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comment Best practice to handle POST with array of objects if at least one object raise an Exception
Why not ask a new question and reference this one? I'm sure there are plenty of people who have time to answer you properly.
Dec
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comment Best practice to handle POST with array of objects if at least one object raise an Exception
There are no hard and fast rules. There are good rules of thumb and I'm sure you could find an edge case where any one of them doesn't apply. The OP asked for an array of objects and, crucially, best practice. If you feel you have a good case for ignoring it, then crack on chap. You, presumably, know your requirements better than I do.
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comment Best practice to handle POST with array of objects if at least one object raise an Exception
I would expect a file upload api to require one request per file. I don't know dropbox's api, but a quick skim seems to indicate that it supports one or multiple requests for a single file, but not one request for multiple files.
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comment What is the difference between size and length?
I get that. But I think it's good to have an idea of what to expect from each term in advance. Particularly if you have two available. As a general rule I'd expect to get a byte count from size.
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This reads awfully like Mike Nakis might be the architect in question
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comment What is the difference between size and length?
There's a good answer to this on SO. stackoverflow.com/questions/300522/…
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comment Best practice to handle POST with array of objects if at least one object raise an Exception
No need to apologise. You're more than welcome to see who else contributes.
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comment Best practice to handle POST with array of objects if at least one object raise an Exception
You can accept it as the answer though I think if you're happy with it. Or hold out for more opinions if you prefer.
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