MVC :: Pass Multiple Parameters In Html.actionlink?

Oct 9, 2010

how can i pass multiple parameters in html.actionlink?

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How can we send these parameters in Html.ActionLink statement?(one by one not all of them)

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3- our Model.

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Html.actionlink Doesn't Pass Parameter To Controller Action

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m having problem in passing parameter to controller action, i have done the following

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I think I need to drop in some escape characters, but I'm not quite sure where. Here is the javascript function I'm attempting to call:

function setData(associateValue, reviewDateValue) {
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I have seen demo on remove .aspx extension from url in, its a great articale, but i have few queries which i would like to ask.

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Javascript - Pass Multiple Parameters To OnSuccess Method Of PageMethod?

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I'm calling PageMethod "SameMethod" from javascript method "caller" so that I can get some values from DB. After I get values, control is continuing in "onSuccess" method. Problem is that I need to use some variable values ("importantValue") from javascript method "caller" in "onSuccess" method.

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I am creating a grid with a code behind and in the hyper link column I would like to pass some parameters before passing users to a new page. If I just use one parameter, the CustomerID in the dataNavigateUrlFields and dataTextField then the

linkField.DataNavigateUrlFormatString = @"/details.aspx?Customerid={0}";

statment works fine.

Now my requirement is to pass multiple parameters and when I tried the following it gave a

'A field or property with the name 'System.String[]' was not found on the selected data source.'

Here is the code snippet:

HyperLinkField linkField = new HyperLinkField();
string[] dataNavigateUrlFields = { "CustomerID", "CompanyName", "FirstName" };
linkField.DataNavigateUrlFields = dataNavigateUrlFields;
string[] dataTextField = { "CustomerID", "CompanyName", "FirstName" };
linkField.DataTextField = dataTextField.ToString();
linkField.DataTextField = "CustomerID";
linkField.HeaderText = "Customer ID";
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Does some one know how pass the multiple parameters via the hyperlinkfield in C#?

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In one of the web page say "Default1.aspx" I have a Gridview.I am using 2 DataKeyNames in Gridview. i.e., DataKeyNames="G_Name, Param_ID" Also, I have one Hyperlink inside Gridview, upon clicking, page navigates to other page say "Default2.aspx"

code of "Default1" page: 

<asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server" DataKeyNames="G_Name, Param_ID" AutoGenerateColumns="False" Width="100%" PageSize="8" AllowPaging="True" OnPageIndexChanging="GridView1_PageIndexChanging">
<asp:BoundField HeaderText="Goal Name" DataField="G_Name" Visible="false"/>


code of "Default2" page:

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) {
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I want to pass multiple parameters in querystring. I wrote above code.

Problem is: I am unable to write the correct syntax for Hyperlink NavigationUrlTherefore, it is giving me below error:

DataBinding: 'System.Data.DataRowView' does not contain a property with the name 'GF_Name, Param_ID'.

at Line:

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how to resolve it.

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Feb 18, 2010

I have a Microsoft MVC project with an action "Foo" whose view ("Foo.aspx") contains the lines:

<%= Html.ActionLink("mylinktext1", "bar") %>
<%= Html.ActionLink<MyController>(x => x.Bar(), "mylinktext2") %>

When I hit this from a web browser or load it from an AJAX call, it properly returns:

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<a href="/Bar">mylinktext2</a>

But when I call the action from another view like this:

<% Html.RenderAction<MyController>(x => x.Foo()); %>

Then the links are rendered without targets.

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Why would this be happening, and how do I work around it?

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Should I be using a different method to pass parameters to a child action in a different controller?

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Having a brain fart again - i just wanna pass the contents of a TextBox to a Controller Action via an ActionLink - and i cant figure out how

Heres my View


My Controller:


but name is always null - how can i pass the current value in the textbox? ViewData directionary doesnt seem to work either

PS. Id love to pass the entire model from the View -> Controller - but it complains about not having a parameterless constructor (which i do)

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Getting to grips with ASP.NET MVC. So far, so good, but this one is a little nuts. I have a view model that contains a dictionary of attributes for a hyperlink, used like this:

menu = model variable Html.ActionLink(Html.Encode(menu.Name), Html.Encode(menu.Action), Html.Encode(menu.Controller), menu.Attributes, null) The problem is the position of "menu.Attributes" expects an object in the form:

new { Name = "Fred", Age=24 }
From what I can tell, this anonymous object is actually converted to a dictionary via reflection anyway BUT you can't pass a dictionary to it in the first place!!!

The Html generated for the link simply shows the dictionary type. How on earth do I get round this? The whole point is that its general and the controller can have set the menu.Attributes previously....

Based on a post below I tried the following:

Html.ActionLink(Html.Encode(menu.Name), Html.Encode(menu.Action), Html.Encode(menu.Controller), new RouteValueDictionary(menu.Attributes), new Dictionary<string,object>())

but this still doesn't work (I guess the code internally calls the generic method that takes objects?). The above (and my original solution of passing a dictionary to the 4th paramater produces a HTML similar to this:[URL] i.e. it's using reflection and working things out completely wrong...

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Html.ActionLink("<span class="title">Retry</span><span class="arrow"></span>", "Login", "User")

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How do I disable the escaping of the code, so my span is within the ActionLink, and not displayed as output?

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