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I working on blazor web application server side by csharp . I face issue i can't get values

of properties employee id and department code from object parameter to insert value on table

I get compile time error when try to get value for property employee ID as below

error CS1061: 'object' does not contain a definition for 'employeeID' and no accessible extension method 'employeeID' accepting a first argument of type 'object' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

object data passed to owner
ValueKind = Object : "{"employeeID":1222,"employeeName":0,"departementCode":"211","jobCode":"1221","ownerType":null,"departementName":"ahmed"}"

when check owner object after break point hit and data passed as below :

so expected result will be


What I have tried:

        public ActionResult AddOwnerFile(object owner)
            string ownerfileno = owner.employeeID;
            string departementCode = owner.departementCode;

            var sql = "INSERT INTO Owner (OwnerFileNo, DepartementCode) VALUES ({0}, {1})";
            var rowsAffected = _context.Database.ExecuteSqlRaw(sql, ownerfileno, departementCode);

            return Ok();
Updated 24-Mar-23 23:22pm

The object class is the base of all classes and does not contain either of the requested properties. You must use a properly created (and designed) class that defines the properies.
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To add to what Richard has said, JSON data does not "magically" create classes for you, you need to construct a class with the appropriate properties that the JSON can be typed to. I used an online JSON converter[^] and generated this:
public class MyClass
    public int employeeID { get; set; }
    public int employeeName { get; set; }
    public string departementCode { get; set; }
    public string jobCode { get; set; }
    public object ownerType { get; set; }
    public string departementName { get; set; }
You would then use that as the type in your code:
ValueKind = MyClass : "{"employeeID":1222,"employeeName":0,"departementCode":"211","jobCode":"1221","ownerType":null,"departementName":"ahmed"}"
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