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JSON.parse for parsing a json list to javascript array doesn't work
You don't have to parse it, because jQuery does it for you and passed it to your callback function in the data argument. $.getJSON() does not return the JSON. So: $(document).ready(function () { var idContact = @ViewData["IdPhysique"]; var Url = "/Accueil/DonneListeFonctionContact"; $.getJSON(Url, { IdContact: idContact }, function (data) { // here data is an array because jQuery already parsed the JSON // data.length is what you need to test }); }); EDIT: Also the "JSON" response that you show in your question is not valid JSON. Property names must be double-quoted, and so must string values, so it should be: [{"IdFonction":734, "LibellFonction":"Clercs"}, ...

Categories : Javascript

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#

Merge json-object and populate next/prev items
Two thoughts: Create your keyframe objects with a prototype behind them, e.g.: var proto = {top: 0, width: 100}; var keyframe = { 0: Object.create(proto), // Inherits everything 1000: Object.create(proto, { // Inherits only width top: {value: 100} }, 2000: Object.create(proto, { // Inherits only top width: {value: 100} }) }; Do it the manual way, using for-in (spec, article) and in (spec): var obj, key; for (key in keyframe) { obj = keyframe[key]; if (!('top' in obj)) { obj.top = 0; } if (!('width' in obj)) { obj.width = 100; } } for-in loops through the names of the enumerable properties of the object. in checks to see if an object as a property with a given name (its own, or on its

Categories : Javascript

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

Parsing a JSON object-within-an-object in javascript
I have tried below json structure var json={ "cj-api": { "products": [ { "$": { "total-matched": "231746", "records-returned": "999", "page-number": "1" }, "product": [] } ] } } now json['cj-api']['products'][0]['product'] will work

Categories : Javascript

JSON object parsing PHP
Try the following: //northeast $lat = $directions->routes[0]->bounds->northeast->lat; $lng = $directions->routes[0]->bounds->northeast->lng; and ////southwest $lat = $directions->routes[0]->bounds->southwest->lat; $lng = $directions->routes[0]->bounds->southwest->lng;

Categories : PHP

Mapping JSON with knockout fails to populate type defined object properties
Because your RootTarget is declared as an ko.observable which is a function so you need to call it with empty args () to get its value and access the stored object. So you just need to change your bindings and add the missing (): <p>RootTarget.ID: <input data-bind="value: RootTarget().ID" /></p> <p>RootTarget.Name: <input data-bind="value: RootTarget().Name" /></p> Demo JSFiddle. Or you can use here the with binding <p>Quick test of RootTarget Values</p> <!-- ko with: RootTarget --> <p>RootTarget.ID: <input data-bind="value: ID" /></p> <p>RootTarget.Name: <input data-bind="value: Name" /></p> <!-- /ko --> Demo JSFiddle. It has some nice advantages: you don't have to repeat Root

Categories : Javascript

Parsing JSON object in Objective-C
Issue solve..... I made another NSArray that accessed the second key element of the given dictionary object and I was able to get all the given values..... Kinda a hack workaround and makes the program less efficient.... NSArray *array = [graphStartDate objectAtIndex:1]; Not exactly sure how to get rid of the null object but I'll go into more detail with the developers who wrote the web server in javascript to understand whats REALLY going on....

Categories : Json

Actionscript3 parsing json with an object
I think you need to use a JSON parser. Use the one from this link: https://github.com/mikechambers/as3corelib 1: Add the com folder to your project directory or add it to your default class path. 2: Adapt this code to your liking. I am not sure how you're getting a literal object from the API. It really should just be a string unless you're using some sort of AMF. Regardless... import com.adobe.serialization.json.*; var data:String = '{"prodotti":[{"titolo":"test","marca":"","modello":"","cilindrata":"","potenza":"","alimentazione":"","images":{"img":[{"thumb":"admin/uploads/img_usato/small/qekabw95L5WH1ALf6.jpg","big":"admin/uploads/img_usato/big/qekabw95L5WH1ALf6.jpg"},{"thumb":"admin/uploads/img_usato/small/default.jpg","big":"admin/uploads/img_usato/big/default.jpg"}]}},{"titolo":"M

