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package org.elasticsearch.storm.serialization;

import org.apache.storm.tuple.Tuple;
import org.elasticsearch.hadoop.serialization.JdkBytesConverter;
import org.elasticsearch.hadoop.util.Assert;
import org.elasticsearch.hadoop.util.BytesArray;

public class StormTupleBytesConverter extends JdkBytesConverter {

    @Override
    public void convert(Object from, BytesArray to) {
        Assert.isTrue(from == null || from instanceof Tuple,
                String.format("Unexpected object type, expecting [%s], given [%s]", Tuple.class, from.getClass()));

        // handle common cases
        Tuple tuple = (Tuple) from;

        if (tuple == null || tuple.size() == 0) {
            to.bytes("{}");
            return;
        }
        Assert.isTrue(tuple.size() == 1, "When using JSON input, only one field is expected");

        super.convert(tuple.getValue(0), to);
    }
}