Mined Opinions For API: org.mvel

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  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.. details
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.. details
  • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?. details
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.. details
  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.. details
  • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?. details
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.. details
  • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?. details
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.. details
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
  • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9041246/what-are-the-security-risks-i -should-guard-against-when-running-user-supplied-ja/9041423#9041423.. details
  • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources.. details
  • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out.. details
  • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc.. details
  • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection.. details
  • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.mvel using topic modeling.
  • 0. expression write easily evaluator exist notation configuration bridge option ognl: 7
    • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.. details
    • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?. details
    • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?. details
    • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.. details
    • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: languages [ But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.. details
    • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
  • 0. loop injection import implement find thing write common bit idea: 6
    • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): -should-guard-against-when-running-user-supplied-ja/9041423#9041423.. details
    • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own.. details
    • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources.. details
    • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out.. details
    • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc.. details
    • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.mvel 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.
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: languages But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex .
  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox .
  • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?.
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator .
  • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?.
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: languages But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex .
  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox .
  • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?.
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator .
  • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?.
  • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more familiar dot notation .
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: languages But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex .
  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox .
  • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?.
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator .
  • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?.
  • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources .
  • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out .
  • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc .
  • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection .
  • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own .
  • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): should guard against when running user supplied ja 9041423#9041423 .
  • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources .
  • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out .
  • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc .
  • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection .
  • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own .
  • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): should guard against when running user supplied ja 9041423#9041423 .
  • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources .
  • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out .
  • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc .
  • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection .
  • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own .
  • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): should guard against when running user supplied ja 9041423#9041423 .
Summaries of the opinions about org.mvel using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
  • my own expression evaluator .
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Features:
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  • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own.
Documentation:
  • N/A
  • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9041246/what-are-the-security-risks-i -should-guard-against-when-running-user-supplied-ja/9041423#9041423.
Legal:
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.
  • N/A
Performance:
  • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.
  • N/A
Security:
  • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.
  • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources.
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.. details
  • Security: 2
    1. general: 2
      • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.. details
      • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?. details
  • Legal: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • Or recommending the user to either use an existing library such as JEXL, MVEL, or any other from this list: URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression- languages [ URL_http://java-source.net/open-source/expression-languages ] But they all seem to rely on a trusted user (ex.. details
      • But in my case, I want my expression evaluation to run in a secure sandbox.. details
      • So the user cannot do something as simple as: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • 1) So are any of those existing libraries able to be easily configured so that it can run on a safe box?. details
      • By 'easily', I mean high level configuration API that would faster for me to use than to write my own expression evaluator.. details
      • 3) If the only solution is to write my own expression evaluator, then where can I find some guidance on how to write a consistent security model?. details
      • The other option is to build an EL bridge between JSONObjects and something like MVEL or OGNL, which would give you the more-familiar dot notation.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • There may be some useful info from the following question (which deals with the slightly harder situation of untrusted Java code): URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9041246/what-are-the-security-risks-i -should-guard-against-when-running-user-supplied-ja/9041423#9041423.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Which is why I wanted avoid having to write this on my own.. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • And lock up my app, or access unwanted resources.. details
      • After doing a little bit of my own research, both JEXL and MVEL seem to be out.. details
      • All the ones I found are very complex, and implement things like loops, import statements etc.. details
      • I'm new to this, and have no idea of what are the common tricks used for code injection.. details