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json inside a json object not handling properly
Your third line currently has a syntax error because a : is expected where the = is, and also JavaScript is case sensitive so you need a capital J in Json1 to match the variable on the first line (or change that variable to a lowercase j): var json2 = {"ID":12345, data : Json1 }; If you did that you'd find that json2.data.name returned "OMAR". Also, the data variable and data as a property of the second object are not the same thing. Also, terminology nitpick: there's no such thing as a JSON object. For more details about working with JavaScript objects, MDN has an article titled, conveniently, "Working with objects".

Categories : Javascript

JSON.NET: Serialize json string property into json object
You need a converter to do that, here is an example: public class RawJsonConverter : JsonConverter { public override void WriteJson(JsonWriter writer, object value, JsonSerializer serializer) { writer.WriteRawValue(value.ToString()); } public override object ReadJson(JsonReader reader, Type objectType, object existingValue, JsonSerializer serializer) { throw new NotImplementedException(); } public override bool CanConvert(Type objectType) { return typeof(string).IsAssignableFrom(objectType); } public override bool CanRead { get { return false; } } } Then decorate your class with it: public class Foo { public int Id; [JsonConverter(typeof(RawJsonConverter))] public string RawData; } Then, when you use:

Categories : C#

@JsonProperty Json object inside Json object
A helpful reference for using @JsonProperty annotations in a constructor is provided by StaxMan. A simple example shown below: public class Address { private String address; private String city; private String state; private String zip; // Constructors, getters/setters } public class Location { private boolean needsRecoding; private Double longitude; private Double latitude; private Address humanAddress; public Location() { super(); } @JsonCreator public Location( @JsonProperty("needs_recoding") boolean needsRecoding, @JsonProperty("longitude") Double longitude, @JsonProperty("latitude") Double latitude, @JsonProperty("human_address") Address humanAddress) { super(); this.needs

Categories : Java

how to make json object from an element in json object with unique values in underscore js
var col = [ { "MerchantName": "Fashion and You", "BrandList": " Nike, Fila", "MerchantImage": "Fashion-You-medium.jpeg" }, { "MerchantName": "Fashion and You", "BrandList": " Levis, Fasttrack, Fila", "MerchantImage": "Fashion-You-medium.jpeg" }, { "MerchantName": "ebay", "BrandList": "Nokia,HTC,Samsung", "MerchantImage": "ebay.jpeg" }, { "MerchantName": "amazon", "BrandList": "Apple,Dell,Samsung", "MerchantImage": "amazon.jpeg" }, { "MerchantName": "amazon", "BrandList": " pepe jeans, peter england, red tape", "MerchantImage, Fila": "amazon.jpeg" } ]; var brands = []; //get unique brands _.each(col, function(i){ brands = _.union

Categories : Javascript

json database get image setting data for json using while loop carousel type jquery json
Look for a jquery carousel plugin. http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/tools/jquery-carousel-plugins/ http://www.webdesigntunes.com/freebies/30-amazing-free-jquery-slider-and-carousel-plugins-of-2013/ Edit: does this help? $data = array(); $x = 0; while ($test = mysql_fetch_array($query)) { $data[$x]['content'] = "<div class='slide_inner'><a class='photo_link' href='#'><img class='photo' src='{$test['image']}' alt='Bike'></a><a class='caption' href='#'>Sample Carousel Pic Goes Here And The Best Part is that...</a></div>"; $data[$x]['content_button'] = "<div class='thumb'><img src='{$test['thumb']}' alt='bike is nice'></div><p>Agile Carousel Place Holder</p>"; $x++; } echo json_encode($data);

Categories : PHP

Why is no constructor needed of the object, deserialized from a json string, using ServiceStack Json Serializer
Default (no parameters) constructor is created by the compiler if no constructors are specified. The compiler does that when and only when NO constructors exist. If you create ANY constructor in your class this compiler behaviour will no longer apply. (Try creating a constructor with at least one parameter to see what will happen) Deserialization will involve two steps - create empty object using default (no parameters) constructor and than set all values. If you class does NOT have default (no parameters) constructor - either created by yourself explicitly or by the compiler - deserialization will fail. Deserialization never uses parametrised constructors as it is impossible for it to guess the correct constructor to use. Example: deserialization can not distinguish between Constructor

