1. commons-beanutils
    • Thank you works fantastically :).
    • I recommend trying URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [Apache-Commons- Beanutils] .
    • Explore all reviews
  2. junit
  3. apache-wink
  4. java.beans
  5. twitter4j
    • Thanks heaps, Love your work with Twitter4J, keep it up!
    • Thank you for the help .
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  6. org.jboss
    • Thank you for your response.
    • Thanks guys!
    • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.
    • Explore all reviews
  7. org.apache.axis2
  8. org.apache.thrift
  9. ph.samson
  10. ognl
  11. java.applet
  12. log4j
  13. shiro
  14. org.apache.xmlbeans
  15. jbox2d
  16. java.net
  17. org.apache.ivy
  18. marco-svn
  19. nate
  20. xmlrpc
  21. jstl
  22. javax.script
  23. org.jruby
  24. google-threadlocal
  25. spring-data-rest
  26. com.github.fge
  27. org.everit.osgi.bundles
  28. google-web-toolkit
  29. apacheyay
  30. struts1
  31. javassist
  32. uk.ac.gate
  33. gwt-platform
  34. jdbc
  35. commons-lang
    • Thank you works fantastically :).
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks to all, easier than I thought.
    • Explore all reviews
  36. sax
  37. tomcat
  38. resteasy
    • I highly recommend URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [JBoss-RESTEasy] for the REST API.
    • Explore all reviews
  39. com.klout
  40. stax
  41. org.boon
  42. commons-collections
  43. spring-roo
  44. freemarker
  45. surefire
  46. jets3t
    • However, you saying this made me look at something else I just did using a JetS3t utility, and I fixed it, thanks.
    • Explore all reviews
  47. org.drools
  48. net.java
  49. ma.glasnost.orika
  50. org.apache.camel
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks!
    • Thanks a lot!.
    • Thanks!.
    • Thanks for your response.. that helped me a bit ..
    • You are welcome -- thanks for confirming this works!.
    • Explore all reviews
  51. jsonschema2pojo
  52. com.jgeppert.struts2.jquery
    • By far, this is the best answer or suggested solution I found all around so far.
    • Thank you, Roman.
    • Explore all reviews
  53. com.jayway.jsonpath
  54. commons-codec
  55. org.yaml
  56. javax.xml.bind.annotation
  57. java.sql
  58. mockito
  59. org.glassfish.main.core
    • Thanks a lot!.
    • JSF, Glassfish v3.1.1 Thank you.
    • Thank you, will check it out !.
    • Thanks, Danny .
    • Thank you, Kim.
    • Explore all reviews
  60. quick-json
  61. org.neo4j
  62. beanmapper
  63. elasticsearch
  64. org.eclipse.jetty
  65. weka
  66. bson4jackson
  67. thrift-protobuf-compare
    • EDIT: I guess i'm looking for what produces smaller files and operates faster.
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  68. jetty
    • Thanks, Just what I was looking for !.
    • Thanks in advance !
    • Ok thanks!
    • Thanks in advance.
    • Explore all reviews
  69. opencsv
  70. lucene
  71. org.grails
    • Hmm, interesting.
    • Thank you.
    • I know Groovy is great, but I need Java.
    • Omg, thank you so much Ian!!
    • Thanks.
    • Any help is appreciated.
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  72. jarjar
  73. spring-framework-issues
  74. cassandra
  75. castor
  76. dom4j
  77. org.apache.sling
  78. java.text
  79. javax.swing
  80. ezmorph
  81. restlet
  82. org.khronos
  83. stripes
  84. zookeeper
  85. dumbledroid
  86. google-sitebricks
  87. javax.jms
  88. json-p
    • Thanks for the reply though!.
    • Thanks!
    • Thanks .
    • thanks for the clarification, JP!.
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  89. jsoup
  90. kryo
    • EDIT: I guess i'm looking for what produces smaller files and operates faster.
