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Throw ajax error incase of custom exception using JSON object while populating datatable using datatables jquery plugin
It seems you need to use the fnServerData callback. I have never used it myself, but it seems you can manually do the ajax request and catch any server-side errors you want. In your case it would be something like this: $(document).ready( function() { try { $('#example').dataTable( { "bProcessing": true, "bServerSide": true, "sAjaxSource": "xhr.php", "fnServerData": function ( sSource, aoData, fnCallback, oSettings ) { oSettings.jqXHR = $.ajax( { "dataType": 'json', "type": "POST", "url": sSource, "data": aoData, "success": function(response) { //do error checking here, maybe "throw new Error('Some error')" based on data; fnCallback(

Categories : Jquery

Deserialize multiple JSON arrays into separate C# datasets/datatables using JSON.net (newtonsoft)
This doesn't answer the question exactly because I personally don't see why you would want to deserialize into datasets when the json.NET model is more oriented around deserializing into objects. Here it is; public class TheJson { public string status { get; set; } public client[] clients { get; set; } public dossier[] dossiers { get; set; } } public class client { public string ClientID { get; set; } public string Fullname { get; set; } public bool Inactive { get; set; } } public class dossier { public string CreateDate { get; set; } public string DossierName { get; set; } } With those definitions it's as simple as; TheJson clientsAndDossiers = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<TheJson>(_jsonresp); Now with regard to your last comment, to ap

Categories : C#

Error when Parsing Nested JSON Data
Jackson and Spring are will be your friend. You can use Spring's RestTemplate library and which uses jackson for all the heavy JSON work. For sanity's sake, lets say this is the JSON response coming back. { "message" : "Hello World", "answer" : "42" } Now first thing you do is to "deserialize" into a Pojo. Do a bit of googling for Java Jackson deserialize and you should be good to go. If you ever used JAXB to unmarshall xml before, you'll be right at home. Its super easy, just make a Pojo container of the Json response. @JsonSerialize public class JsonResponse { private String message; private int answer; // Getters and seters below. } Then all you have to RestTemplate make the Json Rest call and make the JsonResponse object for you. Since, you are only d

Categories : Java

Datatables: CSS odd/even styling while ignoring nested drill down table
Needed to revise this whole answer...I completely missed this. #tableid tbody tr.even { } #tableid tbody tr.odd { } Using this will ignore the drill down row.

Categories : Jquery

ASP.NET MVC 4 JSON Binding to the View Model - Nested object error
The problem is from your action method parameter: [HttpPost] public ActionResult SaveAddress(AddressViewModel addressViewModel) As you use JSON.stringify(), you send a string to your controller, not an object! So, you need to do some works to achive your goal: 1) Change your action method parametter: [HttpPost] public ActionResult SaveAddress(string addressViewModel) 2) Deserialize that string to an object - that is AddressViewModel: IList<AddressViewModel> modelObj = new JavaScriptSerializer().Deserialize<IList<AddressViewModel>>(addressViewModel); So, your final action method should be like the following: [HttpPost] public ActionResult SaveAddress(string addressViewModel) { IList<AddressViewModel> modelObj = new JavaScriptSerializer().Deserial

Categories : Json

Primefaces data export for nested datatables and dynamic columns
You may have a look on Primefaces Extensions exporter. There are samples of code concerning export of subTables and dynamic columns

Categories : Java

python json.loads / json.load truncates nested json objects?
JSON doesn't care about the keys for objects, but the json.load and json.loads convert to a Python object using this conversion table. JSON objects are turned into python dict's, which means you can't have repeated keys.

Categories : Python

DataTables mysql json
If you are using an old version of DataTables. mData was introduced in 1.9.4. In 1.9.0 which are are using it was called mDataProp. Just try to change: mData to mDataProp

Categories : Mysql

DataTables warning (table id = 'exercises-list'): Requested unknown parameter '3' from the data source for row 0
The number of columns in HTML and the aoColumns array length do not match. From DataTables documentation, aoColumns: If specified, then the length of this array must be equal to the number of columns in the original HTML table. http://www.datatables.net/usage/columns

Categories : Jquery

Avoiding nested each loops when handling nested JSON data
JSON is "just" javascript object literals. You can skip the jQuery call, and just reference the objects and arrays directly after you parse it. obj.custom_sql_rule[0].something_else[0]; of course, your JSON is a bit oddly-formed. If at all possible, don't arbitrarily mix objects {} and arrays [] . Use the latter when you have lists of identical objects or primitive data, and the former when you have named properties. And once you have a valid javascript object, you can just iterate through its properties. for(var sqlProp in jsonObj) { if(jsonObj[sqlProp].error) { errorsContainer.append("<div>" + jsonObj[sqlProp].error + "</div>"); } }

