HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information
int questionId = int.Parse(data[str]);
Result result = new Result();
result.QuestionID = questionId;
result.ChoiceID = choiceId;
result.UserID = usrId;
return Json("success");
The SaveResults() method is bit lengthy and requires careful observation. In order to convert JSON
data passed from the client into a .NET dictionary, it uses the Json.NET library. Json.NET is a popular high-
performance JSON framework for .NET that offers flexible ways to convert between JSON and .NET types.
SaveResults() first reads the InputStream of the request into a string variable. It then uses the JsonConvert
class of the Json.NET library to convert the JSON string into a .NET dictionary. Because localStorage stores
all data as plain strings, the .NET dictionary uses string key and value data types
( Dictionary<string,string> ).
n Note Json.NET is a powerful open source framework and offer many other features. In this example, however,
you need it only to convert a JSON dictionary to a .NET dictionary. Visit for more
details about Json.NET .
SaveResults() then adds the user information to the Users table. The user's UserID is retrieved
because it's also required while adding records to the Results table. The three keys— FirstName , LastName ,
and Email —are removed after a record is added in the Users table so that only ChoiceID keys are left. This
way, you can simply run a for-each loop and add data to the Results table.
Figure 7-8 shows a sample successful run of the Survey application.
Figure 7-8. Sample run of the Survey application
Search WWH ::

Custom Search