basically i think i need a push method to push values into a json object

then i can try to decode it on the server!!

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From: "Jeztah" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Prototype & script.aculo.us" <prototype-scriptaculous@googlegroups.com>
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2008 11:51 AM
Subject: [Proto-Scripty] Sending Json to the server


>
> Morning Guys ...
>
> I am having a real headache trying to send json data to the server and
> have php decode it so i can do something with the data ..
> .
> Basically what i am trying to do is...
>
> I have a form and i would like to send data to the server in Json form
> (key/value pairs) so i can go over it in a loop with php cehcking
> somehting against a database...
>
> I did think of serialize() but i need to send information in a custom
> tag thats in some input values somethin like
>
> <input type="text" id="foo_12323142341234" class="formJson"
> dbCol="forename" value="John" />
> <input type="text" id="foo_12323142344321" class="formJson"
> dbCol="surname" value="Doe" />
> and have in the json
> var params=new Array();
> $$('.formJson').each(function(e) {
> var p=$(e).dbCol + $(e).value;
> var d=p.toJSON();
> params.push(d);
> }
> to end up with something like .....
> "forename" : "John",
> "surname" : "Doe"
>
> toJSON() seems to not be playing nice and tells me its not a function
>
> Can anyone think of a way to encode all the elements with the
> className of 'formJson' grabbing the custom tag (dbCol) and the value
> of the element into an object or an array and send it to the server
> (running php 5.2) so i can process it on the server end ..
>
> I've been scratching my head over it all morning and cant find a
> solution !!
>
> Regards
> Alex
> >
> 


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