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how to iterate response object in a table

 
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hi ranchers,
I am submitting a form via Jquery Ajax post method and i get a response object(list of rows from database) successfully.
i dont know how to set the response values in a table.

Any help..
 
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What's be easiest is to have the server, perhaps using a JSP, format the table rows to send as the response. Then the HTML fragment can simply be injected into the DOM.

If not that, then what are you getting back as the response? JSON data? if so, you'll need to create all the DOM elements yourself using jQuery's DOM creation capabilities.
 
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If not that, then what are you getting back as the response? JSON data? if so, you'll need to create all the DOM elements yourself using jQuery's DOM creation capabilities.


hmm.. not json..i am trying to convert to json..below is my code.. can you help me with that..
 
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What is the response returning?
 
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An error occurred! SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected character.. this is the error i am recieving..where am i wrong???
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:What is the response returning?

 
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Actually bear when try without json (normal object) i am getting sucessfull result
out put

but when i try to convert to json i am getting the following error



 
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And what is the main difference between attributes in servlet (set or getAttribute) and json. both are object right??
 
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Abdul Wahab wrote:Actually bear when try without json (normal object) i am getting sucessfull result
out put


That's not valid JSON. So of course, it cannot be converted. You'll need to fix the server code to return valid JSON. There are many Java JSON libraries to choose from.
 
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That's not valid JSON. So of course, it cannot be converted. You'll need to fix the server code to return valid JSON


yes! you are right
 
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