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  In UI5 we can send multiple records using batch operation. Here i have a application which can send data to the back-end using array of objects and i also gone through other blogs in SCN which describes about batch operations but they used static objects for sending data. In this application you can able to send more number of records using dynamic object creation by converting data into JSON format.


  The application contains some input fields and table for storing data for performing operations like add, change and delete.After completion of data operations if you want send multiple records to the back-end using batch operations,first you have convert data into JSON format.

Below code snippet describes how to get table data and pushing into an array.

var items = [];// intializing an array

var aTableData = oTable.getModel().getData();// getting table data

for (i = 0; i < oTableData.length; i++) {

items.push( {

“ItemKey”: aTableData[i].Item,

“ItempartGrp”: oTableData[i].itemcodegroup,

  “ItempartCod”: oTableData[i].itemcode,

  “ItemdefectGrp”: oTableData[i].problemcodegroup,

  “ItemdefectCod”: oTableData[i].problemcode,

  “ItemdefectShtxt”: oTableData[i].problemdescription,

  “CauseGrp”: oTableData[i].causegroup,

  “CauseCod”: oTableData[i].causecode,

  “CauseShtxt”: oSel[i].causedescription,



// oEntry is the main object to send data using batch operation.

//Pushing table data with some other values(i,e NotifType,FunctionLoc).

  var oEntry = {

  “NotifType”: xtitle,

  “Qmnum”: ” “,

  “NotifShorttxt”: shrttext,

  “FunctionLoc”: FuncLocation,

  “Equipment”: Equipmentno,

“NavNotifItems”: JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(items)),

  //  converting data into json format

// string type will converted into json object by parsing it.


  var sServiceUrl = “http://your url SRV/”; // ODATA URL

  var oDModel = new sap.ui.model.odata.ODataModel(sServiceUrl, true);

//creating batch operation

  oDModel.create(“/url”, oEntry, null, function(oData, oResponse)


  //function openDialog() {

  var oDialog1 = new sap.m.Dialog();

  oDialog1.setTitle(“Success Message”);

  var ovalue = new sap.m.Text({

  text: “Notification” + oData.Qmnum + ” is Created”


  var oVmain = new sap.m.FlexBox(“Dialog”, {

  items: [ovalue]



  oDialog1.addButton(new sap.m.Button({

  text: “OK”,

  press: function() {




  // };




  function(err) {

     //Error Callback“sap.m.MessageBox”);;


table screen shot for performing data operations


NOTE :  Upto my knowledge this is the best way to adding  table data to the back-end using batch operation by converting data into JSON format.

             if any doubts regarding this hit a comment and if any better methods  please let me know.

Thanks and Regards

Venkatachala C.K

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  1. A K

    Hi Venkatachala,

    Nice try, But I have some query.

    1. Creating Batch operation – SAPUI5-Odata Model has batch operation property to send the series of jobs into database. But here you are using for loop with oDATA call for oTableData.length number of time, is it any specific reason?

    Gateway Batch Calls from SAPUI5

    JsDoc Report – SAP UI development Toolkit for HTML5 – API Reference – sap.ui.model.odata.ODataModel

    2. Correct me if I am wrong, If oDATAModel calls occurs oTableData.length number of times, It might give a performance issue and reduce the database health.

    Assume my table has 10,000 records, will this code calls 10,000 times to trigger oDATAModel class?


    Karthik A

    1. Venkatachala C.K Post author

      Hi Karthik,

      Sorry i forgot to close for loop.(i corrected now)

      actually i’m pushing all data to an array(items) and i’m putting array in to an object(oEntry).

      Here oDATAModel call occurs only one time using batch operation and i’m taking oTableData.length to push all table items at time.

      thanks for correcting me

  2. Sashko Janev

    Hi Venkatachala,

    Your code is returning an error for me:Error while parsing an XML stream

    How did you set your Entity in the gateway so that one parameter can receive a table?

    The problem is when I call the service with the parameter: “NavNotifItems”: JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(items)).


          1. Sashko Janev

            No, perfectly fine. The problem was when I tried passing integers and the code couldn’t parse them to string for some reason.

            However here’s my working code for future reference:



              “Qmnum”: ’11’,

              “Kunum”: ’22’



            var oEntry = {

               “Qmnum”: ‘1’,

               “Kunum”: ‘2’,

               “inTab”: JSON.parse(JSON.stringify(items)),


            oModel.create(“/oDeepInsertSet”, oEntry, null, function(oData, oResponse)




              function(err) {

              // Error Callback




              this.setModel(oJSONModel, ‘theModel’);

  3. Lalitha P

    Nice blog:)

    But i have another doubt..

    I have created a matrix layout to get user inputs and trying to manually show that inputs getting added to table (just to display) on screen by adding those inputs,,and then i want to post  the table data to back end array using batch operation..

    Can u help me on how to add user inputs to my table on screen???

    1. Michael Appleby

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        1. Michael Appleby

          Hi Christopher,

          Feel free.  I keep the text file (just sent to you in an email) open all day with mostly canned responses for just this kind of situation.  Run Simple! after all.

          Cheers, Mike

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