Monday, 09 January 2006
Xml Serialization: Properties left out without 'set' accessor
I ran into a frustrating problem today where some properties of my objects weren't getting serialized. I noticed it was the ones without 'set' accessors. I didn't want to put set accessors in because the properties should be read-only, but apparently the xml serializer needs the set accessor to de-serialize.
there is a good discussion on it on this thread.
Luckily we can use the ReadOnlyAttribute setting on the property to prevent it being modified by a programmer at design time.
or you can use the Soap serializer instead of xml, whatever that is.
Monday, 09 January 2006 17:57:34 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00) .Net General | .Net Windows Forms | Asp.Net