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how to get an applet value in json as output

 
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I have an applet code that displays my name in the applet browser. Now am trying to get my name as json output inside the same applet. Below is my code,



When i excute am getting my name in browser but there is no response from json and am not sure how to get it. Could anyone suggest an idea to solve this.
 
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Hi,

If I understant correctly the api JSONObject this code has to do the trick



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Thanks for your support carles, The idea you gave is not working for me. Am getting the same as before. Any other suggestions?
 
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Hi,

I have tested this code
and the output is object correctly encoded in json
{"name":"Sabarish Venkat"}

Have I misunderstood your goal?
 
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That works when outside the applet but my goal is inside the applet i need to get the json
 
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Hi,
Why didn't work inside the applet?
 
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No idea about that.. still debugging it...If you have any other idea let me know thanks for your support carles
 
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I got the solution, All i did is just put the code out of the paint method like below,
 
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