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README
JANSSON Module Joe Hillenbrand <joe@flowroute.com> Edited by Matthew Williams <matthew@flowroute.com> Carsten Bock <carsten@ng-voice.com> Copyright © 2013 Flowroute LLC (flowroute.com) __________________________________________________________________ Table of Contents 1. Admin Guide 1. Overview 2. Dependencies 2.1. Kamailio Modules 2.2. External Libraries or Applications 3. Functions 3.1. jansson_get(key/path, src, dst) 3.2. jansson_set(type, key/path, value, result) 3.3. jansson_append(type, key/path, value, result) 3.4. jansson_array_size(key/path, src, dst) 3.5. jansson_get_field(src, field_name, dst) List of Examples 1.1. jansson_get usage 1.2. jansson_set usage 1.3. jansson_append usage 1.4. jansson_array_size usage 1.5. array concatenation 1.6. jansson_get_field usage Chapter 1. Admin Guide Table of Contents 1. Overview 2. Dependencies 2.1. Kamailio Modules 2.2. External Libraries or Applications 3. Functions 3.1. jansson_get(key/path, src, dst) 3.2. jansson_set(type, key/path, value, result) 3.3. jansson_append(type, key/path, value, result) 3.4. jansson_array_size(key/path, src, dst) 3.5. jansson_get_field(src, field_name, dst) 1. Overview This module provides operations on JSON strings using JANSSON library. It has support for JSON-PATH operations. 2. Dependencies 2.1. Kamailio Modules 2.2. External Libraries or Applications 2.1. Kamailio Modules The following modules must be loaded before this module: * None 2.2. External Libraries or Applications The following libraries or applications must be installed before running Kamailio with this module loaded: * jansson (http://www.digip.org/jansson/), tested with: 2.2+ 3. Functions 3.1. jansson_get(key/path, src, dst) 3.2. jansson_set(type, key/path, value, result) 3.3. jansson_append(type, key/path, value, result) 3.4. jansson_array_size(key/path, src, dst) 3.5. jansson_get_field(src, field_name, dst) 3.1. jansson_get(key/path, src, dst) Copy the value at the location 'path' from the json object 'src' and store it in pvar 'dst'. The path string supports dot delimited notation (e.g. foo.bar.baz), array notation (e.g. [0]), or a combination of the two (e.g. foo.bar[0][1].baz). Returns FALSE if the data can not be parsed, TRUE otherwise. The function can put a string, integer, null, or new json string into destination. If the key/path can't be found in the JSON data structure, the pvar is not changed. If it had a previous value, that value remains unchanged. Note: For JSON-Integer values exceeding the C-Integer boundaries, a String representing the number is returned. Example 1.1. jansson_get usage ... if(!jansson_get("inner.deep.list[3]", $var(myjson), "$var(n)")) { xlog("L_ERR", "Can't parse json data"); } xlog("L_INFO", "foo is $var(n)"); ... 3.2. jansson_set(type, key/path, value, result) Insert 'value' as 'type' at location 'path' into 'result'. The path string works the same as in jansson_get. Valid 'type' parameters are 'integer', 'real', 'string', 'object', 'array', 'true', 'false', and 'null' as well as abbreviated names such as 'int', 'str', and 'obj'. 'value' is ignored when type is 'true', 'false', or 'null'. Note: If you want to insert a JSON-Integer value exceeding the C-Integer boundaries (e.g. C-type long), the a the number can be provided as a string. Example 1.2. jansson_set usage ... # create a new json object and put a string in it at key "mystr" jansson_set("string", "mystr", "my input string", "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) =='{"mystr":"my input string"}' # add other values jansson_set("integer", "count", 9000, "$var(myjson)"); jansson_set("true", "mybool", 0, "$var(myjson)"); jansson_set("real", "pi", "3.14159", "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) == '{"mystr":"my input string", "count":9000, "mybool":true, "pi" :3.14159}' # add a nested object jansson_set("obj", "myobj", '{"foo":"bar"}', "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) =='{"mystr":"my input string", "count":9000, "mybool":true, "pi": 3.14159, "myobj":{"foo":"bar"}}' # change the nested object jansson_set("str", "myobj.foo", "baz", "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) == '{"mystr":"my input string", "count":9000, "mybool":true, "pi" :3.14159, "myobj":{"foo":"baz"}}' ... 3.3. jansson_append(type, key/path, value, result) Like jansson_set but can be used to append to arrays. It can also be used to combine two json objects. Note that when appending a json object to another json object, if there is a key that is shared between the two objects, that value will be overwritten by the new object. Example 1.3. jansson_append usage ... # create a new json array and append values to it $var(myarray) = '[]'; jansson_append("int", "", 0, "$var(myarray)"); jansson_append("int", "", 1, "$var(myarray)"); jansson_append("int", "", 2, "$var(myarray)"); jansson_append("int", "", 3, "$var(myarray)"); jansson_append("int", "", 4, "$var(myarray)"); # $var(myarray) == '[0,1,2,3,4]' # add that array to an object jansson_set("array", "list", $var(myarray), "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) == '{"list":[0,1,2,3,4]}' # append another value to the list jansson_append("int", "list", 5, "$var(myjson)"); # $var(myjson) == '{"list":[0,1,2,3,4,5]}' # combining two json objects $var(newobj) = '{"b":2, "c":3}'; jansson_append('obj', "", '{"a":1, "b":100}', "$var(newobj)"); # $var(newobj) == '{"a":1,"b":100","c":3}'; ... 3.4. jansson_array_size(key/path, src, dst) Puts the size of the array in 'src' at location 'path' into the pvar 'dst'. This is particularly useful for looping through an array. See example. Example 1.4. jansson_array_size usage ... $var(array) = "{\"loopme\":[0,1,2,3,4,5]}"; $var(count) = 0; jansson_array_size("loopme", $var(array), "$var(size)"); while($var(count) < $var(size)) { jansson_get("loopme[$var(count)]", $var(array), "$var(v)"); xlog("loopme[$var(count)] == $var(v)\n"); $var(count) = $var(count) + 1; } ... Example 1.5. array concatenation ... $var(count) = 0; $var(appendme) = '[0,1]'; $var(mylist) = '[2,3,4,5]'; jansson_array_size("", $var(mylist), "$var(appendme_size)"); while($var(count) < $var(appendme_size)) { jansson_get("[$var(count)]", $var(mylist), "$var(tmp)"); jansson_append('int', "", $var(tmp), "$var(appendme)"); $var(count) = $var(count) + 1; } ... 3.5. jansson_get_field(src, field_name, dst) Copy field 'field_name' from json object 'src' and store it in pvar 'dst'. This function is deprecated but kept for backwards compatibility. Right now it is just a wrapper around jansson_get, and its functionality is the same. Example 1.6. jansson_get_field usage ... jansson_get_field("{'foo':'bar'}", "foo", "$var(foo)"); xlog("foo is $var(foo)"); ...