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add alt attribute value to textbox

Posted on 2014-07-25
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http://jsfiddle.net/sevensnake/M5XET/

I need to add a alt tag attribute added to textbox with the ID Value from JSON  (( Example ID":34))
 <input type="text" name="3" id="hold1" autocomplete="off" Value="9000.0000" alt="34">   to the input text box.
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by:Randy Poole
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$('#mybox').attr('alt', 'Your text');

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http://jsfiddle.net/GaryC123/M5XET/10/

$.each(result.d, function(i, item) {
    $("[name="+this.APT+"]").val(this.hold).attr("alt",this.ID)
});

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by:Randy Poole
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You have a couple things wrong, first your string creating your json are missing " around ID and ntID in your first dimension. You are also using this instead of item with trying to access your attributes of your json.  Finally you are not parsing your result into json before trying to access it.

result= {d:'[{"ID":34,"ntID":20006,"APT":3,"hold":9000.0000},{"ID":35,"ntID":20006,"APT":9,"hold":3333.0000},{"ID":36,"ntID":20006,"APT":16,"hold":4434.0000},{"ID":38,"ntID":20006,"APT":18,"hold":1234.0000}]'};

$.each($.parseJSON(result.d), function(i, item) {
    $("[name="+item.APT+"]").val(item.hold).attr("alt",item.ID);
});

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by:Gary
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You don't need to 'parse' it
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If you do not parse it,  result.d is just going to be a string not an object or array.  Not sure how you would issue a foreach loop on a string.
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