I am using eos-sharp to get data from the eos smart contract. I am trying to get actions data by using:

var resultaction = await eos.GetActions("dqzmember", 0, 30);

I need information from resultaction and pass it to MongoDB. How to access data from variable resultaction as it is of type


How can I convert it into a string? Any help would be appreciated.

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There are many different ways to achieve the conversion between the Objects returned by EosSharp and MongoDb.

If you only want to convert the data to a string and store it in a MongoDB, it only depends on wich part of the data you want to store.

A possible simple (but CPU-consuming because of the string-conversions) solution probably looks like the following:

        var resultaction = await DefaultApi.GetActions(new GetActionsRequest()
            account_name = "dqzmember",
            pos = 0,
            offset = 30

        string globalActionJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize<EosSharp.Core.Api.v1.GlobalAction>(resultAction);
        // serializes the whole Response to a json

        foreach (GlobalAction action in resultaction.actions)
            // only returns the full qualified name of the object 
            // ("EosSharp.Core.Api.v1.GetActionsResponse") or something similar

            string actionJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize<EosSharp.Core.Api.v1.GetActionsResponse>(action);
            // serializes each individual action to a json-String

            // converts the action_trace only to string

Once you have your json-strings, you could simply do

BsonDocument document = BsonDocument.Parse(somejson);

while using MongoDB C# - BsonDocument Class

and store the Document in your DB.

A better solution would be to write your own classes with serializers/serialization and convert the obejcts returned by EosSharp to something you can process in your C#-buisnes-logic.

  • 1
    Thanx! BsonDocument.Parse(somejson); This line helps me a lot.
    – Varsh
    Apr 24, 2020 at 3:02

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