How to build an abstract json unmarshaller in go-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I have multiple APIs that follow a similar structure on the high level response. It always gives back an answer in that form: {“data”: {“feed”:[{…}]}, “success”: true} However, the structure in Feed varies, depending on the concrete API. I would now like to build an abstract function to process the various APIs. …

json – Embed go struct into another struct in gorm-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I have a database table called http_requests. I have modelled following struct to represent rows in this table. type Map map[string]interface{} type HTTPRequest struct { ID int64 `json:”id” gorm:”id”` RequestURL string `json:”request_url,omitempty” gorm:”request_url”` RequestParams *RequestParams `json:”request_params,omitempty” gorm:”request_params”` } // RequestParams is another struct that holds params from body and URL query type …

What are the differences between JSON and JSONP?-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: Format wise, file type wise and practical use wise? How to solve: JSONP is JSON with padding, that is, you put a string at the beginning and a pair of parenthesis around it. For example: //JSON {“name”:”stackoverflow”,”id”:5} //JSONP func({“name”:”stackoverflow”,”id”:5}); The result is that you can load the JSON as a script file. …

go – Has Json tag but not exported-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: This question already has answers here: JSON and dealing with unexported fields (2 answers) (un)marshalling json golang not working (2 answers) Closed 2 years ago. Begining to study golang. Task: Get Json and Unmarshall it. But I get mistake: Json tag but not exported How to make unexported fields become exported and …

How to Marshall json from one struct to another with different json tags in Go?-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error: I am creating a Go application that consumes data from multiple sources that all have similar data but different structures to their data/responses. These responses need to be marshalled into a common struct that is then sent to another service. Common struct: type common struct { ID string `json:id` GivenName string `json:given_name` …