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Deserializing JSON to LocalDate

 
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I'm not sure in what forum to post...
I'm trying to help an other poster here on the forum, I managed to figure out what is going wrong, he has a textfile containing jsonobjects, each of those objects contains a date.
When trying to read the file I get this error:

In my search what could cause the error I saw a remark of someone that he got the error because he didn't deserialize the date in the jsonObject.
When I remove the date, the error is gone, so in this case that's most likely also the prob.
I've never deserialized anything, how would you do that?
 
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It would be helpful to see the JSON-encoded representation and the code being used to de-serialize.
 
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There isn't any code to deserialize yet... I wouldn't even know how to start
These are the jsonObjects:

and this is what I'm using to read the files:
 
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Your dates aren't strings, but numerical calculations. That's not allowed in JSON. You need to put your dates between double quotes as well.
 
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I didn't write the json myself it's created


I added this to my playerClass:

but I still get the same error, even when I put my date between double quotes
 
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That doesn't look like a legal JSON stream anyway. More valid would be:


Otherwise you have a collection of JSON snippets that are valid at the unit level but not valid as a JSON stream.
 
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It's not supossed to be seen as a collection, but all seperate jsonobjects.
Everytime the player ends a game a line is being added
 
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OK. I missed that. But we need your latest stacktrace. The only one we have is where it choked on not quoting the date strings. Which, alas, I forgot to add to my own example.
 
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Maybe I should post a new question cause I maded some changes a and now the subjectline dosn't really cover my question anymore?!
I removed the LocalDate from my PlayerClass and save it now as a string.
but it seems that my jsonObject isn't bindded corectly to the javaObject, cause I'm getting nullpointers.
I'll post the whole code to make it a bit easier for you guys to help.

PlayerClass:


MenuController:

AddController:

ShowController:

Stacktrace:
 
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Lol weird as hell... Before, cause it was ment as an quick example, aal the code was in my sample.Controller.
I knew if I would have posted it that way here, surely someone would a remark about it, so I sperated my code a bit.
I ran it again to see if the rest still worked and now everything works!?
At least allmost, no errors anymore, but the nameColumn isn't filled yet
 
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I also managed to figure that out, in my object I was referring to userName, but the instance variable is name, so I changed the instance variable and adjusted the propertyValueFactory and tada
 
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