    • Explore all reviews
  91. mongojack
  92. stringtree
    • URL_http://www.stringtree.org/stringtree-json.html [This] is a good library for handling JSON.
    • I have had good results with the URL_http://www.stringtree.org/stringtree- json.html [StringTree-JSON] library.
    • Explore all reviews
  93. com.google.protobuf
  94. org.springframework.security
    • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.
    • Explore all reviews
  95. org.simpleframework
    • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.
    • Thanks, I will have a look at simple.
    • Explore all reviews
  96. genson
    • That's a great tip, thanks!
    • will definitely give it a shot.
    • Anyway, thanks for listing expected benefits, this is better than just suggesting using another lib without justification.
    • This is the shizzle!
    • Thanks!
    • Ok, thanks for confirm that, I will report the issue.
    • Explore all reviews
  97. org.mongodb
    • Thanks for reply.
    • Hopefully that's a little clearer!
    • cool... thanks for your reply.
    • Thanks, though!.
    • Thank you all for reading!
    • Good question.
    • Explore all reviews
  98. eclipselink
    • Thanks Blaise!.
    • Thanks for quick response I am facing javax.xml.bind.JAXBException: property "eclipselink.media-type" is not supported exception.
    • @sasankad - Good catch.
    • Thanks for the answer!
    • @BlaiseDoughan Thanks for the link, I did not know that!
    • thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  99. com.fasterxml.jackson
    • Thanks, I will have a look.
    • I am afraid, that won't help.
    • added class structure, thanks.
    • Thanks for your comment, unfortunately that was never the question.
    • Ok, thanks for confirm that, I will report the issue.
    • But somehow this is not working for me.
    • Explore all reviews
  100. org.jboss.resteasy
    • Thank you for your response.
    • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.
    • Thanks for the help!
    • Thanks.
    • thanks in advance .
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  101. javax.xml
    • Thank u so much.
    • Thanks for quick response I am facing javax.xml.bind.JAXBException: property "eclipselink.media-type" is not supported exception.
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.
    • Thanks!
    • What's wrong?
    • Explore all reviews
  102. commons-httpclient
    • You code is (most likely) fine.
    • What's wrong?
    • Good luck.
    • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.
    • You've got me thinking!.
    • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.
    • Explore all reviews
  103. javax.servlet
    • thanks :-) .
    • I have this exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .
    • Thanks for all of you!
    • Thanks, .
    • Thanks in advance.
    • Thanks in advance!
    • Explore all reviews
  104. xstream
    • @DeepakBala This seems a very good idea/alternative.
    • I am sorry!.
    • I found a way to fix this question:xstream.addImplicitCollection(this.getClass(), "mails", MailDto.class);Thank you!.
    • Sorry.
    • thanks.
    • @hd1 : Thanks for the response.
    • Explore all reviews
  105. java.lang
    • Thanks .i have got the solution.
    • this is wrong.
    • Excellent thank you.
    • Thank you anyways for your efforts.
    • Thank you @maerics.
    • Many thanks in advance for your help.
    • Explore all reviews
  106. org.apache.struts
    • Thank you, Roman.
    • EDIT : I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough.
    • By far, this is the best answer or suggested solution I found all around so far.
    • I am getting complete page, but empty grid:!
    • Thank you.
    • Please, help me figure this out.
    • Explore all reviews
  107. com.google.code.gson
    • Thanks.
    • I'll be damned.
    • When you say it like that I agree with you.
    • I'm sorry.
    • This is NOT valid JSON!.
    • I swear I already saw this exact question today...
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  108. org.springframework
    • Works great, thanks a lot for your help!.
    • Thanks for your comment, unfortunately that was never the question.
    • But you gave a great answer.
    • I'm thinking a low-level generator shouldn't be necessary, unless I'm misinterpreting your solution .
    • Thank you!
    • What am I doing wrong.
    • Explore all reviews
  109. org.hibernate
    • Thanks.
    • Therefore, I get compilation error.
    • Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    • If anything, I think this is Hibernate's fault.
    • I absolutely love it.
    • thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  110. org.glassfish.jersey
    • Thanks a lot.
    • What have I done wrong?
    • Thanks!
    • So what i m doing wrong?
    • Ah, thank you!
    • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.
    • Explore all reviews
  111. com.googlecode.json-simple
    • Thanks for your descriptive information.
    • Thanks :) currently looking at Gson, I'm using this json-simple lib, which I suspect is lacking a few good feature I need.
    • Thanks, I'll look into that!.
    • -1: completely wrong.
    • Many thanks :).
    • What stupid mistake am I making?
    • Explore all reviews
  112. org.json
    • Ah ok so I could just catch a ClassCastException, thanks!
    • Sorry, I totally looked over that, thanks for pointing that out, can't believe I still make that mistake now and then.
    • Great, thank you for letting me know!
    • its there [JsonArray]( URL_http://json - lib.sourceforge.net/apidocs/net/sf/json/JSONArray.html).
    • Thanks.
    • I doubt it.
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  113. com.extjs
    • This looks good to me as well.
    • I am fresh programmer so excuse obvious mistakes.
    • Any insight much appreciated.
    • Thanks in advance.
    • Good for ExtJS.
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  114. java.util
    • I worked, thanks.
    • Thanks my mistake.
    • Thanks!.
    • A little learning curve, but this is so worth it.
    • Thanks!
    • Thank you for your question.
    • Explore all reviews
  115. org.codehaus.jettison
    • Thanks This worked.
    • Isn't this a little perverse?
    • Take a look at this lovely code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
    • Sorry.
    • Thanks in Advance.
    • I prefer Jettison instead.
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  116. com.google.appengine
  117. com.google.gwt
    • Thank you!!
    • What is wrong with that ?
    • i will do it like u said!.
    • I am getting following errors : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .
    • Thanks.
    • But I think that it's not very good idea.
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  118. org.apache.cxf
  119. net.sf.flexjson
    • That looks interesting.
    • Another library I used before discovering this tip was URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [FlexJSON] .
    • Thank you Eugene!
    • Another library I used before discovering this tip was URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [FlexJSON] .
    • URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net / feels like a good alternative.
    • Using URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [flexjson] : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
    • Explore all reviews
  120. org.joda
    • It looks like timezone information is lost.
    • I'm using Joda DateTime, may be this problem?
    • Looking for your oppinions.Thank you.
    • I am getting the following exception (I fail to understand what I was doing wrong): CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .
    • Good luck!
    • Consider URL_http://joda-time.sourceforge.net/ [Joda-time-plug] .
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  121. net.sf.json-lib
    • Thanks you very much this code is working fine.now.
    • You can find this library here: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ .
    • Thank you!
    • source of JAR: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://json - lib.sourceforge.net/] .
    • thanks it working.
    • I assume you are using URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/json-lib [json-lib] .
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  122. restfb
  123. com.eclipsesource.minimal-json
  124. jpachube
  125. net.sf.kxml
    • Thanks,.
    • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
    • Explore all reviews
  126. jena
    • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.
    • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.
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  127. redmine
  128. kxml
    • Thanks,.
    • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
    • Explore all reviews
  129. spring-social
  130. net.sf.spring-json
    • @Mat Banik , thank you for your response.
    • Take a look at URL_http://spring-json.sourceforge.net/ [the-Spring-JSON- project] .
    • Take a look at URL_http://spring-json.sourceforge.net/ [the-Spring-JSON- project] .
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  131. smartgwt
  132. javax.portlet
  133. java.lang.reflect
  134. java.io
    • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.
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  135. org.postgis
  1. java.lang.reflect
  2. javax.portlet
  3. java.io
    • i have error with "anyOutputStream".. i don't know what i should replace with.
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  4. smartgwt
  5. org.postgis
  6. net.sf.spring-json
    • @Mat Banik , thank you for your response.
