1. xstream
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  2. junit
  3. genson
    • It is a bit like you were asking why try an android when iphone exists and is widely used...
    • Great, I hope you will like it, in fact I am gensons author ).
    • Hope this helps!
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  4. org.codehaus.woodstox
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
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  5. jsonschema2pojo
  6. org.apache.struts
    • hope this helps.
    • I picked up "Struts2 in action" book, which is quite all right but enough when the need comes to quickly solve few isues.
    • hey do have any idea regarding this question URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19361833/struts2-hibernate3-jasper - report-5-0-getting-blank-report............for so many days i'm searching for a solution to that.
    • Hi Betsey, and welcome to Stack Overflow.
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  7. org.mongodb
    • I'm not sure if nested arithmetic operations like the one above are supported.
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  8. javax.xml
    • Hope it helps.
    • Send Us Your Feedback** We like to get feedback on changes we make, especially on streams that are still in development.
    • Since answering these questions will necessarily involve more community input than we've had yet since the project is so new, I was thinking we'd wait until a post-1.0 release to add XML support.
    • With JAXB there are two type's of CODETERM1 supported.
    • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.
    • I hope it helps you... .
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  9. eclipselink
  10. restlet
  11. dumbledroid
  12. commons-httpclient
  13. hamcrest
  14. rhino
  15. uk.ac.gate
  16. jdbc
  17. stax
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
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  18. com.google.code.gson
    • Not sure, but it seems like you have a list of users, not a single user.
    • I'm not saying it won't work with Android -- I'm saying that people developing mobile apps sometimes shy away from third party libraries when they are easy to avoid.
    • Hope this helps!
    • I get errors when I follow this.
    • I hope it helps.
    • great comparison post.
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  19. org.springframework
    • Hope our stack users will help me.
    • I have a questions to clear up some of my concerns: Question 1: At $.getJSON("account/availability",.... are they passing an object account and calling the RequestMapping availability?
    • so what youre saying is that 'account' is part of the URI, but how come the controller value is just '/availability'?
    • Hope that helps.
    • Since answering these questions will necessarily involve more community input than we've had yet since the project is so new, I was thinking we'd wait until a post-1.0 release to add XML support.
    • Hope this helps :) .
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  20. org.json
    • Hope it helps!
    • Shame on Google.)
    • I hope this helps.
    • People are just using it because it has been around for years, and so others have used, and recommend it to new users... basic s/w development inertia.
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  21. com.fasterxml.jackson
    • Thank you also for noticing the , !
    • @Andy consider accepting the answer if it solved your problem.
    • Hope that helps!
    • I debugged the MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter as Sotirios suggested and there was an exception (No suitable constructor).
    • Hope this helps!
    • This problem is different from this one: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8367445/deserializing-json-with- jackson-why-jsonmappingexception-no-suitable-construc [Deserializing-JSON- with-Jackson---Why-JsonMappingException-"No-suitable-constructor"?]
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  22. com.google.gwt
    • I looked all over the GWT docs and 'the Googles' to see if AutoBeans even has polymorphic support but couldn't get an answer either way.
    • What should I do to remove these errors?
    • Hope this helps.
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  23. org.glassfish.jersey
    • Please any advice would be great!!
    • This exception happens only at first call.
    • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.
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  24. woodstox
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
    • There was mention of this behavior as a bug on a woodstox mailing list somewhere.
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  25. com.jayway.jsonpath
  26. javax.swing
  27. net.sf.json-lib
    • See also comments on the problems with System.out in [this question]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11849624) .
    • I'll give this a shot and see what happens.
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  28. org.codehaus.jettison
  29. jython
    • Alternately if you just want to remove comments I believe you can do it trivially in Python, which you can just call with Jython.
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  30. com.googlecode.json-simple
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
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  31. quick-json
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
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  32. xml-infoset
  1. javax.swing
  2. org.codehaus.jettison
  3. net.sf.json-lib
    • See also comments on the problems with System.out in [this question]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11849624) .
    • I'll give this a shot and see what happens.
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  4. quick-json
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
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  5. com.googlecode.json-simple
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
    • But then if the user sends CODETERM8 , bad stuff happens: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .
