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I have a web service method, that accepts List<T>, where T is a complex object with many properties. I have a public property in code behind, which returns List<T>. How can i call this web service method from client side code and pass this List<T> as parameter?
I have tried this, but it does not work.
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MyWebService.Foo('<%= Property %>', successCallback, errorCallback)
I know i can access code behind properties in client side script with '<%= %>'

I think i have to serialize this List to JSon object or something like that?

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Hi there,

Generics don't exist in JavaScript, so you need to pass something specific like an array of strings.

Since this is not related to my book directly, please post this question in the General category here: http://p2p.wrox.com/asp-net-4-5-1-752/ to attract more viewers.

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