Problem getting location information of JSON document - unity/c#

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Version : 4.1.2

I've got a result set of JSON objects from a query, and all objects in this collection are geotagged with lat and lon.  On parsing through the results, I'm trying to store that lat/lon for further use, but I'm not getting the actual information.  Here's a couple things that I've tried:

first, I used this - which resulted in mobPosition having the value of "com.shephertz.app42.paas.sdk.csharp.storage.GeoTag"

public class NBMQ_UnityCallBack : App42CallBack
{
	public void OnSuccess(object response)
	{
		Storage storage = (Storage) response;
		IList<Storage.JSONDocument> jsonDocList = storage.GetJsonDocList ();
		for (int i = 0; i < jsonDocList.Count; i++) {
			App42Log.Console("objectId is " + jsonDocList[i].GetDocId());
			App42Log.Console("jsonDoc is " + jsonDocList[i].GetJsonDoc());

			var mobPosition = jsonDocList [i].GetLocation ();
then I tried this instead, but the resulting value for mobPosition is still the same:

public class NBMQ_UnityCallBack : App42CallBack
{
	public void OnSuccess(object response)
	{
		Storage storage = (Storage) response;
		IList<Storage.JSONDocument> jsonDocList = storage.GetJsonDocList ();
		for (int i = 0; i < jsonDocList.Count; i++) {
			App42Log.Console("objectId is " + jsonDocList[i].GetDocId());
			App42Log.Console("jsonDoc is " + jsonDocList[i].GetJsonDoc());

			GeoTag mobPosition = new GeoTag();
			mobPosition = jsonDocList [i].GetLocation ();

 

How would I correctly store the lat/lon from the JSON object for the script to parse?

 

Thanks,

Ed

asked Sep 29 in Unity by 2kjeeptj (10 points)

1 Answer

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Hi Ed,

You can get the JSON object based their tagged location using FindDocumentsByLocation API and the locations can be fetched as follows in the response callback:

public void OnSuccess(object obj)
        {
            if (obj is Storage)
            {
                Storage storage = (Storage)obj;
                IList<Storage.JSONDocument> jsonDocList = storage.GetJsonDocList();
                for(int i=0;i<storage.GetJsonDocList().Count;i++){
                    Debug.Log ("jsonDoc is : " + jsonDocList[i].GetJsonDoc());
                    Debug.Log ("Location : " + jsonDocList[i].GetLocation().GetJSONObject());
                }
            }
        }

Let me know if you have any further queries, I will be happy to help.

Thanks.

answered Oct 2 by rajeev.etc (1,498 points)
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