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JQuery - Ajax Post serialize form with list question

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Hello all,

I have a form that has a Generic list within it.   It seems to always pass to the post as null.  Any idea why or is there a property I need to set for the Ajax post?   The single string type values all pass fine.
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Hi,
could you please post a link or the HTML/Javascript source so that we can see how the form elements are created?
Thanks.
Rainer
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sorry but you say - "form that has a Generic list within it", what does that mean as the HTML code that is used?
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