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Java exception handling: JSONObject cannot convert JSONArray

After executeQuery, I’ve got some set of results in XML format. While checking xmlJSONObj.getJSONObject(“Root”).has(“AmountDtl”), I get an exception “JSONObject[“Root”] is not a JSONObject”. How to handle this exception? Answer In your case. You have If you convert it to JSONObject you get something like this. based on what you are saying you are getting an exception here: if (xmlJSONObj.getJSONObject(“Root”).has(“AmountDtl”)) getJSONObject

Exclude fields from Java object using Spring

I have two endpoint who use the same model class (Cars). For the searchBigList endpoint I would like to retrieve all car fields and for searchCarSmallList endpoint I would like to retrieve just 3 fields. I tried to do it with @JsonView annotation but it was not working for me. Anyone have better idea how to do it? Answer I

How to Use @JsonProperty With Lombok?

Suppose we have a json response that we want to map it to our java class. I had a data class that mapped access_token field in the json to accessToken field in the code. I used to use @JsonProperty annotation on getters and setters. Then I decided to use Lombok annotations @Getter and @Setter. Since I do not have a

Can’t pass extracted string into body object in JMeter [closed]

Closed. This question is not reproducible or was caused by typos. It is not currently accepting answers. This question was caused by a typo or a problem that can no longer be reproduced. While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one was resolved in a way less likely to help future readers. Closed 3 months ago. Improve this question

Concatenating a string to a JOLT value output

I using JOLT to transform and extract a URL of an object, but it’s only the URL slug. Is it possible to concatenate a static string to that slug to have a full URL? The current output is: And the expected output is: The JOLT Spec is: The JSON input is: Any option to add the static URL link to

Gson to append json object within an array in a json file in java

I am trying to store a game result in a JSON file. The results are stored when the game is over, and are supposed to be displayed afterwards in a table. I have this function that creates the game score and adds it to json file using GSON That method creates a JSON file that looks like this: The problem

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