Get Response As Json Format(application/json) In Yii?

How to get response as json format(application/json) in yii?


Json Response Opens As Dialogue Box In Php And Json Response Format?

$result=mysql_query("select * from pointtable where Latitude between '$latitude1' and '$latitude2' and Longitude between '$longitude1' and '$longitude2' ");


above code is of creating json response..i have one form from which by POST method i am getting parameter information..result is fine but it opens in diagloue box..i want to type this json response in a page...what do i do?..

i donot want this starting...{"posts":"post'}..want to start it from {id:1...}what do i change?...

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I have a mysqli query which i need to format as json for a mobile application.

I have managed to produce an xml document for the query results, however i am looking for something more lightweight. (see below for my current xml code)

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$stmt = $mysql->prepare('SELECT DISTINCT title FROM sections ORDER BY title ASC');
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usually in a xhr action I use this code

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I have a text file that is formatted like JSON, but in a print/view friendly format and I want to convert that string to valid JSON.Basically, I want to read the file using PHP5 and call json_decode to deserialize the string.But, json_decode is not able to parse the "print-friendly" json string.I am getting error 4 Invalid or malformed JSON.

It looks like someone else had a similar issue as me: http:[url]....

I am using notepad++ to write the json file.So, how can I convert


"data": [

I even tried doing the following:

$filename = "links.json";
$file = fopen($filename, "r");[code]....

I did a var_dump of the resulting json string and http:[url].... marked it as valid json; however, json_decode is not able to deserialize the json string for some reason.

I set the encoding of the text file to UTF-8 without BOM and it works fine now.

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I have been given an API url feed which returns response in JSON format and I have been told to set the headers to this:

Accept: application/json X-some-API-Key: fdfdfdfdsgddc43aa96c556eb457b4009

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I am making an ajax request to a php page e.g page1.php. In page1.php I have a header("Location:page2.php?password=1234") code which redirects to page2.php with the password as a GET parameter. page2.php gives a json response. The problem is that when I do inspect element and check the resources in Safari browser, I am able to see the location page2.php?password=1234" in the response header part. how can I remove the response headers when sending the json response? I am using PHP 5.2.6.

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i need to extract the exam from this json response using php

cb({"data": [{"map": {"exam": ["e", "x", "a", "m"]}, "words": false, "o": ["exam", "exam", "exam"]}]},150)

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I have two servers. Server A and server B. I use php, jquery for the programming language, Apache for the web server.What I want to achieve:There are javascript that call this url server B response with json whether the process 'someprocess' is TRUE or FALSEProblem:When I test locally, it works just like I want. But when I upload the script, and when I look at firebug, there are no JSON response from server B, so the script fail.Question:I had many problem about script work in local but in live before, but this one really confuse me. What should I check? Can you give me any clue?

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I can't seem to parse information sent by the Yelp API.

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this json response in php i m getting in one line..this has actuallly 2 records..i want them to start in a new what do i do html doesnot work i suppose.

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the above url returns a json response. My query is " how to retrieve the response in php code ".

provide a code sample for this as i'm quite new in this area of php !

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I'm trying to retrieve the response of this script:

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And get it back in javascript and store it in a variable, so when I do variable[i] in a loop I'll get the ith genre name.

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I have the following code. I am trying to get just the name of the city out of the feed that is requested, and into a new array.

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If I use header("Location:page2.php") in page1.php then I cannot get the processed data from page2.php.(As I need the processed data in page1.php)

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the callback function will fill that json data in the second parameter.

So in my php file that gets called I have:

header('Content-type: application/json');
if (($response = $acs_ajch_sql->postmsg($acs_ajch_msg,$acs_ajch_username,$acs_ajch_channel,$acs_ajchts_client)) === true)
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When you GET or POST this: [URL] the response looks like this:


How to decode that? (maybe in json_decode style)

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I have the json object from remote site. When I vardump the json response. The output looks like this..


How can I access the rawData parameter in the json response using php. Is there any function to convert it into php array.

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Im having troubles trying to figure out why my JSON response is returning null.


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I have Json response from my database .I am using Php for this which can be viewed over here. In this we can search the record from identifier value like identifier =123.Is that possible to to show this response in the Jsp page . like when i put the identifier value in the text box of jsp page ,it can give the response from that database

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How can I receive a response from the server with JSON data, when the function that retrieves the data and returns it to the browser has been completely commented out?  I am making an AJAX request for JSON formatted data and for some reason it returns a response when it shouldn't as there is no function? 

