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[jersey/jax-rs] json object value string has extra quotes, jsonp, service chaining‏

 
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My short question is why does my jsonp response have an extra set of quotes around the json object, my second is how do I fix it. I'm so close to it all working.

I am returning a jsonp response from two different approaches. The first is by using jaxb annotation objects, this works well. (see callback1)
The second is by wrapping/chaining another external rest service into a string and returning the reponse as below using Client, this doesn't work (callback2). I think my problem is in the string and the jaxb object queryResult's String result property.
 
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[SUM]

String s = "{\"ABCD\" : 123}";
JSONObject o = new JSONObject();
o.put("result", new JSONObject(s));
return new JSONWithPadding(o, callback);

works as I needed.
full answer is available on jersey.dev.java.net if you want to know more
 
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