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  1. Thrift
  2. THRIFT-1203

Java server returns JSON map items in the wrong order

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      This is a old bug I have forgotten to register.
      lib/js/test uses a Java server to run its unit tests, and by doing so I could see that there is a small problem on the Java JSON map decoder.

      The unit test "testMap" should echo a map<int,int> back to the client without changing it, but it's messing up with the items order, e.g.

      {7=77, 8=88, 9=99}

      returns

      {8=88, 9=99, 7=77}

      To run the server:
      thrift-trunk/lib/java$ ant compile-test
      thrift-trunk/lib/js/test$ ant testserver
      and go to http://localhost:8088/test/test.html

      Java test server console output:
      [java] Incoming content: [1,"testMap",1,0,{"1":{"map":["i32","i32",3,

      {"7":77,"8":88,"9":99}

      ]}}]
      [java] testMap(8=88, 9=99, 7=77)
      [java] Outgoing content: [1,"testMap",2,0,{"0":{"map":["i32","i32",3,

      {"8":88,"9":99,"7":77}

      ]}}]

      It's minor but it would be nice if any Java developer could have a look on it.
      Thanks a lot.

      ps.: the same works with a cpp server

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              Reporter:
              henrique Henrique Mendonça
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