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I'm having a hard time figuring this one out. Seems like no matter what I try, PHP always ends up returning an empty array. Here's the code of my main file(index.php):

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">

$(".ajaxlink").click(function() {
return false; //Stop link from redirecting
var test = { "testName": "testValue" }
var testJSON = JSON.stringify(test);
function updatePage(data) {
document.getElementById("testDiv").innerHTML = data;
function callServer() {
type: "POST",
url: "ajax/server.php",
data: testJSON,
success: function(data) {
//Upon error, output message containing a little info on what went wrong
error: function (XMLHttpRequest, textStatus, errorThrown) {
alert('An Ajax error occured
textStatus = ' + textStatus + '
errorThrown = ' + errorThrown + '
status = ' + XMLHttpRequest.status);
<div id="testDiv">Something here</div>
<a href="test1.htm" class="ajaxlink">Link!</a> <br>

This basically runs the callServer() function when you click the "Link!". It then sends the test json data, that is { "testName": "testValue" } to server.php. Firebug reports that the json-data is indeed sent to the server.php.

My server.php looks like this:

This returns the following in the testDiv:

The datatype in the .ajax function is not defined, so whatever output the server.php file spits out, it should be readable. All the necessary libraries(json, jquery) are included in my document as well. I'm running this on Apache 2.2 and PHP 5.3.1, but it shows the same on my webserver (which is a host for thousands of websites). The content-type used in the request-header is 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8' so that should work correctly.

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JQuery - JSON Response Is Null But The URL Is Echoing Correctly?

I have a form being AJAX'd in by jQuery on a page with multiple forms. I'm performing the following function, which is a wrapper for the $.ajax function:

function do_json_get(uri){
var ret = '';
var url = AJAX_URL + uri;
type: 'GET',
url: url,
async: false,
success: function(data) {........

When I go to the AJAX server directly (which is rendering the form in PHP), I get the raw JSON response - so I know the server is outputting to the browser, and the AJAX server is doing other things like setting the proper cookies, so I know that the connection is good (I get a 200 response code). Yet the data object is coming back null. What else could I be missing?

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Decode Google Spreadsheet's Json Response As A Array?

My google Docs Spreadsheet call returns this response in the json format (I only need everything after "rows") I use php's json_decode function to parse the data and use it (Yes, I am awful at php) This code returns NULL, and according to the documentation, NULL is returned "if the json cannot be decoded".

$json = file_get_contents($jsonurl);
$json_output = json_decode($json);
var_dump ($json_output); // Returns NULL

Basically, what i want to accomplish is to make a simple array from the first row values of the Json response. like this

$array = {'john','John Handcock','','2929292','blanc'}

Answer as "sberry2A" mentions bellow, the response is not valid Json, google offers the Zend Json library for this purpose, tho I decided to parse the tsv-excel version instead :)

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I am using AJAX to submit a form, and would like to display a summary of the information on the page so that the user can confirm the information before submitting. I am having trouble getting the results to display on multiple lines. Here is the PHP:

$return['message'] = 'First Entry: ' . $_POST['Name1'] . ' ' . 'Second Entry: ' . $_POST['Name2'] . ' ' . 'Third Entry: ' . $_POST['Name3'];

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Ajax And JSON Response Bug In Internet Explorer (works In All Other Browsers)?

For some reason IE is asking us to download a file instead of running it as ajax. This works in all browsers except IE. I tried messing with the headers that it returns with no luck. The function grabs form data then post's it the response is a can be an array of any number of items to be updated on the page. Its not suppose to be file its suppose to be just a json response.PHP

header('Content-type: application/json');
$error = "The Email and Password you entered could not be resolved.";
$elements[0]['target'] = '.error_report';


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Json - CURL Example To Post Form Data And Receive Response?

I am trying to post form data to a remote server, using PHP and Curl, I also want to get the server response to the posted data.

I have written a function to post the data to the server using Curl. However I want to get the sever response to the POSTed data. The server response will be in JSON

So I am looking to write a function like this:

public function postFormDataAndGetResponse()
// use curl to post form data (this I have already done)
// now what Curl options to use to wait (up to a TIMEOUT interval) to receive json data from server?

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Put Double Quotes Inside A String Within An Ajax JSON Response?

I receive a JSON response in an Ajax request from the server. This way it works:

{ "a" : "1", "b" : "hello 'kitty'" }

But I did not succeed in putting double quotes around kitty.

When I convert " to x22 in the Ajax response, it is still interpreted as " by JavaScript and I cannot parse the JSON.

Should I also escape the and unescape later (which would be possible)?

How to do this?

Edit: I am not sure if i expressed it well: I want this string inside of "b" after the parse:

hello "kitty"

If necessary I could also add an additional step after the parse to convert "b", but I guess it is not necessary, there is a more elegant way so this happens automatically?

Edit2: The ajax page is generated by php. I tried several things now to create the value of b, all result in JSON parse error on the page:

$b = 'hello "kitty"';
// no 1:
//$b = str_replace('"',"x22",$b);
// or no 2:


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Insert Block Of Html Into A Page From A Json Response With Jquery?

