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Reading ABAP internal table in JS with index

Hi

Please can anyone throw light on how to read internal table in JS? All i have is:

How to read table in js?

for (var j=0; j<"<%= cols%>"; j++)

{

VAR actvty = 0;

<% read table gt_bays into bays_wa index j.

if sy-subrc is INITIAL.

actvty = bays_wa-grc.

endif.

%>;

in the above code i want to read the table based on the index 'J' from the JS for loop and also set the actvty variable in the JS? any pointers here please?

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  • Posted on Mar 30, 2015 at 02:11 PM

    try something like this:

    var grc;

    for (var j=0; ....

    {

    grc = document.getElementById('model_gt_bays[' + j + '].grc');

    if (grc.value == "")

    continue;

    else

    actvy = grc.value;

    ....

    }

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    • Yeah already tired but didn't work. compiler throwing issues, 'j' not found kind of errors.

      but i got this thought of using AJAX JSON to connect to server and get the data which i was able to do but not sure on how to get the data from server to a array. what i have is:

      $(document).ready(function()

      {

      var params = getURLParam().split('?');

      $.post("ConnServer.htm", { url: getURLParam() , params: params[1]})

      .done(function( data )

      {

      alert("req ok");

      var url = $.parseJSON(data);

      } );

      });

      in server request i have:

      CREATE OBJECT oref

      EXPORTING

      DATA = lt_planord.

      oref->serialize( ).

      retplanords = oref->get_data( ).

      not sure on how to get the retplanords results in the client script. any inputs on this please?

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