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Retrieving documents from couchbase view using REST API
The pattern is to have a view defined without full DOC included. Then you can use Couchbase client library specific for your application platform (e.g. Java, Python, Node.js, .Net, etc.) to access documents from your view by setting flag include_docs(when needed). The REST API should not be used to read or write data to the server. Data operations, such as set and get for example, are handled by

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Accessing REST api from Windows CE
Pseudo class library code: public function void startQuery() //starts a thread that does the JSON query //inside thread on query result use OnDone() delegate private delegate void OnDone(string dateTimeString); //In main GUI code add a reference to the class lib and init a new object then add an event handler to the OnDone delegate of the class lib JSONClassLib myJson=new JSONClassLib(); ...

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How can I loop JsonModel in sapui5?
To get the JSON, you need to access your JSON Property, e.g. "/" for top node ... var acountsJson = sap.ui.getCore().getModel("acountsModel").getProperty("/"); for(var i = 0; i < acountsJson.length; i++) { var obj = acountsJson[i]; console.log(acountsJson[i].id); }

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Arduino API and Json sending information to azure
Yes, you can use Azure Table Service REST API. Details of how to insert entity to table can be found here: The Insert Entity operation sends the entity to be inserted as an OData entity, which is either a JSON or an Atom feed it's not completely straight forward ( you have to handle authentication and build OData entity) but it's possible. Have a look at this - Connecting the Arduino Uno

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Parsing Google Maps JSON data for Geocoding in JQ (Not JQuery)
I wrote a function to do this. /** * geocodeResponse is an object full of address data. * This function will "fish" for the right value * * example: type = 'postal_code' => * geocodeResponse.address_components[5].types[1] = 'postal_code' * geocodeResponse.address_components[5].long_name = '1000' * * type = 'route' => * geocodeResponse.address_components[1].types[1] = '

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trouble display json object in html
you need to parse JSON try following code objResposneText = JSON.parse(data.responseText); notificationMsg({ text: objResposneText.Title, type: 'error', hide: false }); notificationMsg({ text: objResposneText.Message, type: 'error', hide: false }); or for single notification message notificationMsg({ text: objResposneText.Title + " " + objResposneText.Message, type: 'error', hide: fal

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how can i setup firebase signalling server?
I forked this project created by the Firebase team over two years ago (I'm not sure why Firebase deleted the original repository). It covers all the webRTC basics, except you'll want to eventually use a TURN service like XirSys when you want to talk between networks. https://github.com/mikeg0/gupshup

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Json writes doesn't seem to be working when extending an abstract class
The JSON reads and writes macros use the apply and unapply methods of a case class respectively. They don't simply just read and write all of the members of the class. Through inheritance, your class essentially looks like this: case class UserResponse(var userId: Int, var name: String) { var success: Boolean = false var message: String = "" } Only the userId and name members will be pick

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Read a specific value from a JSON request using SuperObject
As Sir Rufo said, you need to read the SuperObject documentation. Try something like this: var JsonArr, JsonObj: ISuperObject; Retriever: TIdHTTP; Url, JsonStr, ES: string; I: Integer; begin URL := Form1.RestClient1.BaseURL; try Retriever := TIdHTTP.Create(nil); try JsonStr := Retriever.Get(Url); finally Retriever.Free; end; JsonArr := SO(JsonStr).AsAr

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Where to store large number of JSON files
I would consider looking into MongoDB since it already stores its documents in a json format. You could also stick it into a regular relational db, but the nice thing about working with json documents in mongo is that you will have query capabilities against the documents, so that you don't have to load the entire document always.

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Working with databases containing more than 22 fields in Play 2.x
You can map your flat json structure to a hierarchical object structure. Then you don't need to deal with huge objects and you can have more than 22 fields. case class SubObject(field4: String, field5:String) case class MainObject(field1: String, field2: String, field3: String, subObject: SubObject, field6: String, field7: String) implicit val mainObjectFormat: Format[MainObject] = ( (__

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JSON Schema conditional: field is required based on value of another field
Your sample chema is strange for me, but for validation case in ticket description your can use this part of json shema: "properties": { "data": { "oneOf": [ { "type": "object", "required": [ "index" ], "properties": { "index": { "type": "boolean"

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Exception in matchingJsonPath with wiremock
Looks like a dependency problem. Do you have jsonpath included via some other dependency? If this is the case you might want to try including the standalone version with all dependencies excluded as described here: http://wiremock.org/getting-started.html

