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Elliot asked on 16 Sep 2015, 04:45 PM

I have two multi selects:

<select kendo-multi-select ng-model="authorizedUsers.office"
             k-data-source="officeUsers"
             k-data-text-field="'fullName'"
             k-data-value-field="'userId'"
             k-filter="'contains'"
             k-placeholder="'Select users...'"
             k-value-primitive="true"></select>​

<select kendo-multi-select ng-model="authorizedUsers.client"
             k-data-source="​clientUsers"
             k-data-text-field="'fullName'"
             k-data-value-field="'userId'"
             k-filter="'contains'"
             k-placeholder="'Select users...'"
             k-value-primitive="false"></select>

both clientUsers and officeUsers are arrays of objects but when I select anything the underlying model is updated with an array of strings of userId.  Is there a bug with the multi select and k-value-primitive or am I missing something?

 

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Georgi Krustev
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answered on 18 Sep 2015, 09:37 AM
Hello Elliot,

The valuePrimitive option is intended to be used with k-ng-model directive. Here is a demo that shows that:
When ng-model is used, the values will be set to the primitive values.

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Georgi Krustev
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