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Modify the order of postprocessor. #264

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yoyicue commented Nov 22, 2013

Currently, I do not need primary_key in json, the original logic has some problems.

Original logic:
Executive postprocessor -> Assignment headers
Optimized logic:
Assignment headers -> Execute postprocessor



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jfinkels commented Dec 1, 2013

I will merge this because both the _search() and post() methods should be consistent (that is, assigning headers and executing postprocessors should occur in the same order in both methods, whichever order that may be). However, I don't quite understand what problem this is solving. I also don't understand why you call this "optimized logic"; why is this more efficient? Please provide a test case.

jfinkels added a commit that referenced this pull request Dec 1, 2013

Merge pull request #264 from yoyicue/master
Modify the order of postprocessor.

@jfinkels jfinkels merged commit 19ae672 into jfinkels:master Dec 1, 2013

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