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Reading JSON data in T-SQL on SQL Server
Extracting values from JSON string on SQL Server using T-SQL
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JSON is the most commonly used data fromat nowdays. It is lighter than XML, more readable and it's sindax complies with most OOP C-Like lnguages such as Java, JavaScript and C#. There is not really many downsides of using JSON, so that is one of the rasons everyone is using it in one way or another. ... read more
Reduce traffic by serializing JSON with different alias with Json.NET and C#
Reducing speed and increasing performance by reducing traffic with JSON size
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One of the reasons JSON is used rather than XML is it's simplicity in notation. However XML is claimed to be more human readable than JSON and JSON is easier to parse for machines, so basically we switched from XML in favor to machine processing. If you take a C# class and serialize it to JSON string you still find it quite readable since we kept all nice property names in the JSON output... read more
Posting JSON to WebApi without reference to a model in C#
Post JSON data to WebApi without having new model class on the client
 
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Web API and in general REST services are becoming more and more often used layer of the applications. It relies on the HTTP, it is lighter than the SOAP and more natural to JavaScript, therefore easy to use both from the client and serer side. Implementation of the WebApi in ASP.NET is pretty simple... read more
Serialize html form to JSON without using JQuery
Transform user input from HTML form fields to JSON
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jQuery makes things a lot easir when working with DOM. So many thing there out of the b and you do not need to worry about browsr compatibility. Browser compatibility used to be a big deal few years back, but not it all comes to almost one engine which is WebKit. ... read more
Why is JsonRequestBehavior needed?
Understanding JSON data restriction over HTTP GET requests
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You probably run to this exception when you tried to fetch JSON data over HTTP GET request. Now, first this is easy to bypass by simply adding JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet option to method which is retutning JSON data for GET request in a controller file. ... read more
Dictionary to object in C#
Create an object from dictionary collection
 
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Dictionaries are very useful as data holders for any type of the code in C#. You can easily manipulate data stored on collections, but there are disadvantages like posting data to REST JSON service. The easiest way to invoke JSON REST API is to simply serialize your object to JSON string... read more
MSMQ recovery with .NET
Using MSMQ with message recovery in .NET
 
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MSMQ is a bit old stuff and there are bunch of other products out here which perform better in most of the scenarios, but MSMQ is still used in a lot of solutions and Microsoft still did not announce support ending for MSMQ so it will be for sure some more time around.One of the stuff that is missing as out of the box feature in MSMQ is recovery. In scenarios you get the message from the queue and try to process, and process fails, in some of the cases you might want to try to process the message again... read more
Serialize DataTable to JSON with just few lines of code
Generate JSON string from DataTable in C#
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Although JSON is widely used as a format for sharing the data, there are still existing solutions or modules that still rely on ADO and DataTables. Even today it very common to see some piece of code which deals with DataTable or DataReader for the performance reasons. In the end if any of the ADO objects needs to be exposed as a JSON string you have to write your own serialization code. ... read more
MSMQ JSON message formatter
Use JSON to serialize and deserialize message queue messages
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Storing objects in the message queue (MSMQ) is based on the serialization of the object instance using some of the serializes, basically any class the implements IMessageFormatter. Most commonly used ones are BinaryMessageFormatter and XmlMessageFormatter. I prefer XmlMessageFormatter over BinaryMessageFormatter, mostly because messages are stored in a readable format inside the queue, so in case something goes wrong you can direly check the content of the message using built Computer Management MMC (Microsoft management console) in the. ... read more
JSON data validation in C#
Validate JSON data with C# in .NET framework 4
 
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JSON is slowly but certainly taking over the throne of XML. It is much lighter, a lot easier to deserialize, but still there are some features that XML is better in. One of these is validation... read more

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