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Kumar_Jitendra 14-Aug-14 7:35am View
Just I get to know that, datetime property is causing this problem. It has default/min value: 01/01/0001 12:00 AM.

I changed it to today or max date and it solve this issue. I can't make it nullable because it is being used multiple places and the is being consumed by multiple client.

Can somebody suggest me the good approach to resolve it?

Kumar_Jitendra 14-Aug-14 5:06am View
I mean, on client side, I am getting error.

On service side I am able to convert object into Json so I believe, data should be in the correct format.
Kumar_Jitendra 14-Aug-14 4:51am View
Thanks for reply. Can you tell me how can i check data on client.

On Service, before returning data I am able to convert the object into json.

Kumar_Jitendra 27-Mar-14 14:54pm View
What if we write below:

var yourSessionValue = '<%= Session["myValue"] %>';

Session["myValue"] = null;
Kumar_Jitendra 26-Mar-14 17:25pm View
Since we know, there would be maximum one row in the result, so don't need to use any loop(while).

score = theReader["totalMarks"].ToString();


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