to the endpoint, so Jersey does not know how to process the POJO it receives Annotate the pojo with something like this: @XmlRootElement(name "someName") .
  • Works nicely with Jersey, and I am use it myself (current Jersey version does not bundle full Pojo data binding by default, but will in near future) I would actually not use any of xml libs to produce "json": XStream and JAXB Jettison can produce kind of JSON, but it uses ugly conventions that are rather non intuitive .
  • Well first of all, I think that Jersey is doing the wrong thing here, since Content Type is a header that describes the content of the request response and you aren't including any content with the request, it should actually be basing its behaviour on the Accepts header instead, but leaving that aside Just because it's an ajax call, it doesn't mean that the content type will always be , on the client you can call setRequestHeader like so: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
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  • this :/: and these are the easier solutions ! .
  • i have good experience with jersey .
  • it works fine in simple tests like this (/( my xml annotated classes )/) :/: and classes )/) codesnippet java4 .
  • it 's better you have a restful framework like jersey (/( )/) or resteasy ] (/( .
  • it to pojo using many available library like jersey and can store easily that to db .
  • a json engine in jersey would recommend as well if you do anything restful on and appengine .
  • a json in jersey would recommend as well if you do anything restful on and appengine .
  • working with json :/: here 's the jersey user guide that to jersey to json :/: .
  • a good tutorial for installing maven and jersey :/: eclipse tutorial jersey eclipse tutorial codesnippet java1 .
  • this kind in java there are frameworks that can help you , such as jersey resteasy and jersey .
  • i managed to solve json array ``/`` bug in jersey (/( v1 14 sep 2012 )/) .
  • if you are using the n html #/# json jaxb approach section jaxb approach .
  • i am most familiar with jersey .
  • edit :/: also , there 's a great o'riley book on the (/( shocking and the subject (/( shocking .
  • i did this configuration in my web xml (/( as mentioned here )/) :/: codesnippet java1 .
  • also the lib )/) this i 've look the docs , and tiring searchs on google .
  • a (/( that may be unnecessary )/) i want to return a url for that array .
  • full arraylist (/( that may be unnecessary )/) i want to a url for that array .
  • for that array , the product list must be retrive sending a get to this link .
  • for a while , it was apparent .
Summaries of the opinions about org.glassfish.jersey using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
    • You have dependency on jersey media json jackson or directly on Jackson 2 x and no other JSON provider (i e .
    • Thanks I'll try adding jersey media json jackson but the link seems to be broken .
    • Jersey is the reference implementation of JAX RS, a web services standard .
    • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and or JSON .
    • Thanks what is the difference between jersey and jax B ?.
    • This is how Jersey (JAX RS reference implementation) converts POJOs to JSON by default .
    • So you are probably using a framework (my guess: JAX RS implementation like maybe Jersey)?.
    • This is how Jersey (JAX RS reference implementation) converts POJOs to JSON by default .
    • Maybe this link is helpful: example with jersey jackson or .
    • Jersey Jackson deserialization problem with date object .
    • I hope this is not a Jackson or Jersey bug .
    • Jersey Jackson deserialization problem with date object .
    • Obviously there is much more to it, but Jersey makes all that stuff quite easy .
    • 2) The stuff in your screen shot (presumably Jersey?).
    • Does Jackson with Jersey support polymorphic classes over JSON?.
    • Jersey Jackson deserialization problem with date object .
    • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?.
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
    • Maybe this link is helpful: example with jersey jackson or .
    • Jersey Jackson deserialization problem with date object .
    • Obviously there is much more to it, but Jersey makes all that stuff quite easy .
    • 2) The stuff in your screen shot (presumably Jersey?).
    • But the answer (for Jersey 2 2 Jackson at least) was a more up to date provider CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • The serialization of the object using Jersey's Jackson default serializers with the added metadata will be the following CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Try it, maybe this time it will work well (and Jersey works either with XML and JSON) .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • I currently use Jersey and it's good .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • If i try it like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I have a webservice which return this kind of json object : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON .
    • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it .
    • My second method looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Jersey is standard .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • I am working on a jersey web services .
    • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and or JSON .
    • Thanks, but I was specifically interested in a solution integrated with Jersey .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Try with Jersey!.
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Given a class like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Maybe "[jersey]( )" is a good keyword to start with for you .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Jersey JSON key value order .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • (or even jersey 1 x) .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • My test code looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Is the point to abandon Jersey in favor of a different framework, i e .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!.
    • The whole thing breaks horribly .
    • You could do something like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • An example start with a simple class CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • It might be worth looking into Jersey .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Thanks in advance CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • your JSON Should look like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • This works just fine, but when I do something more complicated: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Looks like I misunderstood how Jersey JSON POJO works .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • Here is a simple pojo CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • It worked with Jersey 1 12 as well .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • How do I use the Jersey JSON POJO support?.
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • And for the empty list to look like this : CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • But I really need JSON Data to look like this : CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Please I really need your help CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I had to use a Map instead and let Jersey parse it correctly .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • This is how a simple resource class in my project is looking: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I've thought about this kind of implementation: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • I am developing RESTful services with Jersey and it works great with GET methods .
    • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and or JSON .
    • I cant seem to post JSON to my webservice but XML works fine: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • But I think the correct JSON string should be: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • Maybe "[jersey]( )" is a good keyword to start with for you .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
    • An example start with a simple class CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
    • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • It might be worth looking into Jersey .
    • I have added jersey json dependency but the problem's still the same .
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Features:
  • (or even jersey 1.x).
  • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?
Documentation:
  • Maybe this link is helpful: URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/1.17/json.html .
  • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15094620/unable-to-make-cors-post-request - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.
Community:
  • Please any advice would be great!!
  • This exception happens only at first call.
Looks:
  • The service-side looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Thanks a lot.
  • What have I done wrong?
Performance:
  • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.
  • N/A
Security:
  • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • The values returned by the getters are not null.
  • I'm getting the exact same error.
Usability:
  • no i mean that you will have to provide an entry either in web.xml or some another config file which will tell jersey to use json support.
  • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.
  • Features: 81
    1. unmarshalling: 1
      • I insist on unmarshalling to this structure: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    2. return: 1
      • Shouldn't the first case return something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    3. service: 1
      • [NOTE] This approach is preferred cause It provide the user who invokesyour web service information about the status of the transaction or service .. details
    4. reference: 2
      • Jersey is the reference implementation of JAX-RS, a web services standard.. details
      • I have good experience with Jersey, which is the reference implementation of jax-ws.. details
    5. object: 1
      • if the media type requested by the client is any of application/javascript, application/x-javascript, text/ecmascript, application/ecmascript or text/jscript, then Jersey returns the object wrapped by the callback.. details
    6. list: 3
      • Yeah, sometimes it's the answers lower-down on the list that actually end-up working.. details
      • Now you can do whatever you want with your list of words working with a proper Java CODETERM1 .. details
      • Thanks to that, when I return a list of objects: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    7. mapping: 2
      • Yeap I did add the mapping bit com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true .. details
      • How can I adjust the following mapping so it'll recognize the relationship and save correctly?. details
    8. rest: 2
      • I am retuning values via REST so the user will see the returned fields.. 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
    9. general: 43
      • Looks like you're outputting an object, not a string.. details
      • I'm interested in server side of thing.. details
      • @Tichodroma Thank you, there are so many acronyms in Java world :).. details
      • @SotiriosDelimanolis: Ah okay that's clear.. details
      • (or even jersey 1.x).. details
      • I'll in a minute!.. details
      • I was thinking something like [this]( URL_http://pastebin.com/XJy4gkNj)Also since I'll be receiving various files on the client, how should I treat the HttpResponse's entity response?. details
      • @Tichodroma Thank you, there are so many acronyms in Java world :).. details
      • I have several other POJOs working without issue.. details
      • please improve your question by adding java as a tag and including 'Jersey API' in the title.. details
      • I am working on a jersey web services.. details
      • Any pointers would be great!. details
      • Could you please add a code snippet with your web-service method signature?. details
      • Could you please add a code snippet with your web-service method signature?. details
      • Please I really need your help CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I would greatly appreciate your help to solve this problem.. details
      • Please, provide the code of com.test.Jsonexample class.. details
      • I see, updated the question now!.. details
      • So I annotated the classes like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Again - cool :) 4) How do you do that?. details
      • Note sadly that URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5794713/java-util- map-to-json-object-with-jersey-jaxb-jackson [Java.util.Map-to-JSON-Object- with-Jersey-/-JAXB-/-Jackson] was not helpful, though it showed great promise.. details
      • :D Hope this will help someone else to waste less time!. details
      • My test code looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Thanks - what is the difference between jersey and jax B ?. details
      • while I have been playing with @QueryParam and @PathParam without results...always null.... details
      • Any help or pointer in the right direction would be much appreciated.. details
      • Please can someone help me?. details
      • What are the best practices?. details
      • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
      • Currently I do the standard thing: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I've thought about this kind of implementation: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Hope that's some help.. details
      • But they are always empty!. details
      • I want to parse the values from the JSON-Post into Java-Variables.. details
      • Try with Jersey!. details
      • Anyone else have any luck with this?. details
      • This involves creating a CODETERM2 like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • edit: I asked my question another way to try to make it clear: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5881058/how-to-map-a-bean-structure- to-a-different-schema-with-jax-rs [how-to-map-a-bean-structure-to-a-different- schema-with-jax-rs] .. details
      • Looks like I misunderstood how Jersey JSON/POJO works.. details
      • Try setting the content type header: postMethod.addRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json"); Btw, I strongly recommend URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • Try setting the content type header: postMethod.addRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json"); Btw, I strongly recommend URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • It might be worth looking into URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • It might be worth looking into URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
    10. jboss: 1
      • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. details
    11. json: 16
      • Can you post how the JSON sent from the server looks like?. details
      • If I define the nested list as an CODETERM1 sub-class then the JSON appears correct but not the XML (see "ExternalLocations" below).. details
