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Team, in C# don't know how to initialize below SiteExternalId Class with some dummy values, help me

public class SiteExternalId
{
    public SiteExternalIdItem[] Item { get; set; }
}

public class SiteExternalIdItem
{
    public ExternalTypeCd ExternalIdTypeCd { get; set; }

    public string SiteNumber { get; set; }
}

public class ExternalTypeCd
{
    public string ExternalIdTypeName { get; set; }

    public string SiteCode { get; set; }
}


What I have tried:

I'm trying this way, but not success

SiteExternalId = new SiteExternalId
{
    Item = new SiteExternalIdItem[]
    {
        new ExternalTypeCd {ExternalIdTypeName = "A", SiteCode = "X"}
    }
}


If possible could you give me initialization in a single line. Thanks
Posted
Updated 25-Jun-22 6:28am

1 solution

Look at your definitions: Item is an array of SiteExternalIdItem objects, but your code is trying to fill it with ExternalTypeCd objects.
You need something like this:
C#
SiteExternalId = new SiteExternalId
{
    Item = new SiteExternalIdItem[]
    {
        new SiteExternalIdItem
        {
            ExternalTypeCd = new ExternalTypeCd {ExternalIdTypeName = "A", SiteCode = "X"},
            SiteNumber = "666"
        }
    }
}
 
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