Posts Tagged ‘Json’

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cURL to get a JSON makeover

cURL is frequently used by developers working with REST API’s to send and receive data using JSON notation. This has been a common pattern for years, but it has never been seamless. There have been a number of times when I’ve been trying to get a JSON payload to work against an endpoint for a […]

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Using Jolt as a Transformation Tool in AEM

One frequent use case most of the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Full Stack Developers would have come across is migrating content from different applications into AEM. Data from source applications can come in various formats like JSON, XML, CSV, etc. When the source file format is JSON, in order to transform the source data to […]

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Loading JSON Content into AEM

Let’s talk about extract, transform, and load, also known as ETL. If you are an AEM professional, this is something you have previously dealt with. It could be something along the lines of products, user bios, or store locations. The extract and transform parts may differ depending on your source and requirements. The loading part […]

Exporting Insite Commerce Data without Admin Assistance

Often times, clients want to empower their customers to export their eCommerce transactions, such as order history, approval lists, and saved orders, and other data, like wish lists and cart lists, by themselves without admin involvement. These features removed dependency on Insite admins, subsequently improving the user experience, efficiency, and overall satisfaction for Insite users. […]

MuleSoft 101: 5 Resources That Demystify Mule API Versions

When Salesforce acquired MuleSoft earlier in 2018, the Perficient team couldn’t help but smile. We not only have an expert Salesforce team, but also a dedicated API practice that specializes in MuleSoft that we’ve brought in for work with clients like this major leading beverage company, OneAmerica, and Ameren. Here are a few key articles […]

Validating JSON Message in IIB

Overview This blog helps to understand JSON parser in IIB and how to validate the incoming JSON message. What is JSON? JavaScript Object Notation is a lightweight plain text format used for data interchange. It’s a collection of Name-Value pair. How IIB parses the JSON message? In IIB JSON message realized as Object (Name-Value pair) […]

Json Data Processing with Mule Transformers and Dataweave

As REST APIs are taking over the world, json has stood out and become the de facto data format for APIs. It’s important that developers are familiar with json data processing. A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post discussing Mule Json transformers. Since then, I have seen many new nuances dealing with […]

MuleSoft – Correlating Array and HashMap with Dataweave

In data processing, two of the most common collection data types are array (list) and map (HashMap). The key difference between a list and a map is how they are accessed. A list is accessed by an integer positional index, such as list. However, map is accessed by a key, such as map.getValue(“key1”) or simply […]

3 steps on creating Premium caller contact flow with Amazon Connect

If a business goal is improving customer satisfaction, Amazon Connect can be used with DynamoDB and AWS Lambda to personalize caller experience as well as ensure Agents have all the necessary information needed to provide a premium experience to the caller. With this article, we will go through three easy steps to create separate contact […]

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AEM 6.3: Handling Feelings of Deprecation

Have you noticed new warnings showing up on your JSONObject? Have your Felix SCR Annotations not been looking quite right? If so, you may have a case of AEM 6.3.     AEM 6.3 is the latest version of Adobe Experience Manager. While this new version comes with some great new features such as Content […]

NoSQL – CouchDB vs Couchbase

It has been a trend to employ NoSQL database in the modern application system development for either local or cloud platforms. We know that NoSQL stands for “Not the SQL relational database”, but more accurately, it is “Not only the SQL relational database.” NoSQL database can handle structured datasets well in the traditional way, but […]

Handle JSON Data Using JavaScript Expression in OSB 12c

Oracle Service Bus 12.2.1 provides a JavaScript action, which allows us to include snippets of JavaScript code to be executed during proxy pipeline processing. The most common case for using JavaScript is when dealing with JSON objects in REST services. Rather than converting the payload to XML and using XQuery or XSLT for manipulation, using […]

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