Thanks very much, Joe !

Your example is more clear than the explanation on the Scriptaculous site...

It works very well !
I can continue my dev now.

Thanks again.
Michel L'HUILLIER


joe t. a écrit :
> That's actually not progress. The IPCE requires arrays, not JSON
> Objects. You're seeing "[object Object]" because the outermost array
> contains a series of objects. Your original PHP echo was correct, so
> the place to look is in your Javascript that constructs the collection
> editor.
>
> Correct collection structure:
> <?php  echo "[['12.00', '12.00'], ['24.00', '24.00'],
> ['36.00','36.00']]"; ?>
>
> Each sub-array is used as the OPTION's value & display. To distinguish
> things a little bit:
> <?php  echo "[['12.00', 'Twelve'], ['24.00', 'Twenty-four'],
> ['36.00','Thirty-six']]"; ?>
>
> You would end up with:
> <select ...>
> <option value="12.00">Twelve</option>
> <option value="24.00">Twenty-four</option>
> <option value="36.00">Thirty-six</option>
> </select>
>
> Let's see what your collection constructor looks like.
> -joe t.
>
>
> On Sep 6, 11:50 am, mlh <m...@free.fr> wrote:
>   
>> Hey,
>>
>> After a new attempt, whereI changed my PHP called page to :
>>
>> <?php  echo '[{"key":"Al", "value":"Alan"}, {"key":"Bi",
>> "value":"Bill"}, {"key":"Ca", "value":"Carl"}, {"key":"Da",
>> "value":"Dave"}, {"key":"Er", "value":"Erik"}, {"key":"Fr",
>> "value":"Fran"}, {"key":"Ge", "value":"Gene"}]'; ?>
>>
>> I don't get the message "Loading options" in my select box anymore, but
>> a list where all elements are called " [object Object] "...
>>
>> All option items look like this : <option value="[object
>> Object]">[object Object]</option>
>>
>> I progress, but I'm still expecting a bit of help. Thanks a lot.
>>
>> Regards.
>> Michel L'HUILLIER
>>
>> mlh a écrit :
>>
>>     
>>> Hey,
>>>       
>>> I have a small problem with Scriptaculous and InPlaceCollectionEditor :
>>>       
>>> I can use inline collections like this :
>>>  var collection_1 = [['twelve', '12.00'], ['twenty-four.00', '24.00'],
>>> ['thirty-six.00', '36.00']];
>>>  var collection_2 = ['Alan', 'Bill', 'Carl', 'Dave', 'Erik', 'Fran',
>>> 'Gene'];
>>> Both work well !
>>>       
>>> But, when I want to use a distant collection, with the
>>> loadCollectionURL, the doc is not as helpful as I wish...
>>> It's only told that the answer has to be JSON...
>>> I precise that my URL is OK.
>>>       
>>> I tried many things like this in the called page :
>>> <?php  echo "var collection = ['bh', 'col', 'corb', 'dukes', 'house',
>>> 'iow', 'ps']"; ?>
>>> or this :
>>> <?php  echo "[['12.00', '12.00'], ['24.00', '24.00'], ['36.00',
>>> '36.00']]"; ?>...
>>> but the only answer on my main page is  :
>>> "Loading options" in the option box...
>>>       
>>> I use PHP, and just need to have an example of the syntax and the format
>>> to use.
>>>       
>>> Did one of you encountered and solved this problem ?
>>>       
>>> Thanks for any help.
>>>       
>>> Michel L'HUILLIER
>>>       
>>     
> >
>
>   


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