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Thread: Get JSON value with Javascript

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2013

    Get JSON value with Javascript

    Hi All,

    I get the following value, when doing an xPath expression:

    var xmlString = '{!xml}'
    var xpathExpr = "//code/text()";
    var res = evalXpath(xmlString, xpathExpr);
    for (var k=0; k<res.length; k++)
    The evalXpath is a built in function which i can use, when i print the result i get:

    [#text: 00]

    How can i catch the value 00. I have tried to put the result in a variable like:

    var obj = res.item(k);

    I get nothing back, also without the quotes ( obj[#text] it is not working. The JSON result [#text: 00] doesnt contain the quotes around the labels. How can i get the value 00?

    Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Maybe it is not JSON, because the result does not contain quotes and it starts with brackets [ in stead of {

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