      • JSON sample showing "locations" list correct but not "facilities"** See that the "facilities" list is a JSON object containing a JSON array, whereas I just want the JSON array (with the pluralised element name).. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19113280/jersey-rest-services-showing- exception-javax-ws-rs-webapplicationexception-java [like-this] following is the json string i received at my jersey client CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • When, for example there are 5 entries in the list, the response JSON ends up looking like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • My JSON data look like this when I set CODETERM2 CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • And in android side I deserialize the JSON response like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • your JSON Should look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • I get the following JSON object (with the second item in the ArrayList being added!. details
      • I have a webservice which return this kind of json object : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I have a working json service which looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I inspected the JSON returned and everything seems good at the RESTful Server end, but the nested JSON response is not clearly processed at the Client.. details
      • Most importantly... what is the functional difference between the different apis for xml and json data mapping i.e.. details
      • And the json output looks like CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Jersey JSON key/value order.. details
      • This should be converted into JSON like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    12. client: 1
      • But if I try to transfer a primitive, like String, Integer, Boolean, etc... Client CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    13. pojo: 2
      • On the server: 1) my web.xml has POJO Mapping set to true.. details
      • But be aware that the POJO Mapping will also return NULL values in the JSON.. details
    14. time: 1
      • Thank you for taking the time to read this... .. details
    15. android: 1
      • You have there a full working REST server Jersey example with Tomcat as server and Android on client side.. details
    16. curl: 1
      • CURL calls look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    17. class: 1
      • Given a class like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    18. types: 1
      • I have the correct MIME TYPES in my request.. details
  • Documentation: 43
    1. documentation: 2
      • It seems on official jersey site ( URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ) the documentation is pretty old.. details
      • It seems on official jersey site ( URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ) the documentation is pretty old.. details
    2. jax-rs: 1
      • For More Information URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] This is the way I would recommend using MOXy with Jersey, or any other JAX-RS provider.. details
    3. class: 2
      • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    4. object: 1
      • Seems at first similar to URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20569891 /moxy-list-of-objects-xml-and-json-cant-get-both-look-good [this-question] but I'm not trying to mix the types of object in my lists.. details
    5. rest: 2
      • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
      • I've added EclipseLink to the Eclipse forums I'm active in, but I have successfully integrated this solution into my Jersey ReST server application.. details
    6. general: 20
      • Maybe this link is helpful: URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/1.17/json.html .. details
      • I created a new question for this that I'd like you to answer here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18646747/how-to-produce-json-output-with - jersey-1-17-1-using-jaxb This can help others.. details
      • It seems this might be the answer: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12982199 /jersey-response-for-empty-list-is-null-instead-of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together.. details
      • Maybe this link is helpful: URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json - example-with-jersey-jackson/ or URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/1.17/json.html .. details
      • Take a look at the URL_https://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr339/index.html [JAX- RS-spec] or Jersey User Guide especially section devoted to URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json [JSON] ( URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#d0e6192 [JAXB- based-JSON-support] ).. details
      • Take a look at the URL_https://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr339/index.html [JAX- RS-spec] or Jersey User Guide especially section devoted to URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json [JSON] ( URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#d0e6192 [JAXB- based-JSON-support] ).. details
      • @Maged Did you update your web.xml like explained in the article?. details
      • No actually the tutorial is fine (working).. details
      • After some research I think that using URL_http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2727-deploy-java-restful-application-on- the-google-app-engine/ [jersey] is a good .. details
      • 6) Suggestion: look at this other tutorial - it might point you in the right direction: URL_http://www.vogella.com/articles/REST/article.html [ URL_http://www.vogella.com/articles/REST/article.html ] NOTE: _WHATEVER_ you need to do - it should be _REALLY_ simple!. details
      • I would appreciate any indication as to how to accomplish this.. details
      • Are there any best practices?. details
      • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
      • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
      • Useful thread URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9483764/java-webservice [Java-WebService] .. details
      • Useful thread URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9483764/java-webservice [Java-WebService] .. details
      • I've also tried implementing my own ContextResolver which applies a JSONJAXBContext I instantiated from Java code, where I can apply JSONConfiguration.natural() (an example of this looks like URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/2877953/275581 [this-answer] ).. details
      • I would recommend you to take a look at the following discussion regarding its internals URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1071749/how-to-reuse-jerseys-json-jaxb- for-serialization [related-post] .. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1434931/getting-json-from-jersey-with-circular-dependencies [Jersey] (Use @JsonIgnore instead of @XmlTransient to break the circular dependency) URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [Gson] (doesn't support circular references.. details
      • The example I'm working with models the relationship between employees andteams.. details
    7. maven: 2
      • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    8. json: 10
      • see this : URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json - And these are the easier solutions !.. details
      • see this : URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json - And these are the easier solutions !.. details
      • Download URL_https://maven.java.net/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=releas es&g=com.sun.jersey.samples&a=jacksonjsonprovider&v=1.13&c=project&e=zip to get a complete example using POJO based JSON support.. details
      • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
      • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
      • The Jersey documentation mentions this POJOMappingFeature/FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING prominently (it's the first example in the doc page I linked in the question), but doesn't describe exactly what it means, and from the way that document presents its information I thought this option (5.1, "POJO support") was at odds with option 5.2 ("JAXB based JSON support") which sounded more like what I wanted.. details
      • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
      • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
    9. annotations: 1
      • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web.xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and Java type class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and MIME media type application/json; charset=UTF-8 was not found.. details
    10. moxy: 2
      • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
      • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
  • Community: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Please any advice would be great!!. details
      • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.. details
  • Looks: 10
    1. output: 1
      • The XML output looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    2. json: 1
      • and the Json in the body looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    3. pojo: 1
      • 2) MyFooDTO is simply a POJO that looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    4. general: 7
      • The service-side looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • My method signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • So what my Java model parts looks like this CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • My second method looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • 3) MyFooCollectionWrapper looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • and the relevant resource signature looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • But I want that it looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Onlysentiment: 64
    1. null: 1
      • I am only getting null values for all params.. details
    2. general: 63
  • Performance: 3
    1. general: 3
      • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.. details
      • And voil!. 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
  • Security: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.. details
  • Bug: 13
    1. jackson: 1
      • I hope this is not a Jackson or Jersey bug.. details
    2. general: 7
      • The values returned by the getters are not null.. details
      • Hope this helps someone else who may have been stuck with the same or similar problem.. details
      • Since the XML requests are working, I assume that these generated objects are correct.. details
      • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
      • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
      • I am returning errors on all exceptions and ok with CODETERM1 when successful.. details
      • I've been working on this problem for awhile now, with no solution so far.. details
    3. json: 1
      • However, when I need to throw an error from within this filter, instead of serializing the exception into a pretty json string it, it throws a 500 with the following error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    4. date: 1
      • So In the request i see that the date is formated like CODETERM1 , but in the response the date is like an unixtimestamp and my Deserializer throws an Exception CODETERM2 Why my Server don't use my (De)Serializer classes?. details
    5. serialization: 1
      • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!. details
    6. android: 1
      • And I get an error in my android application CODETERM1 I would greatly appreciate your help.. details
    7. null: 1
      • Currently the CODETERM2 is NULL when it's saved and I have to query for the entity manually.. details
  • Usability: 331
    1. parsing: 2
      • If you want to use only the _Servlet_ part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path/template parameters from the URI yourself.. details
      • If you want to use only the _Servlet_ part of Java EE to do this, it's possible but you'll have to do things like parsing path/template parameters from the URI yourself.. details
    2. marshalling: 1
      • Update: I confirmed that CODETERM9 marshalling is indeed working for scalar CODETERM10 properties by adding a scalar CODETERM11 property and observing the expected output in the JSON.. details
    3. deserialization: 1
      • It seems like Jersey is still using JacksonJsonProvider to handle the deserialization somehow.. details
    4. spring: 4
      • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
      • I have used happily Jersey/JAX-RS but I would suggest you Spring MVC 3**, not only for the rest api support but also for other interesting stuff as IoC or beans that could turn out to be useful.. details
      • Answer from Kim Burgaard above works also for Jersey Spring WS.. details
      • There is no pre-packaged way to do what you want as Jersey is nicely integrated with Spring via the URL_http://blogs.oracle.com/enterprisetechtips/entry/jersey_and_spring [Jersey-Spring] API so there's really no reason to re-invent the wheel.. details
    5. eclipselink: 2
      • Works fine, but I have to do it in this way inside the resource method: JAXBContext context JAXBContextFactory.createContext(new Class[] {ONIXMessage.class}, null); How can I fetch the eclipselink JAXBContext from Jersey?. details
      • I have a relatively simple RESTful web service which uses Jersey and Eclipselink MOXy.. details
    6. request: 3
      • i'm working on a project for university, wich makes me mad.I need to develop a webservice with jersey, but every request sends me just this CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Hi I've got a scenario where I would like to control the content type return by a jersey web-service dynamically without using request header content-type.. details
      • So therefore, I'd like to use a flag in my request or something clever to specify the content- type returned.. details
    7. rest: 7
      • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
      • I'm using Jersey in the server side REST Web service, I only get the error when the List returned one single element and when it has CODETERM1 I get CODETERM2 But when it has more than one it works perfectly, and this is how I'm doing it : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I've added EclipseLink to the Eclipse forums I'm active in, but I have successfully integrated this solution into my Jersey ReST server application.. details
      • I'd like to to GET a Java object with a REST call, using Jersey.The question: can I send object of class A and receive object of class B, if A has all B's members?. details
      • JAX-RS is a REST framework (Java Api for Rest-like web Services), and Jersey is the JAX-RS reference implementation.. details
      • REST is resource-centric, not operation-centric (like RPC).. details
      • EDIT2: Like Jersey, I am looking for REST support (POST,GET,DELETE,PUT).. details
    8. general: 124
      • One of the best ways to use Jersey is using IoC.. details
      • By the way, in my last Jersey project I didn't use @XmlRootElement property, I just had an ordinary JavaBean, and all worked fine (i.e.. details
      • It worked perfectly.. details
      • If you don't, using the default one provided by Jersey is enough (JSONConfiguration feature).. details
      • It seems this might be the answer: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12982199 /jersey-response-for-empty-list-is-null-instead-of But I still don't get it, how to make all working together.. details
      • Maybe "[jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /)" is a good keyword to start with for you.. details
      • @agksmehx - you can do this in Jersey by defining a custom context resolver.. details
      • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /) or [resteasy]( URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy) .. details
      • This solution is simple and elegant.. details
