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I am trying to iterate over the object inside array, What I want to do is to iterate over the array and it's object and print value of inside object's key.

Below is my code:

<ul class="mainDataList">
    <apex:variable var="count" value="{!0}"/>
    <apex:repeat value="{!activity['extra']}" var="x">
        <li>
            <p class="eventTitle">{!activity['extra'][count]['title']}</p>
            <p class="analyticSection">
                <strong> 
                    <apex:outputText value="{! IF((activity['extra'][count]['section'] == null), 'NA',  activity['extra'][count]['section']) }" /> 
                </strong>
            </p>
            <div class="thumbAndEvents">
            </div> 
        </li>
        <apex:variable value="{!count+1}" var="count"/>
    </apex:repeat>
</ui>

I am getting "Content cannot be displayed: Map key section not found in map"

If it is null/empty then don't print anything else print the value which is an inside object.

EDIT: Apex Response Model:

public SObject extra { get; set; } 


public static Object parse(String input)
    {    
        return  JSON.deserializeUntyped(input);
    }

I have specified extra key as a sobject and method return value as Object. I had to change it because I have inconsistent data in that perticular key and by doing this way I am able to achieve what I wanted.

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  • Can you add your apex controller as well – Lokesh Jul 22 '19 at 7:51
  • What is activity? And extra can't be used as the value of a repeat tag if it's represented as a single SObject in the controller. In the sample data in your comment below, it looks like it's an array/list of objects with multiple attributes. – Thomas Taylor Jul 22 '19 at 10:43
  • the 'activity' has lots of key-value pair data but I am facing problem in just 'extra' key which has inconsistent data – Mysterious Coder Jul 22 '19 at 11:01
  • The Apex snippet doesn't show what the extra SObject is being populated with. While repeat can take any Object, it is usually used to iterate over an Apex collection, like a Map or Set. – Thomas Taylor Jul 22 '19 at 11:14
  • Is it possible the way I am doing? – Mysterious Coder Jul 22 '19 at 11:23
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You shouldn't use <apex:variable> in that way. From the documentation:

Note: <apex:variable> does not support reassignment inside of an iteration component, such as <apex:dataTable> or <apex:repeat>. The result of doing so, e.g., incrementing the <apex:variable> as a counter, is unsupported and undefined.

As Lokesh said, a snippet of your controller, or at least a clear explanation of the data structure you're trying to iterate over, is needed to give you much additional guidance. But you've defined the <apex:repeat>'s var as x, but then do not make any reference to x inside of the <apex:repeat>. It seems like the display lines inside the repeat should probably look something like:

<p class="eventTitle">{!x['title']}</p>
<p class="analyticSection">
<strong><apex:outputText value="{!IF((x['section'] == null),'NA',
         x['section']) }" /> </strong>

But we'd need to know more about the data structure in activity to say more.

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  • I have below type of data to iterate: extra:[ {duration=, title=New presentation started, section=, hasrating=-1, thumb=null, extra=null}{duration=28, title=Surveys, section=null, hasrating=-1, thumb=null, extra=null} ] – Mysterious Coder Jul 22 '19 at 8:36
  • I want to iterate over the extra array and get each objects' value – Mysterious Coder Jul 22 '19 at 8:43
  • Please edit your question and add the information there, so that other answerers can see it. Please also specify the Apex collection type & what the elements' data types are. But probably you want {!x.title} and {!x.section} – Thomas Taylor Jul 22 '19 at 8:46
  • It is not working I have tried it – Mysterious Coder Jul 22 '19 at 10:24
  • That's why both Lokesh and I asked you to edit your question (rather than adding another comment) to specify the details of the data structure in the controller. – Thomas Taylor Jul 22 '19 at 10:30

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