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saving a text input in vuforia

potatochips
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saving a text input in vuforia

hi all,

I created a textarea in vuforia, how can i save this and where does the data goes?
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Hi @potatochips ,

 

my opinion is that a good way to solve this problem ->  is to write a data to a json file (local in session) and then save the json file to the server. Here is one example how to save a json file to repository

 

 

...
$scope.compJSON_loc_Data 	= {"widget": {
    "debug": "on",
    "window": {
        "title": "Sample Konfabulator Widget",
        "name": "main_window",
        "width": 500,
        "height": 500
    },
    "image": { 
        "src": "Images/Sun.png",
        "name": "sun1",
        "hOffset": 250,
        "vOffset": 250,
        "alignment": "center"
            }
}}  ;  
// you can generate also the JSON dynamicaly in a script
console.log(JSON.stringify($scope.compJSON_loc_Data))
$scope.SaveJsonToTwxRepository('/CADFiles/json_lists/compJSON_loc_Data.json',$scope.compJSON_loc_Data);
...
//////////////////////////////// DEFINITION Of the JS method //////////////////
$scope.SaveJsonToTwxRepository = function(path, content) {
 $scope.$applyAsync(function() {
    $rootScope.$broadcast('app.mdl.CAD-Files-Repository.svc.SaveJSON',
                         {"content": content, "path":path}
                         );}   ,500 );
};
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//CAD-Files-Repository is here a repository thing where the specified path exist

 

So here is the CAD-Files-Repository a Repository thing in thingworx and where the service SaveJson is added in the external data as service and also runtime access is allowed for the  user (es-public-access)

In the example  a static json file was assigneed to a varaible but of course, you can generate the file by javaScript e.g. as mention in stackoverflow post

 

function createJSON() {
    jsonObj = [];
    $("input[class=email]").each(function() {

        var id = $(this).attr("title");
        var email = $(this).val();

        item = {}
        item ["title"] = id;
        item ["email"] = email;

        jsonObj.push(item);
    });

    console.log(jsonObj);
}

 

 or in the post 

dynamic product = new JObject();
product.ProductName = "Elbow Grease";
product.Enabled = true;
product.Price = 4.90m;
product.StockCount = 9000;
product.StockValue = 44100;
product.Tags = new JArray("Real", "OnSale");

Console.WriteLine(product.ToString());
// {
//   "ProductName": "Elbow Grease",
//   "Enabled": true,
//   "Price": 4.90,
//   "StockCount": 9000,
//   "StockValue": 44100,
//   "Tags": [
//     "Real",
//     "OnSale"
//   ]
// }

This example is one possible solution what I used in the past   but may be other solution approaches could exist.

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Hi @potatochips ,

 

my opinion is that a good way to solve this problem ->  is to write a data to a json file (local in session) and then save the json file to the server. Here is one example how to save a json file to repository

 

 

...
$scope.compJSON_loc_Data 	= {"widget": {
    "debug": "on",
    "window": {
        "title": "Sample Konfabulator Widget",
        "name": "main_window",
        "width": 500,
        "height": 500
    },
    "image": { 
        "src": "Images/Sun.png",
        "name": "sun1",
        "hOffset": 250,
        "vOffset": 250,
        "alignment": "center"
            }
}}  ;  
// you can generate also the JSON dynamicaly in a script
console.log(JSON.stringify($scope.compJSON_loc_Data))
$scope.SaveJsonToTwxRepository('/CADFiles/json_lists/compJSON_loc_Data.json',$scope.compJSON_loc_Data);
...
//////////////////////////////// DEFINITION Of the JS method //////////////////
$scope.SaveJsonToTwxRepository = function(path, content) {
 $scope.$applyAsync(function() {
    $rootScope.$broadcast('app.mdl.CAD-Files-Repository.svc.SaveJSON',
                         {"content": content, "path":path}
                         );}   ,500 );
};
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//CAD-Files-Repository is here a repository thing where the specified path exist

 

So here is the CAD-Files-Repository a Repository thing in thingworx and where the service SaveJson is added in the external data as service and also runtime access is allowed for the  user (es-public-access)

In the example  a static json file was assigneed to a varaible but of course, you can generate the file by javaScript e.g. as mention in stackoverflow post

 

function createJSON() {
    jsonObj = [];
    $("input[class=email]").each(function() {

        var id = $(this).attr("title");
        var email = $(this).val();

        item = {}
        item ["title"] = id;
        item ["email"] = email;

        jsonObj.push(item);
    });

    console.log(jsonObj);
}

 

 or in the post 

dynamic product = new JObject();
product.ProductName = "Elbow Grease";
product.Enabled = true;
product.Price = 4.90m;
product.StockCount = 9000;
product.StockValue = 44100;
product.Tags = new JArray("Real", "OnSale");

Console.WriteLine(product.ToString());
// {
//   "ProductName": "Elbow Grease",
//   "Enabled": true,
//   "Price": 4.90,
//   "StockCount": 9000,
//   "StockValue": 44100,
//   "Tags": [
//     "Real",
//     "OnSale"
//   ]
// }

This example is one possible solution what I used in the past   but may be other solution approaches could exist.

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