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I use the REST api of google to trigger a search on their search engine. This works as expected. The result of the call is a complex JSON string.

See http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/web?v=1.0&q=ivyTeam sampleJson

How can I comfortably access this complex result in ivy. With Java or ivyScript?

asked 08.09.2015 at 16:23

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edited 08.09.2015 at 16:53


You can easily access the JSON response content if you:

  • use a java pojo generator that creates a complex java class structure out of a JSON string
  • use Gson to parse the JSON string into instances of the generated java classes.

Generate classes:

  • Copy the whole JSON string into your clipboard and paste it into a java generator: http://www.jsonschema2pojo.org/
  • Configure the generator:
  • package = com.google.generated
  • class = QueryResponse
  • source type = JSON
  • annotation style = GSON
  • generate the java source by pressing on the "JAR" button.
  • download the generated sources jar.
  • copy the content of the sources-jar into your ivy projects sources folder

Parse JSON as java objects

  • add the latest gson.jar to our classpath: download the jar -> switch to java perspective -> copy the jar into a directory of the project -> right click on jar -> build path -> add to build path
  • QueryResponse response = new Gson().fromJson("{yourComplexResponse}", QueryResponse.class);

java pojo generator json pojos in ivy project convert json to java

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answered 08.09.2015 at 16:27

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edited 08.09.2015 at 16:49

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