I am using the autocomplete feature of jQuery. When I try to retrieve the list of more then 17000 records (each won't have more than 10 char length), it's exceeding the length and throws the error:

Exception information:
Exception type: InvalidOperationException
Exception message: Error during serialization or deserialization using the JSON JavaScriptSerializer. The length of the string exceeds the value set on the maxJsonLength property.

Can I set an unlimited length for maxJsonLength in web.config? If not, what is the maximum length I can set?

Solution 1

NOTE: this answer applies only to Web services, if you are returning JSON from a Controller method, make sure you read this SO answer below as well: https://stackoverflow.com/a/7207539/1246870


The MaxJsonLength property cannot be unlimited, is an integer property that defaults to 102400 (100k).

You can set the MaxJsonLength property on your web.config:

<configuration> 
   <system.web.extensions>
       <scripting>
           <webServices>
               <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="50000000"/>
           </webServices>
       </scripting>
   </system.web.extensions>
</configuration> 

Solution 2

If you are using MVC 4, be sure to check out this answer as well.


If you are still receiving the error:

  • after setting the maxJsonLength property to its maximum value in web.config
  • and you know that your data's length is less than this value
  • and you are not utilizing a web service method for the JavaScript serialization

your problem is is likely that:

The value of the MaxJsonLength property applies only to the internal JavaScriptSerializer instance that is used by the asynchronous communication layer to invoke Web services methods. (MSDN: ScriptingJsonSerializationSection.MaxJsonLength Property)

Basically, the "internal" JavaScriptSerializer respects the value of maxJsonLength when called from a web method; direct use of a JavaScriptSerializer (or use via an MVC action-method/Controller) does not respect the maxJsonLength property, at least not from the systemWebExtensions.scripting.webServices.jsonSerialization section of web.config. In particular, the Controller.Json() method does not respect the configuration setting!

As a workaround, you can do the following within your Controller (or anywhere really):

var serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();

// For simplicity just use Int32's max value.
// You could always read the value from the config section mentioned above.
serializer.MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue;

var resultData = new { Value = "foo", Text = "var" };
var result = new ContentResult{
    Content = serializer.Serialize(resultData),
    ContentType = "application/json"
};
return result;

This answer is my interpretation of this asp.net forum answer.

Solution 3

In MVC 4 you can do:

protected override JsonResult Json(object data, string contentType, System.Text.Encoding contentEncoding, JsonRequestBehavior behavior)
{
    return new JsonResult()
    {
        Data = data,
        ContentType = contentType,
        ContentEncoding = contentEncoding,
        JsonRequestBehavior = behavior,
        MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue
    };
}

in your controller.

Addition:

For anyone puzzled by the parameters you need to specify, a call could look like this:

Json(
    new {
        field1 = true,
        field2 = "value"
        },
    "application/json",
    Encoding.UTF8,
    JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet
);

Solution 4

You can configure the max length for json requests in your web.config file:

<configuration>
    <system.web.extensions>
        <scripting>
            <webServices>
                <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="....">
                </jsonSerialization>
            </webServices>
        </scripting>
    </system.web.extensions>
</configuration>

The default value for maxJsonLength is 102400. For more details, see this MSDN page: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb763183.aspx

Solution 5

if you are still getting error after web.config setting like following:

<configuration> 
   <system.web.extensions>
       <scripting>
           <webServices>
               <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="50000000"/>
           </webServices>
       </scripting>
   </system.web.extensions>
</configuration> 

    

I solved it by following:

   public ActionResult/JsonResult getData()
   {
      var jsonResult = Json(superlargedata, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
      jsonResult.MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue;
      return jsonResult;
    }

I hope this should help.

Solution 6

I was having this problem in ASP.NET Web Forms. It was completely ignoring the web.config file settings so I did this:

        JavaScriptSerializer serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();

        serializer.MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue; 

        return serializer.Serialize(response);

Of course overall this is terrible practice. If you are sending this much data in a web service call you should look at a different approach.

