Dear Ivy team, I face an issue when using Map<String, Object>. I have two key, there has the same value, then it serializes like it:

  "additionalData": {
    "@class": "Class&lt;java.util.HashMap&gt;",
    "firstKey": {
      "@class": "Class&lt;objecttype.Assignee&gt;",
      "@id": "$Ref-1",
      "displayName": "Hen"
    "secondKey": "$Ref-1"

And when deserializes I expect it should be:
{firstKey=Assignee [displayName=Hen], secondKey=Assignee [displayName=Hen]}

But it actual:
{firstKey=Assignee [displayName=Hen], secondKey=$Ref-1}
The second key now map with wrong value.

Is there any way to overcome this issue? Thanks a lot!

asked 05.12.2019 at 22:19

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Hen Tran
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edited 09.12.2019 at 03:08

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Thanks for the reply, I try this way. We need the <string, object=""> for our business and then convert it to string and stored it to compare later, It works for me now. I'm using ivy 7.0.10, FYI, Thank you ;)

(08.12.2019 at 22:47) Hen Tran Hen%20Tran's gravatar image

Hm... It seems that this is a bug in our deserialization code. Is working if you serialize a Map<string, assignee=""> but not with abstract classes. I will create an issue for this. A roundtrip to "solve" it for now could be to create 2 objects and don't save the same object.


answered 06.12.2019 at 05:14

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