Categories : C#

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

when we serialize serializable object using JSON.Net, JSON string is different from DatacontractJSON serializer
Unless you are always communicating from WCF to WCF, your best bet is probably going to be to use the Newtonsoft serializer. Unfortunately, the MS serializer seems to follow some Microsoft-specific standards that do not match the standards that many web apps expect. Newtonsoft's serializer seems to be more standard, and even MS uses it for WebAPI, and in the Web API http client (nuget will pull it down for you). Here's another difference that you will find -- try serializing a DateTime type. You will find that the DataContract serialzer serializes the value in a different format that is not compatible with other JSON (you will notice some slashes in it). My understanding is that that alternate format was used by some of the AJAX WebForm controls, but it's specific to Microsoft Webforms

Categories : C#

Rendering json Object with express and jade - Can't access json fields
The output of your DB query returns the result as an array, so you need to send as data[0] to the product template, so that you can access directly the values else you need to access as result[0].name etc. /*Route to Product Views*/ app.get('/product/:id', function(req, res){ Product.find({_id: req.params.id}, function (error, data) { if(error){ console.log(error); } else { console.log("DATA :" + data[0]); //correct json object res.render('product',{ title: 'Product Template', result: data[0] } ); } }); }) Jade Template: !!! 5 html

Categories : Json

json request failed to pass json object to php var_dump is empty
Replace ; with , from this line, type: {type: tipo, subtype: sottotipo}; Should be, type: {type: tipo, subtype: sottotipo}, There is an error SyntaxError: missing } after property list in your script, and always use tools like mozilla's firebug addon, when you are processing with ajax requests. You can see the above error in firebug's console panel.

Categories : PHP

How to directly write to a JSON object (ObjectNode) from ObjectMapper in Jackson JSON?
You need to make use of ObjectMapper#valueToTree() instead. This will construct equivalent JSON Tree representation. Functionally same as if serializing value into JSON and parsing JSON as tree, but more efficient. You don't need to write the User object out to a JSON file, if that's not required. public class MyClass { private ObjectNode jsonObj; public ObjectNode getJson() { ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper(); // some code to generate the Object user... JsonNode jsonNode = mapper.valueToTree(user); if (jsonNode.isObject()) { jsonObj = (ObjectNode) jsonNode; return jsonObj; } return null; } }

Categories : Java

Create a empty JSON object from an existing JSON object array
You can use an object literal to store whatever you want. It is just a bag of properties (i.e. name) and values. e.g. var order = {}; Then an array literal could be used to hold the orders. e.g var orders = []; orders.push(order); But it would be just as easy to use another object literal with the id as a property. But it seems like you want some sort of validation. Perhaps something to manage the order data and handle the validation, etc. Like so: orderManager.dataStore = { _data: {}, //_redundantData = []; //could easily store in an array if id isn't unique get: function (id) { return this._data[id]; }, getAll: function () { return this._data; }, set: function (id, order) { validateOrder(order); this._data[id] = order; }, clear: function (id)

Categories : Javascript

stringified json vs json object memory usage in mongodb
You can check the size of document with Object.bsonsize() in the mongoshell For example: > Object.bsonsize({}) 5 > Object.bsonsize({a:''}) 13 > Object.bsonsize({a:'',b:''}) 21 > Object.bsonsize({a:'',b:'',c:''}) 29 > Object.bsonsize({a:{a:'',b:'',c:''}}) 37 > Object.bsonsize({a:{a:'',b:''}}) 29 > Object.bsonsize({a:{a:''}}) 21 > Object.bsonsize({a:"{a:'',b:'',c:''}"}) 29 > Object.bsonsize({a:"{a:'',b:''}"}) 24 > Object.bsonsize({a:"{a:''}"}) 19 > Object.bsonsize({a:""}) 13 > Object.bsonsize({ab:""}) 14 > Object.bsonsize({abc:""}) 15 It looks like for me that empty doc is 5 byte one empty string is 7 byte plus each character in the name is 1 byte and each in the content is 1 byte.