Solution 7

I followed vestigal's answer and got to this solution:

When I needed to post a large json to an action in a controller, I would get the famous "Error during deserialization using the JSON JavaScriptSerializer. The length of the string exceeds the value set on the maxJsonLength property.\r\nParameter name: input value provider".

What I did is create a new ValueProviderFactory, LargeJsonValueProviderFactory, and set the MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue in the GetDeserializedObject method

public sealed class LargeJsonValueProviderFactory : ValueProviderFactory
{
private static void AddToBackingStore(LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.EntryLimitedDictionary backingStore, string prefix, object value)
{
    IDictionary<string, object> dictionary = value as IDictionary<string, object>;
    if (dictionary != null)
    {
        foreach (KeyValuePair<string, object> keyValuePair in (IEnumerable<KeyValuePair<string, object>>) dictionary)
            LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(backingStore, LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.MakePropertyKey(prefix, keyValuePair.Key), keyValuePair.Value);
    }
    else
    {
        IList list = value as IList;
        if (list != null)
        {
            for (int index = 0; index < list.Count; ++index)
                LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(backingStore, LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.MakeArrayKey(prefix, index), list[index]);
        }
        else
            backingStore.Add(prefix, value);
    }
}

private static object GetDeserializedObject(ControllerContext controllerContext)
{
    if (!controllerContext.HttpContext.Request.ContentType.StartsWith("application/json", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase))
        return (object) null;
    string end = new StreamReader(controllerContext.HttpContext.Request.InputStream).ReadToEnd();
    if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(end))
        return (object) null;

    var serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer {MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue};

    return serializer.DeserializeObject(end);
}

/// <summary>Returns a JSON value-provider object for the specified controller context.</summary>
/// <returns>A JSON value-provider object for the specified controller context.</returns>
/// <param name="controllerContext">The controller context.</param>
public override IValueProvider GetValueProvider(ControllerContext controllerContext)
{
    if (controllerContext == null)
        throw new ArgumentNullException("controllerContext");
    object deserializedObject = LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.GetDeserializedObject(controllerContext);
    if (deserializedObject == null)
        return (IValueProvider) null;
    Dictionary<string, object> dictionary = new Dictionary<string, object>((IEqualityComparer<string>) StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
    LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(new LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.EntryLimitedDictionary((IDictionary<string, object>) dictionary), string.Empty, deserializedObject);
    return (IValueProvider) new DictionaryValueProvider<object>((IDictionary<string, object>) dictionary, CultureInfo.CurrentCulture);
}

private static string MakeArrayKey(string prefix, int index)
{
    return prefix + "[" + index.ToString((IFormatProvider) CultureInfo.InvariantCulture) + "]";
}

private static string MakePropertyKey(string prefix, string propertyName)
{
    if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(prefix))
        return prefix + "." + propertyName;
    return propertyName;
}

private class EntryLimitedDictionary
{
    private static int _maximumDepth = LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.EntryLimitedDictionary.GetMaximumDepth();
    private readonly IDictionary<string, object> _innerDictionary;
    private int _itemCount;

    public EntryLimitedDictionary(IDictionary<string, object> innerDictionary)
    {
        this._innerDictionary = innerDictionary;
    }

    public void Add(string key, object value)
    {
        if (++this._itemCount > LargeJsonValueProviderFactory.EntryLimitedDictionary._maximumDepth)
            throw new InvalidOperationException("JsonValueProviderFactory_RequestTooLarge");
        this._innerDictionary.Add(key, value);
    }

    private static int GetMaximumDepth()
    {
        NameValueCollection appSettings = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings;
        if (appSettings != null)
        {
            string[] values = appSettings.GetValues("aspnet:MaxJsonDeserializerMembers");
            int result;
            if (values != null && values.Length > 0 && int.TryParse(values[0], out result))
                return result;
        }
        return 1000;
     }
  }
}

Then, in the Application_Start method from Global.asax.cs, replace the ValueProviderFactory with the new one:

protected void Application_Start()
{
    ...

