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How to read JSON response in JSP

Hi guys,

In JSP page, I am calling dojo/Ajax as below:

                 var number1=43;
            params.input1 = number1;
            var xhrArgs1 = {
              url : 'AJAXComand',
                  handleAs : 'text',
                content : params,
                preventCache:false,
                load:function(data){
                    //alert('success!');
                    handleResponse(data);
                 },
                 error: function(error){
                   alert(error);
                  },
                 timeout:100000
            };
                dojo.xhrPost(xhrArgs1);
      
      }
      function handleResponse(data){
            data = data.replace("/*", "");
                  data = data.replace("*/", "");  
                  var obj = eval('(' + data + ')');
          console.debug(obj);
          }

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If I see in browser debugger: I see this

(
 {
  input1:["43"],
  input2:["21"],
  message1:"Message 1 Data",
  message2:"This is another test data."
 }
)
@ http://localhost/app_home/
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How can I get value of message1 and message2 and set to div of id "test1"

something like this???
document.getElementById("test1").innerHTML = data.message1;
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student237
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student237
1 Solution
 
quizwedgeCommented:
Given that you already have obj, if I'm reading things correctly, try

document.getElementById("test1").innerHTML = obj.message1

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student237Author Commented:
Thank you for the response.
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