[dojo-contributors] ItemFileReadStore question -- Anyone see why this wouldnt work? I'm stumpped...

Tom Trenka ttrenka at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 16:26:31 EDT 2008


Jared--Can you make this really clear somewhere in the documentation?  I ran
into this exact same issue with a previous client project and did what Karl
did: resort to _forceLoad (just remembering this now).

(I also seem to remember a query *not* doing that but this was against 0.9
IIRC.)

regards,
trt

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:37 PM, Jared Jurkiewicz <
jared.jurkiewicz at gmail.com> wrote:

>     As with data obtained from URLs, the data objects are not parsed
> or inserted into any arras until the first actual query via fetch(),
> fetchItemByIdentity, etc.   Effectively it doesn't waste time parsing
> anything until it actually needs to.
>
> -- Jared
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 3:14 PM, Karl Tiedt <ktiedt at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Sorry for the wasted email everyone, I figured it out finally...
> >
> > when loading data from a JSON var... _forceLoad() must be called (if not
> > connected to a widget) is what I've found... otherwise the widget does it
> > for you. I was merely trying to validate my data format... any attempt to
> > access data (fetch or query) sounds like it should force the laod as well
> as
> > far as that goes... was just a tad disconcerting to keep seeing 0 length
> > data arrays coming up :/
> >
> > -Karl Tiedt
> >
> >
> > On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 1:50 PM, Karl Tiedt <ktiedt at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> I have the following JSON:
> >>
> >> {
> >>      "identifier": "uuid",
> >>      "items": [
> >>              {
> >>                      "Power State": "On",
> >>                      "Boot Time": "2008-08-30T23:50:06.028558-04:00",
> >>
> >>
> >>                      "Host Name": "poweredOn",
> >>                      "IP Address": "2008-08-30T23:50:06.028558-04:00",
> >>                      "Name": "New Virtual Machine",
> >>                      "Operating System": "Microsoft Windows Server 2003,
> Standard Edition
> >> (32-bit)",
> >>
> >>
> >>                      "uuid": "564dd5b0-b887-4041-bcfe-4896e6040547"
> >>              },
> >>              {
> >>                      "Power State": "On",
> >>                      "Boot Time": "2008-08-20T02:15:57.63562-04:00",
> >>                      "Host Name": "sergey-8227caed.",
> >>
> >>
> >>                      "IP Address": "192.168.1.51",
> >>                      "Name": "Foo",
> >>                      "Operating System": "Microsoft Windows XP
> Professional (32-bit)",
> >>
> >>
> >>                      "uuid": "564d36e4-6cea-e0e8-5216-3766ef2a3bd0"
> >>              }
> >>      ],
> >>      "label":
> >>
> >> And I am trying to create a store from it...
> >> test = new dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore({'data': varName});
> >>
> >> and it always comes back with 0 items... I've tried adding 'label':
> 'Name'
> >> and 'identifier':'uuid' to the JSON object but... neither made a
> >> difference... I've tried replacing the spaces in the property names and
> >> removing the -'s from the uuid....
> >>
> >> Stumped :(
> >>
> >> -Karl Tiedt
> >
> >
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