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From b p <trashspam2...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [betwixt] Problem with Maps and Arrays
Date Mon, 03 May 2004 16:17:04 GMT
Hi Robert,
 
Thanks a bunch.  I just got the code down and ran a few initial tests with arrays and it seems
to be meeting my needs.  I'll get a chance to spend a little more time looking at it later
this week and let you know how it goes.
 
Thanks again,
Brian

robert burrell donkin <robertburrelldonkin@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
hi brian

i've added code supporting the test case you gave me. it's new and 
probably under-tested so feedback would be appreciated.

add this functionality was actually quite a nice test of the refactored 
reading code. creating special actions to provide this functionality 
was clean and (relatively) easy. this was one of the major aims of the 
refactoring and i'm now confident that the design's about right and 
that the code's approaching the time when it's ready to be merged back 
into the main stream.

- robert

On 16 Apr 2004, at 22:00, b p wrote:

> Hi Robert,
>
> I've hit a problem with Maps and arrays that I haven't been able to 
> resolve. I would like to write/read a Map that has an array (either 
> java array or collection) as the values of the map. When I write, 
> everything looks ok. When I read back in, I'm getting a map with no 
> values. If I wrap the array or collection in another bean (so the 
> value of the map is a bean, not an array or collection), it will work. 
> I can live with that if I need to, but I would prefer to have the map 
> values be arrays or collections directly. I haven't been able to 
> track down a good way to do that-- I'm hoping you'll see a relatively 
> easy solution I'm missing :).
>
> Below is a test case that shows the problem. Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
> Brian
>
>
> AddressBook.java
> ---------------------------------
> package org.apache.commons.betwixt.io.read;
> import java.util.HashMap;
> /**
> * @author Brian Pugh
> */
> public class AddressBook {
> private HashMap addressesMap = new HashMap();
>
> public HashMap getAddressBookItems() {
> return addressesMap;
> }
> public void setAddressBookItems(HashMap map) {
> this.addressesMap = map;
> }
> public void addAddressBookItem(String name, AddressBean[] addresses) 
> {
> addressesMap.put(name, addresses);
> }
>
> }
>
>
> Test case (patch to TestMaps.java)
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
> Index: src/test/org/apache/commons/betwixt/io/read/TestMaps.java
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: 
> /home/cvspublic/jakarta-commons/betwixt/src/test/org/apache/commons/ 
> betwixt/io/read/Attic/TestMaps.java,v
> retrieving revision 1.1.2.1
> diff -u -r1.1.2.1 TestMaps.java
> --- src/test/org/apache/commons/betwixt/io/read/TestMaps.java 22 Feb 
> 2004 17:09:29 -0000 1.1.2.1
> +++ src/test/org/apache/commons/betwixt/io/read/TestMaps.java 16 Apr 
> 2004 20:46:55 -0000
> @@ -132,4 +132,60 @@
>
> }
>
> + public void testMapWithArray() throws Exception {
> +
> + AddressBook addressBook = new AddressBook();
> + AddressBean[] johnsAddresses = new AddressBean[2];
> + johnsAddresses[0] = new AddressBean("12 here", "Chicago", 
> "USA", "1234");
> + johnsAddresses[1] = new AddressBean("333 there", "Los Angeles", 
> "USA", "99999");
> + String name = "John";
> + addressBook.addAddressBookItem(name, johnsAddresses);
> + StringWriter outputWriter = new StringWriter();
> + outputWriter.write("\n");
> + BeanWriter beanWriter = new BeanWriter(outputWriter);
> + beanWriter.enablePrettyPrint();
> + beanWriter.write(addressBook);
> + System.out.println(outputWriter.toString());
> + String xml = "\n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " John\n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " Chicago\n" +
> + " 1234\n" +
> + " USA\n" +
> + " 12 here\n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " Los Angeles\n" +
> + " 99999\n" +
> + " USA\n" +
> + " 333 there\n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n" +
> + " \n";
> +
> + assertEquals(xml, outputWriter.toString());
> + BeanReader reader = new BeanReader();
> + reader.registerBeanClass(AddressBook.class);
> + StringReader xmlReader = new 
> StringReader(outputWriter.toString());
> + AddressBook result = (AddressBook) reader.parse(xmlReader);
> + assertNotNull("Expected to get an AddressBook!", result);
> + assertNotNull("Expected AddressBook to have some address 
> entryitems!", result.getAddressBookItems());
> + AddressBean []resultAddresses = (AddressBean[]) 
> result.getAddressBookItems().get(name);
> + assertNotNull("Expected to have some addresses for " + name, 
> resultAddresses);
> + assertEquals("Got wrong city in first address for " + name,
> + johnsAddresses[0].getCity(),
> + resultAddresses[0].getCity());
> + assertEquals("Got wrong city in second address for " + name,
> + johnsAddresses[1].getCity(),
> + resultAddresses[1].getCity());
> +
> +
> + }
> +
> }
>
>
>
>
> 
> ---------------------------------
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