      • I created a new question for this that I'd like you to answer here: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18646747/how-to-produce-json-output-with - jersey-1-17-1-using-jaxb This can help others.. details
      • Nice.... details
      • @Sikorski You mean actually a solution like the one provided in the answer of TheArchitect?. details
      • I had to use a Map instead and let Jersey parse it correctly.... details
      • thanks, this worked great, but what if I want to consume a whole folder structure?. details
      • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /) or [resteasy]( URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy) .. details
      • @Sikorski You mean actually a solution like the one provided in the answer of TheArchitect?. details
      • Maybe "[jersey]( URL_https://jersey.java.net /)" is a good keyword to start with for you.. details
      • Solution: I ended working around this by creating DTOs to replace these ADTs.. details
      • What eventually helped me was a dependecy which includes pretty much every thing you need.. details
      • Dependencies Remove both CODETERM1 (this module doesn't exist any more in Jersey 2.x) and CODETERM2 (which is only for Jersey 1.x) and add one of the modules CODETERM3 (JAXB) or CODETERM4 (POJO).. details
      • web.xml Remove CODETERM5 and CODETERM6 which are Jersey 1.x specific and have no use in Jersey 2.x.. details
      • some solutions here point to web.xml and things like POJOMappingFeature.. details
      • I want it to be displayed like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • I don't have enough for an answer yet but.. details
      • You say you are using Jersey/JAX-RS, so you URL_https://github.com/skyscreamer/yoga [Yoga] should be of particular interest.. details
      • Is there are better way to do this dynamically besides using @JsonIgnore?Below is some "Demonstration" code to help clarify my question.. details
      • It was nice to hear from you and learn about MOXy.. details
      • Try this last solution, you can of corse make it more modular to support other types, but thats the idea.. details
      • Do I need something to add support for JSON?. details
      • Read a custom header and its value from Request: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • It makes the code much easier to understand.. details
      • Sounds like Jersey accidentally tried to deserialize non-JSON stuff (simple Strings, maybe?). details
      • It brings along more complexity than it sounds like you need.. details
      • It brings along more complexity than it sounds like you need.. details
      • You could do something like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • This works like a charm!. details
      • It seems like everything is there.... details
      • I think PathParam and also a Param which should unmarshalled by Jersey(JAX-RS) is not possible.Please try to remove the PathParam Parameter.. details
      • The single instance method works fine.. details
      • Similar questions have been asked before and one straight forward suggestion was to change the consumed media type to text and de-serialize the URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11237102/jax-rsjersey-to-consumes- array-of-json-object-in-post-request [JSON-manually] but I'd prefer a cleaner solution.. details
      • I've only used flexjson, but the other 2 have very good reps. For HATEOAS, there is spring-hateoas (on github) or Jersey.. details
      • I have included the libs shown in this screenshot: URL_http://i.stack.imgur.com/EJj5O.png [LIBS] And this is my web.xml (part of it) com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature true The Jersey resource CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • No actually the tutorial is fine (working).. details
      • I can't thank you enough for this solution, Blaise!.. details
      • It's that simple.. details
      • Or can I be successful in just adding this Map adapter for Jersey to call?. details
      • Thanks for this solution; I hope I can use it.. details
      • Is the point to abandon Jersey in favor of a different framework, i.e.. details
      • Thank you for the quick and impressive answer.. details
      • This exact approach works.. details
      • The problem is that it's only working for the CODETERM4 property and not the CODETERM5 property.. details
      • i.e it should be possible to have a model that can generate sensible xml and json.. details
      • I just don't know what it could be.I hope you can help me.. details
      • Would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.. details
      • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
      • Please help me as a beginner to deal with these issues.. details
      • And voil!. details
      • To pass your specialized JSONJAXBContext to Jersey, you will finally need to implement a JAXBContext ContextResolver: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • After some research I think that using URL_http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2727-deploy-java-restful-application-on- the-google-app-engine/ [jersey] is a good .. details
      • Now using the CODETERM10 again on that CODETERM11 CODETERM12 with the CODETERM13 type it deserializes correctly.. details
      • This is easy, quick, and was designed as this by the Jersey team.. details
      • I just tried it on a Jersey servlet (which uses Jackson) and it worked fine.. details
      • Hi Martin, Thank you so much for your effort.. details
      • I hoped for something more simple.. details
      • I hoped for something more simple.. details
      • What features are you looking for beyond that that make Jersey/Sitebricks more attractive to you?. details
      • In my resource I can declare a method like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I would be grateful to if you could help me on this matter.. details
      • What I'm unable to do is deal with it within my CODETERM1 method.!. details
      • That's it!. details
      • With jersey the common way would be to define two simple java pojos and a simple Resource: CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • So you can use whatever mechanism for consuming and producing data, but Jersey comes bundled with a useful set already.. details
      • I am developing RESTful services with Jersey and it works great with GET methods.. details
      • It worked with Jersey 1.12 as well.. details
      • It works without the additional integer.. details
      • I've been working on this problem for awhile now, with no solution so far.. details
      • Aside from the small issue, Jersey has been great to work with!. details
      • We are migrating from an old PHP base to a Jersey-based JVM stack, which will ultimately provide a JSON- based RESTful API that can be consumed from many applications.. details
      • Things have been really good so far and we love the easy POJO-to-JSON conversion.. details
      • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
      • This manual could be useful for you: URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest /json.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [link] .. details
      • According to the article, the solution lies in extending and customizing the provider to correct how singleton lists and empty lists are formatted into JSON.. details
      • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
      • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
      • It's just automatic.. details
      • It also supports templating.. details
      • You can not, for example, just ask for value of type CODETERM5 , since it does not have such annotation.. details
      • (A side effect is that mvn clean test works against it also) If any one is interested, ping me and I can see if the company will allow me to OpenSource it and get it up on GitHub.Or perhaps even document it via my own site URL_http://www.randomactsofsentience.com [ URL_http://www.randomactsofsentience.com ] .. details
      • An added benefit is that it can act as a pseudo-classloader and avoids jar-hell.. details
      • The first calls gets a perf hit as Jersey configures stuff, but it works just peachy.. details
      • With natural notation, Jersey will automatically figure out how individual items need to be processed, so that you do not need to do any kind of manual configuration.. details
      • But I'm trying to keep this nice and generic without adding extra classes all over.. details
      • This works just fine, but when I do something more complicated: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • But thanks anyway.. details
      • But thanks anyway.. details
      • Will the Child's extra member fields be serialized, as well ?Basically, I want to know if these frameworks support polymorphic consume & respond.. details
      • Thanks, it works now.. details
      • Jersey (JAX-RS) is a really good offering.. details
      • Since this is a highly voted java+json question, might be nice to summarize answers; especially since this is a rather old question, and many new options have become available (Spring MVC, Jersey/RESTeasy/CXF/Restlet; Gson/Jackson/FlexJSON).. details
      • Adding getFeatures().put(JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING, Boolean.TRUE) to the ResourceConfig implementation is what's needed for the non-servlet case.. details
      • Adding getFeatures().put(JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING, Boolean.TRUE) to the ResourceConfig implementation is what's needed for the non-servlet case.. details
      • It's pretty easy.. details
      • It's pretty easy.. details
      • If i try it like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Any help would be nice, I just don't get it.. details
      • Thanks, but I was specifically interested in a solution integrated with Jersey.. details
      • Jersey GenericEntity Not Working.. details
      • Jersey is standard.. details
      • Summary is not present as an attribute in the received json, but as a value of the "fields" attribute.. details
      • This requirement seems extremly basic to me; I can't believe that this is the generally accepted solution to this, especially since Jersey is really one of the more fun parts of Java.. details
      • Just make sure your pojos are annotated correctly.. details
      • It works fine in simple tests like this (with my XML annotated classes): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • It works fine in simple tests like this (with my XML annotated classes): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1434931/getting-json-from-jersey-with-circular-dependencies [Jersey] (Use @JsonIgnore instead of @XmlTransient to break the circular dependency) URL_http://code.google.com/p/google-gson/ [Gson] (doesn't support circular references.. details
      • Never got around to trying this but it does seem like the best option.. details
      • The interesting part is adding/removing an employee from a team.. details
      • This works!. details
      • This works!. details
      • I currently use Jersey and it's good.. details
      • I'm working on a project which uses Jersey to convert objects to JSON.. details
      • Obviously there is much more to it, but URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] makes all that stuff quite easy.. details
      • Obviously there is much more to it, but URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] makes all that stuff quite easy.. details
    9. jettison: 1
      • You could use Jettison (coming with Jersey) and prepare the structure you would like to have yourself using CODETERM1 and CODETERM2 as return values.They are in the package CODETERM3 of CODETERM4 which is a transitive dependency of CODETERM5 .. details
    10. result: 4
      • But the result is like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • But if I return a simple String, the result is not really what I expected.. details
      • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson] to my project configure Jersey to enable URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.pojo.approach.section [FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING] slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy.. details
      • I never did find an answer to the actual question I was asking here, but instead I found a simple 3 step process that accomplishes the same end result that I wanted: add URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [Jackson] to my project configure Jersey to enable URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.pojo.approach.section [FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING] slap myself on the head a few times because it turned out to be so easy.. details
    11. file: 2
      • Probably best to do this by filing an issue at URL_http://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY and attach the file there.. details
      • I'm guessing the code for sending a file would be something like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    12. null: 2
      • Currently the CODETERM2 is NULL when it's saved and I have to query for the entity manually.. details
      • I am only getting null values for all params.. details
    13. nested: 1
      • I'd like to be able to write out nested lists, like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    14. upgrade: 1
      • I tried to upgrade and found that all the standard mappers were missing, when trying to use Jersey and Jackson.. details
    15. jackson: 11
      • @androniennn Jersey uses Jackson iirc with the @Produces(json) annotation, which uses reflection to convert your object to json.. details
      • I am pretty sure I can help help you as I have used jpa, jersey and jackson extensively but I do not understand your question.. details
      • Since you're using Jackson 1.9.x to (un)marshall JSON, make sure you have CODETERM1 module in your dependency list and that you're registering URL_htt ps://jersey.java.net/apidocs/latest/jersey/org/glassfish/jersey/jackson/Jackso nFeature.html [JacksonFeature] in your application, i.e.. details
      • But the answer (for Jersey 2.2 + Jackson at least) was a more up-to-date provider CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Also worth mentioning I am using Jackson 1.9.2 and Jersey 1.13 .. details
      • In this way when I'm using the REST service Jersey will use the ObjectMapper defined in the Provider; when storing the stuff Jackson will use the standard ObjectMapper.. details
      • Jersey uses serialization frameworks like JAXB (xml) and Jackson (json, bson, xml, csv) for actual reading/writing of content.. details
      • So, you've got two choices: 1. configuring JAXB to be more standard ( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1145476/how-do-i-marshal-nested-lists-as-json-using-jersey-i-get-an-array-of-nulls-or-a [see-here] for more); 2. using Jackson instead of JAXB which I recommend.. details
      • Does Jackson with Jersey support polymorphic classes over JSON?. 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
      • Jackson works nicely with Jersey as well, either using JAX-RS provider jar, or even just manually.Similarly it's trivially easy to use with plain old servlets; just get input/output stream, call ObjectMapper.readValue() and .writeValue(), and that's about it.. details
    16. service: 6
      • I'm trying to create a very simple RESTful web service using Jersey.. details
      • I created a simple web service which has the following architecture: My POJOs (model classes): Family.java CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The service uses cookie based authentication - that part works and I have other service calls working with the cookie.. details
