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    Default [FIXED] Sort parameter in json is sent as string?

    The folliwing situation:

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    on .read operation:

    {"action":"Affiliation_Company","method":"read","data":[{"page":2,"start":25,"limit":25,"sort":"[{\"property\":\"FullName\",\"direction\":\"ASC\"}]"}],"type":"rpc","tid":5}

    is send out to the server. note that in "data" sort is a STRING not a LIST

    could not find anything about it and thought to pass it on, hope it helps!

    Jash
    Last edited by jash; 29 Mar 2011 at 10:50 AM. Reason: Forgot to mention its PR5

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    I made a commit for this a couple of days ago, it will send them as normal JSON.
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