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  • Thanks for the help!. details
  • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. details
  • Thank you for your response.. details
  • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
  • When I upgraded to jackson 2.x, I think I upgraded resteasy to the latest and used the jackson-2 provider and things were ok.. 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
  • The picture gets more complicated in case of a method that sends a request, needs to parse the JSON result, should extract the new ID of the created entity and "reuse" this ID to make another request to replace the automatically generated device name into a more readable and friendlier name.. details
  • I am finding a lot of resources for how to pretty print JSON in general, but as I am letting JBoss (and RESTEasy) output my JSON behind the covers, I don't know of any way to tweak what it serves.. details
  • Registering via Application If you are using an Application class to configure Resteasy you can add your provider to the set of services and providers to register with Resteasy like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Verify that classpath scanning is enabled in your web.xml file like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • To improve compatibility, I would like to get my dates into one of two formats; milliseconds + timezone offset or ISO 8061.. details
  • Changing Default JSON Time Format with RESTEasy 3.x.. details
  • It seems that RESTEasy used to use Jettison for JSON serialization, but from what I've been reading they've switch to Jackson ... all of this has made googling for help pretty hit or miss.. details
  • Thanks.. 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
  • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • thanks in advance .. details
  • An enhancement to support JSONP is scheduled to be released in RESTEasy 2.3.6 Final/3.0-beta-4 ( URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 [ URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 ] ).. details
  • An enhancement to support JSONP is scheduled to be released in RESTEasy 2.3.6 Final/3.0-beta-4 ( URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 [ URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 ] ).. details
  • It works automatically by wrapping your results in a js callback once it sees a query parameter named "callback" in the url.. details
  • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance).. details
  • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data.I got very simple solution to read the POST data using URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_FormParam [@FormParam] , Actually i was using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/doc s/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_QueryParam [@QueryParam] to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here.. details
  • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data.I got very simple solution to read the POST data using URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_FormParam [@FormParam] , Actually i was using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/doc s/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_QueryParam [@QueryParam] to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here.. details
  • URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/user guide/html_single/index.html [ URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/use rguide/html_single/index.html] Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .. details
  • URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/user guide/html_single/index.html [ URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/use rguide/html_single/index.html] Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .. details
  • @Thor84no Doesn't mean those libraries are correct, they are not.. details
  • @NimChimpsky I've seen plenty of API's that have query parameters and call themselves REST (libraries such as RESTEasy even provide easy ways of managing them), I think the definition there is wolly.. details
  • Also i tried @XmlElement(required=false, nillable=true)) and it's not worked.. details
  • But I wish it could be more intelligent and instantiate an object from the right class in the tree according to the properties in the json.. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • Thanks Bohemian this works perfectly!.. details
  • Thanks Bohemian this works perfectly!.. details
  • Do you know how to RESTEasy to output value as string?. details
  • It has URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3.5.Final/userg uide/html_single/index.html [superb-docs] and there URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/integrate-jackson-with-resteasy/ [nice-examples-to-be-found] .. details
  • It has URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3.5.Final/userg uide/html_single/index.html [superb-docs] and there URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/integrate-jackson-with-resteasy/ [nice-examples-to-be-found] .. details
  • I'm using resteasy 2.2.3.GA on jboss6 and have my resources working fine, serializing to/from JSON.. details
  • This way if your CODETERM3 domain object that represent incoming JSON has a parameter CODETERM4 set to true, then the CODETERM5 object is parameterized to produce CODETERM6 otherwise it produces CODETERM7 .. details
  • You could map the request on a method returning a RestEasy CODETERM1 object, using a CODETERM2 to build your response, setting dynamically the mime type of the response depending on a parameter in your JSON.. details
  • I'm currently playing around with RestEasy and Angular.js.. details
  • This works for _any_ kind of HTTP request (_GET_, _POST_, _PUT_, _DELETE_).. details
  • These are just high level examples, please read through the URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_PathParam [documentation] I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one.. details
  • These are just high level examples, please read through the URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_PathParam [documentation] I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one.. details
  • It's atypical to use query parameters with a POST request, but it is possible if the request type is _application/x-www-form-urlencoded_: CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
  • Form encoded data are the URL encoded name/value pair data passed in the body of an HTTP request, when the request type is _application/x-www- form-urlencoded_.. details
  • I recommend reading through the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.h tml [RESTEasy-JAX-RS-Documentation] .. details
  • This is pretty simple and all written codes are reusable, boilerplate code is near to non-existence Hope this help everybody.. details
  • Resteasy-mobile is a perfect solution ( URL_https://github.com/tdiesler/resteasy - mobile) It's basically full blown resteasy (which has client framework) but uses Apache HTTP Client rather than HttpURLConnection (which doesn't exist on android) Here is more information about usage ( URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3 .. details
  • RESTeasy has been nice for mapping JSON to Java classes.. details
  • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. details
  • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. 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
