I was wondering if anyone had a problem while accessing the values of a ParseJason by using for each. I copy and pasted the json that was returned into jsonprettyprint and it was valid, the format was as followed (cut short, but the main point is that it was valid since it was return without problem form server, and the page was able to parse it).
json = ParseJSON(list) for each category in json row = createObject("RoSGNode","ContentNode") row.Title = category
for each object in json[category] item = createObject("RoSGNode","ContentNode")
for each itemV in object process... end for
row.appendChild(item) end for m.RowItems.appendChild(row) end for
The problem is, when I have 4 rows, it access first the Category3 then 1,2 and 4. If I have 6 categories, it access 3, 6, 1, 5 , 2, 4 in that order. Does anyone have information or knowledge on this topic? Or am I just having code issues? As far as I can see in my code, it should be OK.