EF Models & Virtual Properties

EF Models & Virtual Properties

QuillSecurityQuillSecurity Posts: 3Questions: 2Answers: 0

For serializing EF models with Newtonsoft I can use a ContractResolver to ignore properties that are virtual, etc. Is there a way to do this in the future with Datatables? Currently, unless I missed something I just have to make another Model to hold the properties I want to be included which isn't a big deal but it just adds debt to the items to maintain when being updated.


  • allanallan Posts: 52,268Questions: 1Answers: 7,959 Site admin


    This is with the Editor libraries for .NET is it (rather than DataTables itself, which is just a Javascript library)?

    You are correct - at the moment it there is way to tell Editor to ignore properties in a model class. That said, it could readily be added using a custom decorator attribute. This is where the Editor class parses the properties of a model, so another change could be added there for a new attribute.


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