    //Add LargeJsonValueProviderFactory
    ValueProviderFactory jsonFactory = null;
    foreach (var factory in ValueProviderFactories.Factories)
    {
        if (factory.GetType().FullName == "System.Web.Mvc.JsonValueProviderFactory")
        {
            jsonFactory = factory;
            break;
        }
    }

    if (jsonFactory != null)
    {
        ValueProviderFactories.Factories.Remove(jsonFactory);
    }

    var largeJsonValueProviderFactory = new LargeJsonValueProviderFactory();
    ValueProviderFactories.Factories.Add(largeJsonValueProviderFactory);
}

Solution 8

I fixed it.

//your Json data here
string json_object="........";
JavaScriptSerializer jsJson = new JavaScriptSerializer();
jsJson.MaxJsonLength = 2147483644;
MyClass obj = jsJson.Deserialize<MyClass>(json_object);

It works very well.

Solution 9

if, after implementing the above addition into your web.config, you get an Unrecognized configuration section system.web.extensions. error then try adding this to your web.config in the <ConfigSections> section:

            <sectionGroup name="system.web.extensions" type="System.Web.Extensions">
              <sectionGroup name="scripting" type="System.Web.Extensions">
                    <sectionGroup name="webServices" type="System.Web.Extensions">
                          <section name="jsonSerialization" type="System.Web.Extensions"/>
                    </sectionGroup>
              </sectionGroup>
        </sectionGroup>

Solution 10

Simply set MaxJsonLength proprty in MVC's Action method

JsonResult json= Json(classObject, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
json.MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue;
return json;

Solution 11

you can write this line into Controller

json.MaxJsonLength = 2147483644;

you can also write this line into web.config

<configuration>
  <system.web.extensions>
    <scripting>
        <webServices>
            <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="2147483647">
            </jsonSerialization>
        </webServices>
    </scripting>
  </system.web.extensions>

`

To be on the safe side, use both.

Solution 12

If you are getting this error from the MiniProfiler in MVC then you can increase the value by setting the property MiniProfiler.Settings.MaxJsonResponseSize to the desired value. By default, this tool seems to ignore the value set in config.

MiniProfiler.Settings.MaxJsonResponseSize = 104857600;

Courtesy mvc-mini-profiler.

Solution 13

I suggest setting it to Int32.MaxValue.

JavaScriptSerializer serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();
serializer.MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue;

Solution 14

How about some attribute magic?

[AttributeUsage(AttributeTargets.Class | AttributeTargets.Method, Inherited = true, AllowMultiple = false)]
public class MaxJsonSizeAttribute : ActionFilterAttribute
{
    // Default: 10 MB worth of one byte chars
    private int maxLength = 10 * 1024 * 1024;

    public int MaxLength
    {
        set
        {
            if (value < 0) throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeException("value", "Value must be at least 0.");

            maxLength = value;
        }
        get { return maxLength; }
    }

    public override void OnActionExecuted(ActionExecutedContext filterContext)
    {
        JsonResult json = filterContext.Result as JsonResult;
        if (json != null)
        {
            if (maxLength == 0)
            {
                json.MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue;
            }
            else
            {
                json.MaxJsonLength = maxLength;
            }
        }
    }
}

Then you could either apply it globally using the global filter configuration or controller/action-wise.

Solution 15

Fix for ASP.NET MVC: if you want to fix it only for particular action that is causing the problem then change this code:

public JsonResult GetBigJson()
{
    var someBigObject = GetBigObject();
    return Json(someBigObject);
}

to this:

public JsonResult GetBigJson()
{
    var someBigObject = GetBigObject();
    return new JsonResult()
    {
        Data = someBigObject,
        JsonRequestBehavior = JsonRequestBehavior.DenyGet,
        MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue
    };
}

And the functionality should be same, you can just return bigger JSON as response.