Categories : Json

Parsing a json object which has many fields
I don't know json4s but in Jersey with Jackson, for example, you can use a Map to hold the Json data or you can use a POJO with all those names. Sometimes its better to have the names. It makes the code much easier to understand. Sometimes its better to use a Map. For example, if the field names change from time to time. If I recall it correctly, using pure Jackson you do something like this: String jsonString = ....; // This is the string of JSON stuff JsonFactory factory = new JsonFactory(); ObjectMapper mapper = new ObjectMapper(factory); // A Jackson class Map<String,Object> data = mapper.readValue(jsonString, HashMap.class); You can use a TypeReference to make it a little cleaner as regards the generics. Jackson docs tell more about it. There is also more here: StackOve

Categories : Java

Parsing Unicode JSON object in PHP 5.3
Try adding this to your script (and leave out the preg_replace): header('Content-Type: application/json; Charset=UTF-8'); Solution two : $tweets_file = file_get_contents('cache/'.$queried_user.'-tweets.txt', FILE_TEXT);

Categories : PHP

Json Parsing Without Root Object
NSString *str=[[NSString alloc]initWithBytes:[webdata mutableBytes] length:[webdata length] encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding]; NSMutableDictionary *result = [NSJSONSerialization JSONObjectWithData:[str dataUsingEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding] options:0 error:nil]; NSArray *weddingPhotos = [[[[result valueForKey:@"f1"] valueForKey:@"Photos"] valueForKey:@"Wedding"] valueForKeyPath:@"Photo_name"]; NSLog(@"%@",weddingPhotos); NSArray *ceremonyPhotos = [[[[result valueForKey:@"f1"] valueForKey:@"Photos"] valueForKey:@"Ceremony"] valueForKeyPath:@"Photo_name"]; NSLog(@"%@",ceremonyPhotos); Try this. (not tested)

Categories : Iphone

Parsing JSON Array Object in ROR
See documentation for the collect method. irb(main):008:0> parameters = {"list"=>[{"amount"=>"120", "status"=>"done", "itemno"=>"w01", "name"=>"t01"}]} => {"list"=>[{"status"=>"done", "amount"=>"120", "itemno"=>"w01", "name"=>"t01"}]} irb(main):009:0> parameters["list"] => [{"status"=>"done", "amount"=>"120", "itemno"=>"w01", "name"=>"t01"}] irb(main):010:0> parameters["list"].collect{|list| p list} {"status"=>"done", "amount"=>"120", "itemno"=>"w01", "name"=>"t01"} => [nil]

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Issue in parsing json object
You've not provided enough code, but it appears as though your message is already parsed, and therefore you have an Object instead of a string. That said, the JSON data you show in your question is invalid JSON. Not sure if that's the actual response you're getting, or if you altered it. When you do need to parse JSON, use JSON.parse(). No need to do it manually. As I stated above, you're already parsing the JSON. var objResponse = $.parseJSON(messageObj.responseText);

Categories : Javascript

JSON Nested Object Parsing
You need to assign the value and use the value in the callback function like this. Because the data is returned asynchronously. If you put the console.log outside the callback, it will be evaluated before the data arrives. $.getJSON('summer.json', function(d) { data = d; console.log(data["ResponseJSON"]); });

Categories : Javascript

android parsing json object to listview
you have make changes in this ListViewLoaderTask.. maybe u r getting error while returning the adapter as it does'nt contain any list. { "id": 912345678902, "text": "@android_newb just use android.util.JsonReader!", "geo": [ 50.454722, -104.606667 ], "user": { "name": "jesse", "followers_count": 2 } } [{ "id": 912345678902, "text": "@android_newb just use android.util.JsonReader!", "geo": [ 50.454722, -104.606667 ], "user": { "name": "jesse", "followers_count": 2 } }] String strJson = "{ " + " "countries":[ " + "{" + ""countryname": "India","+ ""flag": "+ R.drawable.india + ","+ ""language": "Hindi","+ ""

