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Reading Json from external file

Community Beginner ,
Aug 16, 2023 Aug 16, 2023

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This is my Json :

{"MatchOnCourt":{"MatchID":"42959157","Tournament":"Ystad, Singles Qualifying, M-ITF-SWE-03A","P1Name":"ROBIN","P1Surname":"THOUR","P2Name":"OLLE","P2Surname":"NOLTORP","NOC1":"\u0026#160;","NOC2":"\u0026#160;","Score1":"0","Score2":"0","P1s1":"3","P1s2":"0","P1s3":"\u0026#160;","P2s1":"6","P2s2":"1","P2s3":"\u0026#160;","Serve":"1","Time":"00:49:59","Status":"SECOND_SET","CourtID":1,"Sponsor":null,"TournamentGroupID":777,"CourtName":"Court 4","Custom":null,"Info":"Break [T2] (double fault)","SRadarTournamentID":135793,"SRadarCategory":"ITF Men","Order":1}}

 

Code:

	var that = this;
	this.json = {};

	this.loadJson = function(url)
	{

		var queue = new createjs.LoadQueue(true);
		queue.on("fileload", that.onJsonLoaded, that);
		queue.on("error", that.onJsonLoadError, that);
		queue.loadFile({id:"json", src:url});

	}

	this.onJsonLoaded = function(e)
	{	
		that.json = e.target.getResult("json");

		console.log(that.json)
		
		var jMat = that.json.MatchOnCourt;
		
		console.log("0 +++++ " + jMat.Time)	

	}

	this.onJsonLoadError = function(e)
	{
	  console.log(e);
	}

	this.loadJson(URL);

 

What i am trying to do is to read the value time, i can load the Json (beacuse the firs console.log write my all the json file...) but i can not get "Time" value. What am i doing wrong?

 

Thanks 

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 16, 2023 Aug 16, 2023

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I find the problem.... i missed parsing to Json ... ( var jMat = JSON.parse(that.json); )

 

stupid error...

 

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Aug 16, 2023 Aug 16, 2023

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for others, this may make more sense:

 

loadJasonF.bind(this)("json_id.json");
 
function loadJasonF (url){
var queue = new createjs.LoadQueue(true);
queue.addEventListener("fileload", jasonLoadedF.bind(this));
queue.addEventListener("error", jasonLoadErrorF.bind(this));
queue.loadFile({
id: "json",
src: url
});
}
 
function jasonLoadedF(e){
this.json = e.target.getResult("json");
this.data = this.json.data;
textF.bind(this)();
}
 
function jasonLoadErrorF(e){
console.log(e);
}
function textF(){
for (var i = 0; i < this.data.length; i++){
this.txt.text = this.txt.text + "\n" + this.data[i].id + ", " + this.data[i].name + ", " + this.data[i].class +", " + this.data[i].mark + ", " + this.data[i].sex;
}
}
 
/////////////////////////////////////////////
where json_id.json contains
 

{
"data":
[
{"id":"1","name":"John Deo","class":"Four5",
"mark":"75","sex":"male"},

{"id":"2","name":"Max Ruin","class":"Three5",
"mark":"85","sex":"male"},

{"id":"3","name":"Arnold","class":"Three5",
"mark":"55","sex":"male"},

{"id":"4","name":"Krish Star","class":"Four5",
"mark":"60","sex":"male"}
]
}

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