Categories : Json

How to parse json array without json object title in android?
This is a JSONArray and not a JSONObject - to make a JSONObject from it, use JSONObject jsonObject = jsonArray.getJSONObject(0); this gets the first JSONObject from this JSONArray. If you have multiple JSONObjects, use this: JSONObject jsonObject; for(int n = 0; n < jsonArray.length(); n++) { jsonObject = jsonArray.getJSONObject(n); } To get the values: jsonObject.getString("name");

Categories : Android

Why does this simple JSON object throw an error with JSON.parse?
JSON.parse expects a string. The value of t is a javascript object, so it doesn't need to be parsed. If you had: var t = "{"message":"ok, Heru we go!"}"; then JSON.parse would be what you were after.

Categories : Javascript

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

Android- create JSON Array and JSON Object
JSONObject obj = new JSONObject(); try { obj.put("id", "3"); obj.put("name", "NAME OF STUDENT"); obj.put("year", "3rd"); obj.put("curriculum", "Arts"); obj.put("birthday", "5/5/1993"); } catch (JSONException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } JSONArray js=new JSONArray(obj.toString()); JSONObject obj2 = new JSONObject(); obj2.put("student", js.toString());

Categories : Android

Why Won't Any C# JSON Class Generators Process this JSON Object?
things inside of arrays dont themselves have names so just change "entities": [ "entity": { "type": "DETECTED_TYPE", to "entities": [ { "type": "DETECTED_TYPE",

Categories : C#

c# parsing json: error reading json object
That JSON is a list not a dictionary. So what you need to do is this: string he_ident = (string)(((ArrayList)o2)[0])["he_ident"]; (Or simply loop through the list) The JSON data: {"le_ident":"06L"} Should work with the code you have there.

Categories : C#

Android Iterating JSON Array containing JSON Object
You are using the same Cast object for every entry. On each iteration you just changed the same object instead creating a new one. This code should fix it: JSONArray jCastArr = jObj.getJSONArray("abridged_cast"); ArrayList<Cast> castList= new ArrayList<Cast>(); for (int i=0; i < jCastArr.length(); i++) { Cast person = new Cast(); // create a new object here JSONObject jpersonObj = jCastArr.getJSONObject(i); person.castId = (String) jpersonObj.getString("id"); person.castFullName = (String) jpersonObj.getString("name"); castList.add(person); } details.castList = castList;

Categories : Java

Can use this as a json object? Custom string to json parser
No, that's not valid JSON. [...] encloses an array, which must be a comma-separated list of elements. You have key:value pairs in your brackets, and they're separated by semicolons. Is there a reason you're not using JSON.stringify()?

Categories : Javascript

Error adding a json object in a json localstorage
You are trying to call push on the shops object not on the c array, you could do: var oldCli = JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem('shops')).c || [];

Categories : Javascript

Order JSON object alphabetical and return to JSON object
write a compare function function compare(a,b) { if (a.name < b.name) return -1; if (a.name > b.name) return 1; return 0; } then sort your data var cities = {}; $.getJSON('http://mypage.com/json/cities.php', function(data){ data.sort(compare); $.each(data, function (k, vali) { cities[vali.cid] = vali.name; }); });

Categories : Jquery

Json Data converted to Json string but not in Json Dictionary
Well there is no error in what you are doing and the log says clearly you are getting a NSDictionary, and If you try to log an NSDictionary it is obvious you get a json string response.See this line NSLog(@" dicjson : %@ json string : %@ error : %@",dicJsonRequest,strJsonRequest,convertError.localizedDescription); Here the NDDictionary contains the value correctly since the log shows dicjson : { email = "test@test.com"; name = abcd; password = test; } So you have a valid dictionary in hand.Just do the remaining coding