Categories : Android

Jackson JSON parsing, how to map 2 possible obejcts into one master object
You won't be able to sort it out like that. RestEasy will look at your class C and it won't be able to figure out if your response object contains a class A or a List<B>. You can solve this sort of deal like this: public <T> T returnEntityIfValid(ClientResponse response, Class clazz) { try { return (T) response.getEntity(clazz); } catch (RuntimeException ex) { final A node = (A) response.getEntity(A.class); throw new RuntimeException("ERROR: " + node.toString()); } } The idea is we'll be expecting a specified type, but since the Response object obscures it from us we have to just try and grab the entity. If the response object contains your entity class A it will return it with no problem. Otherwise, it will try and extract it, but throw

Categories : Json

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

Categories : Android

I have the error of parsing a JSON object to String in Android
As it said in android API documentation: public JSONArray getJSONArray (String name) Returns the value mapped by name if it exists and is a JSONArray. Throws JSONException if the mapping doesn't exist or is not a JSONArray. In your case you don't check if JSON object in Response have field status with value of 1. If it's 0, JSONException will be thrown on the line mComments = json.getJSONArray(TAG_POSTS);. Because you have array posts only with status = 1

Categories : PHP

Parsing + Evaluating Expressions From JSON Object without using Eval()?
Something like var obj = JSON.parse(str); switch (obj.style.operator){ case '=': if (window[obj.style.condition] === obj.style){//assuming that the conditions are global object.color = obj.style; } break; ... }

Categories : Javascript

Android JSON object Parsing, unable to get status
For this specific json string {"Sam":{"status":"available","classkey":"dotnet"}} you need to do try { JSONObject jObj = (new JSONObject(json)).getJSONObject("Sam"); String status = jObj.getString("status"); String classkey = jObj.getString("classkey"); } catch (JSONException e) { e.printStackTrace(); }

Categories : Android

Parsing JSON Object in jQuery and create drop downs
You are accessing your JSON incorrectly for the second dropdown. this.productType is a string, not an array, so you cannot call this.productType[0].reportNames If you change it to this.reportNames[0] then you may just get what you are looking for. Here is the updated jsFiddle Edit: Here is a new fiddle which handles showing and hiding the options based on what is already selected. It could probably use some optimization, but it works.

Categories : Jquery

Parsing JSON.stringify'd object array post data
I was able to parse the data using org.json <%@ page import="org.json.JSONObject"%> <%@ page import="org.json.JSONArray"%> <% StringBuffer jb = new StringBuffer(); String line = null; try { BufferedReader reader = request.getReader(); while ((line = reader.readLine()) != null) jb.append(line); } catch (Exception e) { /*report an error*/ } JSONArray array = new JSONArray(jb.toString()); for(int i=0;i<array.length();i++){ JSONObject jsonObj = new JSONObject(array.get(i).toString()); jsonObj.get("id") // etc } %>

Categories : Json

Getting Badrequest error while parsing json object from client side to WCF service
Try to remove objectAsJson from url. Put in your interface [OperationContract, WebInvoke(Method = "POST", BodyStyle = WebMessageBodyStyle.Wrapped, RequestFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json,UriTemplate="/GetDateTime")] string GetDateTime(); And pass your data as you do.

Categories : C#

Parsing Complicated JSON object in windows phone 8 (Dictionary Key/Value pairs)
Here's the sample converter class for you: // Warning: untested code public class DictionaryConverter: JsonConverter { public override bool CanRead { get { return true; } } public override bool CanWrite { get { return false; } } public override bool CanConvert( Type objectType ) { return objectType == typeof( Dictionary<string, string> ); } public override object ReadJson( JsonReader reader, Type objectType, object existingValue, JsonSerializer serializer ) { // Load JObject from stream JObject jObject = JObject.Load( reader ); Dictionary<string, string> res = new Dictionary<string, string>( jObject.Count ); foreach( var kvp in jObject ) res[ kvp.Key ] = (string)kvp.Value; return re

Categories : C#

$.getJSON doesn't work but having the JSON object in the script works
You are trying to make the select element before the getJSON call has finished. Put the rest of your code into the callback function of your getJSON function, like so: $.getJSON("inputjson.json", function(data){ // I have placed alert here previously and realized it doesn't go into here console.log("datd"); console.log(JSON.stringify(data,null,4)); var newObject = jsonList.json_data.data; var listItems= ""; $form = $("<form></form>"); $('#form_container').append($form); // etc }); Also note that you have a typo and some unneeded quotes - console.log("datd"); should be console.log(data); (unless you really did just want to put the word 'datd' into your log).

