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How can I push value with array into ...mapAction #1435

korpong753 opened this Issue Oct 26, 2018 · 1 comment


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korpong753 commented Oct 26, 2018

I have a question about if I have a value with array which the data will come from check box menu when we clicked. Actually, I want to use data in array name is 'mdbListSelected' that was collected data from user selected on other component and want to know how much user selected its every time as well. I try to use Vuex like below but it doesn't work, Eventhough, I try to use ...mapAction to define in v-model of Treeselect but it doesn't work too. Anyone know how to correct it please explain me, Thank a lot.

*** I have tried to use simple vuex by get message from it via getter name getMessage and it work normally. ***

## listcomponent.vue ##

v-model="dataSelected" // Contains data that selected

export default {
data() {
return {
mdbsList: [ ],
mdbListSelected: [ ], // The data that was collected when user selected
methods: {

## store.js ##
const state = {
message: 'Hello from VueX',
selected: [ ]
const mutations = {
MDBFILTERSELECTED(state, payload) {
state.selected = payload
const actions = {
mdbSelected(context, param) {
context.commit('MDBFILTERSELECTED', param)

const getters = {
getMessage: state => state.message,
getMDBSelected: state => state.selected

export default {


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