this one helps. Yes. JPA Supports getting Data from Database view. It is possible to create Entity Class from Database view, But the problem is, every column from database view is treated as Object Class by JPA.(You will get Object as return type in getter method for each column). If needed we can change those column database types to corresponding data types. It works for me. But double check with your Senior Developer to proceed with Database view in JPA.
wish help you to fix your issue Okay thanks for clarifying that part, so my understanding is that the bindings in the MXML are working fine and you simply don't know how to retrieve the parameters that you are passing to the second call on the service? If so you should be able to use $_REQUEST or $_POST or $_GET in PHP depending on which HTTP method you set on the service (or whatever it uses by default I believe it's usually GET by default for the AS3 service classes). If instead your problem is just that you want to know when the data comes in and make the call at that point then you just need to override set data like
override public function set data(value:Object):void
super.data = value;
if(!data || data == value)
getSurveyQuestionsResult.token = surveyquestionsService.getSurveyQuestions(data);
it should still fix some issue First of all, unless you want to attach some additional data about the mapping, your mapping model shouldn't be necessary. Simply use a ForeignKey or a ManyToManyField. Then, you should consider using a PrimaryKeyRelatedField instead of a ChoiceField. This field takes a queryset as an argument, which will help you limit your choices. If you chose a ChoiceField to be able to get a nice display in the browsable API, you can achieve the same by creating a string representation for your model.