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I'm trying to figure out how to display a list of companies from an Entity Framework table. I'm using odata, and it currently works to getById and pass it an id manually. However, when I use my `getAll()` method to to grab all of the companies I can't get it to work. In my html I use something like this in a select dropdown menu: ng-repeat="company in companies"{{company.CompanyName}}. When I do this all I get are like two blank selections with no names no nothing. Can someone give me some advice?

This is my controller:

    'use strict';
   
    define(['app', 'js/services/companies'], function (app) {
   
        var register = app.register || app;
   
        register.controller('companyUpdateIndexCtrl', ['$scope', 'companies', function ($scope, companies ) {
               
                companies.getById(2932).success(function (data) {
                $scope.company = data;
            }).error(function (data) {
                //handle error
            });
                $scope.companies = companies;
                companies.getAll().success(function (data) {
                    $scope.all = data;
                }).error(function (data) {
   
                });
        }]);
   
    });

This is my html:

    <div data-ng-controller="companiesIndexCtrl">
    <div><label style="padding-right:25px">Select a Company</label>
        <select ng-model="companies.CompanyName">
            <option ng-repeat="x in companies">{{x.CompanyName}}</option>
        </select>


My api function:

        api.prototype.getAll = function (data) {
            return dataService.get(this.baseUrl + odata.queryString(data));
        };


Using api function:

    'use strict';
   
    define(['app', 'js/services/api'], function (app) {
   
        var register = app.register || app;
   
        register.factory('companies',  ['api', function (api) {
   
            var Companies = new api('Companies');
            return Companies;
        }])
   
    });
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Question by:pixis
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jitendra patil earned 500 total points
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can you try the below code
<select name="selectedcompany" ng-model="companies.CompanyName">
         <option ng:repeat="x in companies" value="{{x.CompanyName}}">{{x.CompanyName}}</option>
     </select>  

instead of this
   <select ng-model="companies.CompanyName">
            <option ng-repeat="x in companies">{{x.CompanyName}}</option>
        </select>

for your reference you can also try the below link
HTML SELECT element with angular data-binding.

hope this helps.
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by:Shinesh Premrajan
ID: 40478184
<select name="selectedcompany" ng-model="companies.CompanyName">

Instead of this try using

<select name="selectedcompany" ng-model="companies">
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