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This API release introduced the support for array type identifiers in template syntax.
Now the Assembly API supports several exact date-time parse formats while loading JSON.
The following code sample shows that while loading JSON how may you make only the strings conforming the format MM/dd/yyyy recognized as the date-time values.
List<String> formats = new List<String>();
JsonDataLoadOptions options = new JsonDataLoadOptions();
options.ExactDateTimeParseFormats = formats;
JsonDataSource dataSource = new JsonDataSource(..., options);
Important Note: Please note that strings conforming the Microsoft® JSON date-time format (for example, /Date(1224043200000)/) are always recognized as date-time values regardless of the exact date-time parse formats.
For a complete list of features, enhancements, and bug fixes in this release please visit, GroupDocs.Assembly for .NET 22.2 Release Notes.