Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Re: JSONParser.parseStrict() with \"

On Monday, March 25, 2013 9:39:57 PM UTC+1, rkulisas wrote:
For my case, I want to keep \". So I'd need to do 


on all my java object toString() when I want to convert this back to JSON format. Is there a better GWT library to do this conversion? 

This is now I convert back to JSON string: 

public String toString(){

    return "{" + 

    "\"name\":" + ((name == null)? "null" : ("\"" + name + "\"")) +

    ", \"index\":" + index +

    ", \"text\":" + ((text == null)? "null" : ("\"" + text + "\"")) +



You need much more than replacing " with \" for your JSON to be valid, and yes that escaping has to be done within your toString() method.
Use JsonUtils.escapeValue(name) to have it as a quoted JSON string.

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