      • Using Jersey I'm defining a service like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
      • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] or URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RESTEasy] .. details
    17. guice: 1
      • Jersey and Guice and nice JSON.. details
    18. jax-rs: 7
      • For More Information URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] This is the way I would recommend using MOXy with Jersey, or any other JAX-RS provider.. details
      • :) A bit of code (basically mark your bean, as you said, with @XmlRootElement and use @Path to mark the API) JAX-RS bean: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • But what is usually used is URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gircz.html [Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
      • Aside from Jersey (and other JAX-RS impls like RESTeasy), which use Jackson, you might also benefit from using something like URL_http://jdbi.org/ [jDBI] for binding relational data in POJOs first.It does many things bigger ORMs (like Hibernate) do, but is simpler to use for most common tasks.. 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
      • So you are probably using a framework (my guess: JAX-RS implementation like maybe Jersey)?. details
      • URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
    19. classpath: 3
      • Once I added all 12 jars to my classpath I finally got rid of the error and works great returning JSON.. details
      • It integrates well with jersey, just drop the jar in your classpath and everything will work.. details
      • And as a bonus with jersey you only need to have genson in your classpath and voila!. details
    20. subclass: 1
      • You need to hook it (or a subclass such as CODETERM2 ) in the Jersey- recognized IoC container (its own by default, but I personally prefer Guice), or otherwise get it registered as an CODETERM3 .. details
    21. json: 73
      • You have dependency on jersey-media-json-jackson or directly on Jackson 2.x and no other JSON provider (i.e.. details
      • It should work like Jersey, I don't want to hand things off, the MVC controller should be wrapped with a JSON aspect layer (probably through annotations) that allows it to send and receive JSON.. details
      • @Brian, obviously the web service is not responding correctly, that's for sure, but if the mapping to JSON is made by Jersey automatically.... details
      • no i mean that you will have to provide an entry either in web.xml or some another config file which will tell jersey to use json support.. details
      • I'm using MOXy with Jersey to implement a RESTful API and want to return lists naturally for JSON and XML, by which I mean that the XML contains an element tag for the overall collection as well as the collection items, whereas the JSON contains a tag for the collection only.. details
      • If I use a class to wrap the nested list, then the XML appears correct but not the JSON (see "ExternalFacilities" below).. details
      • I was considering using some third-party libraries like Jackson to store all the data and then return a Jackson object to the client (Jersey can transfer a Jackson object to right JSON format data automatically).. details
      • GSON is indeed a very popular library, but for example, Jackson has a large installed base due to its inclusion as default JSON library in both RESTEasy and Jersey.. details
      • Request 1 should return entity A with properties X,Y in the JSON response Request 2 should return entity A with properties X,Y,Z in the JSON response Entity A is configured such that property Z is using @JsonIgnore so it is not returned in the JSON response Problem How do I return property Z in Request 2 if it is set to @JsonIgnore in the entity?. details
      • However I would also like to generate a bunch of hypermedia in the same json object for which i need to use uriinfo from jersey.. details
      • Then Jersey can decode the JSON object for you transparently and voila!. details
      • Jersey 2.0 provides support for JSON using MOXy an Jackson.. details
      • Is there some possibility to just say "please add json support"?. details
      • URL_https://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY-753 [ URL_https://java.net/jira/browse/JERSEY-753 ] This method of producing JSON has some limitations and may not be what your ultimately want.. details
      • The interesting thing is that I can successfully unmarshall the exact same JSON string if I plug it into this code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • notificationAddress is null.If I post using XML, it still works ok. UPDATE#2: I have reduced my code to the smallest subset that demonstrates the problem, and you can get it here: URL_https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2a6iqw65ey0ahrk/D2ILi_722z [ URL_https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2a6iqw65ey0ahrk/D2ILi_722z ] The above link contains a .zip with 2 Eclipse projects; TestService (the Jersey RESTful service that accepts a Subscription object) and TestPage (a .html page with some JavaScript to POST a subscription object in either JSON or XML).. details
      • But I really need JSON Data to look like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Then you send it using Jersey API, I think that it's correct (although I'm not an expert in Jersey...) Then your problem is that you are not deserializing the JSON correctly in your web service.. details
      • Download URL_https://maven.java.net/service/local/artifact/maven/redirect?r=releas es&g=com.sun.jersey.samples&a=jacksonjsonprovider&v=1.13&c=project&e=zip to get a complete example using POJO based JSON support.. details
      • I have it working fine with JSON as follows: PHP: (using httpful phar) CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front-end then its fine.To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [jersey] or URL_http://code.google.com/p/acris/wiki/GWTJsonizer [GWTJsonizer] and can store easily that to DB.. details
      • So if you are using it to transfer data between your rest service and GWT front-end then its fine.To save Student JSON notation you can convert it to POJO using many available library like URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [jersey] or URL_http://code.google.com/p/acris/wiki/GWTJsonizer [GWTJsonizer] and can store easily that to DB.. details
      • Using Java 6, Tomcat 7, Jersey 1.15, Jackson 2.0.6 (from FasterXml maven repo), & www.json.org parser, I am trying to pretty print the JSON String so it will look indented by the curl -X GET command line.. details
      • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
      • EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) offers support for all JAXB constructs in our JSON- binding implementation and it may be a better fit for you use case: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/05/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html ] Below is a link to some official Jersey examples that leverage MOXy as the JSON provider: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/blob/master/examples/json-moxy/README.html ] .. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e928 [jersey-official-document] has detailed config: To achieve more important JSON format changes, you will need to configure Jersey JSON procesor itself.. details
      • But I think the correct JSON string should be: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Calling this method in a Browser will display a "good" JSON String like that: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • So: What is the correct json representation of Strings and other value types and what annotations I have to set for my method to produce these?. details
      • @BlaiseDoughan Yes, is uses a standard approach to (un)marshall representations but IT IS NOT the standard approach to (un)marshall JSON in Jersey: Jackson is.. details
      • This approach uses the standard 'MessageBodyReader/Writer interfaces to interact with the Jersey client API and clearly demonstrates that you do NOT need to use Jackson to produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey.. details
      • To produce & consume standard JSON into Jersey one have to use Jackson!. details
      • I am trying with simple Jersey + Json example but i get following error CODETERM1 i put following jar files for getting appropriate result CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Moxy is much prettier :) But one of the reasons to move to make our data available via Json is to reduce transmission bandwidth so is it possible to get MOXy to generate all one line, and without the extra spaces around each : ?. details
      • Cool :) 3) The traceback shows the client is expecting XML ... but getting JSON instead.. details
      • The following blog post (not mine) shows one way to configure Jersey, and the comments link through to alternative (possibly simpler) ways to make the JSON representation correct for arrays: URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey-and-single- element-arrays.html [ URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey - and-single-element-arrays.html] .. details
      • ( URL_https://groups.google.com/d/topic/google-appengine- java/uImBt6fOhww/discussion%20original [original] ) I have put together a simple json REST service using jersey, jaxb and jackson.. details
      • Generating more json like json from JAXB and Jersey.. details
      • The query object looks like this and when posting a json representation of that Query object it works out nice.. details
      • I have a problem with posting JSON to a Jersey REST service - GET is working perfectly but POST seems tricky.. details
      • I have a ajax posts a JSON to a server uses Jersey REST GET, but nothing is working, I'm wondering if its the right way to do it.Here is my previous questions with code regarding to the problem: code in java implements in the server: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • here is my problem:i have jquery that creates json that needs to be posted in jersey, a server running by grizzly that has a REST webservice gets incoming json object which need to be outputed.Im giving a try but not sure how to implement this correctly, please check and correct me, thanks!. details
      • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
      • It is a Json engine in URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] which I would recommend as well if you want to do anything Restful on Appengine.. details
      • We essentially have all of our responses returning JSON (using @Produces("application/json") and the com.sun.jersey.api.json.POJOMappingFeature set to true) but for JSONP support we need to change our methods to return an instance of JSONWithPadding.. details
      • My ideal solution is to have no impact on our data or logic layers and instead have some code that says "if there is a call back parameter, surround the JSON with the callback, otherwise just return the JSON".. details
      • The Jersey documentation mentions this POJOMappingFeature/FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING prominently (it's the first example in the doc page I linked in the question), but doesn't describe exactly what it means, and from the way that document presents its information I thought this option (5.1, "POJO support") was at odds with option 5.2 ("JAXB based JSON support") which sounded more like what I wanted.. details
      • I've looked around but haven't seen anything helpful, one suggestion is to sent json as the default, but this is something I'd want to avoid doing.. details
      • I'd like to be able to accept and return both JSON and XML, and have this mostly working but I don't like the default "mapped" flavor of JSON that Jersey likes to spit out.. details
      • Let me know if this works for you, if not I can post my JSON client code.. details
      • I have created a small Jersey Client that gets a JSON resource from a Rails server and unmarshalles it into a POJO but I could not get it to work yesterday but today I was successful!. details
      • Jersey marshals this class to and unmarshals from XML just fine; however, Jersey can't unmarshal from JSON correctly.. details
      • Spring and Jersey add funny things to JSON handling.. details
      • The browser is working fine, but not when I want to transform the response using Jersey from json to pojo.. details
      • So my question is how to resolve this situation and have Jersey, Guice and JSON play nicely together?. details
      • So it seems it's common sense to plug a CODETERM5 like mine into Jersey so I can tune the JSON to something I like.. details
      • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
      • I'd like to configure the JSON output using a CODETERM1 as suggested in several questions here on SO, as well as in the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#d4e934 [Jersey-User-Guide] .. details
      • Is there any way to customise the JSON field names 'entry', 'key' and 'value'?. details
      • The object that produces this JSON looks like this, I'm using the same class on the client side: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I don't know why this isn't the default setting, and it took me a while figuring it out, but if you want working JSON conversion with Jersey, add CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I cant seem to post JSON to my webservice but XML works fine: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I want to receive and emit JSON objects from Java classes like the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • How do I use the Jersey JSON POJO support?. details
      • I have an object that I'd like to serve in JSON as a RESTful resource.. details
      • Are their other configuration options in Jersey to get the 'simple' POJO JSON representation (because this fits best to clients which have to deserialize the JSON result).. details
      • In addition to be able to export URIs in JSON representation to a DTO, the approach that I take is, I have DTO representing the _data model for its persistent_ storage and I have a representation model** representing hyperlinked (de)serializable version of DTO where I store string value as hyperlink.. details
      • When I request JSON for my output type, all my attribute names start with an asterisk like this, This object; CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I've been googling and can't seem to locate a good and simple example of returning JSON from a Jersey resource.. details
      • If I must, I can surround that JSON with {"feeds": ... }, but having this be optional would be best.. details
      • For JSON I don't know anything, but if you want to implement a RESTful API, you might be interested in URL_http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=311 [JSR-311] which defines a server-side API for RESTful APIs and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] , which is its reference implementation.. details
      • For JSON I don't know anything, but if you want to implement a RESTful API, you might be interested in URL_http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=311 [JSR-311] which defines a server-side API for RESTful APIs and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] , which is its reference implementation.. details
    22. time: 1
      • Try it, maybe this time it will work well (and Jersey works either with XML and JSON).. details
    23. resteasy: 1
      • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
    24. eclipse: 1