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  6. jython
    • Alternately if you just want to remove comments I believe you can do it trivially in Python, which you can just call with Jython.
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  7. xml-infoset
  8. woodstox
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
    • There was mention of this behavior as a bug on a woodstox mailing list somewhere.
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  9. com.jayway.jsonpath
  10. org.glassfish.jersey
    • Please any advice would be great!!
    • This exception happens only at first call.
    • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.
    • Explore all reviews
  11. com.google.gwt
    • I looked all over the GWT docs and 'the Googles' to see if AutoBeans even has polymorphic support but couldn't get an answer either way.
    • What should I do to remove these errors?
    • Hope this helps.
    • Explore all reviews
  12. com.fasterxml.jackson
    • Thank you also for noticing the , !
    • @Andy consider accepting the answer if it solved your problem.
    • Hope that helps!
    • I debugged the MappingJackson2HttpMessageConverter as Sotirios suggested and there was an exception (No suitable constructor).
    • Hope this helps!
    • This problem is different from this one: URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8367445/deserializing-json-with- jackson-why-jsonmappingexception-no-suitable-construc [Deserializing-JSON- with-Jackson---Why-JsonMappingException-"No-suitable-constructor"?]
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  13. org.json
    • Hope it helps!
    • Shame on Google.)
    • I hope this helps.
    • People are just using it because it has been around for years, and so others have used, and recommend it to new users... basic s/w development inertia.
    • Explore all reviews
  14. org.springframework
    • Hope our stack users will help me.
    • I have a questions to clear up some of my concerns: Question 1: At $.getJSON("account/availability",.... are they passing an object account and calling the RequestMapping availability?
    • so what youre saying is that 'account' is part of the URI, but how come the controller value is just '/availability'?
    • Hope that helps.
    • Since answering these questions will necessarily involve more community input than we've had yet since the project is so new, I was thinking we'd wait until a post-1.0 release to add XML support.
    • Hope this helps :) .
    • Explore all reviews
  15. com.google.code.gson
    • Not sure, but it seems like you have a list of users, not a single user.
    • I'm not saying it won't work with Android -- I'm saying that people developing mobile apps sometimes shy away from third party libraries when they are easy to avoid.
    • Hope this helps!
    • I get errors when I follow this.
    • I hope it helps.
    • great comparison post.
    • Explore all reviews
  16. jdbc
  17. xstream
    • To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post - you can always comment on your own posts, and once you have sufficient [reputation]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/help/whats-reputation ) you will be able to [comment on any post]( URL_http://stackoverflow.com/help/privileges/comment) .
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  18. stax
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
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  19. junit
  20. genson
    • It is a bit like you were asking why try an android when iphone exists and is widely used...
    • Great, I hope you will like it, in fact I am gensons author ).
    • Hope this helps!
    • Explore all reviews
  21. org.codehaus.woodstox
    • The main reason I mention it is that the author, Tatu Saloranta, has done some really great stuff (including URL_http://woodstox.codehaus.org/ [Woodstox] , the StAX implementation that I use).
    • Explore all reviews
  22. jsonschema2pojo
  23. org.apache.struts
    • hope this helps.
    • I picked up "Struts2 in action" book, which is quite all right but enough when the need comes to quickly solve few isues.
    • hey do have any idea regarding this question URL_http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19361833/struts2-hibernate3-jasper - report-5-0-getting-blank-report............for so many days i'm searching for a solution to that.
    • Hi Betsey, and welcome to Stack Overflow.
    • Explore all reviews
  24. org.mongodb
    • I'm not sure if nested arithmetic operations like the one above are supported.
    • Explore all reviews
  25. javax.xml
    • Hope it helps.
    • Send Us Your Feedback** We like to get feedback on changes we make, especially on streams that are still in development.
    • Since answering these questions will necessarily involve more community input than we've had yet since the project is so new, I was thinking we'd wait until a post-1.0 release to add XML support.
    • With JAXB there are two type's of CODETERM1 supported.
    • Apache Jersey has decent JAXB support.
    • I hope it helps you... .
    • Explore all reviews
  26. eclipselink
  27. restlet
  28. dumbledroid
  29. commons-httpclient
  30. hamcrest
  31. rhino
  32. uk.ac.gate