Explanation based on ASP.NET MVC source code: you can check what Controller.Json method does in ASP.NET MVC source code

protected internal JsonResult Json(object data)
{
    return Json(data, null /* contentType */, null /* contentEncoding */, JsonRequestBehavior.DenyGet);
}

It is calling other Controller.Json method:

protected internal virtual JsonResult Json(object data, string contentType, Encoding contentEncoding, JsonRequestBehavior behavior)
{
    return new JsonResult
    {
        Data = data,
        ContentType = contentType,
        ContentEncoding = contentEncoding,
        JsonRequestBehavior = behavior
    };
}

where passed contentType and contentEncoding object are null. So basically calling return Json(object) in controller is equivalent to calling return new JsonResult { Data = object, JsonRequestBehavior = sonRequestBehavior.DenyGet }. You can use second form and parameterize JsonResult.

So what happens when you set MaxJsonLength property (by default it's null)? It's passed down to JavaScriptSerializer.MaxJsonLength property and then JavaScriptSerializer.Serialize method is called :

JavaScriptSerializer serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();
if (MaxJsonLength.HasValue)
{
    serializer.MaxJsonLength = MaxJsonLength.Value;
}

if (RecursionLimit.HasValue)
{
    serializer.RecursionLimit = RecursionLimit.Value;
}

response.Write(serializer.Serialize(Data));

And when you don't set MaxJsonLenght property of serializer then it takes default value which is just 2MB.

Solution 16

For those who are having issues with in MVC3 with JSON that's automatically being deserialized for a model binder and is too large, here is a solution.

  1. Copy the code for the JsonValueProviderFactory class from the MVC3 source code into a new class.
  2. Add a line to change the maximum JSON length before the object is deserialized.
  3. Replace the JsonValueProviderFactory class with your new, modified class.

Thanks to http://blog.naver.com/techshare/100145191355 and https://gist.github.com/DalSoft/1588818 for pointing me in the right direction for how to do this. The last link on the first site contains full source code for the solution.

Solution 17

If you are encountering this sort of issue in View, you can use below method to resolve that. Here Iused Newtonsoft package .

@using Newtonsoft.Json
<script type="text/javascript">
    var partData = @Html.Raw(JsonConvert.SerializeObject(ViewBag.Part));
</script>

Solution 18

Alternative ASP.NET MVC 5 Fix:

(Mine is similar to MFCs answer above with a few small changes)

I wasn't ready to change to Json.NET just yet and in my case the error was occurring during the request. Best approach in my scenario was modifying the actual JsonValueProviderFactory which applies the fix to the global project and can be done by editing the global.cs file as such.

JsonValueProviderConfig.Config(ValueProviderFactories.Factories);

add a web.config entry:

<add key="aspnet:MaxJsonLength" value="20971520" />

and then create the two following classes

public class JsonValueProviderConfig
{
    public static void Config(ValueProviderFactoryCollection factories)
    {
        var jsonProviderFactory = factories.OfType<JsonValueProviderFactory>().Single();
        factories.Remove(jsonProviderFactory);
        factories.Add(new CustomJsonValueProviderFactory());
    }
}

This is basically an exact copy of the default implementation found in System.Web.Mvc but with the addition of a configurable web.config appsetting value aspnet:MaxJsonLength.

public class CustomJsonValueProviderFactory : ValueProviderFactory
{

    /// <summary>Returns a JSON value-provider object for the specified controller context.</summary>
    /// <returns>A JSON value-provider object for the specified controller context.</returns>
    /// <param name="controllerContext">The controller context.</param>
    public override IValueProvider GetValueProvider(ControllerContext controllerContext)
    {
        if (controllerContext == null)
            throw new ArgumentNullException("controllerContext");

        object deserializedObject = CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.GetDeserializedObject(controllerContext);
        if (deserializedObject == null)
            return null;

