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The JSONUtil project currently consists of the JSONUtil component. This component has two public methods, serializeJSON and deserializeJSON, which have method signatures similar to ColdFuison's built in Serialize/DeserializeJSON functions. The JSONUtil deserializeJSON method takes the same parameters as DeserializeJSON, JSONVar and strictMapping, and should produce the same results as that function. The JSONUtil serializeJSON method takes the var and serializeQueryByColumns parameters, just as ColdFusion's built in SerializeJSON function, however this method also takes an optional third parameter, strictMapping. If the strictMapping parameter is not provided or set to false the serialize method should produce the same results as ColdFusion's built in SerializeJSON function. If the Boolean strictMapping parameter is set to true, then the serialize method attempts to convert the ColdFusion data to a JSON string using underlying Java/SQL data types as opposed to using ColdFusion's implicit type conversion conventions.
The code for the JSONUtil component is based on that of the json.cfc from the CFJSON project, http://www.epiphantastic.com/cfjson. This project probably would not have happened were it not for CFJSON. Thank you to Jehiah Czebotar, Thomas Messier, and everyone who has contributed to the CFJSON project.
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