By namrata

2017-01-11 20:11:09 8 Comments

I am trying to pass a JSON Object from a typescript POST call to a Web API method. Fiddler shows that the object has been converted into JSON and the Content-Type is 'application/JSON'. But at the API controller, the parameter value displays null instead of JSON.


createPO(product: string): Promise<string> {
   var headers = new Headers();
   headers.append('Content-Type', 'application/json');
   let options = new RequestOptions({ headers: headers });
   return, JSON.stringify(product), options)
   .then(response => <string>response.statusText)

Web API: [HttpPost] public async Task CreatePOInMO([FromBody] string product) { return Ok(); }

product contains null. If I pass the actual value inside product object from typescript(which is a JSON) , it works. But I cannot hard code like this.

I followed this post : Angular2 Service not passing JSON to WebAPI But it looks like I am doing whatever is mentioned here.


@cartant 2017-01-11 20:14:55

In Angular 2, when posting JSON with the Http client, you should not call JSON.stringify:, product, options)

@namrata 2017-01-11 20:26:49

Changed it to : var POCartItems = JSON.stringify(product); return, POCartItems , options) and at Web API: [HttpPost]public async Task<IHttpActionResult> CreatePOInMO([FromBody] string POCartItems) Still not working.

@cartant 2017-01-11 20:29:22

I'm not sure what you mean. The JSON.stringify call is not required. Have a look at the linked documentation/guide.

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