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Subject [GitHub] [jmeter] woonsan commented on pull request #660: bz65108: escape/unescape jmeter variable references
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2021 06:51:26 GMT

woonsan commented on pull request #660:

   Thanks for the remarks! I fully understand the pointers and there must be better designs
and solutions than this quick solution, indeed.
   Just two things though:
   - The solution includes re-formatting to remove unnecessary white spaces like most GraphQL
clients does, and this is done by parsing and formatting through the Jackson library. This
"re-formatting" can possibly be done in a different way, but I assume the current solution
is simpler.
   - The prefix and suffix in the solution are not just simple prefix/suffix, but instead
it's following the JSON Reference syntax pattern, which means it is very unlikely that GraphQL
variable JSON data could possibly allow any JSON Reference at all, or even allowed in the
future, it is very unlikely for users to refer to the "JMeter-specific" json object reference
in GraphQL variables in reality.
   - Of course, JMeter is too flexible, so for that reason, I actually narrow down the scope
only to numeric variable value expression in this solution, which I believe should be good
enough practically.

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