<script type="text/javascript">
var dataString2 = 'run=captchagood&comment=' + comment;
type: "POST",
url: "process.php",


the list cells alternate background color in my script, so how could I make it insert class="thread-even" or class="thread-odd" depending on the last item?

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First of all, I'm uploading multiple images that goes through a for loop by the input file with multiple selections (HTML5), however when attempting to output the links in JSON, it's only outputting one image filename, even when I've selected 2+ images.

This is how I'm creating the JSON (the important parts, not the full script):

$count = 0;
$image_count = count($_FILES['file']);
for($i = 0; $i < $image_count; $i++)
$filename = random(13) . fileExt($_FILES['file']['name'][$i]);
move_uploaded_file($_FILES['file']['tmp_name'][$i], 'images/' . $filename);
$output = array();

I need it to be to similar to what I need it to be so I can parse it with jQuery.

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JQuery Does Not Return A JSON Object To Firebug When JSON Is Generated?

The contents of test.json are:

{"foo": "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.","bar": "ABCDEFG","baz": [52, 97]}

When I use the following jQuery.ajax() call to process the static JSON inside test.json,

url: 'test.json',
dataType: 'json',[code]....

I get a JSON object that I can browse in Firebug.However, when using the same ajax call with the URL pointing instead to this php script:

$arrCoords = array('foo'=>'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.','bar'=>'ABCDEFG','baz'=>array(52,97));
echo json_encode($arrCoords);

which prints this identical JSON object:

{"foo":"The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.","bar":"ABCDEFG","baz":[52,97]}

I get the proper output in the browser but Firebug only reveals only HTML. There is no JSON tab present when I expand GET request in Firebug.

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Submit Form Using Json To Another Page And Parse Json In JQuery?

I know this seems like I should have immediately found the one example out there that simply explained this concept, and I can't find the right one. The examples in tutorials out there use flickr as the request url, and I get it up to a point. I'm trying to handle a very complex form with four different buckets of info under one larger bucket of info. I though json would be a good choice. So I found an example that shows me how to serialize the data like this:

$.fn.serializeObject = function()
var o = {};[code]....

Which is great! Via an alert, I can see the json structure and my form elements. So I thought the rest would be totally simple. And here I am banging my head because I can't find one simple example of HOW to SEND or REQUEST this serialized data from my processing page which needs to print, organize and calculate the values of what was sent.So what I did next (and I'm sure it's wrong, but perhaps this will illustrate how new I am to it and where I need to start in my understanding of it) was to write the serialized data out to a hidden field like so:

$('form').submit(function() {
var field = '<input type="hidden" name="jsonval" value="' + $.toJSON($('form').serializeObject()) + '">';
// alert($.toJSON($('form').serializeObject()));[code]....

I'm using the GET method in the form and when it pops the alert it looks fine, then it goes to the next page. Only that hidden var I wrote out isn't there. The rest of the form values are. I just WANT to see the darn json somehow so I can then use json.parse or whatever I have to use in PHP to decode it.

Here's the complete code:

<html lang="en">
<head> [code]....

How do I get it to just communicate in some fashion with the receive.php page?

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I am trying to convert json data in to array using php. But unfortunately my json data contains encoded values. For this reason why i am unable to convert this json object in to array in php. I tried it in different ways, But i couldn't get any solutions to solve this.This is the URL data i am getting from client side.



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I am seeing strange behavior in this jQuery UI autocomplete setup.When I begin typing say "Smith", the autocomplete offers several options in a dropdown (eg, "Joe Smith", "Mary Taylor", "Jack Sparrow"). On the console I see no errors and the response is


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I normally append an encoded json object to the response body, however I now have a situation that warrants using the ContextSwitch action helper. I have a Zend_Form that requires three different response contexts:

html - Render the form as normal html within a layout.

html-partial - An ajax "get" request that renders just the form as html.

json - An ajax "post" request that returns any form valiation error messages.

For each context I have 3 view scripts. Although the two html contexts could use the same view script, but I haven't figured out if this is possible.


The html context views work okay, but the json view is not being picked up. What is the best method to override the default json post callback behaviour or pass a custom encoded object to the response body?

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SecondAssistant.prototype.setup = function() {
this.selectorChanged = this.selectorChanged.bindEventListener(this);
Mojo.Event.listen(this.controller.get('firstselector'), Mojo.Event.propertyChange, this.selectorChanged);[code].............

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I have this json content inside a var in php:

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"from": {
"name": "Domingo Sarmiento Lupo",
"id": "1125405534"
"name": "MUM Invasion Photos",.............

I want to echo every ID and NAME from each block, but Im very new at json and i always get stuck when i need to read more than one data.

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