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From Luis Limas <>
Subject Re: Struts missing parameters
Date Sat, 09 Aug 2014 02:22:38 GMT
On 08/08/2014 02:24 p. m., Lukasz Lenart wrote:
> 2014-08-08 17:38 GMT+02:00 Luis Limas <>:
>> Thanks again for the reply Lukasz, you misunderstood me, im not doing
>> serialize/deserialize my entities for any logic, the deserialize instruction
>> is being called inside struts (Project: Struts 2 JSON Plugin,
>> : 123) when parsing JSON to Map (before calling the
>> setters inside JSONReader) and then to Object,  i mentioned the deserialize
>> thing because there is where it seems to me that setters are not being
>> called. The serialize instruction i only use it for debuging purposes so i
>> was able to see how it looks the populated (final) object,
> Yes I know, but you're exposing Hibernate entity directly not some VO
> - it always will be an issue, as you can see [1], JSONWriter already
> contains some logic to detect Hibernate bean, but JSONReader can't do
> that.
>> The issue seems to be that JSONWriter is not working propely. Also im not
>> sure to understand what do you mean with "there's no way to do the
>> opposite", isn't JSONReader doing that?
> ...create proper Hibernate entity from JSON - only Hibernate can do
> that and creating entities by hand can cause some problems like your.
> To clarify few things:
> - JSONWriter serializes an object to JSON (writes to request)
> - JSONRead deserializes JSON into an object (reads from request)
> As I understand you have problem with converting JSON into an object?
> So in that case JSONReader and JSONPopulator are involved.
> [1]
> Regards
My problem is that struts calls JSONReader when using SMDMethod=true to 
convert JSON to Object. And so on, JSONReader fails to do the conversion.

This is an example of SMDMethod im calling

public String mySMDMethod(Request obj /*I showed at 
previews mail */) {
     if(obj.getId() == null) {
         System.out.println("Unexpected behavior, actually the JSON 
sended from client was {id:99}. Somehow struts didn't managed to 
populate ");
     //logic stuff...
     return "succesfull example";

At client side im sending always at least a JSON like this {id:99}.

So you think this issue ocurrs because the "obj" parameter at 
"mySMDMethod" is an entity? that means that the issue should cease to 
happen by just removing all hibernate annotations?? (because thats the 
only special thing about entities at this call)

Thanks for your kind help :)

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