  • I highly recommend URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [JBoss-RESTEasy] for the REST API.. details
  • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
  • It also supports templating.. details
  • It's just automatic.. details
  • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
  • Thanks .. details
  • Please suggest.. details
  • I think RESTEasy can also handle XML for no extra fee, which would be nice in the case of third- party clients, but I haven't used that feature.. details
  • I use RESTEasy to quickly marshal/unmarshal json into/from java objects on the server.. details
  • RESTEasy comes with a default servlet that you can install which has fancy/convenient routing annotations.. details
  • I have a class CODETERM2 that has a CODETERM3 field and it's annotated with CODETERM4 When I return any User object from my resources, everything is fine.. 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
  • 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
  • There's no explicit support for JSONP in RESTEasy, however one easy way to enable JSONP in your application is to write a Servlet Filter.. details
  • Here's my advice for writing your own filter: only wrap the response if a callback parameter is specified (obviously) only wrap the response if the response content type is CODETERM1 (or if you want to support a wider selection of variants, only wrap if the response content type is CODETERM2 or CODETERM3 ) use an HttpServletResponseWrapper so that you can invoke the forward chain ( CODETERM4 ) without writing any data to the real response.. details
  • and of course security police.. details
  • and of course security police.. details
  • Skaffman, I've tried registering a JAXB annotation introspector following the spec ( URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonJAXBAnnotations ) but I don't see how to dynamically plug that into my restful framework (RESTEasy).. details
  • Skaffman, I've tried registering a JAXB annotation introspector following the spec ( URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonJAXBAnnotations ) but I don't see how to dynamically plug that into my restful framework (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
  • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
  • I strongly recommend ditching Jettison completely, and using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/json.html [RestEasy-Jackson-support] instead.. details
  • I strongly recommend ditching Jettison completely, and using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/json.html [RestEasy-Jackson-support] instead.. details
  • If I change it to CODETERM2 the JSON response will treat it as a Sting and keep the double quotes in the response.. details
  • Thanks myself ;-) .. details
  • But as RESTEasy support also the Jackson Framework, I switched to Jackson and everything thing is ok now.. details
  • Answers are all pretty consistent.. details
  • Thanks for all of your prompt responses.. details
  • My Twitter RESTEasy client is a simple interface CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX-RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB).. details
  • Any clue to correct it would be great.. details
  • I even tried to use dojo.forEach and it works great until it reaches the single element array that unfortunalty, lacks any type of list notation.. details
  • works just fine ... but for some reason, the JSON looks like this for one child: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • If the List<> element has 2 or more elements, all is well.. details
  • That's all, have a nice day!. details
  • I have been doing it successfully in RESTEasy.. details
  • I don't have any special JSON tags in ReqData, but I do have @XmlRootElement(name="data") at the top for the XML marshaller and @XmlElement tags on the setters.. details
  • URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
  • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
  • Datastore StringProperty has a limitation of 500 characters.. details
  • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
  • Yes, my exception mapper works, but not for those.... details
  • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
  • Would that be problem?. details
  • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. 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 have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
  • MyServer response gives me null fields and lastupdate in millis -_-' where did i wrong?. details
  • Is there any way to force the JSON output to match the XML output?. details
  • Currently, it just try to instanciate a MyParentClass new instance but throw an error saying that property, for exemple, "number" is not mark as ignorable.. details
  • I encounter a problem when one of those POJO member is generic.. details
  • I encounter a problem when one of those POJO member is generic.. details
  • Currently, it just try to instanciate a MyParentClass new instance but throw an error saying that property, for exemple, "number" is not mark as ignorable.. details
  • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?. details
  • Marshalling/unmarshalling occurs by reflective magic on the resource method's arguments and and somehow involves the MessageBodyReader and MessageBodyWriter providers.. details
  • Anyone have any suggestions as to how the underlying providers could be exposed?. details
  • A little sample code on android side CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: URL_http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gilik.html and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.. details
  • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: URL_http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gilik.html and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.. details
  • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?. details
  • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
  • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. 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
  • But problem with using this in Ajax because I send GET to other domain.. details
  • But problem with using this in Ajax because I send GET to other domain.. details
  • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.. details
  • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.. details
  • This code give the following Exception : CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details
  • This type of notation forces ugly, unnecessary checks in my javascript for existence or size, etc of an expected array ... Is this consistent standard practice?. details
  • I don't know whether resteasy 1.1 containts jettison provider but version 1.2 does.Also if you are using jdk 1.6 you must exclude javax.xml.stream:stax-api jar file, otherwise you will have a problem.. details
  • it has a default constructor and it has setters and getters that the marshaller finds.. details
  • As far as I can see in the URL_http://www.jboss.org /file-access/default/members/resteasy/freezone/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/Cont ent%5FMarshalling%5FProviders.html#Default%5FProviders%5Fand%5Fdefault%5FJAX- RS%5FContent%5FMarshalling [documentation] JAX-RS can automatically marshal and unmarshal application/json strings back to java classes.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.jboss.resteasy using topic modeling.
