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#1 UG Cyber   User is offline

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Accepting Object Array in Query String

Posted 04 November 2019 - 02:08 PM

Good Afternoon,
I have a sales page that needs to accept a BUNCH of information via GET, most of which are just string and int values. An issue that im coming across is needing the ability to pass an array of objects to the endpoint via query string. here is what the object looks like

public class CustomField
      public string Field{get;set;}
      public string Value{get;set;}

i have tried adding it to my existing object like
public List<CustomField> CustomFields {get;set;}
public CustomField[] CustomFields {get;set;}

passing it as

however, the controller is not populating the data. Any ideas on how i can pass an object array to an endpoint via querystring?
Project is in C# / .NET Core 2.2 hosting in dev with IISExpress

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Re: Accepting Object Array in Query String

Posted 07 November 2019 - 12:19 PM

You should try [FromBody] in the controller. This is how we've used [FromBody] to capture passed in value with an ajax post call.

Take a look at the doc's here. https://docs.microso...=aspnetcore-2.2

        public async Task<IActionResult> GetMapData([FromBody] CountyModel query)
            if (!ModelState.IsValid)
                return BadRequest(ModelState);

            var someData= await _someDBContext.DoSomething(query);

            return Ok(someData);

//The model I'm using to capture the passed in values.
 public class CountyModel 
   public int StateCode{ get; set; }
   public int Countycode{ get; set; }

This post has been edited by smendoza88: 07 November 2019 - 12:21 PM

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