C# - Converting Json String Into Json On Client Side?

Apr 4, 2011

In my javascript code I am getting json string from cs file

var tmpString="<%=resultset2%>";

In cs I am concatenating strings to build json string. Here is an issue the json string is returned as a string and it has " with it.

"[{id:'1',name:'Aik'},{id:'2',name:'Aik or Aik'}]"

Because of " in beginning and end javascript code treat it as a string.

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