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MVC 3 Preview 1. Inject value in Action Filter

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I was reading MVC3 Preview 1 release and I found this:

Dependency Injection at all levels - We opened up seams for applying the dependency injection when instantiating components of the framework. This allows developers to hook into the creation of models during model binding, action filters, etc.

Does that mean I can inject a value into an Action Filter?

This is a problem I have for a long time and it would be really useful.

How can I do this?



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