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    Default Answered: Reading contained JSON data produced by xtream library in a AjaxStore

    Hi,

    I'm currently having an issue communicating with a backend system which uses the xtream library to produce JSON data of java objects. The backend server is configured to use a keyword for lists/arrays of data e.g.:

    Code:
    {
        "users": {
            "user": [
                {
                    "login": "x",
                    "passwd": "y"
                },
                {
                    "login": "z",
                    "passwd": "a"
                }
            ]
        }
    }
    The root config of the reader doesn't solve the issue, if tried with 'users' and 'users'. I also tried the record config without success.

    Does anybody have any suggestions for a workaround or solution of this issue?

  2. Thanks for the suggestion. But this doesn't help me. I've tried it with the record and root property.

    Currently I've overwritten the standard json reader to process the Ajax response before process/parsing it.
    A data reader/writer tutorial would be nice...

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    have you tried with users.user?
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    Thanks for the suggestion. But this doesn't help me. I've tried it with the record and root property.

    Currently I've overwritten the standard json reader to process the Ajax response before process/parsing it.
    A data reader/writer tutorial would be nice...

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