How to read queryArray by index

Populating a dataTable array I am using this code working properly:

 

var result = PocketQuery.queryArray();

  var dataTable = [['FIELD1', 'FIELD2']];

    jQuery.each(result, function(index, row) {

          dataTable.push([row.FIELD1,row.FIELD2]);

     }

 

In order to reuse the same template for other queries, I intend to replace the line in bold by

dataTable.push([row[0], row.FIELD2]); ... but despite that there is no error, I obtain no value for FIELD1...

 

Any idea how to make "row[0]" working properly will be highly appreciated!!! wink

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

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Hi Cuto,

Please try like this:

var columns = PocketQuery.queryColumns('yourQueryName');
var result = PocketQuery.queryArray('yourQueryName');
var firstColumnName = columns[0];
jQuery.each(result, function(index, row) {
	dataTable.push([row[firstColumnName],row.FIELD2]);
});

Let me know if this helps!

Regards, Felix (Scandio)

Excellent! Thanks again Felix!!!!!

I let 'yourQueryName' empty and it works... what allows me to use my template in many queries!

Regards

Yes. It will work as long as you only have one PocketQuery macro on your page smile

Ah!

I have many PocketQuery macros in the page... and it works!

In that case, queryArray() will return the result of the last macro that was run on the page. Note that queryColumns(...) requires a query name. You can also retrieve the query name of the current PocketQuery macro in the template.

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