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From garneke <kenton.gar...@issinc.com>
Subject Re: when does JsonSlurper return LazyMap vs LazyValueMap ?
Date Thu, 26 Jan 2017 17:30:47 GMT
-- Sorry for the first post ( formatting was lost )

Environment: groovy-all-2.4.6

In my environment I am seeing that JsonSlurper returns LazyMap in my test
code using the groovyConsole but it returns a LazyValueMap in my compiled
java code.

I am trying to add a node to the json object and it works great in the
groovyConsole but fails in java.

This code works in the groovyConsole...

/ 
 def slurper = new JsonSlurper()
 def json = slurper.parseText( jsonTxt )
 json.put("mediaHash", mediaHash)
 // -- or  --
 json."mediaHash" = mediaHash
/

In the  groovyConsole  slurper.parseText() returns a LazyMap
But in Java it returns a LazyValueMap and I get the exception ... die("Not
that kind of map"); 

What is the correct way to add a node and why do I get different results?
Thanks




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