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I'm trying to update an Account record using the Force.com Toolkit for .NET. The Account record has custom fields.

I thought the toolkit allowed the [DataMember] attribute to be used, but its not working for me.

Is there any way to specify the custom field name to be used (namespace__Field_Name__c) without having to name my class property that?

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There was a Pull request to add this functionality Support for DataMember attributes #126. It was merged in on the 25th of August 2015 to be in the next NuGet release.

From Nuget this should correspond with v1.1.1 onward.

In terms of source code, I can see references to DataMemberAttribute in ModelDescriptionGenerator.GetMemberName. Note that in that method a JsonPropertyAttribute will take precedence to the DataMemberAttribute.

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  • I'm using 1.1.1, and yes I saw those references in the code as well, and yet it appears to be ignoring the attributes - at least for the CreateAsync method.
    – Dale K
    Feb 3, 2016 at 19:23
  • Are you also using the JsonProperty attributes? It might be easiest to diagnose by pulling down the source and stepping through it. Feb 3, 2016 at 19:33
  • Well the JsonProperty attribute works for me, but the DataMember attribute doesn't - however thats not your problem, so I accept your answer. Thanks.
    – Dale K
    Feb 4, 2016 at 22:44
  • Maybe raise it as an issue on the Github project. Someone there will be well setup to trace the issue. Feb 4, 2016 at 23:31

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