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  • Comment:

    Thank you Eduard.

    So the message i posted is a response to an API call i make with JSON payload.

    So i was assuming that the response would be JSON and i can try to parse it.

    But if it is not a JSON, is there a utility to parse...

    Comment to the post "Http Response Parsing JSON string or stream" by Jimmy Christian, 11 hours 28 min ago


  • Comment:

    Did it, thanks!

    Comment to the post "Can I connect to Cache using SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)?" by Evgeny Shvarov, 16 June 2016


  • Comment:

    Thank you. That worked. I was operating under the false assumption that I had to provide a variable for the output parameter and when I used the editor window to right-click and select the classmethod it did so without parameters. 

    Comment to the post "Debugging ClassMethod with output parameters" by Daniel Lee, 14 hours 19 min ago


  • Comment:

    That's a good question :) 

    We can add an issue on GitHub 

    https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver

    Comment to the post "Can I connect to Cache using SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)?" by Henrique Gonçalves Dias, 16 June 2016


  • Comment:

    wow! It has Caché icon? ) cool! Is it possible to add InterSystems IRIS connection option too?

    Comment to the post "Can I connect to Cache using SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)?" by Evgeny Shvarov, 16 June 2016


  • Comment:

    You can simplify your code to this:

    set dynObj = {}.%FromJSON(objHttpResponse.Data)
    set iter = dynObj.%GetIterator()
    while iter.%GetNext(.key , .value )  {
           write "key = "_key_" , value = "_value,!
    
    }

    Also...

    Comment to the post "Http Response Parsing JSON string or stream" by Eduard Lebedyuk, 11 hours 28 min ago


  • Comment:

    Well, the JSON you posted is not a valid JSON. Where did you get it?

    Valid JSON looks like this:

    {
       "error":[
          {
             "txt1":"error msg1"
          },
          {
             "txt2":"error msg2"
          }
       ]
    }

    Comment to the post "Http Response Parsing JSON string or stream" by Eduard Lebedyuk, 11 hours 28 min ago


  • Comment:

    Cache for Windows (x86-64) 2018.1.1 (Build 312_1_18937U) Fri Apr 26 2019 17:58:36 EDT

    I tried dynamic objects but gives me an error, unless i am not doing it correctly or if syntax is not correct.

    ...

    Comment to the post "Http Response Parsing JSON string or stream" by Jimmy Christian, 11 hours 28 min ago


  • Comment:

    I tried DataGrip in the past, and the software is outstanding. 

    Nowadays I'm using DBeaver Community Edition.  It's an alternative to DataGrip, and it's free. ...

    Comment to the post "Can I connect to Cache using SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio)?" by Henrique Gonçalves Dias, 16 June 2016


  • Comment:

    Thank you for the reply.

    I'm an intern and have been tasked with figuring out how to monitor the interfaces, taking into account the different message rates throughout a 24 hour period.

    The lead interface programmer here, who I'm...

    Comment to the post "Interface Monitoring " by Erin Dolson, 13 hours 46 min ago