Categories : Javascript

how to get json response in golang
You need upper case property names in your structs in order to be used by the json packages. Upper case property names are exported properties. Lower case property names are not exported. You also need to pass the your data object by reference (&data). package main import "os" import "fmt" import "net/http" import "io/ioutil" import "encoding/json" type tracks struct { Toptracks []toptracks_info } type toptracks_info struct { Track []track_info Attr []attr_info } type track_info struct { Name string Duration string Listeners string Mbid string Url string Streamable []streamable_info Artist []artist_info Attr []track_attr_info } type attr_info struct { Country string Page string Pe

Categories : Go

How do I write a JSON Format for an object in the Java library that doesn't have an apply method?
It's not necessarily apply or unapply functions you need. It's a) a function that constructs whatever the type you need given some parameters, and b) a function that turns an instance of that type into a tuple of values (usually matching the input parameters.) The apply and unapply functions you get for free with a Scala case class just happen to do this, so it's convenient to use them. But you can always write your own. Normally you could do this with anonymous functions like so: import java.sql.Timestamp import play.api.libs.functional.syntax._ import play.api.libs.json._ implicit val timestampFormat: Format[Timestamp] = ( (__ "time").format[Long] )((long: Long) => new Timestamp(long), (ts: Timestamp) => (ts.getTime)) However! In this case you fall foul of a limitation wit

Categories : Java

Golang parse a json with DYNAMIC key
I believe you want something like this: type Person struct { Name string `json:"name"` Age int `json:"age"` } type Info map[string]Person Then, after decoding this works: fmt.Printf("%s: %d ", info["bvu62fu6dq"].Name, info["bvu62fu6dq"].Age) Full example: http://play.golang.org/p/FyH-cDp3Na

Categories : Go

Unable to parse a complex json in golang
Your code is fine except that the json package can only work with exported fields. Everything will work if you capitalize the first letter for each field name: type date struct { Month float64 Week float64 Day float64 Hour float64 Minute float64 } type period struct { Start date End date } type backupType []struct { Local_dir string Server_dir string Server_host string } type jason struct { Period string Exec_period period Backup backupType Incremental_save string } While it is possible to marshal into a map[string]interface{}, if the data has a set structure (such as the one in your question), your solution is most likely preferable. Using interface{} would require type assertions and migh

Categories : Json

Golang JSON Unmarshaling of python string
To produce proper JSON from Python, you can use the json library: >>> d = {"queue_time": "1374523279747", "object_id": "...", "source_bucket": "ap1-cache"} >>> d {'queue_time': '1374523279747', 'source_bucket': 'ap1-cache', 'object_id': '...'} >>> import json >>> print json.dumps(d) {"queue_time": "1374523279747", "source_bucket": "ap1-cache", "object_id": "..."} Note that the JSON output looks almost entirely similar for this simple example, but that's not necessarily true for more complicated things. E.g. tuples and unicode strings have different representations: >>> t = [u"Hello", ("World", "!"), u"xa0"] >>> t [u'Hello', ('World', '!'), u'xa0'] >>> print json.dumps(t) ["Hello", ["World", "!"], "u00a0"]

Categories : Python

Testing for deep equality with json marshaling in golang
I figured it out! JSON only has one numerical type, which is floating point, so all integers are converted to Float64 in the marshal/unmarshal process. So, in the res map, the 5 is a float64 instead of an int. Here is a go playground that provides context and evidence of what I'm talking about.

