Hi,I'm wondering to use DataContract in one of the scenario instead of making duplicates Model?
Is it the good idea or I have to write Model?
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I have a complex partial view (ugly stuff), the view page has this line:-
<% Html.RenderPartial("PartialIndicatorWeighting", indicator);%>
and inside the ugly partial view I have this,
<td><%: Model.Active %><%: Html.CheckBoxFor(Model => Model.Active)%></td>I'm trying to display a list of checboxes to show if the item is active or not, I get the following error:- A local variable named 'Model' cannot be
<td><%: Model.Active %><%: Html.CheckBoxFor(Model => Model.Active)%></td>I'm trying to display a list of checboxes to show if the item is active or not, I get the following error:-
A local variable named 'Model' cannot be
hi i using a model pop up window with some textbox but when i click on textbox of model pop up focus move to back to page textbox control plz help me
Can I detect the Name/model no of the mobile phones ,which are browsing my asp.net website from C# code behind? I need to show welcome message, addressing their model numbers and redirect to appropriate pages.
Thanks in advance for your reply.
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