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views within a sub folder

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

How can I add a sub folder within the Views folder for a controller?

I have a controller named "admin".  In the Views folder, there is an "admin" folder. 

The admin controller has a number of actions. For each group of actions, there is a partial class that contains the actions of the group.  admin/reports, admin/inventory, admin/orders, ...   Problem is, when I move the "ReportsIndex.aspx" view into folder Views/Admin/Reports, MVC says it cant find the view when the ReportsIndex action method does a "return View("ReportsIndex", model) ;".




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