Categories : Json

Golang Removing fields from struct or hiding them in JSON Response
EDIT: I noticed a few downvotes and took another look at this Q&A. Most people seem to miss that the OP asked for fields to be dynamically selected based on the caller-provided list of fields. You can't do this with the statically-defined json struct tag. If what you want is to always skip a field to json-encode, then of course use json:"-" to ignore the field (also note that this is not required if your field is unexported - those fields are always ignored by the json encoder). But that is not the OP's question. To quote the comment on the json:"-" answer: This [the json:"-" answer] is the answer most people ending up here from searching would want, but it's not the answer to the question. I'd use a map[string]interface{} instead of a struct in this case. You can easily remo

Categories : Json

Golang: mapping strings to multiple types for json objects?
You can always use interface{}to store any type. As the documentation in the encoding/json package says: To unmarshal JSON into an interface value, Unmarshal unmarshals the JSON into the concrete value contained in the interface value. If the interface value is nil, that is, has no concrete value stored in it, Unmarshal stores one of these in the interface value: bool, for JSON booleans float64, for JSON numbers string, for JSON strings []interface{}, for JSON arrays map[string]interface{}, for JSON objects nil for JSON null Just do the following: m := map[string]interface{}{"a":"apple", "b":2}

Categories : Json

golang - library/package that returns json string from http request
There is nothing wrong it using existing system package and it fairly simple to retrieve json data over http in go package main import ( "encoding/json" "fmt" "net/http" ) func main() { var data struct { Items []struct { Name string Count int Is_required bool Is_moderator_only bool Has_synonyms bool } } r, _ := http.Get("https://api.stackexchange.com/2.2/tags?page=1&pagesize=100&order=desc&sort=popular&site=stackoverflow") defer r.Body.Close() dec := json.NewDecoder(r.Body) dec.Decode(&data) for _, item := range data.Items { fmt.Printf("%s = %d ", item.Name, item.Count) } } Output go run main.go jav

Categories : Json

Using Android to display tweets by parsing JSON off a given JSON array
ArrayList<String> tweetlist = new ArrayList<String>(); for(int i =0;i<i<yourjsonarray.lengh();i++) { String tweet =yourjsonarray.getjsonobject(i).getstring("text"); tweetlist.add(tweet); }

Categories : Android

error while parsing JSON data in the bean using simple-json
Based on your comment, there seems to be a problem transferring JSON data using a4j:actionparam. A workaround would be to parse the value of request param manually to remove extra things before passing it to JSONParser: input = input.replace("\"", """);//Remove extra if(input.startsWith(""")){ //Remove " at starting of the value input = input.substring(1); } if(input.endsWith(""")){//Remove ending " input = input.substring(0,input.length()-1); } Also please check this forum post and this wiki page.

Categories : JSF

Parsing Multiple JSON Strings to Objects using json-simple
I have found a solution using Jackson. Here is the code that worked for me. MappingJsonFactory factory = new MappingJsonFactory(); JsonParser parser = factory.createParser(soc.getInputStream()); JsonToken curToken = parser.nextToken(); if (curToken != JsonToken.START_OBJECT) { System.err.println("Not in start object!, Exiting..."); return null; } while (runParser.get() == true) { if (curToken == JsonToken.START_OBJECT) { TreeNode node = parser.readValueAsTree(); System.out.println(node.getClass().getName()); System.out.println(node); } curToken = parser.nextToken(); }

Categories : Java

Bing Maps JSON not parsing with JSON.parse
As others have mentioned, it did parse, you just don't recognise the result. JSON is a serialisation of an object heirarchy to a string. JSON.parse(...) turns a JSON serialisation (string) back into an object heirarchy. That heirrarchy of objects can't juse be displayed -- it can be traversed! -- you'll need to encode it into something that can be displayed (for example HTML). To do that, you traverse the object heirarchy building up an HTML fragment string. Then you can simply add that to the HTML DOM via the innerHTML propery of an existing element (say a container DIV).

Categories : Javascript

Parsing JSON server response into JSON Array
This should be it. So you're probably trying to get JSONObject instead of String inside the results aarray. JSONObject responseObject = new JSONObject(responseString); JSONArray resultsArray = responseObject.getJSONArray("results"); for (int i=0; i<resultsArray.length(); i++) String resultString = resultsArray.getString(i);

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