  • 0. centric resource request rest rpc operation xmlelement required true nillable: 6
    • The picture gets more complicated in case of a method that sends a request, needs to parse the JSON result, should extract the new ID of the created entity and "reuse" this ID to make another request to replace the automatically generated device name into a more readable and friendlier name.. details
    • Also i tried @XmlElement(required=false, nillable=true)) and it's not worked.. details
    • I'm using resteasy 2.2.3.GA on jboss6 and have my resources working fine, serializing to/from JSON.. details
    • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
    • I use RESTEasy to quickly marshal/unmarshal json into/from java objects on the server.. details
    • REST is resource-centric, not operation-centric (like RPC).. details
  • 1. response tag change html format groupname marshaller double quote special: 6
    • To improve compatibility, I would like to get my dates into one of two formats; milliseconds + timezone offset or ISO 8061.. details
    • Changing Default JSON Time Format with RESTEasy 3.x.. details
    • It has uide/html_single/index.html [superb-docs] and there nice-examples-to-be-found .. details
    • I'm currently playing around with RestEasy and Angular.js.. details
    • If I change it to String groupName="oneoneoneoneone"; the JSON response will treat it as a Sting and keep the double quotes in the response.. details
    • I don't have any special JSON tags in ReqData, but I do have @XmlRootElement(name="data") at the top for the XML marshaller and @XmlElement tags on the setters.. details
  • 2. response service wrap parameter write rest content provide jaxb html: 10
    • Thank you for your response.. details
    • But I wish it could be more intelligent and instantiate an object from the right class in the tree according to the properties in the json.. details
    • You could map the request on a method returning a RestEasy Response object, using a ResponseBuilder to build your response, setting dynamically the mime type of the response depending on a parameter in your JSON.. details
    • These are just high level examples, please read through the oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_PathParam [documentation] I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one.. details
    • I recommend reading through the tml [RESTEasy-JAX-RS-Documentation] .. details
    • I've been there, done that and later switched to pure RESTful web services using libraries like Jersey or RESTEasy .. details
    • RESTEasy comes with a default servlet that you can install which has fancy/convenient routing annotations.. details
    • Here's my advice for writing your own filter: only wrap the response if a callback parameter is specified (obviously) only wrap the response if the response content type is application/json (or if you want to support a wider selection of variants, only wrap if the response content type is application/json or application/*+json ) use an HttpServletResponseWrapper so that you can invoke the forward chain ( chain.doFilter ) without writing any data to the real response.. details
    • Thanks for all of your prompt responses.. details
    • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX-RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB).. details
  • 3. jsonp html register provider read post userguide queryparam single service: 8
    • Registering via Application If you are using an Application class to configure Resteasy you can add your provider to the set of services and providers to register with Resteasy like so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET .. details
    • An enhancement to support JSONP is scheduled to be released in RESTEasy 2.3.6 Final/3.0-beta-4 ( ).. details
    • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data.I got very simple solution to read the POST data using oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_FormParam [@FormParam] , Actually i was using the s/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_QueryParam [@QueryParam] to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here.. details
    • Thanks Bohemian this works perfectly!.. details
    • It's just automatic.. details
    • There's no explicit support for JSONP in RESTEasy, however one easy way to enable JSONP in your application is to write a Servlet Filter.. details
    • and of course security police.. details
  • 4. jackson upgrade reason thing advance simple request provider http late: 8
    • When I upgraded to jackson 2.x, I think I upgraded resteasy to the latest and used the jackson-2 provider and things were ok.. details
    • thanks in advance .. details
    • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance).. details
    • Resteasy-mobile is a perfect solution ( - mobile) It's basically full blown resteasy (which has client framework) but uses Apache HTTP Client rather than HttpURLConnection (which doesn't exist on android) Here is more information about usage ( .. details
    • This is pretty simple and all written codes are reusable, boilerplate code is near to non-existence Hope this help everybody.. details
    • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. details
    • Any clue to correct it would be great.. details
    • works just fine ... but for some reason, the JSON looks like this for one child: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 5. jackson jersey resource ditch dynamically jettison spec skaffman jaxb register: 8
    • @Thor84no Doesn't mean those libraries are correct, they are not.. details
    • It also supports templating.. details
    • I have a class User that has a createdOn field and it's annotated with XmlJavaTypeAdapter(JAXBDateAdapter.class) When I return any User object from my resources, everything is fine.. details
    • Skaffman, I've tried registering a JAXB annotation introspector following the spec ( ) but I don't see how to dynamically plug that into my restful framework (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
    • I strongly recommend ditching Jettison completely, and using the RestEasy-Jackson-support instead.. details
    • But as RESTEasy support also the Jackson Framework, I switched to Jackson and everything thing is ok now.. details
    • That's all, have a nice day!. details
  • 6. post read request form encode output html simple formparam resource: 6
    • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. details
    • I am finding a lot of resources for how to pretty print JSON in general, but as I am letting JBoss (and RESTEasy) output my JSON behind the covers, I don't know of any way to tweak what it serves.. details
