JQuery :: Parse Xml With Name Spaces?

Feb 27, 2011

I am trying to get two values from a web service response.

The web service was called using jquery $ajax:

url : "http://localhost:3032/ufs/integration/copymoveTerm",
type : "POST",
dataType : "xml",


All I want to do is to get the values of UNDO_COUNT and MSG into separate variables.

Here is the jquery I am trying to use:

function undoSuccess(xmlData, status, xmlResponse)
$(xmlResponse).find('res:OUTPUT').each(function () {
var undoCount = $(this).attr('res:UNDO_COUNT).text();
var msg = $(this).attr('res:MSG).text();

I have tried it with and without the name space "res:". I have tried it with xmlData and with xmlResponse I have tried changing the web service so that UNDO_COUNT and MSG were elements in their own right or were attributes of OUTPUT all without success it just bypasses the initial find on OUTPUT.

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JQuery :: Ajax Removing Spaces From Input?

Jan 27, 2010

I am doing a simple ajaxPOSTform to email script. When string pairs are passed to my processing asp page(email script), spaces are beign removed from the string. It displays the correct string before recieving to asp page.

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Oct 4, 2011

I've got such code:

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And it works almost fine. If we have fields like:

<input type="text" value="some words" />

Serialization seems to behave a bit weird. In general it's serializing spaces into + which later cannot be (or I have no idea how) deserialized correctly. If you want proof of concept go under this link: [URL] If this question is so obvious that was asked and answered bilions of times I recommend to add special notice into documentation. I googled a lot and I have seen very complex examples of how serialization works or is not working at all but nowhere was an example with value with two words in it.

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Jan 14, 2011

I want to grab images from the database and then display them in a row going downwards. I be using position absolute in css. I want to put them in a row going downwards but having the exact space inbetween each image. Currently I made a row of images going downwards but the space inbetween keeps on increasing when more and more images are needed to be displayed.


Yet the space inbetween images increases the space when there is more and more images displayed.

The first 3 are always have the right space inbetween them. The 4th and so on adds 10px of space more for each image that is displayed but it's gradually. For instance image 4 would be you would take 70 which is image 3 top value and instead of adding 30 the code would add 40 to it. it increases the spaces by 10 for every image past the 3rd image. Yet the firebug will show the top values as if each image has a difference of 30 for the top value.

I was thinking can't I use position X and Y like with jquery or javascript can't I get the current x and y values of image one or 2 and then decrease the X and Y in a way that the spaceing inbetween each image is exactly the same. In our example I want to have like a 30px space inbetween the images and never increase the space as more images are displayed.

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Jun 29, 2009

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Dec 20, 2010

I am using the infamous hidden IFRAME trick to manage some image uploading. My server-side ASP page passes back XML to indicate success or failure. It was a snap to grab this in FireFox and parse it using the standard JQuery methods. Then I spent most of an afternoon trying to do the same in IE, I finally found this page and this comment: [url]

JavaScript, IE, XML, IE uses MSXML and an XSL stylesheet to transform the XML to some HTML document that pretty-prints the structure of the XML. That way when you access the iframe document you indeed access an HTML document that IE renders. However IE stores the original XML document in an XMLDocument property of the HTML document object so to access the XML data (and not the HTML document) you can do e.g. var xmlDoc = window.frames.frameName.document.XMLDocument; [...]

The solution thus ended up as follows:

From there I can use all of the normal JQuery code to traverse the XML. Anyway I am not sure if this is an IE bug, a JQuery bug and/or presumably specific to this wacky IFRAME scenario versus a normal document.

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Aug 6, 2009

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I am using this type of function to parse the data:

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Using this I am able to print all the keys from the route but I am not able to print a specific key.

What I want to do is just get the results for the key "fuelUsed" using this method:

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But I never get back any data that way. Am I not specifying my key correctly?

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Feb 26, 2011

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