Categories : Javascript

nested json with jQuery: create List of nested item
Your problem is that institut is an array containing a single object, so you can reference that single object using institut[0]. This will work: $.each(data.fakultaeten, function (key, value) { var mother = "<li id='first'>" + value.name + "<ul>"; $.each(value.institut[0], function (key1, value1) { alert(key1); }); }); Here is a working example

Categories : Jquery

How to Disable Warning DataTables warning Requested unknown parameter from the data source for row
Can't you just clean up the HTML-table before datatable() it? Here the same table structure as above with some more rows : <table id="table"> <thead> <tr> <th>A</th><th>B</th><th>C</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr><td>a</td><td>b</td><td>c</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="3"></td></tr> <tr><td>d</td><td>e</td><td>f</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="3"></td></tr> <tr><td>g</td><td>h</td><td>i</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="3"></td></tr> </tbody> </table> Cleanup before datatable() : <script type="text/javas

Categories : Jquery

DataTables warning (table id = 'My Table'): Requested unknown parameter '0' from the data source
The number of td's should match what you have given while calling out the datatable(); Quick fix(if you do not want to customize the default functionalities) would be : $('#sample_1').dataTable(); If you have given anything inside datatable({/configs/}) just remove it completely and it should work well.

Categories : PHP

Cannot see the Restangular response data set in my chrome developer tools... is it bc my JSON contains nested JSON?
I'm the creator of Restangular. So, when you're doing a getList, Restangular expects to get an Array as the response. In your case, when you're getting a list and the path is availableCourses, you're returning a string (the title) which has properties. So you're creating a "special" string with properties, it's not really common, nor compatible with Restangular. If you want to get the list of all available courses, you need to return an array as the new response. So, what's the exact response from the server when you do the getList? If you giv eme that, I'll be able to help you easier on how to create this response extarctor. Also take a look to this MongoLab example :), maybe It'll help you. http://plnkr.co/edit/d6yDka?p=preview Bests!

Categories : Angularjs

Is it possible to create nested JSON objects in haskell using Text.JSON?
Text.JSON allows you to nest objects, as you can see by the type definition: data JSValue = JSNull | JSBool !Bool | JSRational !Rational | JSString JSString | JSArray [JSValue] | JSObject (JSObject JSValue) newtype JSObject e = JSONObject { fromJSObject :: [(String, e)] } The type is recursive - JSValues may be JSObjects which in turn may be dictionaries of JSValues.

Categories : Json

Rails dataTables jquery-datatables-column-filter
Did you drop the Column Filter plugin js into your /vender/assets/javascripts dir? And, then reference in your application.js: //= require jquery.dataTables.columnFilter

Categories : Ruby On Rails

how to load datagrid of easyui with json data on click of a button 'search' and how to pass parameter as json object>?
try like this, function searchUserResult(){ $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: 'somurl', dataType: 'json', data:$('#searchUser').serialize(), }).done(function( responseJson ) { $('#search_gridresult').datagrid('loadData', responseJson ); }); }

Categories : Spring

Get simple JSON Parameter from a JSON request in JAX-RS
According to this documentation there are 6 parameter-based annotations used to extract parameters from a request, and no one seems to be for JSON parameters.

Categories : Java

VB.NET Filling multiple datatables in same dataset, NO SQL - Error
You must create an instance of your DataSet1. For example: Dim ds1 As New DataSet1 Dim newCustomersRow As DataRow = ds1.Tables("Customers").NewRow() newCustomersRow("CustomerID") = "ALFKI" newCustomersRow("CompanyName") = "Alfreds Futterkiste" ds1.Tables("Customers").Rows.Add(newCustomersRow) This will create your DataSet1 object reference

Categories : Vb.Net

IE8 long running script error when using DataTables
I think you might split up your function in 3 functions: Before the if statement. Processing the oInit.aaData After the if statement Here is the code split up in 3 functions: function beforeIf(){ if (bUsePassedData) { procesData(oSettings,oInit.aaData.concat()); } else if (oSettings.bDeferLoading || (oSettings.sAjaxSource === null && oSettings.ajax === null)) { _fnAddTr(oSettings, $(oSettings.nTBody).children('tr')); } afterIF(); } function processData(oSettings,arr){ //process in chuncks of 50; // setTimeout takes a long time in IE // it'll noticibly slow donw your script when // only processing one item at the time var tmp=arr.splice(0,50); for (var i = 0, len = tmp.length; i < len; i++) { _fnAddDa

Categories : Javascript

Nested List as a Parameter in WCF web service
When you add your Service Reference and the dialog pops up you can click the Advanced... button in the lower left and change the Collection type drop-down from System.Array to System.Collection.GenericList this will then change the proxy that is created and use List<...> instead of [...] when collections are used. In addition, if you have already added your Service Reference you can right-click on the Service Reference within the Solution tree and click Configure Service Reference... from the context-menu. This will show the same "Advanced" dialog mentioned above.