    • It seems that RESTEasy used to use Jettison for JSON serialization, but from what I've been reading they've switch to Jackson ... all of this has made googling for help pretty hit or miss.. details
    • Do you know how to RESTEasy to output value as string?. details
    • Form encoded data are the URL encoded name/value pair data passed in the body of an HTTP request, when the request type is _application/x-www- form-urlencoded_.. details
    • My Twitter RESTEasy client is a simple interface CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 7. produce jersey response service jax simple parameter true cxf myobject: 6
    • Verify that classpath scanning is enabled in your web.xml file like so: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This way if your MyObject domain object that represent incoming JSON has a parameter xml set to true, then the Response object is parameterized to produce text/xml otherwise it produces application/json .. details
    • Useful thread Java-WebService .. details
    • I think RESTEasy can also handle XML for no extra fee, which would be nice in the case of third- party clients, but I haven't used that feature.. 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
    • Answers are all pretty consistent.. details
  • 8. html single jersey urlencoded tip rguide mime form formparam dojo: 4
    • guide/html_single/index.html [ rguide/html_single/index.html Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .. details
    • I highly recommend JBoss-RESTEasy for the REST API.. details
    • I even tried to use dojo.forEach and it works great until it reaches the single element array that unfortunalty, lacks any type of list notation.. details
    • Jersey is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
  • 9. jersey parameter request query post callback kind implementation result automatically: 20
    • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
    • it's better you have a RESTful framework like [Jersey]( /) or [resteasy]( .. details
    • Thanks for the help!. details
    • Thanks.. 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
    • It works automatically by wrapping your results in a js callback once it sees a query parameter named "callback" in the url.. details
    • @NimChimpsky I've seen plenty of API's that have query parameters and call themselves REST (libraries such as RESTEasy even provide easy ways of managing them), I think the definition there is wolly.. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • This works for _any_ kind of HTTP request (_GET_, _POST_, _PUT_, _DELETE_).. details
    • It's atypical to use query parameters with a POST request, but it is possible if the request type is _application/x-www-form-urlencoded_: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • RESTeasy has been nice for mapping JSON to Java classes.. details
    • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
    • Please suggest.. details
    • Thanks .. 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 Jersey or RESTEasy .. details
    • Popular implementations are RestEasy and Jersey .. details
    • Thanks myself ;-) .. details
    • If the List<> element has 2 or more elements, all is well.. details
    • I have been doing it successfully in RESTEasy.. details
  • 0. exception html 5fmarshalling 5fproviders response member jax documentation 5fand 5fjax: 5
    • 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
    • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET .. details
    • This code give the following Exception : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • As far as I can see in the /file-access/default/members/resteasy/freezone/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/Cont ent%5FMarshalling%5FProviders.html#Default%5FProviders%5Fand%5Fdefault%5FJAX- RS%5FContent%5FMarshalling [documentation] JAX-RS can automatically marshal and unmarshal application/json strings back to java classes.. details
  • 1. force output resource servlet response null expect standard millis existence: 9
    • Would that be problem?. details
    • MyServer response gives me null fields and lastupdate in millis -_-' where did i wrong?. details
    • Is there any way to force the JSON output to match the XML output?. details
    • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?. 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
    • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. details
    • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
    • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.. details
    • This type of notation forces ugly, unnecessary checks in my javascript for existence or size, etc of an expected array ... Is this consistent standard practice?. details
  • 2. find provider constructor marshaller setter getters expose suggestion member pojo: 5
    • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
    • I encounter a problem when one of those POJO member is generic.. details
    • Anyone have any suggestions as to how the underlying providers could be exposed?. details
    • But problem with using this in Ajax because I send GET to other domain.. details
    • it has a default constructor and it has setters and getters that the marshaller finds.. details
  • 3. number ignorable exemple myparentclass instanciate instance mark throw property stringproperty: 4
    • Datastore StringProperty has a limitation of 500 characters.. details
    • Currently, it just try to instanciate a MyParentClass new instance but throw an error saying that property, for exemple, "number" is not mark as ignorable.. details
    • Marshalling/unmarshalling occurs by reflective magic on the resource method's arguments and and somehow involves the MessageBodyReader and MessageBodyWriter providers.. details
    • Avoid the HttpSession .. details
  • 4. provider response plain request bit variable exclude documentation text jax: 5
    • I have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET .. details
    • A little sample code on android side CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.. details
    • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?. details
    • I don't know whether resteasy 1.1 containts jettison provider but version 1.2 does.Also if you are using jdk 1.6 you must exclude javax.xml.stream:stax-api jar file, otherwise you will have a problem.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.jboss.resteasy using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB) .
