I'm working with
Resteasy 2.2.1.GA, I have to call some services. If I call a service with
body method and if request message contains a
& the service responds with an error. I tried to set
x-www-form-urlencoded content type, but the solution doesn't works. If I call the service with another client, for example with
Postman (Chrome plugin), the service responds successfully.
How I can set
x-www-form-urlencoded like postman plugin? Below my code:
> ClientRequest request = new ClientRequest(url);> request.accept(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_TYPE);> request.accept(MediaType.APPLICATION_FORM_URLENCODED_TYPE);> request.body(MediaType.APPLICATION_FORM_URLENCODED_TYPE ,jsonRequest); > response = request.post(String.class);> String jsonResponse = response.getEntity();
How do you encode an url in Android? I thought it was like this:
final String encodedURL = URLEncoder.encode(urlAsString, "UTF-8");URL url = new URL(encodedURL);
If I do the above, the
urlAsString is replaced by
encodedURL and then I get a
java.net.MalformedURLException when I use the url.
This is my url .my problem is address not appending to urlpath . plz help me
var address:stringaddress = "American Tourister, Abids Road, Bogulkunta, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India"let urlpath = NSString(format: "http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/geocode/json?address="+"\(address)")
When we have a url with multiple spaces say
/partofurl 2014/index, usually browsers encode it as
But when i paste
/partofurl 2014/index in chrome it treats multiple spaces as single and encodes the URL like this
/partofurl%202014/index is there any way to stop chrome by doing so?
I'm using the Twitter streaming API. It works wonderfully for single words, but seemingly cannot filter by an exact bigram (two word string).
I'm testing this by searching for common words, that are commonly in combination:
e.g. "feel good"
This is the URL: (will require OAuth login):
Things that don't work:
track=feel%20good ==> still produces: "text":"Feels so good outside!..."track=%27feel%20good%27 ==> produces nothingtrack=feel%20good, ==> still produces "good that my friend has an ED too because I can feel..."
Any ideas on getting this to work?
edit: someone sort-of answered this in early 2010: Twitter Streaming API - tracking exact multiple keywords in exact order , but are there any updates on this issue?