    • Take a look at URL_http://spring-json.sourceforge.net/ [the-Spring-JSON- project] .
    • Take a look at URL_http://spring-json.sourceforge.net/ [the-Spring-JSON- project] .
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  7. redmine
  8. jena
    • Thanks for your suggestion on RDF JSON as well.
    • I understand that RDF may be serialized differently, I was wrong writting about first level nodes.
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  9. kxml
    • Thanks,.
    • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
    • Explore all reviews
  10. com.eclipsesource.minimal-json
  11. spring-social
  12. net.sf.kxml
    • Thanks,.
    • At last ;-) - link: URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ [ URL_http://kxml.sourceforge.net/kxml2/ ] .
    • Explore all reviews
  13. restfb
  14. jpachube
  15. net.sf.json-lib
    • Thanks you very much this code is working fine.now.
    • You can find this library here: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ .
    • Thank you!
    • source of JAR: URL_http://json-lib.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://json - lib.sourceforge.net/] .
    • thanks it working.
    • I assume you are using URL_http://sourceforge.net/projects/json-lib [json-lib] .
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  16. org.joda
    • It looks like timezone information is lost.
    • I'm using Joda DateTime, may be this problem?
    • Looking for your oppinions.Thank you.
    • I am getting the following exception (I fail to understand what I was doing wrong): CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .
    • Good luck!
    • Consider URL_http://joda-time.sourceforge.net/ [Joda-time-plug] .
    • Explore all reviews
  17. net.sf.flexjson
    • That looks interesting.
    • Another library I used before discovering this tip was URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [FlexJSON] .
    • Thank you Eugene!
    • Another library I used before discovering this tip was URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [FlexJSON] .
    • URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net / feels like a good alternative.
    • Using URL_http://flexjson.sourceforge.net/ [flexjson] : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
    • Explore all reviews
  18. org.apache.cxf
  19. com.google.gwt
    • Thank you!!
    • What is wrong with that ?
    • i will do it like u said!.
    • I am getting following errors : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .
    • Thanks.
    • But I think that it's not very good idea.
    • Explore all reviews
  20. com.google.appengine
  21. org.codehaus.jettison
    • Thanks This worked.
    • Isn't this a little perverse?
    • Take a look at this lovely code: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
    • Sorry.
    • Thanks in Advance.
    • I prefer Jettison instead.
    • Explore all reviews
  22. com.extjs
    • This looks good to me as well.
    • I am fresh programmer so excuse obvious mistakes.
    • Any insight much appreciated.
    • Thanks in advance.
    • Good for ExtJS.
    • Explore all reviews
  23. java.util
    • I worked, thanks.
    • Thanks my mistake.
    • Thanks!.
    • A little learning curve, but this is so worth it.
    • Thanks!
    • Thank you for your question.
    • Explore all reviews
  24. org.json
    • Ah ok so I could just catch a ClassCastException, thanks!
    • Sorry, I totally looked over that, thanks for pointing that out, can't believe I still make that mistake now and then.
    • Great, thank you for letting me know!
    • its there [JsonArray]( URL_http://json - lib.sourceforge.net/apidocs/net/sf/json/JSONArray.html).
    • Thanks.
    • I doubt it.
    • Explore all reviews
  25. com.googlecode.json-simple
    • Thanks for your descriptive information.
    • Thanks :) currently looking at Gson, I'm using this json-simple lib, which I suspect is lacking a few good feature I need.
    • Thanks, I'll look into that!.
    • -1: completely wrong.
    • Many thanks :).
    • What stupid mistake am I making?
    • Explore all reviews
  26. org.glassfish.jersey
    • Thanks a lot.
    • What have I done wrong?
    • Thanks!
    • So what i m doing wrong?
    • Ah, thank you!
    • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.
    • Explore all reviews
  27. org.hibernate
    • Thanks.
    • Therefore, I get compilation error.
    • Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    • If anything, I think this is Hibernate's fault.
    • I absolutely love it.
    • thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  28. org.springframework
    • Works great, thanks a lot for your help!.
    • Thanks for your comment, unfortunately that was never the question.
    • But you gave a great answer.
    • I'm thinking a low-level generator shouldn't be necessary, unless I'm misinterpreting your solution .
    • Thank you!
    • What am I doing wrong.
    • Explore all reviews
  29. com.google.code.gson
    • Thanks.
    • I'll be damned.
    • When you say it like that I agree with you.
    • I'm sorry.
    • This is NOT valid JSON!.
    • I swear I already saw this exact question today...
    • Explore all reviews
  30. org.apache.struts
    • Thank you, Roman.
    • EDIT : I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough.
    • By far, this is the best answer or suggested solution I found all around so far.
    • I am getting complete page, but empty grid:!
    • Thank you.
    • Please, help me figure this out.
    • Explore all reviews
  31. java.lang
    • Thanks .i have got the solution.
    • this is wrong.
    • Excellent thank you.
    • Thank you anyways for your efforts.
    • Thank you @maerics.
    • Many thanks in advance for your help.
    • Explore all reviews
  32. javax.servlet
    • thanks :-) .
    • I have this exception: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .
    • Thanks for all of you!
    • Thanks, .
    • Thanks in advance.
    • Thanks in advance!
    • Explore all reviews
  33. xstream
    • @DeepakBala This seems a very good idea/alternative.
    • I am sorry!.
    • I found a way to fix this question:xstream.addImplicitCollection(this.getClass(), "mails", MailDto.class);Thank you!.
    • Sorry.
    • thanks.
    • @hd1 : Thanks for the response.
    • Explore all reviews
  34. commons-httpclient
    • You code is (most likely) fine.
    • What's wrong?
    • Good luck.
    • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.
    • You've got me thinking!.
    • I wonder what I would be doing wrong.
    • Explore all reviews
  35. javax.xml
    • Thank u so much.
    • Thanks for quick response I am facing javax.xml.bind.JAXBException: property "eclipselink.media-type" is not supported exception.
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks for this very detailed reply, sorry I should have replied earlier but havent quite understood if it will do what I want.
    • Thanks!
    • What's wrong?
    • Explore all reviews
  36. org.jboss.resteasy
    • Thank you for your response.
    • @Colin: My neither, I'm afraid, I don't use resteasy.
    • Thanks for the help!
    • Thanks.
    • thanks in advance .
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  37. com.fasterxml.jackson
    • Thanks, I will have a look.
    • I am afraid, that won't help.
    • added class structure, thanks.
    • Thanks for your comment, unfortunately that was never the question.
    • Ok, thanks for confirm that, I will report the issue.
    • But somehow this is not working for me.
    • Explore all reviews
  38. eclipselink
    • Thanks Blaise!.
    • Thanks for quick response I am facing javax.xml.bind.JAXBException: property "eclipselink.media-type" is not supported exception.
    • @sasankad - Good catch.
    • Thanks for the answer!
    • @BlaiseDoughan Thanks for the link, I did not know that!
    • thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  39. org.mongodb
    • Thanks for reply.
    • Hopefully that's a little clearer!
    • cool... thanks for your reply.
    • Thanks, though!.
    • Thank you all for reading!
    • Good question.
    • Explore all reviews
  40. genson
    • That's a great tip, thanks!
    • will definitely give it a shot.
    • Anyway, thanks for listing expected benefits, this is better than just suggesting using another lib without justification.
    • This is the shizzle!
    • Thanks!
    • Ok, thanks for confirm that, I will report the issue.
    • Explore all reviews
  41. ezmorph
  42. restlet
  43. org.khronos
  44. stripes
  45. zookeeper
  46. dumbledroid
  47. google-sitebricks
  48. javax.jms
  49. json-p
    • Thanks for the reply though!.
    • Thanks!
