Storing list in a dictionary

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I have a question regarding the storage of json documents in the No SQL storage service. What is the exact method to store a List of strings as a value in a json document? I am getting a Bad Parameter exception error every time I try t o add a list as a value in the dictionary json objet by the save and update callback method. This is how I did it
jsonObjectMatch.Add ("self", FB.UserId);
jsonObjectMatch.Add ("opID", matchColOpID);
jsonObjectMatch.Add ("opName", matchColOpName);
storageService.SaveOrUpdateDocumentByKeyValue (database, matchCollection, "self", key, jsonObjectMatch, new UnitySaveUpdateCallback ());
The exception is as follows:
appErrorCode : "1400"
Exception : com.shephertz.app42.paas.sdk.csharp.App42BadParameterException: {"httpErrorCode":"400", "appErrorCode":"1400", "message":"Bad Request", "details":"The Request parameters are invalid"}
UnitySaveUpdateCallback:OnException(Exception) (at Assets/Scripts/UnitySaveUpdateCallback.cs:33)


asked Jun 26, 2014 in App42PaaS & BPaaS by (21 points)
Are you trying to add the array in respective keys or just simple json string in Storage Object ?
matchColOpID and matchColOpName are lists of strings, added to keys opID and opName keys as lists (not json strings).

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For that you can add a Ilist as explained below:

IList<string> name = new List<string>();
JArray usersArray = new JArray ();
for (int i = 0; i < name.Count; i++) {
String currentUser = (String)name[i];
     usersArray.Add (currentUser.ToString());
Dictionary<String, object> jsonObjectMatch = new Dictionary<String, object>();  
jsonObjectMatch.Add ("opName", usersArray);
Let me know if it will works for you or need any other assitance regarding this.
answered Jun 26, 2014 by hs00105 (517 points)
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