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I have an entity list that will display something like the below:
So a simplified version of the code would be as below. This shows me getting the title field which works fine but using the attribute name for the Qualification aim doesn't work.
The easiest way is to use developer console and find the data-attribute value within the rendered lis.
Hope this helps
Im trying to find the data attribute names in dev console. Im querying $(this) in the console but cant find where they are stored. debugging the jquery shows what I think it should be as undefined.
can you advise where I find the actual data attribute names are that the view is using?
I have a similar requirement but it is to get the GUID of the linked entity
not sure the same code work for Option Set, but give it a try, I am storing the object as a json and than getting the ID:
var JSONObject = JSON.parse(list.find('[data-attribute="uow_title"]').attr("data-value"));
var value = JSONObject.Id;
Thanks, I've worked this out now. The field name for related entity was prefixed with aa. so I had to use aa.uow_qualificationaimcode.
Thanks for sharing the fix here. This will surely help others facing the same issue.
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