MVC :: How To Pass Data (not The Part Of Model) From View To Controller

Oct 8, 2010

How Can I Pass data(not the part of model) to Controller from View? View Code


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MVC :: Pass Parameter From Controller To View And Back To Another Controller?

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I have a simple model where a Person has Gifts. I have a view which is a list of Gifts belonging to one Person.

My problem is with the Create action for a new Gift. I want it to default to the PersonID that we are already viewing the list of Gifts for. I tried simply passing the last PersonID (they are all the same)

Html.ActionLink("Create New", "Create", new { id = Model.Last().PersonID }) which works fine if there is already at least one Gift for that person but if this is the first Gift I don't have a value.

My Gift List controller knows the PersonID I want to pass but the view doesn't.

How do I pass this PersonID from my Gift List controller to my Gift Create controller via the Gift List view? Or is there a better way to do this?

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How to pass model bind collection from one controller to another?

I have this model class,

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MVC :: Passing Model Object To View And From View To Controller?

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I've got problem with my app .

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in Index() action i've got this piece of code



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MVC :: How To Pass Some Dynamic View Data To A Controller And Then To Java Script Function

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Well i am a sort of a beginner..

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MVC :: How To Pass A Dictionary Type Of Data From View To Controller Using A HtmlHelper Control

Jun 17, 2010

if I use a Html.Hidden field in my view, when the value click to submit the form I would like to pass this data to the controller. This variable would contain int as key and string as value,

Dictionary<int, string> interestTable = new Dictionary<int, string>();

How can I specify the htmlAttribute fo this variable in my Html.Hidden code?

<% using(Html.BeginForm("Search", "SearchMembers")) { %>
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MVC :: Really An Implementation Of Model - View-Controller?

Feb 8, 2010

In MVCs with which I have worked, the Controller has the job of co-ordinating a number of views, consequent to some user action against the model.

However in ASP MVC, there never appears to be more than 1 view resulting from an http request (please correct me if I am wrong). Instead the "Controller" in ASP MVC appears to be a URL Routing Target.

Also, in my (admittedly limited) experience, the Model in MVC is intended to be a model of the problem domain of the application. However in ASP MVC, the "Model" appears to be a model of the
data binding of the corresponding view.

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MVC :: Separate The Dependency Of The View/controller From The Model?

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Has anybody figured out a way to separate the dependency of the view/controller from the model. In other words, model is independent of the view/controller in MVC but has anybody also taken out dependency of the view/controller from model as well?

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How To Return A Partial View From A Controller With Different Model

Mar 18, 2011

returning a partial view from a controller with different model than my main View. For example:

blic ActionResult Index()
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MVC :: How To Pass A Partial View From A Different Model To A View Page

Nov 22, 2010

I would like to add a partial view to my view page

The view page contain a mode name "<IEnumerable<JvTake1.Models.VortN>>

And the partial view contain a model name "<IEnumerable<JvTake1.Models.VideoL>>"
So, theoretically I think they were suppose to work together but no Can any one guide me how to make it happen?

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C# - How To Pass Model From A View To A Partial View

May 5, 2010

I have a view that is not strongly typed. However I have in this view a partial view that is strongly typed.How do I do I pass the model to this strongly typed view?I tried something like

public ActionResult Test()
MyData = new Data();
MyData.One = 1;
return View("Test",MyData)

In my TestView

<% Html.RenderPartial("PartialView",Model); %>

This give me a stackoverflow exception. So I am not sure how to pass it on. Of course I don't want to make the test view strongly typed if possible as what happens if I had like 10 strongly typed partial views in that view I would need like some sort of wrapper.

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How To Return Errors To View From Controller Not Tied To A Specific Model Property

Aug 26, 2010

Curious what the best practice is for returning errors to a view from a controller where the error isn't really a validation error, but more like "user not found" or "service timeout" type of errors. (in ASP.NET MVC2 framework)

I've been adding them to the ModelState's model errors, but that doesn't seem appropriate. (although easy to implement and maintain)

Example - A user tries to log in, and their credentials do not match a known user.

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MVC :: Pass More Than One Model To View?

Feb 26, 2011

Suppose i have a Product and Category Model, In add new product page i want to list all categories in a listbox. For this purpose i require to have Product and Category model available to Add New Product Page View.

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MVC :: Trying To Pass A Parameter From A View To Another Controller

Apr 18, 2010

i have a view /categoria/index


i am trying to call the action from /imovel/index

with an id

but the thing is that i am getting null


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The Model-Repository-Service-Validator-View-ViewModel-Controller Design Pattern

Jan 19, 2010

When I first heard about ASP.NET MVC, I was thinking that would mean applications with three parts: model, view, and controller.

Then I read NerdDinner and learned the ways of repositories and view-models. Next, I read this tutorial and soon became sold on the virtues of a service layer. Finally, I read the Fluent Validation documentation, and I'll be darned if I didn't end up writing a bunch of validators.