      • You can also use JPA annotations on the same objects and a JPA provider like Eclipse Link for a lot of your database needs.. details
    25. moxy: 2
      • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
      • Here's Jersey example for working with MOXy & JSON: URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy [ URL_https://github.com/jersey/jersey/tree/master/examples/json-moxy ] Here's the Jersey User Guide that describes how to configure Jersey & MOXy to support JSON: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html json.moxy] .. details
    26. http: 1
      • Please, give me the HTTP trace (Web Browser can print those, if you don't know how, ask).. details
    27. string: 4
      • If you can tell, I printed out the value of the car.getMake() String and inside the console / shell, it ways says this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA9 .. details
      • I changed it to string but its not working yet.. details
      • for this case that you gave in the question, I think it would be enough to pass a String and then parse it for the int value: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • And it seems like Jersey picked it up during start up:Jan 24, 2011 2:53:23 PM com.sun.jersey.api.core.ScanningResourceConfig logClassesINFO: Provider classes found: class com.mypackage.MyJsonProvider And it works fine for serialization, but when I tried to deserialize a string like "2010-01-25 00:00:00", I'm getting a mapping error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    28. format: 1
      • After dwindling a lot with Jersey and HATEOAS I have come to the opinion that the best representations for a RESTful WS is Atom Syndication Format coupled with JSON.. details
    29. jaxb: 4
      • I've been able to get it working with JAXB, but I'm specifically looking for Jersey POJO writing, not JAXB writing.. details
      • Jersey is a great JAX-RS framework, EclipseLink provides JAXB & JPA implementations and is not a Jersey replacement.. details
      • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.. details
      • Since this has to do with Jersey the first thing I would recommend is to avoid JAXB all together since JAXB (in context of XML or JSON) ain't HATEOAS.. details
    30. object: 5
      • It looks like your client is POSTing the TestConfig object as JSON, but with a Content-Type of "text/plain.". details
      • Seems at first similar to URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20569891 /moxy-list-of-objects-xml-and-json-cant-get-both-look-good [this-question] but I'm not trying to mix the types of object in my lists.. details
      • And by the way, surprisingly, it works when I return a Response with one Promotion object only given as an entity and I get that "@class" field.. details
      • I've though of only using one object containing all fields (text, link, data), but i'd prefer this type of design which appears better me.. details
      • The object I'd like to convert first represented data as a <LinkedList<LinkedList<String>>>, and I figured Jersey would just do the right thing.. details
    31. mapping: 1
      • As already mentioned, URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] (JAX-RS impl) is the framework to use; but for basic mapping of Java objects to/from JSON, URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/Tutorial [Tutorial] is good.. details
    32. maven: 2
      • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • For new version of Maven, if you have dependency problems, here is a good official reference: URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/modules- and-dependencies.html#d0e383 [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest /modules-and-dependencies.html#d0e383] (Section 2.3.1, 2.3.2) And also here is a good tutorial for installing maven and tuto of Jersey in eclipse: URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest-jersey- eclipse-tutorial/ [ URL_http://javaposts.wordpress.com/2012/01/14/maven-rest - jersey-eclipse-tutorial/] CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    33. genson: 1
      • Also for doing json<>java databiding you can check Genson library URL_http://code.google.com/p/genson/ [ URL_http://code.google.com/p/genson/ ] , it integrates well with Jersey.. details
    34. date: 1
      • So In the request i see that the date is formated like CODETERM1 , but in the response the date is like an unixtimestamp and my Deserializer throws an Exception CODETERM2 Why my Server don't use my (De)Serializer classes?. details
    35. serialization: 2
      • I really appreciate you help @MikO, the links that you have provided are very helpful, I prefer fixing the serialization issue of Jersey more than working around with parsing in Gson.. details
      • Something like this should work for you, although obviously the best thing would be fix the serialization issue!. details
    36. post: 5
      • If you use Firebug or something similar to monitor the actual POST to /subscribe/{topic}, 1) what value do you see for the request header Content-Type and 2) what does the actual request body look like?. details
      • Then I can POST an XML fragment that looks like CODETERM1 and my method will be invoked with a CODETERM2 instance.. details
      • Please review the link, review your code and your test client configuration ... and post back what you find!. details
      • Jersey POST Method is receiving null values as parameters.. details
      • If you do ever happen to figure out what's going on, do please post an update.. details
    37. web-services: 1
      • Actually I try to develop an application with client and server infrastructure .So i need to have html files in the client to consume the jersey web-services in serverside.It is really helpful if i make $.getJSON or $.ajax call from the html file in another project inorder to consume the web service.. details
    38. data: 2
      • It's easy to get this wrong : as far as I can tell, even the google spreadsheet api doesn't respond correctly to preflights, meaning that you can't actually change any data from javascript.. details
      • Not only is this extra code to write and maintain, and change if I add more data classes, but it doesn't work for things like List.. details
    39. class: 13
      • tried that as well, but I get the expected error, that jersey does not know how to map the returned class in my action: A message body writer for Java class xxx, and Java type class xxx, and MIME media type text/plain was not found.. details
      • The DTO is part of the 'natural class set' and its JAXBContext resolver context is configured to use natural notation and root unwrapping as so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Thanks in advance I used CODETERM3 as presented in this question : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16674207/jersey-serialize-empty-list- and-single-element-list-as-an-array [Jersey-serialize-empty-list-and-single- element-list-as-an-array] But I think the better way is to use CODETERM4 but the problem with this configuration that it working only for one Class and It is not resolving the issue with the empty list.. details
      • My Project class is like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • in the following class I want to receive (with POST) values for 'name' and for 'confidential', buy while returning (with GET) I only need 'name' value, not 'confidential'.. details
      • This code works fine if I transfer a class ( MyClass ) that has @XmlRoolElement Client CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • This is how a simple resource class in my project is looking: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • However, all subsequent requests after this work fine, the class then seems to have been loaded.. details
      • I can get it to work if I manually create a class like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • The class _Result_ has a map, annotated with XmlJavaTypeAdapter to correctly serialize it to xml.. details
      • My Download class looks pretty much like this (and as I've mentioned already - this works pretty fine when used directly): CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • An example... start with a simple class CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    40. jquery: 2
      • The code is executed correctly and data is returned to the client (a jQuery ajax call).The problem is that the format of the returned data changes if the "result" array has one element or more than one.. details
      • While I would have loved for Jersey to be able to handle it automatically, I could not get it to work with jQuery correctly (probably something on my side, not a problem with Jersey).. details
    41. mapper: 1
      • It seems that apparently this is because Jersey uses a POJO->JSON mapper other than Jackson, and for reasons that elude me, they thought it would be a great idea to automatically unwrap single-element lists.. details
    42. database: 1
      • calls down to a thin business logic layer, then a super-thin DAO layer atop simple POJOs (like Address and Person) except for Person needing a Map, then in-and-out of a database underneath.. details
    43. arrays: 1
      • I wrote a blog post ages ago about forcing Jersey to serialize single element arrays correctly, not sure if it's out-dated now (its from mid-2010!. details
    44. double: 1
      • This is adding newline escape sequences and placing double quotes (but not indenting like it should it does have 4 spaces after the new line but its all in one line).. details
    45. required: 1
      • Add the following param to the jersey servlet in web.xml file, this is required for the latest 1.x versions of jersey-servlet.. details
    46. list: 8
      • XML sample showing "facilities" list correct but not "locations"** See that there is no XML element that wraps the "locations" list (as there is for "facilities"), and also that each location has a pluralised element name.. details
      • And for the empty list to look like this : CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • If you would like to continue to use Jersey's direct object mapping feature, then yes - creating an object that holds the list of "Ratings" is the best way to go.. details
      • Without customized resolver you don't get proper json[] array fields if Java list is empty.. details
      • One Method is CODETERM1 , that is called like CODETERM2 to get the whole List of Items from the resource CODETERM3 (see below).. details
      • This works, but only for types I explicitly list out in that code, and pass to the JSONJAXBContext constructor.. details
      • I'm trying to return a List from jersey, which works fine in XML, but when I go to output it as JSON, it claims, "A message body writer for Java class ... and Java type ... and MIME media type application/json was not found".. details
      • When I use a list of Strings - everything works perfectly fine!. details
    47. pojo: 1
      • Here is a simple pojo CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    48. annotations: 4
      • This would have been a great answer except that adding as suggested to web.xml, no matter whether @XmlRootElement & related annotations are removed results in: com.sun.jersey.spi.container.ContainerRequest getEntitySEVERE: A message body reader for Java class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and Java type class com.hp.web.user.dto.ProfileDto, and MIME media type application/json; charset=UTF-8 was not found.. details
      • What kind of annotations should I use?. details
      • I must have butchered it when removing the xml annotations ... the good news is we know it uses jersey ... A message body writer for Java type, class texlege.converter.legislatorsConverter, and MIME media type, application/json, was not foundSEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error)javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException at com.sun.jersey.spi.container.Cont ainerResponse.write(ContainerResponse.java:268).. details
      • It sounds like it has a way to do this built in, but it looks like I need to add annotations to my POJOs.. details
    49. filter: 1
      • I recently added a filter that does some auth stuff, and it works in the happy-path case.. details
    50. client: 2
      • That's what the first sentence of my question above, "I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true" is referring to.. details
      • I'm having a bit of an issue using Jersey client (1.11) with JSONConfiguration.FEATURE_POJO_MAPPING set to true.. details
    51. logic: 1
      • I would love to avoid that if possible since the sending logic is basically the same in all subclasses.. details
    52. output: 1
      • I've been trying to figure out how to get that desired output for a while, but I've had no luck.. details
    53. content-type: 1
      • I think you should change even the response's Content-Type header according to that magical query parameter.. details
  • Features: 43
    1. exception: 3
      • I get following exception of server console: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • exception at first call of jersey service on app engine.. details
      • Currently I'm using Jersey, but calling circleSender.send() with the above above scenario gives an exception CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    2. object: 1
      • I can fetch the Download object itself without any problems... CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    3. return: 1
      • But the problem is that if I return a Response: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
    4. string: 2
      • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?. details
      • Sorry but where the add of the {"Ratings": string is added ?. details
    5. integer: 1
      • Wrong type for the integer list?. details
    6. constructor: 1
      • @Maged can you try to remove the default constructor on your customer bean?. details
    7. rest: 2
      • I have developped some rest services using jersey on app-engine.I have an exception when I call this services for the first time.. details
      • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
    8. general: 18
      • Have to go, sorry.. details
      • I have Edit the Json, this one missed the 10 first characteres.. details
      • I do not have a clue about Jersey, sorry.. details
      • Sorry, I messed up the sample code while anonymizing it.. details
      • Dependencies (from the POM File): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I want to eliminate this field from the result.. details
      • ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA8 .. details
      • What's wrong there?. details
      • Code for the resource (on the server): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Please suggest me if i am doing something wrong ...... details
      • 2) The stuff in your screen shot (presumably Jersey?). details
      • Are my expectations wrong or am I missing something obvious here?. details
      • I'm re-asking an unanswered question from the now read-only google groups App Engine for Java because I have the exact same problem.. details
      • So by default I'll get xml back.. details
      • The whole thing breaks horribly.. details
      • Doh - sorry, when making the example - I messed up the code trying to make it simpler (should have been setBiz).. details
      • Avoid the CODETERM3 .. details
      • By default you will see XML output.. details
    9. json: 5
      • JSON deserialisation failing (HTTP 400) with Jersey / MOXy.. details
      • It returns a 201 containing this JSON Object (which is what I want): CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
