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18-10-2019

Being new to Campaign I am having trouble debugging JS code In Campaign..

I have a general question on the debugging aspect of the Code ( javascript )

  1. How to see the XML that is being returned . I tried doing logInfo( response ) in the below code, but nothing is shown

var query = xtk.queryDef.create( 
  <queryDef schema="nms:recipient" operation="get">   
    <select>     
      <node expr="@firstName"/>     
      <node expr="@lastName"/>     
      <node expr="@email"/>   
    </select>       
  </queryDef>)

var response = query.ExecuteQuery()
lofInfo( response.recipient ); =>  shows nothing

2. What are the tips/guidelines  for debugging the javascirpt code  in Campaign ?  how do the experts do it   🙂

cheers

akshay

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20-10-2019

Hi,

Use below syntax:

var query = xtk.queryDef.create(
  <queryDef schema="nms:recipient" operation="get">  
    <select>    
      <node expr="@firstName"/>    
      <node expr="@lastName"/>    
      <node expr="@email"/>  
    </select>      
  </queryDef>)

var response = query.ExecuteQuery()

logInfo("response: "+ response.toXMLString());

Also if your output has more than one row then use for each loop.

for each( var res in response){

logInfo("response: "+ response.toXMLString());

}

Thanks.