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I have ajax function that I'm called a stored procedure and returning data into an array, but when I loop through the array I'm getting undefined. But the data is getting retrieved when debugging the code. Below is attached file code, the array is a multidimenstional array but when I do for loop I should hit alert("Yes Admin") but the data is showing as an object. How to read the data and put my if condtions with in the for loop.
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by:Julian Hansen
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Two questions

1. What format is your data being returned in from your script
2. Can you post a sample of the data being returned.
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I'm attaching the sample data file here
datafile-EE.txt
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So you are retuning your data as JSon - but you don't tell your ajax call that is what you are doing.

Try adding

   dataType: 'JSON'

To your AJAX call parameters.
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@bujjigadu, is there any particular reason you awarded a B for this question?

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