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JSON parsing question

Hi, Please ignore my last post, I have tried to delete it. I have managed to get the chart.js to work with a feed using AJAX and JSON but when I parse the JSON to create the array for the Label and the Data elements it puts two additional commas at the …

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One form view and one template on same page, template feed not updating.

I have a page with two module. A form view module with a form in Add mode and a template module that contains a nested feed. The template is a parent child where the template iterates through distinct values of a table and the feed iterates through the …

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Template not pulling from feed

I used the example provided of a template which sorts by header and queries based on a search string. It has a stored procedure, a feed that outputs as a JSON file and a template file which runs the necessary javascript to put the data into the page. The …

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Template Feed problem

I've done something in the past very similar to yours. The problem with this approach is the amount of requests that are taking place just to keep things in shape. Every three seconds you're iterating over all the rows and calling the feed for each one. …

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LoadFeed has LoadingImageUrl - what about feeds called from JQuery/Ajax

Is there a recommended method using best practices to accomplish the display of a 'loading' spinner when calling a feed via ajax? // prepare the form when the DOM is ready $ ( document ). ready ( function () { // Setup the ajax indicator $ ( 'body' …

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