Categories : Iphone

Sending many json objects with one object json
On the Django REST page, it says: Note that nested relationships are currently read-only. "Read Only" would make posting a little difficult ;)

Categories : Django

Deserializing JSON Object Array with Json.net
You can create a new model to Deserialize your Json CustomerJson: public class CustomerJson { [JsonProperty("customer")] public Customer Customer { get; set; } } public class Customer { [JsonProperty("first_name")] public string Firstname { get; set; } [JsonProperty("last_name")] public string Lastname { get; set; } ... } And you can deserialize your json easily : JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<List<CustomerJson>>(json); Hope it helps ! Documentation: Serializing and Deserializing JSON

Categories : C#

Modifying a JSON object with lift-json
This is ugly as it uses a mutable variable and it also uses json4s (which uses lift-json under the hood), but it works: import org.json4s.JsonAST._ import org.json4s.native.JsonMethods._ import org.json4s.JsonDSL._ object JsonTesting { def main(args: Array[String]) { val john = ("id" -> 1) ~ ("name" -> "Foo") ~ ("nested" -> ("id" -> 2) ~ ("name" -> "Bar")) var changed = false val john2 = john transformField { case JField("name", _) if !changed => changed = true JField("name", "foo") } } } I could not find a more clean way to tell it to either only traverse one level of depth or to be aware of depth for each node checked so I would only make the switch on the first level of de

Categories : Scala

Json object contain json array parsing
What exactly do you want to parse? If what you want is to get access to the data inside test1, for example, you need to retrieve test[1] then get the data out of there. If you are wondering why are you seeing the name of the object in the list, my guess is that you have a toString where you are only displaying the name of the object, in the class that you are adding to that list. Another thing to note, that json that you showed to us in the output, is not valid json. Or rather, it has got 2 fields with the same name, which is not recommended as an object can only have 1 field with the same name. Can you post all the code that you are using for creating and parsing the json? Also, have you considered using GSON? A very simple and powerful JSON library from Google.

Categories : Java

Decoding JSON-like object using the json module
Simple fix would be to use ast.literal_eval, >>> data = ''' ... { ... "nine": 9, ... "ten": 0xA, ... "eleven": 11 ... } ... ''' >>> import ast >>> ast.literal_eval(data) {'eleven': 11, 'nine': 9, 'ten': 10}

Categories : Python

How to store the JSON array inside JSON Array result and display in the listview?
Just create class JsonHolder like this: public class JsonHolder{ int RequestID; String Product; String Currency; String etc... } Then create ArrayList of JsonHolder's objects ArrayList<JsonHolder>data = new ArrayList(); Then just in your circle, where you parse json, after parsing every json array item, create JsonHolder object and add it to ArrayList data. So you will have all your json objects like custom objects and the will be store in ArrayList.

Categories : Java

Getting a value from a JSON array inside an object
industryIdentifiers is an array so you will need to access it's elements by index, not by name: var industryIdentifiers = bookDetails.volumeInfo.industryIdentifiers; //get a reference to the array for brevity for(var i=0; i< industryIdentifiers.length; i++) { //loop through all industryIdentifiers var type = industryIdentifiers[i].type; //access industryIdentifiers by index if(type === 'ISBN_10') { //test if this is the ISBN_10 identifier $('#ISBN').text(type); } }

Categories : Jquery

Finding my object inside JSON by its ID
Try a linear search: var searchId = "30"; for(var i = 0; i < json.length; i++) { if(json[i].ID == searchId) { // Found it. // break; } }

Categories : Javascript

i am not getting json response, instead getting json object.. how to fix it
$.getJSON doesn't return the JSON. It is asynchronous. Calling return in the callback won't change this. Instead, use this: var JsonHandler = function(callback){ return { json : function(url){ return $.getJSON(url, callback); } } }; (function ($) { var path = "js/data.json"; var getJson = new JsonHandler(function(data){console.log(data)}); getJson.json(path); })(jQuery);

