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JRegistry/loadJSON

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Description

Load an JSON string into the registry into the given namespace [or default if a namespace is not given]

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Description:JRegistry/loadJSON

Syntax

loadJSON($data, $namespace=null)
Parameter Name Default Value Description
$data JSON formatted string to load into the registry
$namespace null Namespace to load the INI string into [optional]

Returns

boolean True on success

Defined in

libraries/joomla/registry/registry.php

Importing

jimport( 'joomla.registry.registry' );

Source Body

public function loadJSON($data, $namespace = null)
{
        // Load a string into the given namespace [or default namespace if not given]
        $handler = &JRegistryFormat::getInstance('JSON');
 
        // If namespace is not set, get the default namespace
        if ($namespace == null) {
                $namespace = $this->_defaultNameSpace;
        }
 
        if (!isset($this->_registry[$namespace])) {
                // If namespace does not exist, make it and load the data
                $this->makeNameSpace($namespace);
                $this->_registry[$namespace]['data'] = &$handler->stringToObject($data);
        } else {
                // Get the data in object format
                $ns = $handler->stringToObject($data);
 
                /*
                 * We want to leave groups that are already in the namespace and add the
                 * groups loaded into the namespace.  This overwrites any existing group
                 * with the same name
                 */
                foreach (get_object_vars($ns) as $k => $v) {
                        $this->_registry[$namespace]['data']->$k = $v;
                }
        }
 
        return true;
}

[Edit See Also] SeeAlso:JRegistry/loadJSON

Examples

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