This is most likely last post. After converting these example data to
binary and making sure that that parsing was successful (return true), I am
finally getting decoded data. From this point on I can finish what was
Once again thank you for all your advices and patience.
On Tuesday, 5 May 2015 19:35:03 UTC+2, Feng Xiao wrote:
> On Mon, May 4, 2015 at 11:36 PM, Jan Kyjovský <jan.ky...@tieto.com
>> so we are somehow back in game. And now I am getting familiar what I have
>> done more then half a year ago.
>> So for now I got some basic structure of code that will later be as a
>> starting point for real implementation. I am trying to do some simple
>> experiments to see how it works. Though I got problem that even if I get
>> descriptor I am not getting any data. I have used example from encoding
>> specification since I needed something really simple.
>> const Descriptor* descriptor =
>> if (descriptor == NULL)
>> DynamicMessageFactory factory;
>> Message *message = factory.GetPrototype(descriptor)->New();
>> // Use the message object for parsing/etc.
>> std::string input_data = "089601";
> ParseFromString() expects protobuf binary format data (stored in a C++
> string), which I believe 089601 is not.
> You could check the return value of ParseFromString() to see whether the
> parsing is a success.
>> // Access a specific field in the message
>> for (int i = 0; i < descriptor->field_count(); i++)
>> const FieldDescriptor* field = descriptor->field(i);
>> switch (field->type())
>> case FieldDescriptor::TYPE_INT32:
>> int nVal =
>> message->GetReflection()->GetInt32(*message, field);
>> printf("%d\n", nVal);
>> But from reflection I am getting that value is 0. So either I have
>> wrongly set input data considering that I misunderstand format or there is
>> something else. Do you have any idea what may be cause?
>> Thank you in advance for your reply.
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