Mined Opinions For API: org.jboss

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  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
  • Thank you for your response.. details
  • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. details
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.. details
  • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service.. details
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.. details
  • I've come across "best practices" sites that mention that your should pretty print your JSON output from your RESTful web services.. 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
  • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.. details
  • I haven't yet found any way to tell JBoss to pretty print it so its more human readable in a browser and such.. details
  • Thanks guys!. details
  • My code looks something like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.. details
  • Everything is working perfectly without the String array.. details
  • The interesting thing is that I tried to do another project, but this time in the signature of my web service method, I included a custom class.. details
  • And added the following dependencies as well: CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
  • It is dead simple on modern servers and solves these problems.. details
  • The value of the parameter should be the fully qualified class name of your CODETERM6 .. details
  • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. details
  • A general XPath expression could be used like this.. 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
  • 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
  • There are so many things wrong with what you just said.. details
  • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.. details
  • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.. details
  • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7.1.1): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the CODETERM4 context parameter as it is enabled by default.. details
  • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?. 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
Summaries the opinions about org.jboss using topic modeling.
  • 0. print output service practice site mention direction point dave request: 3
    • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.. details
    • I've come across "best practices" sites that mention that your should pretty print your JSON output from your RESTful web services.. details
    • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. details
  • 1. print find serve general output resource resteasy lot tweak cover: 2
    • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.. 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
  • 2. service jaxb rest provide jax resteasy mapping jettison start consume: 10
    • Thank you for your response.. details
    • My code looks something like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Thanks guys!. details
    • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service.. details
    • The interesting thing is that I tried to do another project, but this time in the signature of my web service method, I included a custom class.. details
    • Everything is working perfectly without the String array.. details
    • And added the following dependencies as well: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The value of the parameter should be the fully qualified class name of your ContextResolver .. details
    • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. 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. native haven avoid jaxb print human browser post find bit: 6
    • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
    • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. details
    • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
    • I haven't yet found any way to tell JBoss to pretty print it so its more human readable in a browser and such.. details
    • It is dead simple on modern servers and solves these problems.. details
    • A general XPath expression could be used like this.. details
  • 0. follow exception read content text plain force provider jax resteasy: 8
    • There are so many things wrong with what you just said.. details
    • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.. details
    • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7.1.1): CODESNIPPET .. details
    • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the resteasy.scan context parameter as it is enabled by default.. details
    • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?. 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
Summaries of the opinions about org.jboss 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.
  • And added the following dependencies as well: CODESNIPPET JAVA6 .
  • Everything is working perfectly without the String array .
  • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut .
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON .
  • Thanks guys!.
  • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service .
  • I've come across "best practices" sites that mention that your should pretty print your JSON output from your RESTful web services .
  • 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 .
  • My code looks something like: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It is dead simple on modern servers and solves these problems .
  • 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) .
  • The interesting thing is that I tried to do another project, but this time in the signature of my web service method, I included a custom class .
  • The value of the parameter should be the fully qualified class name of your ContextResolver .
  • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut .
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar" .
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar" .
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON .
  • 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 .
  • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted .
  • I haven't yet found any way to tell JBoss to pretty print it so its more human readable in a browser and such .
  • 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) .
  • The interesting thing is that I tried to do another project, but this time in the signature of my web service method, I included a custom class .
  • The value of the parameter should be the fully qualified class name of your ContextResolver .
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar" .
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar" .
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON .
  • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service .
  • I've come across "best practices" sites that mention that your should pretty print your JSON output from your RESTful web services .
  • 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 .
  • I haven't yet found any way to tell JBoss to pretty print it so its more human readable in a browser and such .
  • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?.
  • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client .
  • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET JAVA7 .
  • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the resteasy.scan context parameter as it is enabled by default .
  • There are so many things wrong with what you just said .
  • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7 1 1): CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • 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 .
  • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?.
  • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client .
  • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET JAVA7 .
  • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the resteasy.scan context parameter as it is enabled by default .
  • There are so many things wrong with what you just said .
  • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7 1 1): CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • 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 .
  • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?.
  • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client .
  • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET JAVA7 .
  • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the resteasy.scan context parameter as it is enabled by default .
  • There are so many things wrong with what you just said .
  • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7 1 1): CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • 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 .
Summaries of the opinions about org.jboss using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
  • i would like to jaxb (/( native for jboss as 7 )/) for best performance .
  • as 7 )/) for best performance , avoiding others ``/`` jar ''/'' .
  • for best performance .
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Features:
  • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service.
  • There are so many things wrong with what you just said.
Documentation:
  • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.
  • 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.
Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you for your response.
  • N/A
Performance:
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".
  • N/A
Bug:
  • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.
Usability:
  • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".
  • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.
  • Features: 5
    1. general: 5
      • Pretty print JSON output in JBoss RESTful service.. details
      • My code looks something like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • Everything is working perfectly without the String array.. details
      • The value of the parameter should be the fully qualified class name of your CODETERM6 .. details
      • I have good experience with Jersey and Jackson, even with Android, JBoss or Tomcat.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Thank you for your response.. details
      • Thanks guys!. details
      • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. details
  • Performance: 2
    1. general: 2
      • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
      • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.. details
  • Usability: 14
    1. xpath: 1
      • A general XPath expression could be used like this.. details
    2. service: 1
      • The interesting thing is that I tried to do another project, but this time in the signature of my web service method, I included a custom class.. details
    3. documentation: 1
      • I've found some documentation on how to pretty print XML served from JBoss, just not JSON.. details
    4. general: 6
      • Thanks for the post, I've gotten quite a bit further, but still haven't cracked the nut.. details
      • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
      • i would like to using only JAXB(native for JBOSS AS 7) for best performance, avoiding others "jar".. details
      • And added the following dependencies as well: CODESNIPPET_JAVA6 .. details
      • It is dead simple on modern servers and solves these problems.. details
      • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.. details
    5. json: 4
      • I've come across "best practices" sites that mention that your should pretty print your JSON output from your RESTful web services.. 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
      • JBoss handles the requests and builds the JSON just fine, but its compacted.. 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
    6. browser: 1
      • I haven't yet found any way to tell JBoss to pretty print it so its more human readable in a browser and such.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.. details
      • The following servlet is a demo of how you can use this (I am running it on a JBoss 7.1.1): CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • NOTE: If you are deploying this in JBoss 7 do not set the CODETERM4 context parameter as it is enabled by default.. details
      • Do you know if there is a way to force jBoss using another provider?. 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
  • Features: 2
    1. general: 2
      • There are so many things wrong with what you just said.. details
      • Now, when I try to make a REST call to my web service, I get the following exception on the server side: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. 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
  • Bug: 2
    1. general: 2
      • I had no problem reading the contents of the custom class' instance, nor a problem while returning it to my client.. details
      • Now I'm getting the following exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA7 .. details