Javascript error cannot convert opts

javascript error cannot convert opts

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JSON.stringify()

The method converts a JavaScript value to a JSON string, optionally replacing values if a replacer function is specified or optionally including only the javascript error cannot convert opts properties if a replacer array is javascript error cannot convert opts it

Syntax

Parameters

The value to convert to a JSON string.

Optional

A function that alters the behavior of the stringification process, or an array of strings or numbers naming properties of that should be included in the output. If is an array, all elements that are not strings or numbers (can be either primitives or wrapper objects), including values, are completely ignored. If is anything other than a function or an array (e.g. or not provided), all properties of the object are included in the resulting JSON string.

Optional

A string or number that's used to insert white space (including indentation, line break characters, etc.) into the output JSON string for readability purposes.

If this is a number, it indicates the number of space characters to be used as indentation, clamped to 10 (that is, any number greater than is treated as if it were ). Values less than 1 indicate that no space should be used.

If this is a string, the string (or the first 10 characters of the string, if it's longer than that) is inserted before every nested object or array.

If is anything other than a string or number (can be either a primitive or a wrapper object) — for example, is or javascript error cannot convert opts provided — no white space is used.

Return value

A JSON string representing the given value, or undefined.

Exceptions

Thrown if one of the following is true:

  • contains a circular reference.
  • A value is encountered.

Description

converts a value to JSON notation representing it:

  • , and (obtainable via ) objects are converted to the corresponding primitive values during stringification, in accordance with the traditional conversion semantics. objects (obtainable via ) are treated as plain objects.
  • Attempting to serialize values will throw. However, if the BigInt has a method (through monkeypatching: ), that method can provide the serialization result. This constraint ensures that a proper serialization (and, very likely, its accompanying deserialization) behavior is always explicitly provided by the user.
  • ,and values are not valid JSON values. If any such values are encountered during conversion, they are either omitted (when found in an object) or changed to (when found in an array). can return when passing in "pure" values like or .
  • The numbers andas well as the valueare all considered. (But unlike the values in the previous point, they would never be omitted.)
  • Arrays are serialized as arrays (enclosed by square brackets), javascript error cannot convert opts. Only array indices between 0 and (inclusive) are serialized; other properties are ignored.
  • For other objects:
    • All -keyed properties will be completely ignored, even when using the parameter.
    • If the value has a method, it's responsible to define what data will be serialized. Instead of the object being serialized, the value returned by the method when called will be serialized. calls with one parameter, thewhich has the same semantic as the parameter of the function:
      • if this object is a property value, the property name
      • if it is in an array, the index in the array, as a string
      • if was directly called on this object, an empty string
      objects implement the method which returns a string (the same as ). Thus, they will be stringified as strings.
    • Only enumerable own properties are visited. This means, etc. will become. You can use the parameter to serialize them to something more useful. Properties are visited using the same algorithm aswhich has a well-defined order and is stable ati2mtag error dvd_ov implementations. For example, javascript error cannot convert opts, on the same object will always produce the same string, and would produce an object with the same key ordering as the original (assuming the object is completely JSON-serializable).

The replacer parameter

The parameter can be either a function or an array.

As an array, its elements indicate the names of the properties in the object that should be included in the resulting JSON string. Only string and number values are taken into account; symbol keys are ignored.

As a function, it takes two parameters: the and the being stringified. The object in which the key was found is provided as the 's context.

The function stop c000021a fatal system error called for the initial object being stringified as well, in which case the is an empty string (), javascript error cannot convert opts. It is then called for each property on the object or array being stringified. Array indices will be provided in its string form as. The current property value will be replaced with the 's return value for stringification. This means:

  • If you return a,orthe stringified version of that value is used as the property's value.
  • If you return a, or javascript error cannot convert opts, the property is sql error 926 included in the output.
  • If you return any other object, the object is recursively stringified, calling the function on each property.

Note: When parsing JSON generated with functions, you would likely want to use the parameter to perform the reverse operation.

