Not getting cascade dropdown using json in mvc

<script> $(document).ready(function () { //Get Bank Name –> Start $(‘#Countryid’).change(function (evt) { debugger // branchName(); var CountryId = $(‘#Countryid’).val(); if (CountryId == “” || CountryId == “PLEASE SELECT COUNTRY”) { alert(“Please select Country”) return false; } else { $.getJSON(‘/SendMoney/GroupType’, function (data) { var $options = $(‘#Grouptype’); $.each(data, function (key, entry) { //options.append($(‘<option></option>’).attr(‘value’, entry.value).text(entry.text)); $options.append($(“<option />”).val(this.Value).text(this.Text));…

Use Azure Cosmos DB Migration Tool to export from Azure Table API to json

I want to migrate the data from Cosmos Table API to a json file. I have copied the PRIMARY CONNECTION STRING from the portal and this is the command I am trying to run from using the migration tool: dt.exe /s:DocumentDB /s.ConnectionString:”PRIMARY CONNECTION STRING” /s.Collection:application /t:JsonFile OR: dt.exe /s:DocumentDB /s.ConnectionString:”PRIMARY CONNECTION STRING;Database=TablesDB” /s.Collection:application /t:JsonFile and…

Deserializing to DynamicObject Using Json.NET

If I want to deserialize to an ExpandoObject using Json.NET, I can do the following: var obj2 = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<ExpandoObject>(serializedData, new ExpandoObjectConverter()); But because I need to get back an object with a certain interface out of deserialization, I need to use a DynamicObject instead of ExpandoObject: public interface ISomeInterface { public string InterfaceMember { get;…

json_decode returns NULL with validated json data, error: “Control character error, possibly incorrectly encoded”

I’m using json data from https://apps.apple.com/se/app/mosaika/id515840296?dataOnly=true&isWebExpV2=true. I’ve pasted this data into online validators and they all say json is valid. However, in php (it’s actually my own wordpress plugin), when decoding the data using json_decode I get NULL. And last json error message becomes “Control character error, possibly incorrectly encoded” I’ve tried removing control characters,…

Is it possible to ignore a model property in nswag without using [JsonIgnore]?

Using JsonIgnore is not possible in my project and [OpenApiIgnore] does not work. In swashbuckle it was possible to make a filter by its own attribute, but in NSwag I did not find a similar mechanism. Code example: Command class On API Gateway: [MessageNamespace(“identity”)] public class UpdateUser:ICommand { [JsonConstructor] public UpdateUser(string surname, string name, string…