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Json array pass to model through controller [Spring Boot]  RSS feed

 
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Hi, How are you?
I have a web project, where I'm fetching a json file through JavaScript for frontend. It's working fine. But when I send those json data to my model, I'm not able to sent them.

   
and



and in my controller,



In model class.


So how can pass json value with variable from one form?
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Your models are expected to be a list / array of strings, but your JavaScript code sends them as a single string. From .val():

Get the current value of the first element in the set of matched elements or set the value of every matched element.


To get a list of values, you need to use map.

Untested (but copied from DevDocs):
 
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