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How to recombine key and value into an object?
Try by this this <div ng-repeat="(key, value) in animals"> <div class="niceBox"> <h1> {{key}} </h1> <div ng-click="addToFavorites(key, value)">Add To Favorites</div> </div> </div> And in your controller $scope.addToFavorites = function(key, value) { $scope.animal = {}; animal[key] = value; /** your code **/

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url nsdata not replacing local writetofile JSON
We can never change the NSBundle file but you can save in to local then try this -(void)writeJsonToFile { NSString * filePath=[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@/Documents/data.json",NSHomeDirectory()]; NSString *stringURL = @"website.com/data.json"; NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:stringURL]; NSData *urlData = [NSData dataWithContentsOfURL:url]; [urlData writeToFile:filePath

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Retrieve item's price history on Steam market
I've done some more research and found the way you can retrieve the price history for an item. As an example for those who are curious, the price history for this random item "Specialized Killstreak Brass Beast" can be retrieved in this way: http://steamcommunity.com/market/pricehistory/?country=DE&currency=3&appid=440&market_hash_name=Specialized%20Killstreak%20Brass%20Beast

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unique config.json for grunt uglify
uglify: { .... files: { 'assets/js/default.min.js': 'assets/js/config-<%= pkg.name %>.json' } } }, should work without the need of manually reading the JSON file

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UnknownHostExceptionError in Spark Streaming
.socketTextStream serves a completely different purpose. Spark Streaming does not have any receiver to fetch a URL periodically. You will need to write a separate program to fetch the URL periodically and feed it to Spark Streaming. You have many options: Write a shell script to download the URL periodically to a directory, then use Apache Flume to read the files in that directory and send them

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Newtonsoft JSON.Net telling me JSON is invalid. JSONLint says it's ok
The problem is your JSON string, while valid, does not represent a JSON object, it represents a JSON array. So, to parse it you need to use either JArray.Parse() or JToken.Parse().

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Swift: How do I return a value within an asynchronous urlsession function?
You should add your own completionHandler closure parameter and call it when the task completes: func googleDuration(origin: String, destination: String, completionHandler: (Int?, NSError?) -> Void ) -> NSURLSessionTask { // do calculations origin and destiantion with google distance matrix api let originFix = origin.stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString(" ", withString: "+", option

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MissingMethodException with Newtonsoft.Json when using TypeNameAssemblyFormat with PCLs
Although there isn't enough information in the question to confirm the root cause with 100% confidence.. Personally, after some experimentation I am positive that the only plausible explanation is as follows - In short - In the test which fails, the correct (portable) version of Newtonsoft.Json.dll is not getting loaded. In long - There are two tests being performed. Passes - I presume an exe,

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Aeson: parse enumerated data types
The solution I found was to use pure from Control.Applicative. import Control.Applicative ((<$>), (<*>), pure) data Privacy = Everyone | AllFriends | FriendsOfFriends | Self instance FromJSON Privacy where parseJSON (String s) = pure $ mkPrivacy s parseJSON _ = fail "Failed to parse Privacy object" instance ToJSON Privacy where toJSON Everyone = "EVER

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Unmarshalling JSON content from a a file using GO and generate .go files using the GO template package
You might find go generate useful. proposal: go generate New go tool subcommand proposed for Go 1.4. Please see the design document and comment in this thread. http://golang.org/s/go1.4-generate -rob Go generate: A Proposal Introduction The go build command automates the construction of Go programs but sometimes preliminary processing is required, processi

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Json Lists in arrays ionic return list values
You need to change the json format, move the "albums" into the "bands", like this: [ { "id": "0", "name": "U2", "nationality": "Irish", "category": "Rock", "pic": "U2.jpg", "url": "www.u2.com", "albums": [ { "id"": "101", "name": "SongsOfInnocence", "year": "2014", "pic": "u2_soi_cover.jpg" } ] } ]

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API - cURL with GET and POST in same request
No, it is not possible with HTTP. You need to first get the results of the first transfer and then send that to the next one, but you can indeed do that in a single command line if you'd like. Something like this: curl http://1.example.com/get.html | curl -d@- http://2.example.com/post.php

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How to use JSON in MonetDB
From https://www.monetdb.org/pipermail/users-list/2014-November/007700.html: In MonetDB, JSON is a column type, so you first need to define a table with a column of type JSON, something like: CREATE TABLE a (js JSON); Once you inserted JSON documents into the table, you can do a query like: SELECT json.filter(js, 'store') FROM a;