  • To implement a service of this kind in Java there are frameworks that can help you, such as Jersey or RESTEasy .
  • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good .
  • It seems that RESTEasy used to use Jettison for JSON serialization, but from what I've been reading they've switch to Jackson all of this has made googling for help pretty hit or miss .
  • Registering via Application If you are using an Application class to configure Resteasy you can add your provider to the set of services and providers to register with Resteasy like so: CODESNIPPET JAVA4 .
  • Thanks for the help!.
  • Also i tried @XmlElement(required=false, nillable=true)) and it's not worked .
  • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance) .
  • 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) .
  • It's atypical to use query parameters with a POST request, but it is possible if the request type is application x www form urlencoded : CODESNIPPET JAVA6 .
  • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB) .
  • You could map the request on a method returning a RestEasy Response object, using a ResponseBuilder to build your response, setting dynamically the mime type of the response depending on a parameter in your JSON .
  • The picture gets more complicated in case of a method that sends a request, needs to parse the JSON result, should extract the new ID of the created entity and "reuse" this ID to make another request to replace the automatically generated device name into a more readable and friendlier name .
  • If I change it to String groupName="oneoneoneoneone"; the JSON response will treat it as a Sting and keep the double quotes in the response .
  • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance) .
  • I am finding a lot of resources for how to pretty print JSON in general, but as I am letting JBoss (and RESTEasy) output my JSON behind the covers, I don't know of any way to tweak what it serves .
  • When I upgraded to jackson 2 x, I think I upgraded resteasy to the latest and used the jackson 2 provider and things were ok .
  • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data I got very simple solution to read the POST data using oss org resteasy docs 2 0 0 GA userguide html single index html# FormParam @FormParam , Actually i was using the s 2 0 0 GA userguide html single index html# QueryParam @QueryParam to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here .
  • But I wish it could be more intelligent and instantiate an object from the right class in the tree according to the properties in the json .
  • Here's my advice for writing your own filter: only wrap the response if a callback parameter is specified (obviously) only wrap the response if the response content type is application/json (or if you want to support a wider selection of variants, only wrap if the response content type is application/json or application/*+json ) use an HttpServletResponseWrapper so that you can invoke the forward chain ( chain.doFilter ) without writing any data to the real response .
  • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB) .
  • You could map the request on a method returning a RestEasy Response object, using a ResponseBuilder to build your response, setting dynamically the mime type of the response depending on a parameter in your JSON .
  • The picture gets more complicated in case of a method that sends a request, needs to parse the JSON result, should extract the new ID of the created entity and "reuse" this ID to make another request to replace the automatically generated device name into a more readable and friendlier name .
  • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance) .
  • I am finding a lot of resources for how to pretty print JSON in general, but as I am letting JBoss (and RESTEasy) output my JSON behind the covers, I don't know of any way to tweak what it serves .
  • It's atypical to use query parameters with a POST request, but it is possible if the request type is application x www form urlencoded : CODESNIPPET JAVA6 .
  • These are just high level examples, please read through the oss org resteasy docs 2 0 0 GA userguide html single index html# PathParam documentation I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one .
  • Form encoded data are the URL encoded name value pair data passed in the body of an HTTP request, when the request type is application x www form urlencoded .
  • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data I got very simple solution to read the POST data using oss org resteasy docs 2 0 0 GA userguide html single index html# FormParam @FormParam , Actually i was using the s 2 0 0 GA userguide html single index html# QueryParam @QueryParam to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here .
  • Here's my advice for writing your own filter: only wrap the response if a callback parameter is specified (obviously) only wrap the response if the response content type is application/json (or if you want to support a wider selection of variants, only wrap if the response content type is application/json or application/*+json ) use an HttpServletResponseWrapper so that you can invoke the forward chain ( chain.doFilter ) without writing any data to the real response .
  • This code give the following Exception : CODESNIPPET JAVA7 .
  • 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) .
  • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs .
  • I have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET JAVA5 .
  • I've never used JAX RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable .
  • Anyone have any suggestions as to how the underlying providers could be exposed?.
  • Yes, my exception mapper works, but not for those .
  • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?.
  • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?.
  • 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) .
  • I have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET JAVA5 .
  • I don't know whether resteasy 1 1 containts jettison provider but version 1 2 does Also if you are using jdk 1 6 you must exclude javax xml stream:stax api jar file, otherwise you will have a problem .
  • Is there any way to force the JSON output to match the XML output?.
  • I've never used JAX RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable .
  • Marshalling unmarshalling occurs by reflective magic on the resource method's arguments and and somehow involves the MessageBodyReader and MessageBodyWriter providers .
  • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?.
  • As far as I can see in the file access default members resteasy freezone docs 1 1 GA userguide html Cont ent%5FMarshalling%5FProviders html#Default%5FProviders%5Fand%5Fdefault%5FJAX RS%5FContent%5FMarshalling documentation JAX RS can automatically marshal and unmarshal application json strings back to java classes .
