I have a javascript file that is formatted as such:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate
Improved"],
],
},
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : { < **fails here**
'initial writers' : [
IE6 (but no other browser I used) fails to load the data. I marked the
line it points at when I turn on the debugger. I can't figure out why
other browsers accept this even IE7, but just not IE6?
Thanks
Marc 4 1158
On Mar 5, 12:54 pm, "M. Fisher" <mcfishe...@gmail.comwrote:
I have a javascript file that is formatted as such:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate
Improved"],
],},
It's not liking your extra commas
i got this to work in ie6:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'initial writers' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]
},
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]
}
}
for proper syntax for json, give this site a good looking over if you
haven't: http://www.json.org/js.html
On Mar 5, 1:33 pm, "Walton" <jrhol...@gmail.comwrote:
On Mar 5, 12:54 pm, "M. Fisher" <mcfishe...@gmail.comwrote:
I have a javascript file that is formatted as such:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate
Improved"],
],},
It's not liking your extra commas
i got this to work in ie6:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'initial writers' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]},
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]
}
}
for proper syntax for json, give this site a good looking over if you
haven't:
http://www.json.org/js.html
Excellent, thank you very much.
On Mar 5, 1:33 pm, "Walton" <jrhol...@gmail.comwrote:
On Mar 5, 12:54 pm, "M. Fisher" <mcfishe...@gmail.comwrote:
I have a javascript file that is formatted as such:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate
Improved"],
],},
It's not liking your extra commas
i got this to work in ie6:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'initial writers' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]},
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]
}
}
for proper syntax for json, give this site a good looking over if you
haven't:
http://www.json.org/js.html
Follow up question. Cleaned up the extra commas and all, so no more
complaints from IE6. However what I was doing before in my script was:
dashboardData[uniqueID][selected]
which IE6 doesn't like but all the other browsers are ok with. Looking
over the link it seems I should be using the dot operator instead
there.
dashboardData.uniqueID.selected
doesn't work though since uniqueID and selected are just strings, so
struggling over how to use that 'eval' which I believe I need in this
case to get it to work in IE6.
On Mar 6, 9:09 am, "M. Fisher" <mcfishe...@gmail.comwrote:
On Mar 5, 1:33 pm, "Walton" <jrhol...@gmail.comwrote:
On Mar 5, 12:54 pm, "M. Fisher" <mcfishe...@gmail.comwrote:
I have a javascript file that is formatted as such:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate
Improved"],
],},
It's not liking your extra commas
i got this to work in ie6:
var dashboardData = {
'SDET_Lab130' : {
'initial writers' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]},
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : {
'SDET' : [
["0","400","7","24431","25179","24919","1.09","base "],
["1","400","7","27729","28031","27877","0.34","11.8 7","rate
Improved"],
["0","450","7","24691","25194","24966","0.75","base "],
["1","450","7","27598","28090","27860","0.60","11.5 9","rate
Improved"],
["0","500","7","24725","25171","24967","0.74","base "],
["1","500","7","27556","27941","27795","0.52","11.3 2","rate Improved"]
]
}
}
for proper syntax for json, give this site a good looking over if you
haven't:
http://www.json.org/js.html
Follow up question. Cleaned up the extra commas and all, so no more
complaints from IE6. However what I was doing before in my script was:
dashboardData[uniqueID][selected]
which IE6 doesn't like but all the other browsers are ok with. Looking
over the link it seems I should be using the dot operator instead
there.
dashboardData.uniqueID.selected
doesn't work though since uniqueID and selected are just strings, so
struggling over how to use that 'eval' which I believe I need in this
case to get it to work in IE6.
An example of what I want to do is as follows:
var dashboardData = {
'IoZone_Scale_Lab130' : {
'initial writers' : [
["0","Multiple Files","t2","Children
see","7","1508810","1560368","1531484","1.19","bas e"]
],
'mixed workload' : [
["0","Multiple Files","t2","Children
see","7","1508810","1560368","1531484","1.19","bas e"]
]
}
}
So dashboardData.'IoZone_Scale_Lab130'.'mixed workload' is what I am
trying to access, but I just have the strings to work with, and 'mixed
workload' is two words, so that might be the problem? This discussion thread is closed Replies have been disabled for this discussion. Similar topics
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