      • If I remove the XMlRootElement and the XmlJavaTypeAdapter annotation, the json output looks like I wanted, but then the xml serialization failed.. details
      • That this services produces JSON by default.. details
      • This is how URL_http://jettison.codehaus.org/ [Jersey] (JAX- RS reference implementation) converts POJOs to JSON by default.. details
    10. client: 1
      • Here's my actual client (a Jersey based Restful Web Service): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    11. facebook: 1
      • I'm trying to run batch requests against Facebook with Jersey.. details
    12. serialization: 1
      • I'm struggling with serialization an emplty list and single element list in Jersey for days now.. details
    13. output: 1
      • Then the output will be (assuming CODETERM3 also has a no-arg constructor): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    14. nested: 1
      • Output of project.json (see nested technologies list): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    15. class: 2
      • Digging into jersey source code I noticed the class "WadlGeneratorJAXBGrammarGenerator" the following code : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The corresponding Java class (getters & setters omitted for brevity): CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    16. types: 1
      • I'm about to setup a REST-Webservice with Jersey.At the moment I am a bit confused about the correct representation of Strings or other Value types in JSON.Here are two snippets: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    17. marshalling: 1
      • By default, marshalling a CODETERM1 bean containing a map gives the structure: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Documentation: 18
    1. jackson: 1
      • First there is one jar missing in the Jersey requirements documentation, the Jackson XML Compability jar and also the documentation is confusing.. details
    2. jaxb: 1
      • For More Information** URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider_15.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Client-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Server-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2011/05/specifying-eclipselink-moxy-as-your.html [Specifying-EclipseLink-MOXy-as-Your-JAXB-Provider] UPDATE In GlassFish 4 EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is the default JSON-binding provider used by Jersey: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html ] .. details
    3. documentation: 1
      • I was confused by the Jersey documentation and didn't understand all the requirements that are needed.. details
    4. general: 10
      • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15094620/unable-to-make-cors-post-request - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.. details
      • Here is an example on how to implement a bodywriter/reader URL_http://code.google.com/p /genson/source/browse/src/main/java/com/owlike/genson/ext/jersey/GensonJsonCon verter.java.. details
      • Without having to use that kind of solution: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 [ URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 ] (My problem with the linked solution is the necessity to declare a bloated copy-constructor).. details
      • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
      • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
      • This problem has been evoked here : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10860142/appengine-java-jersey-jackson- jaxbannotationintrospector-noclassdeffounderror [Appengine-java---Jersey /Jackson-JaxbAnnotationIntrospector-NoClassDefFoundError] I tried to apply the suggested solution and add the jackson-xc library to my project.But I'm still having the exception.. details
      • Ok, i checked the example and added these: Map initParams new HashMap(); initParams.put("com.sun.jersey.config.property.packages", "server"); SelectorThread selector GrizzlyWebContainerFactory.create( " URL_http://localhost:9998 /", initParams );But still getting 400 bad request.... details
      • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5603921/jersey-com-sun-jersey-server- impl-template-viewablemessagebodywriter [Jersey:-com.sun.jersey.server.impl.template.ViewableMessageBodyWriter] : I had forgotten to add the jersey-json module to my project.. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html ] Edit: Also, there's a great O'Riley book on the subject (shocking, I know); URL_http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596158057.do [RESTful-Java-with-JAX-RS] .. details
      • URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/getting-started.html ] Edit: Also, there's a great O'Riley book on the subject (shocking, I know); URL_http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596158057.do [RESTful-Java-with-JAX-RS] .. details
    5. json: 3
      • A solution was found here: URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using-JSONWithPadding- td7015082.html [ URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using - JSONWithPadding-td7015082.html] However, that solution extends the Jackson JSON object, not the default JSON provider.. details
      • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
      • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
    6. configuration: 2
      • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
      • This exception happens only at first call.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 11
    1. general: 11
      • What have I done wrong?. details
      • So what i m doing wrong?. details
      • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.. details
      • What am I possibly doing wrong?. details
      • I know I am missing something really silly here.. details
      • Wrong annotations?. details
      • What am I doing wrong?. details
      • I got this error : CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • What am I doing wrong?. details
      • What's wrong?. details
      • I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.. details
  • Bug: 83
    1. list: 3
      • The question is quite unclear... You only get the error when the returned List as 1 element?. details
      • More details**: A similar problem exists if instead of a List of objects, I attempt to deserialize a List of enums.. details
      • Problem is: an "issue" has a "summary" property and a list of fields.. details
    2. rest: 2
      • But when running it I am getting "SEVERE: Allocate exception for servlet Jersey REST Servicejava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.json.JSONArray".. details
      • How can I intercept a parse error in my Jersey REST application?. details
    3. general: 38
      • The problem must be in Jersey's serialization.... details
      • I have added jersey-json dependency but the problem's still the same.. details
      • It seems to be a problem only with one of my methods.. details
      • I'm getting the exact same error.. details
      • There are no errors.. details
      • Currently I just get a lot of Internal Server Error errors without any log entries on the server and just think "I have to do something totally wrong, this can't be so hard" Can anyone give me a hint?. details
      • I searched a lot I couldnt find a solution for my problem.. details
      • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?. details
      • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
      • problem is fixed with the jersey-bundle-1.8.jar file.. details
      • My first impression would be to consider this an error message, purely based on the way the message is phrased ("couldn't find").. details
      • So my question is whether these log messages indicate a (potential) problem with the way we are configuring or using Jersey.. details
      • The error I get is: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Must be some kind of problem with serializing/deserializing of JSONObjects in jersey.. details
      • But this shows the following error CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • Error responses thrown from the body of a resource will serialize properly.. details
      • This is not a problem in my actual CODETERM2 classes, where I can specify the CODETERM3 annotation.. details
      • Indeed it looks like a bug.. details
      • This is where my problem is CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Include the code and any error messages that causes this not to work - linking to other questions doesnt help - we need to see the code that causes the problem .... details
      • It throws me an error "SyntaxError: Unexpected token H" where "H" is the first letter of the returned string.. details
      • The problem is, that I get an for the second method as soon as I set [handleAs: "json"]-flag.. details
      • Any idea to solve this problem?. details
      • Any idea to solve this problem?. details
      • The status field isn't the problem, not remotely.. details
      • This problem is fixed with jersey-bundle-1.8.jar .. details
      • can anyone suggest me why i am getting this type of error , the error log is here CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Here's where we're at: 1) This is the problem: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • But when I call get I get this error stack : CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • Being relatively new to Jersey, I am sure this problem has been solved.. details
      • Unfortunately the article is in German, which I had to translate for myself - let me know if it doesn't actually address your problem.. details
      • but none so far have solved the problem.. details
      • The last line, specifically the CODETERM2 call, throws the following exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • Fixed the abstract Foo problem.. details
      • I got this error : CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • I get the following error with JSON: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • But when I try to access the resource, I get this exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Do you guys have any idea what the problem might be?. details
    4. null: 2
      • (The action doesn't have any fields, which is why null shouldn't be a problem - it's the type of the class that's important).. details
      • It also has no problems with null (there is difference between missing entry and one having null), empty Lists or Strings (both are distinct from nulls).. details
    5. jackson: 1
      • Jersey + Jackson deserialization problem with date object.. details
    6. service: 1
      • where is the service broken?!. details
    7. json: 15
      • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey... and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data... and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining... so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem.... details
      • The problem is that I get an error when I pass a JSON to it.. details
      • Handle JSON parse error in Jersey.. details
      • I have a problem with parsing JSON to Date object.. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array and primitive field "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
      • I've verified server has no problem creating the Json response.. details
      • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output.. details
      • A side benefit of this is that Jackson generates much better error messages in the case that the client passes it bogus JSON content, compared to Jersey's native JSON handling implementation.. details
      • Yes, I get it but the problem is to convert it, this is the title of the topic : Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
      • Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
      • When trying to consume the JSON at the client end, I get this error: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: com.sun.jersey.api.MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java.util.Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java.util.List, and MIME media type application/json was not found I use Jersey 1.6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming.. details
    8. html: 1
      • Now i have been create an html page in another project** where i will put same $.getJSON call which specified above will throw error in console as CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
    9. resteasy: 1
      • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
    10. moxy: 1
      • For a while the following bug existed in Jersey that prevented MOXy from being used in this way which may be what you are hitting now.. details
    11. http: 2
      • I am getting a HTTP 404 error as I try to write my registration API's.. details
      • Giving the error: CODETERM1 This prevent the use of HTTP status code and headers.. details
    12. object: 1
      • Even though I am 100% sure there is an error message part of the object before serialization.. details
    13. ajax: 1
      • My ajax requests keep getting the "Unsupported Media Type" error and status.. details
    14. cors: 1
      • but when i try through script way it will show CORS error occurs.. details
    15. serialization: 2
      • Otherwise, where is the error, if he doesn't have any serialization code?!. details
      • Im using @XmlSeeAlso to specify all inheriting classes (15 :-), without it serialization caused an error.. details
    16. post: 1
      • You can ignore the code in the post method, I just wanted to share so that you understand my error handling.. details
    17. parsing: 1
      • Surround all calls to Jersey for parsing in a Try{ }catch() block, where the catch should return an error code and not process further.. details
    18. gson: 1
      • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.. details
    19. exception: 4
      • A field that isn't mentionned in the Fields class seems to trigger this error: Exception in thread "main" com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: org.codehaus.jackson.map.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field "timetracking" (Class com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.domain.IssueFields), not marked as ignorable (tried with Element as well as a Field class, same result).. details
      • Edit 1, exception stacktrace:** CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • This exception happens only at first call.. details
      • But the Application exits with CODETERM5 , with linked exception CODETERM6 .. details
    20. request: 1
      • So every time i send this request the following error appears: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    21. filter: 1
      • Serializing Jersey exceptions from filter throws error.. details
    22. time: 2
      • so anyhow, this solution worked for me and I am spending time to record this in SO in case if I ever happen to fall into this error, I would not have to waste my sleepy nights.. details
      • This error occurs the first time I try to access the "data" field after deserialising it.. details
  • Usability: 176
    1. rest: 2
      • Thanks, now I'm working with Jersey, and REST services don't look so difficult as they seamed before.. details
      • But when running it I am getting "SEVERE: Allocate exception for servlet Jersey REST Servicejava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.json.JSONArray".. details
    2. general: 57
      • Just started learning webservices in jersey and its confusing me a quite bit.. details
      • I have added jersey-json dependency but the problem's still the same.. details
