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Consume WCF REST Service in our application with client to server end call using ajax and json object and deserialize json object...
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RaisKazi 10-Jul-14 9:11am    
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Member 10619915 11-Jul-14 5:12am     CRLF
Sir, it's not solution of my issue. Basically In my application i am sending json object in .cs or .ashx file and now i want deserialize it object then call wcf rest service and save data and return response in success or in label message. Right Now i have send json object and also deserialize it in .cs or .ashx file but not call wcf rest service from here ... I am sending useing code please review and give your solution Step 1: on button click call this function first... function AddNewCountry() { var countryId = $('#txtCountryId').val(); var countryName = $('#txtCountryName').val(); var active = $("#chkActive").attr("checked") ? true : false; if (countryId == null || countryId == "") { alert("Please enter country id") return; } if (countryName == null || countryName == "") { alert("Please enter country name") return; } if (active == false) { alert("Please check active") return; } var d = new Date(); var month = d.getMonth() + 1; var day = d.getDate(); var hour = d.getHours(); var minute = d.getMinutes(); var second = d.getSeconds(); var dateOutput = d.getFullYear() + '-' + (('' + month).length < 2 ? '0' : '') + month + '-' + (('' + day).length < 2 ? '0' : '') + day + ' ' + (('' + hour).length < 2 ? '0' : '') + hour + ':' + (('' + minute).length < 2 ? '0' : '') + minute + ':' + (('' + second).length < 2 ? '0' : '') + second; var _objCountryData = new Object(); _objCountryData.CountryId = $('input:text[name=CountryId]').val(); _objCountryData.CountryName = $('#txtCountryName').val(); _objCountryData.Active = active; //_objCountryData.DeActivateDate = "\/Date(1283219926108)\/"; _objCountryData.EntryBy = "super.admin"; _objCountryData.EntryDate = dateOutput; var CountryData = JSON.stringify(_objCountryData); var url = "../MyHandler.ashx"; $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: url, data: CountryData, contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", dataType: "json", processData: true, success: function (data, status, jqXHR) { debugger; alert("success......" + data); }, error: function (xhr) { alert(xhr.responseText); } }); } Step 2: call MyHandler.ashx public class MyHandler : IHttpHandler { public void ProcessRequest(HttpContext context) { try { RestService.MODEL.CustomCountryMaster _objCountry = new RestService.MODEL.CustomCountryMaster(); context.Response.ContentType = "application/json"; var data = context.Request; var sr = new StreamReader(data.InputStream); var stream = sr.ReadToEnd(); //Converting first json object into class object var javaScriptSerializer = new JavaScriptSerializer(); _objCountry = javaScriptSerializer.Deserialize(stream); // Now i want call wcf rest resvice and send this country object // wcf service is exist in one more class libaray (like : WCFRestService) } catch (Exception msg) { context.Response.Write(msg.Message); } } public bool IsReusable { get { return false; } } }

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