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how to store multifield nodes as JSON in aem 6.5 (coral 3) ?

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Hi,

 

Try adding composite as false 

 

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Hey thanks for reply but that way it's will be stored as an array like comma separated 

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Hi,

OOTB the coral multifield stoored values as node. You have to write your own logic to store the multifield as json but you can read it from Node as well. YOu can check some old thread with the same queries.

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/coral-multifield-6-4-touch...

 



Arun Patidar

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I have fixed by jqury dialog logic i will capture multifield data and concert into json and store into text field please refer below code 

 


console.log("client multifields....");
(function(document, $, ns) {
"use strict";
$(document).on("click", ".cq-dialog-submit", function(e) {
var attributelist =$("input[name='./fname']").attr("data-attribute1").split(",");

console.log("attributelist"+attributelist.size);
var parentlabel = "./"+ $("input[name='./fname']").attr("data-parentlabel");


var $formminmax = $(this).closest("form.foundation-form");

var field = $formminmax.find("[data-granite-coral-multifield-name='"+parentlabel+"']");
var totalLinkCount = field.children('coral-multifield-item').length;
var test = field.children('coral-Form-fieldwrapper').name;


var jsonObj = [];

for (var i = 0; i < totalLinkCount; i++) {
var item = {}
console.log("pp"+'itemXX'.replace('XX',i));

for (var j=0; j < attributelist.length; j++) {
var itemname = './bookdetailswithmap/item'+i+'/./'+attributelist[j];
item [attributelist[j]] =field.find($("[name='"+itemname+"']")[0]).val();
}
jsonObj.push(item);
}
var obj2 = {"parentlabel": jsonObj };
snippet.log(obj2.personalization.name);
$('.fnameclass').val(JSON.stringify(jsonObj));
});
})(document, Granite.$, Granite.author);

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Thanks!, this is great help, Can you please share the component structure as well.