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lift json serializing mixed type array
package net.liftweb.sandbox
import org.scalatest.FunSuite
import net.liftweb.json._
import org.scalatest.matchers.ShouldMatchers
/**
* @author IL
* @see <a href="https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/liftweb/GK5DbzCtWdA">forum</a>
*/
class MixedTypeArrayJsonSuite extends FunSuite with ShouldMatchers {
implicit val formats = DefaultFormats + new CustomSerializer[Either[String, Entry]](
format => ( {
case JString(s) => Left(s)
case j => Right(j.extract[Entry](DefaultFormats, manifest[Entry]))
}, {
case Left(s: String) => JString(s)
case Right(e: Entry) => Extraction.decompose(e)(DefaultFormats)
}
)
)
test("extract mixed type list") {
val a = parse( """{
"field1": true,
"field2": "hi",
"entries": [
[
"blah",
{
"fielda": 70615911,
"fieldb": "4358367001dfbd6",
}
],
[
"hello.txt",
{
"fielda": 363696459,
"fieldb": "15ad914b001dfbd6",
}
]
]
}""")
val obj = a.extract[Root]
obj should be === Root(true, "hi",
(Left("blah") :: Right(Entry(70615911, "4358367001dfbd6")) :: Nil) ::
(Left("hello.txt") :: Right(Entry(363696459, "15ad914b001dfbd6")) :: Nil) :: Nil)
}
}
case class Root(field1: Boolean, field2: String, entries: List[List[Either[String, Entry]]])
case class Entry(fielda: Int, fieldb: String)
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