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I'm working on a SignalR app. The app automatically serializes message to JSON. However I have noticed that enums not markes as [Serializable] cause the messages to fail to be send.

For the enums that I created it's a simple fix. Just add the attribute.

But how do I fix the enums that are .Net framework enums? On my model that I'm passing I have a copy of the FileSystemWatcher's WatcherChangeTypes enum. Since I can't mark the enum as [Serializable] the service call fails.

I thought of two possible fixes:

1) Create my own enum and copy the .Net values to mine
2) Use an int value and cast/uncast the enum value as needed.

Anyone have any insight on this? I'd really prefer to just be able to use the .Net enums.

Thanks
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