Categories : C#

What is the error denotes in Android(JSON) Error parsing data org.json.JSONException:
It simply means that the String (say, some_string) you have given as input to the new JSONArray(some_string) can not be converted to a JSON Array because the string does not follow the required json array format. An example of a proper JSON Array string is given below [ { "title":"title_1", "name":"name_1" }, { "title":"title_2", "name":"name_2" } ]

Categories : Android

Visio VBA: Invalid Parameter in Nested Loop
I don't have Visio on my computer but are you certain that the first nested loop worked? I have doubt in lngs = ActiveDocument.Pages(1)... with Dim lngs() As Long: Excel VBA will throw "Type mismatch" error with trying to store arr = Array(1,2) with Dim arr() As Long. Better off Dim lngs As Variant even if you know it's an array of Long being returned. The second nested loop works in theory.

Categories : Vba

Instance parameter not being passed in nested inlines form
here's a complete forms.py you can base your code on from django import forms from django.forms.formsets import DELETION_FIELD_NAME from django.forms.models import BaseInlineFormSet, BaseModelFormSet, inlineformset_factory from .models import Disease, Indicator, IndicatorValue class BaseIndicatorFormSet(BaseInlineFormSet): def save_new(self, form, commit=True): instance = super(BaseIndicatorFormSet, self).save_new(form, commit=commit) form.instance = instance for nested in form.nested: nested.instance = instance for cd in nested.cleaned_data: cd[nested.fk.name]=instance return instance def add_fields(self, form, index): super(BaseIndicatorFormSet, self).add_fields(form, index) try:

Categories : Django

Java nested generic class with only one type parameter
The generic type parameter Pair<T> is not valid; you just need to declare <T> and use it when implementing the interface. // Just <T> here; Added missing (2nd) '>' class PairStream<T> implements Stream<Pair<T>> { public Pair<T> get() { /* ... */ } }

Categories : Java

Calling fnGetPosition on datatables.net throws "Cannot call method 'toUpperCase' of undefined" error
table.fnGetPosition(); expects a DOM node and you're passing a jQuery object. Change it from: table.fnGetPosition($('#row_' + id)); to table.fnGetPosition($('#row_' + id)[0]);

Categories : Javascript

How can I save and show nested model's radio button parameter?
Yes you can, You did this: @checked_answers = params[:questions] Now you have this in @checked_answers: {"8"=>{"answer"=>"28"}, "7"=>{"answer"=>"24"}, "6"=>{"answer"=>"21"}} Do this in your view : @checked_answers.each_with_index do |ques, answer| "Question No #{ques}" "Correct Answer #{answer}" Or if these are the ids of questions & answers, you can find them in you database as well. Thanks

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Pass nested class by reference as parameter in unit test method
The parameter in readDB() is specifying a type, not a parameter variable. Try this: public class MyClass { public void readDB(ref OtherClass.aNestedClass myNestedClassInstance) { //do some DB reading, modify strings in class passed by ref. } }

Categories : C#

Java nested wildcard bound types multiple times or as generic type parameter
If I understand what you intend to do, it would change the semantics of your class. Right now in your current class, you could have for example: class T1 extends Type {} class T2 extends Type {} class C1 extends Criteria<T1> {} class C2 extends Criteria<T2> {} class C3 extends Criteria<T2> {} class F1 extends Filter<C1> {} class Manager extends AbstractManager<F1> {} And then, even though Manager is based on F1, some user code would be perfectly legal if it did: Manager m = new Manager(); C2 c2 = new C2(); C3 c3 = new C3(); m.setCriteria(Arrays.asList(new C2[]{c2}); m.doSomethingWithCriteria(Arrays.asList(new C3[]{c3}); I don't know if it was your intent, but it is legal (from a compiler point of view). However, if you were somehow able to name that wild

Categories : Java

Create nested JSON from CSV
The csv module will handle the CSV reading nicely - including handling line breaks that are within quotes. import csv with open('my_csv.csv') as csv_file: for row in csv.reader(csv_file): # do work The csv.reader object is an iterator - you can iterate through the rows in the CSV by using a for loop. Each row is a list, so you can get each field as row[0], row[1], etc. Be aware that this will load the first row (which just contains field names in your case). As we have field names given to us in the first row, we can use csv.DictReader so that fields in each row can be accessed as row['id'], row['name'], etc. This will also skip the first row for us: import csv with open('my_csv.csv') as csv_file: for row in csv.DictReader(csv_file): # do work For the JSON export

Categories : Python

Json nested parameters
Try this. var actionLinks = new List<string>(); var actions = post["actions"] as JArray; // if this works then all is well foreach(var item in actions) { actionLinks.Add((string)item["link"]); } I think you can also use some fancy Linq with this like var actionLinks = ((JArray)post["actions"]) .Children<JObject>() .Select(a => (string)a["link"]) .ToList(); Very un-tested. Just let me know.