      • @nihulus Did u get solution i am also facing similar problem URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15094620/unable-to-make-cors-post-request - in-javascript-to-java-web-servicejersey.. details
      • It seems to be a problem only with one of my methods.. details
      • I kept searching for a much more complex cause.. details
      • I included artifact "jersey-json" in my pom.xml and it solved my problem.. details
      • The problem must be in Jersey's serialization.... details
      • Thanks I'll try adding jersey-media-json-jackson but the link seems to be broken.. details
      • I am most familiar with Jersey, which exposes URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/apidocs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client /ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputStream() [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/api docs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client/ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputSt ream()] It would be used by invoking CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I am most familiar with Jersey, which exposes URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/apidocs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client /ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputStream() [ URL_https://jersey.java.net/nonav/api docs/1.5/jersey/com/sun/jersey/api/client/ClientResponse.html#getEntityInputSt ream()] It would be used by invoking CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I'm adding this as my own answer because i think this will help anyone with a horrible working copy of Jersey in the future.. details
      • Dependencies (if using maven): CODESNIPPET_JAVA8 .. details
      • Choose which fields you want to see at call-time Navigate entity relationships in a single call for complex views .. details
      • Do you need to serve up the resource as a _real_ text/plain to any clients or can you live with telling lies for good reasons?. details
      • Looks like Jersey has undergone a lot of changes recently and I'm at a loss as to where I should be looking.. details
      • Currently I just get a lot of Internal Server Error errors without any log entries on the server and just think "I have to do something totally wrong, this can't be so hard" Can anyone give me a hint?. details
      • You can use a CODETERM3 to make it a little cleaner as regards the generics.. details
      • I searched a lot I couldnt find a solution for my problem.. details
      • It is a bug in jersey?Is there a way to make it always serialize as an array?. details
      • So still no idea why it happens but in my case the solution was to disable the wadl generation since I was not using it.Just add the following param to your web.xml CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I use Google App Engine and have struggled a lot with this also, if you use jersey-bundle-1.17.jar most of the stuff work until you add CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Without having to use that kind of solution: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 [ URL_http://stackoverflow.com/a/10615608/230637 ] (My problem with the linked solution is the necessity to declare a bloated copy-constructor).. details
      • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
      • If you are using the URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/jso n.html#json.jaxb.approach.section [JAXB] approach, you can mark fields with CODETERM1 to omit them.. details
      • This problem has been evoked here : URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10860142/appengine-java-jersey-jackson- jaxbannotationintrospector-noclassdeffounderror [Appengine-java---Jersey /Jackson-JaxbAnnotationIntrospector-NoClassDefFoundError] I tried to apply the suggested solution and add the jackson-xc library to my project.But I'm still having the exception.. details
      • So my question is whether these log messages indicate a (potential) problem with the way we are configuring or using Jersey.. details
      • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this.I've look the URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [jackson-docs] , URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [jersey-docs] and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully.. details
      • I know that is possible, but I really forgot the Annotation (and also the lib) to do this.I've look the URL_http://jackson.codehaus.org/ [jackson-docs] , URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [jersey-docs] and tiring searchs on Google, unsuccessfully.. details
      • problem was that library jersey-jason was missing!. details
      • unfortunately it gives back same error and doesn't access the service...this is really weird because I found a lot of posts and everything seem to be fine and similar to what I have.. details
      • Must be some kind of problem with serializing/deserializing of JSONObjects in jersey.. details
      • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.. details
      • This is not a problem in my actual CODETERM2 classes, where I can specify the CODETERM3 annotation.. details
      • Using a Utility Class, I decided to hard code the POJOs as follows: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • sorry for my bad English.. details
      • so I need to force my application to respond with _text/plain_ in the header but still projecting my classes to _json_ output.. details
      • Include the code and any error messages that causes this not to work - linking to other questions doesnt help - we need to see the code that causes the problem .... details
      • Code for retrieve (client): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The status field isn't the problem, not remotely.. details
      • Maybe weblogic add something, I don't know weblogic, I must just integrate with a project unfortunatelly made for him.. details
      • Well, for starters, you need to get rid of this line (if you haven't already): CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • What I need is some kind of magic serializer for HashMap*s in Jersey and I cannot seem to interpret the docs well enough to understand how to write one or work around this problem while still maintaining the flexibility of my interface.. details
      • I am trying to access these methods from IOS and maybe that's one of the problems.. details
      • Being relatively new to Jersey, I am sure this problem has been solved.. details
      • This must have been answered previously, but my Google powers are off today and I have been struggling with this for a bit.. details
      • PS - if you use Chrome to translate the page like I did, make sure to switch back to the original to see the code snippets as parts of them get mistakenly "translated" into whitespace.. details
      • Unfortunately the article is in German, which I had to translate for myself - let me know if it doesn't actually address your problem.. details
      • I tried to map a different method to a specific URL CODETERM4 but Jersey was not happy to serve that.. details
      • However, the same jersey, when using to deserialize this data, is screaming the following: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I found that my first stab at this same problem failed with this error message, and the solution was as given in another SO question, URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5603921/jersey-com-sun-jersey-server- impl-template-viewablemessagebodywriter [Jersey:-com.sun.jersey.server.impl.template.ViewableMessageBodyWriter] : I had forgotten to add the jersey-json module to my project.. details
      • In short you can write a custom JaxbContextResolver that looks a little like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I was hoping for a native Jersey way to do it but I suppose it doesn't matter enough to worry about it.. details
      • I know there are some FAQ entries for Jersey, but they are pretty hard to find (so much so that I often can't find it... need to start bookmarking).. details
      • _**Edit:**_ i was confused-- were using cxf, not jersey.. details
      • Maybe Jersey just defaults to configuring ObjectMapper to suppress nulls?. details
      • and expose it.. details
      • Jersey makes it easy to expose restful web services as xml and/or JSON.. details
    3. file: 1
      • I have a complete solution by which 1 jar file is added as a dependency and several tiny files (app.properties, classpath.sh, log4j.properties and run.sh) that completely configure a Jetty8 instance for numerous contexts, Handlers, Servlets, JerseyServlets, StaticFiles and ExplodedWebApps.. details
    4. http: 2
      • I am getting a HTTP 404 error as I try to write my registration API's.. details
      • Giving the error: CODETERM1 This prevent the use of HTTP status code and headers.. details
    5. curl: 1
      • But from the curl command on the command line (this response is more important): CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details
    6. null: 2
      • (The action doesn't have any fields, which is why null shouldn't be a problem - it's the type of the class that's important).. details
      • It also has no problems with null (there is difference between missing entry and one having null), empty Lists or Strings (both are distinct from nulls).. details
    7. properties: 1
      • I solved it by having a utility jar file that reads a properties file to configure contexts for Jersey Servlets, handlers, static files, exploded webapps etc in such a way that the resulting application jar configures the contexts automagically and is run from the command line.. details
    8. configuration: 2
      • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • I did this configuration in my web.xml (as mentioned URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#d4e878 [here] ): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    9. jackson: 10
      • I later found a Jackson jaxrs provider that will hook up to Jersey automatically as opposed to the jackson module provided by Jersey which required configuration.. details
      • The serialization of the object using Jersey's Jackson default serializers with the added metadata will be the following... CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Well why not skip Jackson entirely and grab the output directly from jersey.. details
      • I had tried that before but it wasn't working because I didn't have the jackson jar in the buildpath of my project (Based on the documentation I thought it was built into jersey's core library).. details
      • The default Jersey Jackson provider is configured to use JAXB annotations alongside Jackson ones ;-) The only issue is that the exact configuration of this provider is not documented :-(.. details
      • I followed the instructions URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/json- example-with-jersey-jackson/ [here] which show how to use Jersey and Jackson POJOs(as opposed to JAXB).. details
      • First there is one jar missing in the Jersey requirements documentation, the Jackson XML Compability jar and also the documentation is confusing.. details
      • This would not occur with Jackson annotations; and ideally not if you combine Jackson and JAXB annotations (I thought Jersey enabled both).If Jackson annotation processing is also enabled, adding @JsonProperty next to 'getBiz' should also do the trick.. details
      • Jersey + Jackson deserialization problem with date object.. details
      • I'm using jersey and jackson together to develop my REST API, and I'm having a problem when deserializing date string.. details
    10. service: 1
      • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. details
    11. guice: 1
      • I was using Jersey and Guice so was a little hard to find out how, but I did it.. details
    12. jax-rs: 4
      • and i get the following error: message org.glassfish.jersey.message.internal.MessageBodyProviderNotFoundException: MessageBodyWriter not found for media type=application/json In my WEB-INF/lib folder I have the last release of jersey JAX-RS implementation (jaxrs-ri-2.5.jar) and the jersey-json.jar archive.. details
      • Now I glossed over getting the Provider and MessageBodyReader registered with your JAX-RS Application configuration, but that could vary greatly depending upon if you're using Jersey's servlet, using a custom Application, using Guice, or any number of other ways of setting up your JAX-RS stack.. details
      • Simply serve your file data using GET and CODETERM1 using on of the factory methods of URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/api/javax/ws/rs/core/Response.html [CODETERM2] (part of the JAX-RS API, so you're not locked into Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • You may find it difficult to use CODETERM2 elements to describe your resource URLs, and this might result in you implementing something that looks very much like JAX-RS (if you end up with one controller servlet that parses the URI and dispatches the request to another object).. details
    13. classpath: 1
      • Thanks I had this problem for quite a while, I saw somewhere in the jersey documenation that it would scan the classpath for providers and the JacksonProvider would be automatically discovered but this appears to be incorrect.. details
    14. gson: 1
      • There's not a "problem" with Jersey or Gson ... the web service is basically broken and not returning consistently.. details
    15. json: 44
      • @Brian, yes in my answer I clearly said that the problem is with Jersey... and looking at the JSON responses the method getPagedProjects seems for me to be returning correctly, otherwise he wouldn't get that data... and it must be returning a List or even the IDE would be complaining... so, again, there is a problem with Jersey, and in the links I have provided they seem to have the same problem.... details
      • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [MOXy] and JSON support would work _out-of-the-box_ (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • The easiest way would be adding a dependency on URL_https://jersey.java.net/documentation/latest/media.html#json.moxy [MOXy] and JSON support would work _out-of-the-box_ (you don't need to explicitly register features the modules provides to make it work as opposed to other JSON modules in Jersey): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Now I am trying to build a war application to provide a JSON Webservice API.. details
      • I can POST requests to the service if the data is formatted as XML, but if I send it as JSON instead, the server generates an HTTP 400 (Bad Request), with the message: "The request sent by the client was syntactically incorrect.".. details
      • Your issue results really weird for me... it seems that there must be some problem with Jersey's JSON serialization of single element arrays... if you Google "_Jersey JSON single element arrays_" you'll find the same issue, like URL_http://tugdualgrall.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/jax-rs-jersey-and-single- element-arrays.html [here] or URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13575280 /jersey-json-array-with-1-element-is-serialized-as-object [here] .. details
      • If you are using POJO mapping or want to exclude fields only for some requests, you should construct the JSON with the URL_http ://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html#json.low.level.approac h.section [low-level-JSON-API] .. details
      • In reality I have more than one field that would replicate because JSON structure is a bit more complex, I've simplified it for sake of clarity.. details