Tonight, I took a step back and thought about what had become of my project. It seems to have become the victim of the design pattern equivalent of "feature creep". Somehow I'd gone from Model-View-Controller to Model-Repository-Service-Validator-View-ViewModel-Controller. You want loosely coupled and DRY? We got your loosely coupled and DRY right here! But I'm wondering if this could be a case of too much of a good thing.

Am I right to be concerned? Or is this actually not as crazy as it sounds? On one hand, it seems crazy to have so many layers. On the other hand, every layer has a clearly defined purpose that makes sense to me. Have your MVC applications turned into MRSVVVMC apps too? If not, what do they look like? Where's that right balance?

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MVC :: Pass Message From Controller To View Using Viewdata

Feb 13, 2011

I want to pass a message from the controller to a view using Viewdata. Here is my code:

public ActionResult Create(FormCollection createPage)
ViewData["Message"] = "Success - rec added!!!!" ;
return RedirectToAction("Index");
catch (Exception e)
ViewData["Message"] = "Exception: " + e.ToString();
return RedirectToAction("Index");

On my View I have:

<asp:Content ID="Content2" ContentPlaceHolderID="MainContent" runat="server">
<h2>::><%: ViewData["Message"] %><::</h2>
<h3>==><%= ViewData["Message"] %><==</h3>

This is Index.aspx page in Controller folder


I am getting result with empty ViewData["Message"]

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MVC :: How To Pass Specific Information From View To Controller

May 25, 2010

My view has a number of rows.

Each row has a drop down, a text box and an "add" link. I'd like for someone to select something in the drop down, edit something in the text box and pass that information to an Action in the Controller.

I know i can do something like this:



Which is kind of gross - id like to do just call one action, that passes the selected drop down value, the textbox value and call just the one action, is it possible to do something like this:


Where i pass the Dropdownlist selection and the textbox value to my controller specifically

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How To Pass All The Local Variables In One Controller To View

Jan 16, 2011

In mvc3, I've got a few local variables in one of the controller, is there any neat way to pass all these variables to view? Something like "locals()" in python?

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MVC :: Pass Variable From Model To Partial View?

Jun 17, 2010

i have a page which is bound to a viewmodel and i also have a partial view on this page which requires a parameter from the can i pass this parameter to the partial view?

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.net - Pass Int Value As Model To A View From An Action Method?

Sep 16, 2010

I am using ASP.NET MVC 1. I want to pass an int value to from an action to view. I can use 2 ways.

Use ViewData dictionary.
Define a class to contain the int value.

Other these two, Is there a way to pass the int value to view so that I can get the int value using just Model like

<label><%= Model %></label>

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MVC :: How To Pass Strong Typed List From View To Controller

Jun 15, 2010


for List<AnswerInfo>,


now, what i want to do is to place few textboxes on a view that allow users to input the Answer Text. after click the submit button. i want List<AnswerInfo> which contains the Text information pass to the controller. can anyone tell me how to do it?

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C# - Pass Nested Lists From View To Controller Using Viewmodels?

Mar 24, 2011

I am Francesco and I am newbie. I have a problem with ASP.NET MVC3 regarding the data posted between View and Controller. My goal is to use a form to edit a specific record from my database and then post it back to the controller, which is in charge of checking the record's fields and submit them into the database.
The data are passed from the Controller to the View by using a ViewModel and therefore the DefaultDataBinding does not apply in this case. I tried many approaches, I monitored the communication with Fiddler but I couldn't solve my problem. The method described by Phil Haack does not work and neither does the FormCollection.

Here you have the code:

ViewModels: I pass it to the View to create a table. Name and the list of Item names (table columns headers) are just to be displayed. I want to have back the Id, the Month (they are passed correctly as parameters and represents table row headers) and most important the ActualValue of the Items and their Id (I have an association table in my database with Id, Itemid and Month as keys)


View: The View is strongly typed as ViewModels.EditViewModel and sends the fields through a submit button. I have to generate a table by using foreach loops, because I do not know how many items there are in advance

Controller: The controller has to update each kpi passed from the view related to a specific Id and Month.

public ActionResult EditMonth(int Id, int Month, //FormCollection kpiValues)

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C# - How To Pass A Value From MVC Controller To Webforms Control Inside MVC View

Dec 24, 2010

My way to ASP.NET MVC was not across ASP.NET Web Forms, so it's hard for me to understand how better to pass value from ASP.NET MVC controller to ASP.NET webforms script which is inside MVC View.

For example, controller action:


How to assign a value of myvar from a controller action to par1 variable in the View instead "stubvalue"?

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MVC :: Pass Model To View - List Truncated After Space?

Aug 16, 2010

I got in the controller action:

var reports = new List<Report>();
reports.Add(new Report {Title = "Inventory (monthly)"});

However, the words are truncated when passed to the view.

The words after the space is truncated.

ie. it just passed the word "Inventory".

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