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comment Best Practices for serializing/persisting String Object Dictionary entities
Ah, so you're stuck with the database already. Are you using SQL Server? I don't know how this feature works, performance-wise, but there's an XML datatype in SS2005+ that lets you do [XPath queries](technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/…. You might be able to use this to build what you're looking for.
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answered Best Practices for serializing/persisting String Object Dictionary entities
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comment bad practice to have actions in web api controllers
Yes, that is the preferred way.
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comment Ideal data structure/techniques for storing generic scheduler data in C#
If you don't need to do any actual operations on the field data (height, weight, etc.) you could use reflection as outlined in this answer on Stack Overflow to get the property values and names to display from the object.