I read large json file, change certain things and then write it back to disk:
using (var reader = new StreamReader(filePath))
var log = (JObject)JToken.ReadFrom(new JsonTextReader(reader));
//log = UpdateOneLog(log);
using (var writer = new StreamWriter(updateFilePath))
Weird things happen for certain files and I believe it has something to do with file size. The date time should be startedDateTime":"2013-01-17T11:00:40.000-06:00" but it gets written to the file as startedDateTime":"2013-01-17T11:00:40-06:00"
(note that fractions of the second "000" is missing). I even commented out my update logic as shown above. All I am doing is reading file and writing it back but the date gets garbled..
Am I doing something wrong?