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Which would you choose json style
Your only option in JSON for a null value is null. "" isn't null, it's an empty string. {} is an empty object. [] is an empty array. I would use those where it was appropriate to have empty strings, objects, or arrays, but for null I'd use null. I don't like just leaving the property off entirely (which is what I think you mean by #3), because I prefer that the JSON structure be clear even when a

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Splitting up a line in a HOCON file
you could use hocon self-refs - for example, hocon section: simple.database { host = "db-server" port = "5432" name = "postgres" user = "postgres" pass = "postgres" connection { driver = "org.postgresql.Driver" url = "jdbc:postgresql://"${simple.database.host}":"${simple.database.port} url = ${simple.database.connection.url}"/"${simple.database.name} url = ${simple.database.conn

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Unable to extract data from JSON
Try library(rjson) lines <- readLines('20_30_1201404230721.json') json_dat1 <- lapply(lines, fromJSON) res <- do.call(rbind,lapply(seq_along(json_dat1), function(i) do.call(rbind,lapply(json_dat1[[i]][[1]], as.data.frame.list)))) dim(res) #[1] 210 7

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SOLVED! AngularJS display JSON data in table
I solved it by app.controller('listCtrl', function ($scope, services) { services.getCustomers().then(function(data){ //notice that i added the third data $scope.customers = data.data.data; }); });

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Parse Json in VB.NET into listview
If you make a new structure that might look like this: Public Structure Version Public ID As String Public TIME As String Public releaseTime As String Public type As String End Structure And then, maybe on a button click, write this Dim allVersions = New List(Of Version) Using wc = New WebClient() With {.Proxy = Nothing} Dim JSON = Await wc.DownloadStringTaskAsy

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Using multiple Writes with Play JSON to render different views of an object
When passing the Writes explicitly, the type has to match. In this case you can use Writes.list: Json.toJson(users)(Writes.list(testCustomWrite))

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How do I get the latest tag value from the github API for a given repository
#!/bin/sh curl -s https://github.com/dwkns/test/tags | awk '/tag-name/{print $3;exit}' FS='[<>]' Or #!/bin/awk -f BEGIN { FS = "[<>]" while ("curl -s https://github.com/dwkns/test/tags" | getline) { if(/tag-name/){print $3;exit} } }

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d3.js Chart breaks after moving json data to external file
I haven't used D3 too much, but it seems like the error is saying that your 'data' variable is undefined. From reading the docs, it seems like 'd3.json' makes an http request and doesn't work with relative paths. I'd check to see if the error variable in your callback has some information in it. Hope this helps. d3.json(url[, callback]) Creates a request for the JSON file at the specified

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Customizing JSON object property names with Spray JSON
I'm pretty sure you cannot do what you are asking, since Spray-json's support for classes is based on the Product interface, and that is going to return _id. But there might be another way to skin the cat. I'm assuming you have good reason for not simply changing the field's name from _id to id. But how about this: trait Base { val id: Long def _id = id } case class Person(id: Long, first

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How to define choice element in json schema when elements are optional?
You would need to use "oneOf". Like so: { "type": "object", "oneOf": [ { "properties": { "street_address": { "type": "string" }, "city": { "type": "string" } }, "required": [ "street_address" ] }, {

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Can I store a node process variable in JSON?
To generate JSON with these values, you would first create a JavaScript object and then use JSON.stringify to turn it into JSON: var obj = { "key": process.env.KEY "secret": process.env.SECRET }; var json = JSON.stringify(obj); // => '{"key":"ABCDEFGH...","secret":"MNOPQRST..."}'

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Write and Delete elements from JSON file in Node
If you are already reading in the JSON file with fs.readFile and store the JSON string in a variable, you need to parse the JSON string, modify the parsed object, and then convert it back into a JSON string and write back with fs.writeFile I haven't tested this, but roughly: var fs = require('fs'); fs.readFile('pathToJSONData.json', function(err, data) { var obj = JSON.parse(data); obj.resta

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Swagger UI 2.1 Stuck "fetching resource list"
I've tested your spec, and while I'm not getting the same error you do, the spec is indeed invalid. If you look at #/definitions/MatchData/properties/stats, you'll see that you define the type: array but you don't provide an 'items' property next to it to say which array it is (and that's mandatory). You may have intended to use type: integer like the properties above it, which goes along with th

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