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Creating JSON file in Universal Windows Application

Posted on 2016-09-04
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Hello,

Below is my code for creating a new JSON file in C#.. It gives an error "Object reference not set to an instance of an object.".. What is going wrong?
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Content.data.Add(de);            

string outputJSON = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(Content); //outputJSON is working fine
csfilStorageFile = await csfldrStorFolder.CreateFileAsync(clsDeclarations.gsDataFileName, Windows.Storage.CreationCollisionOption.ReplaceExisting); //The error is caught here

await FileIO.WriteTextAsync(csfilStorageFile , outputJSON);
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Regards.
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Question by:Soumen Roy
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Maybe csfldrStorFolder or clsDeclarations is null.
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No, csfldrStorFolder has been created previous to this, the folder is being created. And clsDeclarations holds names for various strings, it exists too. :(
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The StackTrace indicates that line as the source of the exception?
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Yes, right on the line I marked as error is caught here.
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