  • it has a default constructor and it has setters and getters that the marshaller finds .
  • 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) .
  • I have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET JAVA5 .
  • I don't know whether resteasy 1 1 containts jettison provider but version 1 2 does Also if you are using jdk 1 6 you must exclude javax xml stream:stax api jar file, otherwise you will have a problem .
  • Is there any way to force the JSON output to match the XML output?.
  • I've never used JAX RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable .
  • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect .
  • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?.
  • it has a default constructor and it has setters and getters that the marshaller finds .
  • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?.
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    • Do you know how to RESTEasy to output value as string?.
    • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?.
    • I have been doing it successfully in RESTEasy .
    • And now to open a RESTEasy bug .
    • RESTeasy has been nice for mapping JSON to Java classes .
    • And now to open a RESTEasy bug .
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Features:
  • Changing Default JSON Time Format with RESTEasy 3.x.
  • Datastore StringProperty has a limitation of 500 characters.
Portability:
  • N/A
  • A little sample code on android side CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .
Documentation:
  • URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/user guide/html_single/index.html [ URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/use rguide/html_single/index.html] Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .
  • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: URL_http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gilik.html and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.
Legal:
  • N/A
  • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.
Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you for your response.
  • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.
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:
  • and of course security police.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .
  • Would that be problem?
Usability:
  • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.
  • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.
  • Features: 11
    1. output: 1
      • Do you know how to RESTEasy to output value as string?. details
    2. json: 1
      • Changing Default JSON Time Format with RESTEasy 3.x.. details
    3. http: 1
      • Form encoded data are the URL encoded name/value pair data passed in the body of an HTTP request, when the request type is _application/x-www- form-urlencoded_.. details
    4. response: 1
      • You could map the request on a method returning a RestEasy CODETERM1 object, using a CODETERM2 to build your response, setting dynamically the mime type of the response depending on a parameter in your JSON.. details
    5. general: 7
      • It works automatically by wrapping your results in a js callback once it sees a query parameter named "callback" in the url.. details
      • I'm currently playing around with RestEasy and Angular.js.. details
      • I believe it is the standard for Java.. details
      • Please suggest.. details
      • Answers are all pretty consistent.. details
      • Thanks for all of your prompt responses.. details
      • I have been doing it successfully in RESTEasy.. details
  • Documentation: 8
    1. general: 8
      • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data.I got very simple solution to read the POST data using URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_FormParam [@FormParam] , Actually i was using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/doc s/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_QueryParam [@QueryParam] to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here.. details
      • URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/user guide/html_single/index.html [ URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/use rguide/html_single/index.html] Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .. details
      • It has URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3.5.Final/userg uide/html_single/index.html [superb-docs] and there URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/integrate-jackson-with-resteasy/ [nice-examples-to-be-found] .. details
      • These are just high level examples, please read through the URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_PathParam [documentation] I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one.. details
      • I recommend reading through the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.h tml [RESTEasy-JAX-RS-Documentation] .. details
      • Useful thread URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9483764/java-webservice [Java-WebService] .. details
      • Skaffman, I've tried registering a JAXB annotation introspector following the spec ( URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonJAXBAnnotations ) but I don't see how to dynamically plug that into my restful framework (RESTEasy).. details
      • I strongly recommend ditching Jettison completely, and using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/json.html [RestEasy-Jackson-support] instead.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 10
    1. rest: 1
      • I highly recommend URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [JBoss-RESTEasy] for the REST API.. details
    2. general: 9
  • Performance: 2
    1. general: 2
      • 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
      • 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
      • and of course security police.. details
  • Bug: 2
    1. general: 2
      • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • An enhancement to support JSONP is scheduled to be released in RESTEasy 2.3.6 Final/3.0-beta-4 ( URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 [ URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 ] ).. details
  • Usability: 61
    1. spring: 1
      • I know that implementation works in Jersey, RestEASY and Spring 3.. details
    2. twitter: 1
      • My Twitter RESTEasy client is a simple interface CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
    3. rest: 2
      • @NimChimpsky I've seen plenty of API's that have query parameters and call themselves REST (libraries such as RESTEasy even provide easy ways of managing them), I think the definition there is wolly.. details
      • REST is resource-centric, not operation-centric (like RPC).. details
