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Dynamic JSON passing to REST Web service and using it to insert data into mysql db

 
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Hello,

I am trying to pass a dynamic JSON string to my REST Web service which will in turn be used to populate a mysql db.
I can do this using a hard-coded JSON string,however I dont know how to pass a dynamic JSON string. Any insight is appreciated
as I am very new to this topic. Thanks a lot for all your time. I am attaching my code which I have for the hard-coded JSON
string parsing and adding to a mysql db.

My POJO:


My HibernateUtil class :


My SessionFactoryContextListener class :

My StackService.java

My Hibernate.cfg


Thanks,
Jack
 
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There are plenty of JSON libraries: Gson, Jackson, Stringtree, ...

Choose one that pleases your sensibilities.
 
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Hi Bear,

Thanks a lot for the reply. I have already used GSON to parse the JSON string to a Java object. However, I am using a hard-coded JSON. I want to dynamicaly pass the JSON string in a URI and use that string to populate a mysql db.
Right now my URI is something like this :
http://localhost:8080/stack

I actually want the URI to be something like this :

curl -X POST -H'Content-Type:application/json' -d'{"stock_name":"GOOG"}' http://localhost:8080/stack

Kindly help me out.

Thanks,
Jack
 
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