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Since the MyTypes class in the question has just such a constructor, this now just works. c# json linq serialization json.net share|improve this question edited Dec 17 '14 at 21:30 asked Dec 17 '14 at 21:00 mayabelle 4,89432148 Did you try deserializing into an IEnumerable>> The problem that I have now is that we already have about 1000 of these json files containing many months of data, and we don't have a way to regenerate them. System.Collections...? –danludwig Dec 17 '14 at 21:11 1 If you exclude the type from the serialized result, does it work for you then? (check for the TypeNameHandling setting) –Andrew Whitaker have a peek here

Particular Software member SimonCropp commented Jan 20, 2015 @johnsimons i think @andreasohlund has plans to dump Json.net from the core. How do I solve this problem? You signed in with another tab or window. Browse other questions tagged c# json serialization json.net or ask your own question. read the full info here

Add a Solution Add your solution here B I U S small BIG code Plain TextC++CSSC#Delphi / PascalF#HTML / XML / ASPJavaJavascriptObjective-CSQLSwiftPerlPHPPythonVBXMLvar < > & link [^] encode untab case indent This is my pillow Real numbers which are writable as a differences of two transcendental numbers What is the total sum of the cardinalities of all subsets of a set? The difference between "an old,old vine" and "an old vine" How safe is 48V DC? Particular Software member johnsimons commented Apr 13, 2014 Well, if it used to work before shouldn't we fix it?

Interconnectivity Were the Smurfs the first to smurf their smurfs? Is that how it should be? Cannot create and populate list type System.Linq.IQueryable at Newtonsoft.Json.Utilities.CollectionUtils.CreateList(Type listType, Boolean& isReadOnlyOrFixedSize) I thought there was something wrong in my object model itself which is causing construction of the collection object It seems that's where your problem lies.

Particular Software member andreasohlund commented Dec 9, 2014 Since it's a json.net regression how about leave as is since this will be a non issue after #2460 is done? Reload to refresh your session. Particular Software member andreasohlund commented Apr 13, 2014 Good point, this highlights the fact that we should pull json.net out to a plugin serializer and go with simplejson as the builtin So I Googled around for solutions.

asked 1 year ago viewed 5225 times active 1 year ago Related 173deserializing JSON to .net object using NewtonSoft (or linq to json maybe?)1Using Json.NET to deserialize this kind of data0Json.NET To deserialise something, it needs an implementation rather than just an interface. –Deleted Sep 27 '11 at 9:43 Chris, Altered to subclass ReadOnlyCollection with some other changes but i Imagine someone updating from 4.0.4 to 4.5, and some messages would not deserialize properly right? — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub. Do I rollback json.net to v4.5.11, the version that used to work on ? @Particular/nservicebus thoughts?

How do I change thickness and color of \hline on a table simultaneously؟ This is my pillow What is really curved, spacetime, or simply the coordinate lines? Particular Software member SimonCropp commented Jan 20, 2015 @johnsimons so the fix suggested by @synhershko works and wont break anything else (to the best of our knowledge)? Reload to refresh your session. The problem seems to be that it is not possible to use Enumerables derived from a linq expression as properties in a message any longer.

Count trailing truths why isn't the interaction of the molecules with the walls of the container (in an ideal gas) assumed negligible? It isn't necessary to convert it to a JArray, I included the second loop just as an example. –0_______0 Jul 10 at 3:22 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved And I still kept getting exception. http://skimwp.org/cannot-create/cannot-create-and-populate-list-type-system-object.php How do we fix this one?

Great thanks for your help! Here is my attempt to deserialize: List jsonOutputStrings; // Read json from files and populate jsonOutputStrings list List> apiResponses = new List>(); foreach (string json in jsonOutputStrings) { apiResponses.AddRange(JsonConvert.DeserializeObject>>(json, new JsonSerializerSettings Particular Software member SimonCropp commented Jan 20, 2015 @johnsimons yes but we would need to document all the things fixed and added between the two json .net versions as breaking changes.