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change color of a diagram element which is stored in the server and retrived as JSON format

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{
            "type": "vsm.box",
            "name": "VSM Box",
            "bold": true,
            "italic": true,
            "underline": true,
            "size": {
                "width": 100,
                "height": 100
            },
            "description": "Box",
            "position": {
                "x": 120,
                "y": 290
            },
            "angle": 0,
            "id": "b1b65721-ac0b-4687-a081-88b28109cb9b",
            "embeds": "",
            "z": 1,
            "attrs": {
                "rect": {
                    "stroke": "#000000",
                    "stroke-width": 1,
                    "stroke-dasharray": "0"
                },
                "text": {
                    "text": "Box",
                    "font-family": "Arial",
                    "stroke": "#000000",
                    "stroke-width": 0,
                    "font-weight": 400,
                    "font-style": "normal",
                    "text-decoration": ""
                }
            }
        }

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This is one of my program element in JSOn now i would like to fill color to it.
accor ding to rappid api if i change coding it is pushed to
attrs---> rect---->fill:color
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Question by:Reek Majumder
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Check this:
{
	"type": "vsm.box",
	"name": "VSM Box",
	"bold": true,
	"italic": true,
	"underline": true,
	"size": {
		"width": 100,
		"height": 100
	},
	"description": "Box",
	"position": {
		"x": 120,
		"y": 290
	},
	"angle": 0,
	"id": "b1b65721-ac0b-4687-a081-88b28109cb9b",
	"embeds": "",
	"z": 1,
	"attrs": {
		"rect": {
			"fill":"cornflowerblue",
			"stroke": "#000000",
			"stroke-width": 1,
			"stroke-dasharray": "0"
		},
		"text": {
			"text": "Box",
			"font-family": "Arial",
			"stroke": "#000000",
			"stroke-width": 0,
			"font-weight": 400,
			"font-style": "normal",
			"text-decoration": ""
		}
	}
}

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by:Zvonko
ID: 41799477
...or the color in hex:
{
	"type": "vsm.box",
	"name": "VSM Box",
	"bold": true,
	"italic": true,
	"underline": true,
	"size": {
		"width": 100,
		"height": 100
	},
	"description": "Box",
	"position": {
		"x": 120,
		"y": 290
	},
	"angle": 0,
	"id": "b1b65721-ac0b-4687-a081-88b28109cb9b",
	"embeds": "",
	"z": 1,
	"attrs": {
		"rect": {
			"fill":"#6495ED",
			"stroke": "#000000",
			"stroke-width": 1,
			"stroke-dasharray": "0"
		},
		"text": {
			"text": "Box",
			"font-family": "Arial",
			"stroke": "#000000",
			"stroke-width": 0,
			"font-weight": 400,
			"font-style": "normal",
			"text-decoration": ""
		}
	}
}

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by:Slick812
ID: 41799922
greetings Reek Majumder, , It looks like you want to "Change" this fill color in the browser javascript operations that receive the "JSON string" from the server, I guess it uses AJAX to get this "JSON string", it is possible to add the fillcolor property to the rect object in the javascript string, but it may be less difficult to to add the fillcolor property AFTER the "JSON string" is converted to a javascript Object in the code progression. Can you show us the AJAX "JSON string" retrieval  code in the javascript?
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by:Slick812
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No comment has been added from the author, so forced closing as abandoned, with best solution presented
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