Categories : Jquery

deserialize json into .net object using json.net
Sample: var container = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<ContainerClass>(json); JContainer content = (JContainer)container.ClassContent; switch(container.ClassType) { case "Class1": return container.ToObject(typeof(ClassOne)); .. }

Categories : C#

how to get json object from json array
every time that your function fired you have your array child on cusobj. now on this sample json you have 4 child [{ "id0": 0, "name0": "Test hd", "customerType0": "Company", "businessType0": "Buyer", "city0": "Thirunelveli" }, { "id1": 1, "name1": "Abcd abcdefghij", "customerType1": "Company", "businessType1": "Buyer", "city1": "Varanasi" }, { "id2": 2, "name2": "test ", "customerType2": "Company", "businessType2": "Buyer", "city2": "Erode" }, { "id3": 3, "name3": "New customer", "customerType3": "Company", "businessType3": "Buyer", "city3": "Coimbatore" }] and every time you have one of them on cusobj you can easyli access them using cusobj.name3 , cusobj.id3 EDIT : also you

Categories : Json

functions inside $.each execute only for first JSON object
it should be $.each(Levels, function(key, value){ var v = value; $('<li class="icon' + key + '">' + '<a class="Tip" href="#' + key + '" title="' + v.TTtitle + '">t</a>' + '</li>').appendTo('ul'); }); Demo: Fiddle But if you want to create a list of functions and execute them later then try var addIcons = []; $.each(Levels, function(key, value){ var v = value; addIcons.push(function(){ $( '<li class="icon' + key + '">'+ '<a class="Tip" href="#' + key + '" title="' + v.TTtitle +'"></a>'+ '</li&

Categories : Jquery

how to loop through Json result object inside object array
I'd suggest that if your data is consistent, then you're better off working directly with the format and not looping through everything to find keys and values. I created a Fiddle using your code (skipping the AJAX part.) and for contrast another Fiddle with the following code: var success = function (data) { var product, i, len, $output = $('.resultJson'); for (i = 0, len = data.length; i < len; i++) { product = data[i]; console.log('Object: ' + i); var details = product.ProductDetails; var MSRP = product.ProductDetails.MSRP; var price = product.ProductDetails.Price; console.log(details); console.log(MSRP); console.log(price); $output.append("<br />"); $output.append("ProductId: " + product

Categories : Javascript

Count Objects inside parent JSON Object
You seem to want to get the first element. You may do this : var count = 0; for (var k in data) { // only simple cross browser way to get the first property var obj = data[k]; for (var key in obj) { count++; } break; // no need to go further, we have counted in "AA1 1AA" } Note that I removed the hasOwnProperty check : it's totally useless for JSON parsed data. Note that modern browsers have additional facilities, like Object.keys

Categories : Javascript

Accessing JSON array node inside an object
Here's some sample code that should help you. This prints out "data". package com.sandbox; import org.json.JSONArray; import org.json.JSONException; import org.json.JSONObject; public class Sandbox { public static void main(String[] args) throws JSONException { String input = "[ " + "{ " + " "dependencies": [ "data" " + " ] " + "} " + "]"; JSONArray start = new JSONArray(input); JSONObject jsonObject = start.getJSONObject(0); JSONArray dependencies = jsonObject.getJSONArray("dependencies"); String data = dependencies.getString(0); System.out.println(data); } } Here's my maven dependency: <dependency> <groupId>org.json<

Categories : Java

Parsing JSON Object inside Array in Jackson
Maybe not the cleanest solution, but I tested it and it's working, using an Iterator for listes: ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper(); UserDetails userDetails = new UserDetails(); try { userDetails = mapper.readValue(fileReader, UserDetails.class); System.out.println(userDetails.getFirst_name()); System.out.println(userDetails.getLast_name()); List<User_user> users = new ArrayList<User_user>(); JsonNode rootNode = mapper.readTree(fileReader); JsonNode usersNode = rootNode.path("user_user"); Iterator<JsonNode> ite = usersNode.elements(); while (ite.hasNext()) { JsonNode temp = ite.next(); User_user user

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