        Dictionary<string, object> strs = new Dictionary<string, object>(StringComparer.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
        CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(new CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.EntryLimitedDictionary(strs), string.Empty, deserializedObject);

        return new DictionaryValueProvider<object>(strs, CultureInfo.CurrentCulture);
    }

    private static object GetDeserializedObject(ControllerContext controllerContext)
    {
        if (!controllerContext.HttpContext.Request.ContentType.StartsWith("application/json", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase))
            return null;

        string fullStreamString = (new StreamReader(controllerContext.HttpContext.Request.InputStream)).ReadToEnd();
        if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(fullStreamString))
            return null;

        var serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer()
        {
            MaxJsonLength = CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.GetMaxJsonLength()
        };
        return serializer.DeserializeObject(fullStreamString);
    }

    private static void AddToBackingStore(EntryLimitedDictionary backingStore, string prefix, object value)
    {
        IDictionary<string, object> strs = value as IDictionary<string, object>;
        if (strs != null)
        {
            foreach (KeyValuePair<string, object> keyValuePair in strs)
                CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(backingStore, CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.MakePropertyKey(prefix, keyValuePair.Key), keyValuePair.Value);

            return;
        }

        IList lists = value as IList;
        if (lists == null)
        {
            backingStore.Add(prefix, value);
            return;
        }

        for (int i = 0; i < lists.Count; i++)
        {
            CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.AddToBackingStore(backingStore, CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.MakeArrayKey(prefix, i), lists[i]);
        }
    }

    private class EntryLimitedDictionary
    {
        private static int _maximumDepth;

        private readonly IDictionary<string, object> _innerDictionary;

        private int _itemCount;

        static EntryLimitedDictionary()
        {
            _maximumDepth = CustomJsonValueProviderFactory.GetMaximumDepth();
        }

        public EntryLimitedDictionary(IDictionary<string, object> innerDictionary)
        {
            this._innerDictionary = innerDictionary;
        }

        public void Add(string key, object value)
        {
            int num = this._itemCount + 1;
            this._itemCount = num;
            if (num > _maximumDepth)
            {
                throw new InvalidOperationException("The length of the string exceeds the value set on the maxJsonLength property.");
            }
            this._innerDictionary.Add(key, value);
        }
    }

    private static string MakeArrayKey(string prefix, int index)
    {
        return string.Concat(prefix, "[", index.ToString(CultureInfo.InvariantCulture), "]");
    }

    private static string MakePropertyKey(string prefix, string propertyName)
    {
        if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(prefix))
        {
            return propertyName;
        }
        return string.Concat(prefix, ".", propertyName);
    }

    private static int GetMaximumDepth()
    {
        int num;
        NameValueCollection appSettings = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings;
        if (appSettings != null)
        {
            string[] values = appSettings.GetValues("aspnet:MaxJsonDeserializerMembers");
            if (values != null && values.Length != 0 && int.TryParse(values[0], out num))
            {
                return num;
            }
        }
        return 1000;
    }

    private static int GetMaxJsonLength()
    {
        int num;
        NameValueCollection appSettings = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings;
        if (appSettings != null)
        {
            string[] values = appSettings.GetValues("aspnet:MaxJsonLength");
            if (values != null && values.Length != 0 && int.TryParse(values[0], out num))
            {
                return num;
            }
        }
        return 1000;
    }
}

Solution 19

The question really is whether you really need to return 17k records? How are you planning to handle all the data in the browser? The users are not going to scroll through 17000 rows anyway.

A better approach is to retrieve only a "top few" records and load more as required.

Solution 20

You can set it in the config as others have said, or you can set in on an individual instance of the serializer like:

var js = new JavaScriptSerializer() { MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue };

Solution 21

 JsonResult result = Json(r);
 result.MaxJsonLength = Int32.MaxValue;
 result.JsonRequestBehavior = JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet;
 return result;

Solution 22

It appears that there is no "unlimited" value. The default is 2097152 characters, which is equivalent to 4 MB of Unicode string data.

