the .Net SDK is "lazy" which means that the data will be fetched when you access it thats why youexperience your problems when debugging.
If you want to look at the properties you must access the properties.
var title = existingtable.Properties.Title
You can also force the SDK to retrieve these by calling GetProperties() and GetLayout().
// Lars-Göran Book
thanks for your reply.
var existingTable = app.GetSheet("hseUuw").GetTable("zBxhpPX"); var existingTableProperties = existingTable.GetProperties(); var test = existingTable.Properties.Title;
In the code sample above:
existingTable is not null,
existingTableProperties is null
reading property 'Title' throws an exception (because Properties is null)