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Customizing jQuery plugins for "d parameter" in .NET 3.5 JSON response.
I was trying to use jqGrid, an excellent jQuery based grid, for building a zero postback page. It's configuration is very simple, similar to flexigrid, but has many additional features like inline editing, subgrids etc. What jqGrid expects is a JSON response having few objects and arrays, which are mapped to columns in the grid inside the grid.base.js file, like this. Though the grid's AJAX call is successful, data is not being bound to thegrid. The reason is, .NET 3.5 returns JSON object which is ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2009 3:53 AM

Customizing jQuery plugins for "d parameter" in .NET 3.5 JSON response.
I was trying to use jqGrid, an excellent jQuery based grid, for building a zero postback page. It's configuration is very simple, similar to flexigrid, but has many additional features like inline editing, subgrids etc. What jqGrid expects is a JSON response having few objects and arrays, which are mapped to columns in the grid inside the grid.base.js file, like this. Though the grid's AJAX call is successful, data is not being bound to thegrid. The reason is, .NET 3.5 returns JSON object which is ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2009 3:53 AM

Customizing jQuery plugins for "d parameter" in .NET 3.5 JSON response.
I was trying to use jqGrid, an excellent jQuery based grid, for building a zero postback page. It's configuration is very simple, similar to flexigrid, but has many additional features like inline editing, subgrids etc. What jqGrid expects is a JSON response having few objects and arrays, which are mapped to columns in the grid inside the grid.base.js file, like this. Though the grid's AJAX call is successful, data is not being bound to thegrid. The reason is, .NET 3.5 returns JSON object which is ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2009 3:53 AM

Customizing jQuery plugins for "d parameter" in .NET 3.5 JSON response.
I was trying to use jqGrid, an excellent jQuery based grid, for building a zero postback page. It's configuration is very simple, similar to flexigrid, but has many additional features like inline editing, subgrids etc. What jqGrid expects is a JSON response having few objects and arrays, which are mapped to columns in the grid inside the grid.base.js file, like this. Though the grid's AJAX call is successful, data is not being bound to thegrid. The reason is, .NET 3.5 returns JSON object which is ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 30, 2009 3:53 AM

Passing JSON objects in .NET 3.5
In my previous post, I have explained how to pass complex types using jQuery and JayRock in .NET 2.0 framework. I was digging a bit into Dave’s example (using complex types to make calling services less complex) in .NET 3.5 framework, to find how easier JSON serilaization/deserialization can be made. When a Web service class is decorated with “ScriptService” attribute, which is in the System.Web.Script.Services namespace in .NET 3.5, the web service returns data in JSON format [MSDN]. Whether the ......

Posted On Sunday, June 7, 2009 7:46 PM

Passing JSON objects in .NET 3.5
In my previous post, I have explained how to pass complex types using jQuery and JayRock in .NET 2.0 framework. I was digging a bit into Dave’s example (using complex types to make calling services less complex) in .NET 3.5 framework, to find how easier JSON serilaization/deserialization can be made. When a Web service class is decorated with “ScriptService” attribute, which is in the System.Web.Script.Services namespace in .NET 3.5, the web service returns data in JSON format [MSDN]. Whether the ......

Posted On Sunday, June 7, 2009 7:46 PM

Passing JSON objects in .NET 3.5
In my previous post, I have explained how to pass complex types using jQuery and JayRock in .NET 2.0 framework. I was digging a bit into Dave’s example (using complex types to make calling services less complex) in .NET 3.5 framework, to find how easier JSON serilaization/deserialization can be made. When a Web service class is decorated with “ScriptService” attribute, which is in the System.Web.Script.Services namespace in .NET 3.5, the web service returns data in JSON format [MSDN]. Whether the ......

Posted On Sunday, June 7, 2009 7:46 PM

Passing JSON objects in .NET 3.5
In my previous post, I have explained how to pass complex types using jQuery and JayRock in .NET 2.0 framework. I was digging a bit into Dave’s example (using complex types to make calling services less complex) in .NET 3.5 framework, to find how easier JSON serilaization/deserialization can be made. When a Web service class is decorated with “ScriptService” attribute, which is in the System.Web.Script.Services namespace in .NET 3.5, the web service returns data in JSON format [MSDN]. Whether the ......

Posted On Sunday, June 7, 2009 7:46 PM

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