ASP.NET MVC Framework (Part 4): Handling Form Edit and Post Scenarios
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by Scott Guthrie
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Implement Edit Product Functionality (Part 1 - Background)

Let's now implement the "Edit Product" functionality of our site.  We'll ultimately want users to see a screen like below when they visit the /Products/Edit/[ProductID] URL:

Figure 31

Like the "Add New Product" form post example above, we are going to implement this form edit interaction using two ProductsController Actions that we'll call "Edit" and "Update": 

Figure 32

"Edit" will display the product form.  "Update" will be used to handle the form's submit action.


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Title: Stuck / adding Creat & New to my Controller.cs   
Name: Casey
Date: 2009-07-29 4:08:45 PM
Comment:
Hi,
I'm a newbie as if you don't hear that all day long.

I have setup a project that is to allow me to post information to a SQL database, and view the updated information. I can view just fine, however I'm stuck on where in my code to add the Create, and New Methods. If you would like to look at my code I can post it or email it.

Thank you,

Casey,
Title: text search for an table in asp.net mvcframework   
Name: senthil
Date: 2009-02-07 8:42:22 AM
Comment:
i want to make an text search on a column in a table.
for exampe i type a name in the text box and click a button then it should search the name in the column .

hope u help me

thanks in advance






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