    4. parsing: 1
      • 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
    5. file: 1
      • Verify that classpath scanning is enabled in your web.xml file like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    6. null: 1
      • here customization class for ObjectMapper,(I've setted not null filed and new human readable date) CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
    7. data: 1
      • Here's my advice for writing your own filter: only wrap the response if a callback parameter is specified (obviously) only wrap the response if the response content type is CODETERM1 (or if you want to support a wider selection of variants, only wrap if the response content type is CODETERM2 or CODETERM3 ) use an HttpServletResponseWrapper so that you can invoke the forward chain ( CODETERM4 ) without writing any data to the real response.. details
    8. jackson: 3
      • When I upgraded to jackson 2.x, I think I upgraded resteasy to the latest and used the jackson-2 provider and things were ok.. 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
      • But as RESTEasy support also the Jackson Framework, I switched to Jackson and everything thing is ok now.. details
    9. service: 1
      • 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
    10. jax-rs: 2
      • 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
      • URL_http://jersey.dev.java.net [Jersey] is a good JAX-RS implementation (RestEasy is good too), and has good support.. details
    11. json: 12
      • The picture gets more complicated in case of a method that sends a request, needs to parse the JSON result, should extract the new ID of the created entity and "reuse" this ID to make another request to replace the automatically generated device name into a more readable and friendlier name.. details
      • I am finding a lot of resources for how to pretty print JSON in general, but as I am letting JBoss (and RESTEasy) output my JSON behind the covers, I don't know of any way to tweak what it serves.. details
      • It seems that RESTEasy used to use Jettison for JSON serialization, but from what I've been reading they've switch to Jackson ... all of this has made googling for help pretty hit or miss.. 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
      • The reason I want to do this is to be able to parse the json later using the correct parser (it depends on the application that sends the request so it is impossible to know in advance).. details
      • This way if your CODETERM3 domain object that represent incoming JSON has a parameter CODETERM4 set to true, then the CODETERM5 object is parameterized to produce CODETERM6 otherwise it produces CODETERM7 .. details
      • RESTeasy has been nice for mapping JSON to Java classes.. details
      • I use RESTEasy to quickly marshal/unmarshal json into/from java objects on the server.. details
      • If I change it to CODETERM2 the JSON response will treat it as a Sting and keep the double quotes in the response.. details
      • My starting framework is JBoss RESTEasy (JAX-RS implementation) that provides an elegant way to consume Rest services JSON services by mapping JSON to JAXB thru Jettison framework (it works also in the other way if you want to provide REST service and produce JSON from JAXB).. details
      • works just fine ... but for some reason, the JSON looks like this for one child: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I don't have any special JSON tags in ReqData, but I do have @XmlRootElement(name="data") at the top for the XML marshaller and @XmlElement tags on the setters.. details
    12. http: 2
      • This works for _any_ kind of HTTP request (_GET_, _POST_, _PUT_, _DELETE_).. details
      • Resteasy-mobile is a perfect solution ( URL_https://github.com/tdiesler/resteasy - mobile) It's basically full blown resteasy (which has client framework) but uses Apache HTTP Client rather than HttpURLConnection (which doesn't exist on android) Here is more information about usage ( URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3 .. details
    13. jaxb: 1
      • Skaffman, I've tried registering a JAXB annotation introspector following the spec ( URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonJAXBAnnotations ) but I don't see how to dynamically plug that into my restful framework (RESTEasy).. details
    14. object: 2
      • But I wish it could be more intelligent and instantiate an object from the right class in the tree according to the properties in the json.. details
      • I have a class CODETERM2 that has a CODETERM3 field and it's annotated with CODETERM4 When I return any User object from my resources, everything is fine.. details
    15. jsonp: 2
      • An enhancement to support JSONP is scheduled to be released in RESTEasy 2.3.6 Final/3.0-beta-4 ( URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 [ URL_https://issues.jboss.org/browse/RESTEASY-342 ] ).. details
      • There's no explicit support for JSONP in RESTEasy, however one easy way to enable JSONP in your application is to write a Servlet Filter.. details
    16. post: 2
      • I just started developing webservice in java and had a same problem with POST data.I got very simple solution to read the POST data using URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_FormParam [@FormParam] , Actually i was using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/doc s/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_QueryParam [@QueryParam] to read POST data, I think its only for reading the QueryString data using GET method A very nice documentation given here.. details
      • It's atypical to use query parameters with a POST request, but it is possible if the request type is _application/x-www-form-urlencoded_: CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
    17. general: 20
      • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. 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
      • To improve compatibility, I would like to get my dates into one of two formats; milliseconds + timezone offset or ISO 8061.. details
      • URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/user guide/html_single/index.html [ URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/use rguide/html_single/index.html] Tip: Just make sure you are using "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" mime type while using @FormParam .. details
      • @Thor84no Doesn't mean those libraries are correct, they are not.. details
      • Also i tried @XmlElement(required=false, nillable=true)) and it's not worked.. details
      • Thanks Bohemian this works perfectly!.. details
