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Hi,

I am just wondering if anybody know how to play around with parameters in JSON Object. Well basically there's a request parameters formed with JSON object now as they get updated i want to get them, since they are updated, how do i do that using JSON object

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You'll have to explain your issue better.

JSON is just a string notation for a "normal" JavaScript construct. You'd manipulate an object created from JSON just like any other.
 
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Hi

Bascially I am using JSON to display Data, now I want to add capability of update perticular row. so sort of Grid structure. well any idea would be great. how do i access perticular row using JSONObject.

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What is a "JSONObject"? A library class of some sort?
[ November 15, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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