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Problem when deserializing null values to properties of type JObject

first post: ldokov wrote: Hi, With the latest version of the Newtonsoft.Json library(v 6.0....

latest post: karldodd wrote: Hi, I met the exact same problem. I am using version 6.0.5. Could...

Camel Case for most properties, but not all.

first post: Grokys wrote: Hello, I have a model something like below. I want all of the prope...

latest post: StephanMeijer wrote: I know this is quite an old thread. But I was wondering if you have...

JsonConvert.DeserializeObject

first post: email2saga wrote: When i deserialize the object i get null values for fields that are...

Serialization depth

first post: trentcioran wrote: Hi, first, sorry for my english =P. I'm new to Json.Net and I've b...

latest post: evanlarsen wrote: So, has anyone been able to do this? I need to set a max depth on ...

JsonSerialization exception + Unexpected end when deserializing object.

first post: codeplexvishnu wrote: I used Newtonsoft.json dll for json deserialization Here I will i...

Deserialiize

first post: williamlou wrote: I have these json { "user": { "id": 100, "status": "ACTIVE", ...

JObject could / should(?) ignore null params instead of throwing

first post: andrewwebb wrote: James, Sorry, but I want to come back to this. Consider the followi...

latest post: benmills wrote: I completely agree that it would be great if the Linq to Json compo...

custom type as dictionary key

first post: pgkbb wrote: I have a Dictionary defined like this: Dictionary<Time, Mark> The ...

Key-Value Pair Object

first post: RamzessIV wrote: SORRY MY BAAAAD English... The service returns this: { "status"...

latest post: MarcM1 wrote: I have the same question, found this and was excited until I see yo...

How would I get a value from this format?

first post: Raxdiam wrote: delete