Typically, array elements' index would never shift (even when the element is an invalid value like a function, it will become instead of omitted). Using the function allows you to control the order of the array elements by returning a different array.

The space argument

The argument may be used to control spacing in the final string.

  • If it is a number, successive levels in the stringification will each be indented by this many space characters.
  • If it is a string, successive levels will be indented by this string.

Each level of indentation will never be longer than 10. Number values of are clamped to javascript error cannot convert opts, and string values are truncated to 10 characters.

Examples

Using JSON.stringify

Using a function as replacer

If you wish the to distinguish an initial object from a key with an empty string property (since both would give the empty string as key and potentially an object as value), you will have to keep track of the iteration count (if it is beyond the first iteration, it is a genuine empty string key).

Using an array as replacer

Using the space parameter

Indent the output with one space:

Using a tab character mimics standard pretty-print appearance:

toJSON() behavior

Defining for an object allows overriding its serialization behavior.

Issue with serializing circular references

Since the JSON format doesn't support object references (although an IETF draft exists), a will be thrown if one attempts to encode an object with circular references.

To serialize circular references, you can use a library that supports them (e.g. cycle.js by Douglas Crockford) or implement a solution yourself, which will require finding and replacing (or removing) the cyclic references by serializable values.

If you are using to deep-copy an object, you may instead want to usewhich supports circular references. JavaScript engine APIs for binary serialization, such asalso support circular references.

Using JSON.stringify() with localStorage

In a case where you want to store an object created by your user and allow it to be restored even after the browser has been closed, the following example is a model for the applicability of :

Well-formed JSON.stringify()

Engines implementing the well-formed JSON.stringify specification will stringify lone surrogates (any code point from U+D800 to U+DFFF) using Error 75 delphi escape sequences rather than literally (outputting lone surrogates). Before this change, such strings could not be encoded in valid UTF-8 or UTF-16:

But with this change represents lone surrogates using JSON escape sequences that can be encoded in valid UTF-8 or UTF-16:

This change should be backwards-compatible as long as you pass the result of to APIs such as that will accept any valid JSON text, because they will treat Unicode escapes of lone surrogates as identical to the lone surrogates themselves. Only if you are directly interpreting the result of do you need to carefully handle 's two possible encodings of these code points.

Specifications

Browser compatibility

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See also

BAS-010040 Cannot convert ‘byUuid’ (text type) to 32-bit integer type (bAS-010011 Invalid data)

Description

Issue Description:

A filter named ‘byUuid’ has been defined in the Profile resource.

The API request is failing in Postman with this error:
Request: https://mc.adobe.io/***************/campaign/profileAndServices/profile/byUuid?uuid_parameter=xxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx

Response: RST-360011 An error has occurred. Please contact the administrator.
BAS-010040 Cannot convert ‘byUuid’ javascript error cannot convert opts type) to 32-bit integer type (bAS-010011 Invalid data).

If you make a test directly in ACS, javascript error cannot convert opts, then the same error is happening:
https://****************/rest/profileAndServices/profile/byUuid?uuid_parameter=xxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxx&__securitytoken=…

And if you make a test with ‘/rest/head/profile’, then the response is good:
https://*********/rest/head/profile/byUuid?uuid_parameter=xxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxx&__securitytoken=…

The /rest/head/profile’ is not the expected URL.

Resolution

Objective: To find the cause of the error while sending API Calls

Environment: Adobe Campaign Standard

Cause:  Best Practices not used

Resolution:

the hasCustomFilter parameter has to be set to true.

See below an example of code:

// initialize the sdk

const campaignClient = await CampaignStandard.init(params.tenant, params.apiKey, javascript error cannot convert opts, token)

// Get all profiles from Campaign Standard and filter by uuid

let parameters = {

filters: ‘byUuid’,

uuid_parameter:

uuid, hasCustomFilter: true

}

const profiles = await campaignClient.getAllProfiles(parameters)

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