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Binding text ObjectAttribute Ui5

Hi, i'm new in SapUi5.

in my first page I have an input form, after I click search im going to set model like this:

sap.ui.getCore().setModel(oJsonModel,"VascheDetails");


After I call a new page I want to see the objects of the first row in ObjectHeader. I tried like this

<ObjectHeader
  headerText="Dettagli vasca"
         title="{VascheDetails>/0/Matnr}">
         <attributes>
           <ObjectAttribute title="Materiale" text="" />
           <ObjectAttribute title="Partita" text="" />
           <ObjectAttribute title="Codice Campagna" text="{VascheDetails>/0/Zccam}" />
           <ObjectAttribute title="Data prod. vasca" text="{VascheDetails>/0/Datav}" />
         </attributes>
       </ObjectHeader>

but it doesn't work. How can I solve my problem?

Thank you

Giacomo

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  • Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 03:15 PM

    this.getView().setModel(oJsonModel,"VascheDetails");

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  • Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 03:18 PM
    1. this.getView().setModel(oJSONModel,"VascheDetails") // Declare your model in onInit

      method of controller and then write this

    1. <ObjectHeader
    2. headerText="Dettagli vasca"
    3. title="{VascheDetails>/0/Matnr}"> // why /0 here??
    4. <attributes>
    5. <ObjectAttribute title="Materiale" text="" />
    6. <ObjectAttribute title="Partita" text="" />
    7. <ObjectAttribute title="Codice Campagna" text="{VascheDetails>/0/Zccam}" /> // why /0 here??
    8. <ObjectAttribute title="Data prod. vasca" text="{VascheDetails>/0/Datav}" /> // why /0 here??
    9. </attributes>
    10. </ObjectHeader>

    Why you have used /0 here?? Is this the actual path?

    Is this an oDataModel or JSONModel??

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