      • I have a problem with parsing JSON to Date object.. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array and primitive field "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in recent Jersey json library (v1.14 Sep 2012).. details
      • I managed to solve JSON array "bug" in Jersey json library.. details
      • When I expose this class in a restful api call using jersey, is it possible to somehow mark the 'password' property so it doesn't get exposed (converted to json or xml)?. details
      • Where I'm struggling is getting the JSON deserialization to work as seamlessly as the XML deserialization.. details
      • Where the CODETERM3 annotation was critical to get the XML deserialization working properly, it seemed that the equivalent for JSON was CODETERM4 .. details
      • To solve another problem I have moved from using Jersey to EclipseLink MOXy to generate JSON from a JAXB created object model ( created by Sun JAXB 2.1.12).. details
      • I've verified server has no problem creating the Json response.. details
      • Additional Information as Requested**The json is generated from this MMD schema URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/mmd-schema/trunk/brainz-mmd2-jaxb/src/main/resources/musicbrainz_mmd-2.0.xsd [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/mmd-schema/trunk/brainz-mmd2-jaxb/src/main/resources/musicbrainz_mmd-2.0.xsd ] using JAXB and Jersey , see URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ResultsWriter.java [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ResultsWriter.java ] and URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ArtistWriter.java [ URL_http://svn.musicbrainz.org/search_server/trunk/servlet/src/main/java/org/musicbrainz/search/servlet/mmd2/ArtistWriter.java ] The point is that I want to be able to generate Json and XML from one schema with the minimum of fuss, but apparently the Json doesn't look right so Im looking for a way to improve it (I don't really have any experience of json myself) .. details
      • My problem is that these fields may be null, in which case the field is omitted from the JSON output.. details
      • So I think it must be a wrong JSON message?. details
      • Is it even possible to post a JSON in JQuery to a server that GET the JSON in Jersey JAVA,I'm struggling with the problem.. details
      • If I am on the right track, what is class for the default JSON filter that I can extend?. details
      • A solution was found here: URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using-JSONWithPadding- td7015082.html [ URL_http://jersey.576304.n2.nabble.com/JsonP-without-using - JSONWithPadding-td7015082.html] However, that solution extends the Jackson JSON object, not the default JSON provider.. details
      • However, we are dealing with difficulties in Cross-Domain JSON requests.. details
      • By default, Jersey is using JAXB for the (un)marshalling process, and unfortunately, JAXB JSON processor is not standard (_one-element arrays are ignored, empty arrays are transformed into a one-element empty array..._).. details
      • A side benefit of this is that Jackson generates much better error messages in the case that the client passes it bogus JSON content, compared to Jersey's native JSON handling implementation.. details
      • As to problem itself: this is usually caused by incompatible types used -- type used for deserialization (reading JSON value into POJO) must be such that CODETERM4 annotation is visible.. details
      • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
      • Java numbers and booleans are correctly mapped into JSON numbers and booleans, and you do not need to bother with XML attributes, as in JSON, they keep the original names and would like to use it everywhere, but I haven't been able to figure out how to.. details
      • To avoid the manual work, a new, natural, JSON notation was introduced in Jersey version 1.0.2.. details
      • Can I get Jersey to use natural JSON notation globally/as default?. details
      • I know about the newer "natural" notation (from URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html [ URL_http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/json.html ] , which I'll quote at length because it makes obvious the problems with the default "mapped" notation): After using mapped JSON notation for a while, it was apparent, that a need to configure all the various things manually could be a bit problematic.. details
      • The 2nd line outputs the JSON string response correctly, however the 3rd line to marshal JSON to the POJO is not happening and I get the following exception stacktrace CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • Yes, I get it but the problem is to convert it, this is the title of the topic : Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
      • If I remove my CODETERM3 from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the CODETERM4 s from single-element collections, ...).. details
      • If I remove my CODETERM3 from the game, everything works fine except that I have no control over the generated JSON (and the default is really weird, like removing the CODETERM4 s from single-element collections, ...).. details
      • Error when trying to convert JSON to POJO using Jersey.. details
      • When using Apache Jersey with Jackson for JSON serialisation (on both server and client), I'm hitting a problem when deserialising a generic List.. details
      • But for JSON I get the following exception: SEVERE: Mapped exception to response: 500 (Internal Server Error) javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException: com.sun.jersey.api.MessageException: A message body writer for Java class java.util.Arrays$ArrayList, and Java type java.util.List, and MIME media type application/json was not found I use Jersey 1.6 and, according to the tutorial, JSON format should work with JAXB without any additional programming.. details
      • On the other hand, if you're using the Jersey JSON plugin, you'd have to write a subclass of CODETERM2 , and add JAXB annotations to it - kind of a pain in the ass.. details
      • By default Jersey will use JAXB to process the JSON messages by leveraging the URL_http://jettison.codehaus.org/ [Jettison] library.. details
      • it's really frustrating and I've been fighting with this issue for almost 5 hours now... :( I'd expect JAXB/Jersey to embed my list of downloads in the Project's Json Feed... but unfortunately it's completely missing.. details
      • If you are using FireFox, install TamperData and change your CODETERM1 header to CODETERM2 to see the JSON output.. details
    16. html: 1
      • Now i have been create an html page in another project** where i will put same $.getJSON call which specified above will throw error in console as CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
    17. resteasy: 1
      • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
    18. moxy: 2
      • I am now struggling for a considerable amount of time trying to configure Moxy and it seams to be way more complicated than what was adding CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • For a while the following bug existed in Jersey that prevented MOXy from being used in this way which may be what you are hitting now.. details
    19. return: 2
      • Unfortunately, I don't seem to be able to get a code base that allows me to return the output like this for both XML and JSON.. details
      • I'm just starting to use Jersey and am not clear on how to use it to return JSON.. details
    20. string: 1
      • Calling that method in a Browswer will display a pure String without any JSON- Stuff (Curly Braces etc): CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    21. jsonarray: 1
      • I suggested you should use sub-class thereof (MyTypeIdentifierArray) and NOT JsonArray directly -- problem may come from the fact that Jersey does not pass all necessary type information.. details
    22. jaxb: 1
      • For More Information** URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider_15.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Client-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2012/03/moxy-as-your-jax-rs-json-provider.html [MOXy-as-Your-JAX-RS-JSON-Provider---Server-Side] URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2011/05/specifying-eclipselink-moxy-as-your.html [Specifying-EclipseLink-MOXy-as-Your-JAXB-Provider] UPDATE In GlassFish 4 EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is the default JSON-binding provider used by Jersey: URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html [ URL_http://blog.bdoughan.com/2013/06/moxy-is-new-default-json-binding.html ] .. details
    23. object: 2
      • That object has all members set to null as if it was just constructed with the default constructor.. details
      • All members of this object are null as if it was constructed with a default constructor.. details
    24. mapping: 1
      • I think the problem that you are seeing with the ipiList is due to an issue with single element arrays/lists in an underlying library that Jersey uses for mapping to JSON.. details
    25. maven: 1
      • Actually that is what I'm using I Added jersey-json to my maven dependencies then I used JAXBContextResolver, Is that what you mean or I misunderstand ?. details
    26. override: 1
      • While default setting is not to do this, Jersey may choose to override this keep behavior similar to other serializers.. details
    27. ajax: 2
      • Well first of all, I think that Jersey is doing the wrong thing here, since Content-Type is a header that describes the content of the request/response and you aren't including any content with the request, it should actually be basing its behaviour on the Accepts header instead, but leaving that aside.... Just because it's an ajax call, it doesn't mean that the content-type will always be /, on the client you can call setRequestHeader like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • This is currently not an option for me because the request is coming from an cross domain ajax call, where the content-type will always be _/_.. details
    28. cors: 1
      • You have to support the preflight in the server code or the CORS request will be rejected.. details
    29. serialization: 2
      • Otherwise, where is the error, if he doesn't have any serialization code?!. details
      • Im using @XmlSeeAlso to specify all inheriting classes (15 :-), without it serialization caused an error.. details
    30. post: 2
      • It's as if the failure to create the TestConfig object in the Jersey resource (publish(TestConfig t) blocks the POST from completing.. details
      • I know that this post is old and you figured this out a long time ago, but just to save the people who will read this some time.You probably forgot to add annotation to the entity you are passing to the endpoint, so Jersey does not know how to process the POJO it receives.Annotate the pojo with something like this: @XmlRootElement(name "someName") .. details
    31. parsing: 1
      • Surround all calls to Jersey for parsing in a Try{ }catch() block, where the catch should return an error code and not process further.. details
    32. data: 2
      • I have been Googling and trying to get this to work for hours...The problem is the server is not receiving data as CODETERM1 but as text.. details
      • I trying to learn how to write RESTful apps in Java using Jersey andHibernate, and I'm struggling to understand how to handle parent/child typerelationships when POSTing data to a Resource.. details
    33. class: 4
      • This is essential when configuring JerseyTest too, otherwise only the server part of a JerseyTest will work with POJOs and the client in your test class will fail: URL_https://java.net/projects/jersey/lists/users/archive/2011-07/message/43 .. details
      • It works _almost_ fine, however the _first_ request to the server always ends up with the exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/codehaus/jackson/xc/JaxbAnnotationIntrospector For some reason gae/jersey cannot find this class on the initial request.. details
      • I have a class that I would like to expose through a Jersey RESTful API.. details
      • You can attach @Provider to class A, and make it implements MessageBodyWriter such as: @Providerpublic class A implements MessageBodyWriter This will force you to override the required methods(writeTo, getSize, isWriteable) while jersey is tranporting the objects in your methods.. details
    34. exception: 4
      • A field that isn't mentionned in the Fields class seems to trigger this error: Exception in thread "main" com.sun.jersey.api.client.ClientHandlerException: org.codehaus.jackson.map.exc.UnrecognizedPropertyException: Unrecognized field "timetracking" (Class com.atlassian.jira.rest.client.domain.IssueFields), not marked as ignorable (tried with Element as well as a Field class, same result).. details
      • Yes, my exception mapper works, but not for those.... details
      • @Pete I tested this code outside of Jersey, but I was able to reproduce your original exception and resolve it with this code.. details
      • Jersey Exception : SEVERE: A message body reader for Java class.. details
    35. documentation: 1
      • I was confused by the Jersey documentation and didn't understand all the requirements that are needed.. details
    36. list: 6
      • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link.. details
      • Intead of return a full arraylist (that may be unnecessary), I want to return a URL for that Array, and the Product List must be retrive sending a GET to this link.. details
      • I am building a RESTful web-service in Java using Jersey 1.11, and have problems implementing a method which consumes a list of JSON-ised entities.. details
      • I suspect this has something to do with the fact that CODETERM6 is a list rather than a single value.. details
      • More details**: A similar problem exists if instead of a List of objects, I attempt to deserialize a List of enums.. details
      • Problem is: an "issue" has a "summary" property and a list of fields.. details
    37. pojo: 2
      • I can't figure out where the problem come from since I know my client POJO are exactly similar to server side one.. details
      • Works nicely with Jersey, and I am use it myself (current Jersey version does not bundle full Pojo data binding by default, but will in near future) I would actually not use any of xml libs to produce "json": XStream and JAXB/Jettison can produce kind of JSON, but it uses ugly conventions that are rather non-intuitive.. details
    38. annotations: 2
      • I get this regardless of what CODETERM1 and CODETERM2 annotations I add to my methods though they should both be CODETERM3 .. details
      • PS: you also need to get rid of the CODETERM1 annotations to make it work .. details
    39. client: 1
      • I know that I can detect this on the client side, but it seems like a very ugly hack.. details
    40. time: 1
      • so anyhow, this solution worked for me and I am spending time to record this in SO in case if I ever happen to fall into this error, I would not have to waste my sleepy nights.. details
    41. browser: 1
      • Thats all you need to do... pop open your browser and browse to URL_http://localhost/blah/1 [ URL_http://localhost/blah/1 ] .. details
  • Usability
    1. Then you send it using Jersey API, I think that it's correct (although I'm not an expert in Jersey...) Then your problem is that you are not deserializing the JSON correctly in your web service.
      • I'm using jersey and jackson together to develop my REST API, and I'm having a problem when deserializing date string.