As as already been observed, 17,000 records are hard to use well in the browser. If you are presenting an aggregate view it may be much more efficient to do the aggregation on the server and transfer only a summary in the browser. For example, consider a file system brower, we only see the top of the tree, then emit further requestes as we drill down. The number of records returned in each request is comparatively small. A tree view presentation can work well for large result sets.

Solution 23

Just ran into this. I'm getting over 6,000 records. Just decided I'd just do some paging. As in, I accept a page number in my MVC JsonResult endpoint, which is defaulted to 0 so it's not necessary, like so:

public JsonResult MyObjects(int pageNumber = 0)

Then instead of saying:

return Json(_repository.MyObjects.ToList(), JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);

I say:

return Json(_repository.MyObjects.OrderBy(obj => obj.ID).Skip(1000 * pageNumber).Take(1000).ToList(), JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);

It's very simple. Then, in JavaScript, instead of this:

function myAJAXCallback(items) {
    // Do stuff here
}

I instead say:

var pageNumber = 0;
function myAJAXCallback(items) {
    if(items.length == 1000)
        // Call same endpoint but add this to the end: '?pageNumber=' + ++pageNumber
    }
    // Do stuff here
}

And append your records to whatever you were doing with them in the first place. Or just wait until all the calls finish and cobble the results together.

Solution 24

I solved the problem adding this code:

String confString = HttpContext.Current.Request.ApplicationPath.ToString();
Configuration conf = WebConfigurationManager.OpenWebConfiguration(confString);
ScriptingJsonSerializationSection section = (ScriptingJsonSerializationSection)conf.GetSection("system.web.extensions/scripting/webServices/jsonSerialization");
section.MaxJsonLength = 6553600;
conf.Save();

Solution 25

Solution for WebForms UpdatePanel:

Add a setting to Web.config:

<configuration>
  <appSettings>
    <add key="aspnet:UpdatePanelMaxScriptLength" value="2147483647" />
  </appSettings>
</configuration>

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/981884

ScriptRegistrationManager class contains following code:

// Serialize the attributes to JSON and write them out
JavaScriptSerializer serializer = new JavaScriptSerializer();

// Dev10# 877767 - Allow configurable UpdatePanel script block length
// The default is JavaScriptSerializer.DefaultMaxJsonLength
if (AppSettings.UpdatePanelMaxScriptLength > 0) {
    serializer.MaxJsonLength = AppSettings.UpdatePanelMaxScriptLength;
}  

string attrText = serializer.Serialize(attrs);

Solution 26

We don't need any server side changes. you can fix this only modify by web.config file This helped for me. try this out

<appSettings>
 <add key="aspnet:MaxJsonDeserializerMembers" value="2147483647" />
<add key="aspnet:UpdatePanelMaxScriptLength" value="2147483647" />
</appSettings>  

and   

<system.web.extensions>
<scripting>
  <webServices>
    <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="2147483647"/>
  </webServices>
</scripting>

Solution 27

i use this and it worked for Kendo grid read request.

{ 
  //something
   var result = XResult.ToList().ToDataSourceResult(request);
   var rs = Json(result, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
   rs.MaxJsonLength = int.MaxValue;
   return rs;
}

Solution 28

use lib\Newtonsoft.Json.dll

public string serializeObj(dynamic json) {        
    return JsonConvert.SerializeObject(json);
}

Solution 29

if this maxJsonLength value is a int then how big is its int 32bit/64bit/16bit.... i just want to be sure whats the maximum value i can set as my maxJsonLength

<scripting>
        <webServices>
            <jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="2147483647">
            </jsonSerialization>
        </webServices>
    </scripting>

Solution 30

You do not need to do with web.config You can use short property during catch value of the passing list For example declare a model like

public class BookModel
    {
        public decimal id { get; set; }  // 1 

        public string BN { get; set; } // 2 Book Name

        public string BC { get; set; } // 3 Bar Code Number

        public string BE { get; set; } // 4 Edition Name

        public string BAL { get; set; } // 5 Academic Level

        public string BCAT { get; set; } // 6 Category
}

here i use short proporties like BC =barcode BE=book edition and so on