      • It has URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/2.3.5.Final/userg uide/html_single/index.html [superb-docs] and there URL_http://www.mkyong.com/webservices/jax-rs/integrate-jackson-with-resteasy/ [nice-examples-to-be-found] .. details
      • I'm using resteasy 2.2.3.GA on jboss6 and have my resources working fine, serializing to/from JSON.. details
      • These are just high level examples, please read through the URL_http://docs.jb oss.org/resteasy/docs/2.0.0.GA/userguide/html_single/index.html#_PathParam [documentation] I linked to get a better example of how each parameter type works, and when to use which one.. details
      • This is pretty simple and all written codes are reusable, boilerplate code is near to non-existence Hope this help everybody.. details
      • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. 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 also supports templating.. details
      • It's just automatic.. details
      • I think RESTEasy can also handle XML for no extra fee, which would be nice in the case of third- party clients, but I haven't used that feature.. details
      • RESTEasy comes with a default servlet that you can install which has fancy/convenient routing annotations.. details
      • Popular implementations are URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [RestEasy] and URL_http://jersey.java.net/ [Jersey] .. details
      • Any clue to correct it would be great.. details
      • That's all, have a nice day!. details
    18. jettison: 1
      • I strongly recommend ditching Jettison completely, and using the URL_http://docs.jboss.org/resteasy/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/json.html [RestEasy-Jackson-support] instead.. details
    19. class: 1
      • Registering via Application If you are using an Application class to configure Resteasy you can add your provider to the set of services and providers to register with Resteasy like so: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
    20. list: 1
      • I even tried to use dojo.forEach and it works great until it reaches the single element array that unfortunalty, lacks any type of list notation.. details
    21. element: 1
      • If the List<> element has 2 or more elements, all is well.. details
    22. security: 1
      • and of course security police.. details
    23. jersey: 1
      • We use it with Jersey and Resteasy and it's very good.. details
  • Features: 6
    1. general: 6
      • Datastore StringProperty has a limitation of 500 characters.. details
      • but when I call search api, I receve this response: (here a little part of response) CODESNIPPET_JAVA5 .. details
      • How to force RESTEasy output number as string in json?. details
      • Anyone have any suggestions as to how the underlying providers could be exposed?. details
      • REST resources are manipulated through a common interface.. details
      • Avoid the CODETERM3 .. details
  • Portability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • A little sample code on android side CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: URL_http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gilik.html and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.. details
  • Legal: 1
    1. general: 1
      • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.. details
  • Bug: 7
    1. general: 7
      • Would that be problem?. details
      • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
      • Don't really know about Jersey, but in RESTEasy exception mappers to classes like Exception and Throwable have, by design, no effect.. details
      • Currently, it just try to instanciate a MyParentClass new instance but throw an error saying that property, for exemple, "number" is not mark as ignorable.. details
      • I encounter a problem when one of those POJO member is generic.. details
      • But problem with using this in Ajax because I send GET to other domain.. details
      • This code give the following Exception : CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details
  • Usability: 19
    1. exception: 2
      • 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
    2. javascript: 1
      • This type of notation forces ugly, unnecessary checks in my javascript for existence or size, etc of an expected array ... Is this consistent standard practice?. details
    3. service: 1
      • Think of the resources that your service exposes and give these URIs.. details
    4. jax-rs: 2
      • 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
      • As far as I can see in the URL_http://www.jboss.org /file-access/default/members/resteasy/freezone/docs/1.1.GA/userguide/html/Cont ent%5FMarshalling%5FProviders.html#Default%5FProviders%5Fand%5Fdefault%5FJAX- RS%5FContent%5FMarshalling [documentation] JAX-RS can automatically marshal and unmarshal application/json strings back to java classes.. details
    5. documentation: 1
      • I've never used JAX-RS, but I read a little bit on the documentation here: URL_http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gilik.html and it looks as though you should just be able to use the @consumes("text/plain") to get the contents of the request into a variable.. details
    6. ajax: 1
      • But problem with using this in Ajax because I send GET to other domain.. details
    7. pojo: 1
      • I encounter a problem when one of those POJO member is generic.. details
    8. general: 5
      • And now to open a RESTEasy bug.. details
      • Currently, it just try to instanciate a MyParentClass new instance but throw an error saying that property, for exemple, "number" is not mark as ignorable.. details
      • Marshalling/unmarshalling occurs by reflective magic on the resource method's arguments and and somehow involves the MessageBodyReader and MessageBodyWriter providers.. details
      • I'm afraid you can't; I can't release the source :( Which RESTEasy provider are you using to produce your JSON?. details
      • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.. details
    9. json: 1
      • Is there any way to force the JSON output to match the XML output?. details
    10. constructor: 1
      • it has a default constructor and it has setters and getters that the marshaller finds.. details
    11. null: 1
      • MyServer response gives me null fields and lastupdate in millis -_-' where did i wrong?. details
    12. jettison: 1
      • I don't know whether resteasy 1.1 containts jettison provider but version 1.2 does.Also if you are using jdk 1.6 you must exclude javax.xml.stream:stax-api jar file, otherwise you will have a problem.. details
    13. response: 1
      • I have a problem with customization of resteasy response (json response) in web XML i used autoscan CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details