#101839
Anonymous
Inactive

The problem is not assigning the user. Essentially I took the “Editable” example and I created a PHP script to generate the data. In the Editable example the¬†window.getKanbanData() is setting the assignment of the user to the task and the Kanban shows that. When I do that same thing sending it via json remotely, it is not setting it properly.
 
So if I set my javascript as…

async function fetchData() {
    let response = await fetch('/she_test/test2.php');
    console.log(response.status);
    if (response.status === 200) {
        let kbData = await response.json();
        window.Smart('#kanban', class {
            get properties() {
                return {
                    addNewButton: true,
                    collapsible: true,
                    dataSource: kbData.tasks,
                    editable: true,
                    taskActions: true,
                    taskDue: true,
                    taskProgress: true,
                    userList: true,
                    users: kbData.users,
                    columns: [
                        { label: 'To do', dataField: 'toDo' },
                        { label: 'In progress', dataField: 'inProgress' },
                        { label: 'Testing', dataField: 'testing' },
                        { label: 'Done', dataField: 'done', addNewButton: false }
                    ]
                };
            }
        });
        return kbData
    }
}
fetchData();
and it is calling a the following php script...
<?php
$out = array('tasks'=>array(),'users'=>array());
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 0,
    'status' => 'done',
    'text' => 'Task 1',
    'tags' => getTags(0),
    'progress' => 100,
    'userId' => 2
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 1,
    'status' => 'done',
    'text' => 'Task 2',
    'tags' => getTags(1),
    'priority' => 'high',
    'progress' => 100,
    'userId' => 3
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 2,
    'status' => 'done',
    'text' => 'Task 4',
    'tags' => getTags(2) .', '. getTags(3),
    'priority' => 'high',
    'progress' => 100,
    'userId' => 2
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 3,
    'status' => 'done',
    'text' => 'Task 5',
    'tags' => getTags(3),
    'userId' => 1
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 4,
    'status' => 'done',
    'text' => 'Task 6',
    'tags' => getTags(1) .', '. getTags(3),
    'progress' => 100,
    'userId' => 0
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 5,
    'status' => 'testing',
    'text' => 'Task 7',
    'tags' => getTags(2),
    'progress' => 90,
    'userId' => 3
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 7,
    'status' => 'Task 8',
    'tags' => getTags(1) .', '. getTags(3),
    'progress' => 100,
    'userId' => 3
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 6,
    'status' => 'testing',
    'text' => 'Task 9',
    'tags' => getTags(4),
    'color' => '#9966CC',
    'userId' => 3
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 8,
    'status' => 'inProgress',
    'text' => 'Task 21',
    'tags' => getTags(4) .', '. getTags(1),
    'progress' => 25,
    'userId' => 0
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 9,
    'status' => 'inProgress',
    'text' => 'Task 22',
    'tags' => getTags(2),
    'priority' => 'high',
    'progress' => 85,
    'color' => 'red',
    'userId' => 1
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 10,
    'status' => 'inProgress',
    'text' => 'Task 23',
    'tags' => getTags(5),
    'userId' => 2
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 11,
    'status' => 'toDo',
    'text' => 'Task 24',
    'tags' => getTags(5),
    'priority' => 'high',
    'progress' => 0
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 12,
    'status' => 'toDo',
    'text' => 'Task 25',
    'tags' => getTags(2)
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 13,
    'status' => 'toDo',
    'text' => 'Task 26',
    'tags' => getTags(2) .', '. getTags(5) .', '. getTags(1),
    'priority' => 'low',
    'userId' => 4
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 14,
    'status' => 'toDo',
    'text' => 'Task 27',
    'userId' => 1
);
$out['tasks'][] = array(
    'id' => 15,
    'status' => 'toDo',
    'text' => 'Task 28',
    'tags' => getTags(1)
);
$out['users'][] = array('id'=> 0, 'name'=> 'Andrew', 'image'=> '/she_test/images/people/andrew.png');
$out['users'][] = array('id'=> 1, 'name'=> 'Anne', 'image'=> '/she_test/images/people/anne.png');
$out['users'][] = array('id'=> 2, 'name'=> 'Janet', 'image'=> '/she_test/images/people/janet.png');
$out['users'][] = array('id'=> 3, 'name'=> 'John', 'image'=> '/she_test/images/people/john.png');
$out['users'][] = array('id'=> 4, 'name'=> 'Laura', 'image'=> '/she_test/images/people/laura.png');
echo json_encode($out);
exit();
function getTags($tag=0){
    $tags = array(
        0 => 'initial', 1 => 'data', 2=>'visual', 3=>'property', 4=>'scrolling', 5=>'method');
    return $tags[$tag];
}
It should set the assignment of the tasks be setting the userId in the json data. It is not doing that. I have tried many different ways, just nothing seems to work.