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Jars Required To Work With JSON In Java Applications

Json » On Feb 1, 2012 By Sivateja

The following jars are required in order to work with JSON in Java programs. Please check the JSON Documentation before you start.

Official site: json.org

Jars required..

  • json-lib-2.2.2-jdk15.jar
  • ezmorph.jar
  • commons-lang.jar
  • commons-logging.jar
  • commons-beanutils.jar
  • commons-collections.jar

You can download from JSON official site, or Click here to download.

Note: you must add these jar files to your class path to check the functionality of JSON in your java application.








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6 Responses to “Jars Required To Work With JSON In Java Applications”
  1. DPH says:

    Helped me end hours of frustration! Great!

  2. Java4s says:

    @balaguru,DPH

    Really Glad to Hear that its Helped you :-)

  3. Manikandan says:

    How to develop the web-application in struts2 with jquery table show case add/edit/delete action.

  4. bipin says:

    how can we read a big json file by java program.
    note: file size aprox.(16MB).

  5. bipin says:

    please provide a link to download required JSON jar files.

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