Categories : C#

Nested JSON From PHP Array
Call array_values on your array: $data = json_encode(array_values($info)); This removes your named indexes and converts them to numerical ones instead, so json_encode should treat your array as an indexed (and not an associative) array.

Categories : PHP

deserialise nested xml via json.net
When you use JsonConvert.SerializeXmlNode(doc) to transform your XML document to a JSON string, the JSON that is generated looks like this: { "?xml": { "@version":"1.0" }, "Parameters": { "AParameters": { ... }, "BParameters": { ... } } } Note that the Parameters data is not at the root, but is inside an outer object. So when you try to deserialize the JSON directly into a Parameters class, none of the properties line up because they are all one level further down. Since JSON.Net is unable to match up the field names in the class to the JSON data, it simply uses default values. To fix this you can do one of two things. 1) Fix your XML to JSON transformation so that the Parameter

Categories : C#

Nested arrays in JSON
I'm not sure what is the question, but an object like that would be this: { X : [ { id: "1", name: "Student z", }, { id: "2", name: "Student b", } ], N : [ { id: "3", name: "Student c", }, { id: "4", name: "Student a", } ] } Is that what you wanted?

Categories : PHP

Knockout mapping for nested json
The code is absolutely not clean, but it seems to work: http://jsfiddle.net/ezg5U/ Basically, I track the path within the json data and dynamically set KO bindings like data-bind="'text: values()[0]._values()[1].key'" Also the textarea elements have the "value: " binding, thus storing the updated data in the view model. The DIV below the table is updated automatically and shows the value of the nested key: vm.values()[0]._values()[0].key() - so you can see that the model is actually updated when a user changes the value.

Categories : Javascript

nested json in backboneJS view
Since the drilldown is directly set as a model attribute, you would first use model.get('drilldown'). Then we get to data as a property with model.get('drilldown').data and then iterate over the data property which is an array: for (var i = 0, data = model.get('drilldown').data; i < data.length; i++) { // Each array element data[i] has a x and y property console.log(data[i].x, data[i].y); // Logs 1.3722057e+12, 67.84 }

Categories : Json

Nested json object in ember
The reason why this is not working is because down your JSON structure you have plain javascript objects. For ember to be aware of changes and bindings to work you always need to use the framework's methods like Ember.Object.create (like you already do with App.account), objectAt(0), pushObject() etc. to create your data structure. This way your bindings and everything else will then work as expected. Edit in response to your last comment A simplistic very straight forward way would be to change your code to this: App.account = Ember.Object.create({ id: 1812, name: 'Brokerage Account', positions: Ember.A([ Ember.Object.create({ symbol: 'AAPL', quantity: '300', company: Ember.A([ Ember.Object.create({ no: '1', name: 'test' }

Categories : Ember Js

Javascript & Nested JSON issues
Remove the , at the end of each "rating": "urlhere" there was a ] missing on the third last line, below is a valid json object var searchresults = [{ "providerlisting": [{ "nametitle": "Cory M Spears, MD, FACP", "caretype": "Internal Medicine", "preferredProvider": true, "address1": "289 N. Highland Ave.", "address2": "", "cityStateZip": "Atlanta, GA 30306", "coverage": "/images/example.png", "status": "Out of Network", "psn": "", "dcontact": "urlhere", "save": "urlhere", "rating": "urlhere" }, { "nametitle": "Jimmy Dean, MD, FACP", "caretype": "External Medicine", "preferredProvider": false, "a

Categories : Javascript

Converting nested tables to JSON
There is a library which converts table to json format: https://github.com/lightswitch05/table-to-json i hope it helps.

Categories : Jquery

JSON (de)serializing for nested classes
class YEncoder(json.JSONEncoder): def encode(self, obj): return json.dumps({ 'm': json.dumps({ k: json.dumps(v, cls=XEncoder) for k, v in obj.m.items()})}) class YDecoder(json.JSONDecoder): def decode(self, json_string): y.m = {k: json.loads(v, cls=XDecoder) for k, v in json.loads(json.loads(json_string)['m']).items()} return y

Categories : Python



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