    • Thanks .
    • thanks for the clarification, JP!.
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  50. jsoup
  51. kryo
    • EDIT: I guess i'm looking for what produces smaller files and operates faster.
    • Explore all reviews
  52. mongojack
  53. stringtree
    • URL_http://www.stringtree.org/stringtree-json.html [This] is a good library for handling JSON.
    • I have had good results with the URL_http://www.stringtree.org/stringtree- json.html [StringTree-JSON] library.
    • Explore all reviews
  54. com.google.protobuf
  55. org.springframework.security
    • While I agree that this is a reasonable approach, I'm interested in other answers.
    • Explore all reviews
  56. apache-wink
  57. java.beans
  58. twitter4j
    • Thanks heaps, Love your work with Twitter4J, keep it up!
    • Thank you for the help .
    • Thanks!
    • Explore all reviews
  59. org.jboss
    • Thank you for your response.
    • Thanks guys!
    • Dave, Thank you very much for pointing me in the correct direction.
    • Explore all reviews
  60. org.apache.axis2
  61. org.apache.thrift
  62. ph.samson
  63. ognl
  64. java.applet
  65. log4j
  66. shiro
  67. org.apache.xmlbeans
  68. jbox2d
  69. java.net
  70. org.apache.ivy
  71. marco-svn
  72. nate
  73. xmlrpc
  74. jstl
  75. javax.script
  76. org.jruby
  77. google-threadlocal
  78. spring-data-rest
  79. com.github.fge
  80. org.everit.osgi.bundles
  81. google-web-toolkit
  82. apacheyay
  83. struts1
  84. javassist
  85. uk.ac.gate
  86. gwt-platform
  87. jdbc
  88. commons-lang
    • Thank you works fantastically :).
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks to all, easier than I thought.
    • Explore all reviews
  89. sax
  90. tomcat
  91. resteasy
    • I highly recommend URL_http://www.jboss.org/resteasy [JBoss-RESTEasy] for the REST API.
    • Explore all reviews
  92. com.klout
  93. stax
  94. org.boon
  95. commons-collections
  96. org.simpleframework
    • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.
    • Thanks, I will have a look at simple.
    • Explore all reviews
  97. junit
  98. spring-roo
  99. freemarker
  100. surefire
  101. jets3t
    • However, you saying this made me look at something else I just did using a JetS3t utility, and I fixed it, thanks.
    • Explore all reviews
  102. org.drools
  103. net.java
  104. ma.glasnost.orika
  105. org.apache.camel
    • Thanks.
    • Thanks!
    • Thanks a lot!.
    • Thanks!.
    • Thanks for your response.. that helped me a bit ..
    • You are welcome -- thanks for confirming this works!.
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  106. jsonschema2pojo
  107. com.jgeppert.struts2.jquery
    • By far, this is the best answer or suggested solution I found all around so far.
    • Thank you, Roman.
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  108. com.jayway.jsonpath
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  114. commons-beanutils
    • Thank you works fantastically :).
    • I recommend trying URL_http://commons.apache.org/beanutils/ [Apache-Commons- Beanutils] .
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  115. org.glassfish.main.core
    • Thanks a lot!.
    • JSF, Glassfish v3.1.1 Thank you.
    • Thank you, will check it out !.
    • Thanks, Danny .
    • Thank you, Kim.
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  116. quick-json
  117. org.neo4j
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  120. org.eclipse.jetty
  121. weka
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  123. thrift-protobuf-compare
    • EDIT: I guess i'm looking for what produces smaller files and operates faster.
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  124. jetty
    • Thanks, Just what I was looking for !.
    • Thanks in advance !
    • Ok thanks!
    • Thanks in advance.
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  125. opencsv
  126. lucene
  127. org.grails
    • Hmm, interesting.
    • Thank you.
    • I know Groovy is great, but I need Java.
    • Omg, thank you so much Ian!!
    • Thanks.
    • Any help is appreciated.
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