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Posted on 2014-03-28
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Trying to append data to another dropdown after response from jquery data. but for some reason it is not displaying or get and error object

Response after selection from Getmyweek.  Json
{"messages":[{"Week":7},{"Week":8},{"Week":14}]}

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<select id="Getmyweek">
          <option selected="selected">-- Please Select --</option>
  <option> week 7-</option>

      </select>
<select id="GetWeek">
      </select>

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$("#Getmyweek").change(function () {

              
                var Id = $("#Getmyweek").val();
                $.ajax({
                    url: '@Url.Action("getcontroller", "Viewer")',
                type: "Post",
                data: { Chain1: Id },
                success: function (listItems) {
                    $.each(listItems, function (i, item) {
                        $('#GetWeek').append($('<option>').text(this.Week).attr('value', item));
                    });

                    // var toAppend = '';
                    //    $.each(listItems, function (i, item) {
                    //    toAppend += '<option>' + item + '</option>';
                    //   // alert(toAppend);
                    //});
                        $('#GetmyWeek').append(toAppend).html;
                 
                },
                error: function (xhr, ajaxOptions, error) {
                    alert(xhr.status);
                    alert('Error: ' + xhr.responseText);
                }

            });

             });

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Question by:Seven price
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mankowitz earned 2000 total points
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I think you want this

$.each(listItems.messages, function (i, item) {
   $('#GetWeek').append($('<option>').text(item.Week).attr('value', item));
});
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by:Seven price
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listItems.messages was the key thanks
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