Hi Bardo,

The simplest way that I have found to handle json posts is to use the text generator. Alternatively, you are free to write a json generator which would convert json to xml as this is the default data format of  cocoon. I have been successfuly using cocoon to handle json (the contemporary data format of choice) for a few years now. Very recently I have been using cocoon as middleware between a datasource and Cube. This Node.js app front ends mongodb using json as the transport over http. Cocoon still rocks in this new world. Please get in touch if there is anything I can help with. Best regards Warrell

On 16 Mar 2014 19:37, "Bardo Nelgen" <mailing.list.inbox@bnnperformances.de> wrote:

Hi all,

has someone ever accessed the message body of a post request to cocoon which uses application/json as its content type?

The same request is being handled without issues if posted as application/x-www-form-urlencoded.

Though, as soon as the content type is changed to JSON, Cocoon appears to skip parsing the message body.

Unfortunately it's not me making these POST calls; which is why just "switching it" is not an option.

Is there some setting which can tell cocoon to simply continue parsing, either regardless of a post's content type (which, of course might raise security issues…) or explicitly for application/json ?

Any suggestions are welcome.

Regards,

Bardo


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