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What is the Default Controller name and Method name?

Posted By :Daniel Bhagathsingh     Posted Date :December 27, 2013    Points :40   Category :.NET Framework 
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Mention some of the return types of a controller action method ?

  
An action method is used to return an instance of any class which is derived from ActionResult class.
Some of the return types of a controller action method are:
i) ViewResult : It is used to return a webpage from an action method
ii) PartialViewResult : It is used to send a section of a view to be rendered inside another view.
iii) JavaScriptResult : It is used to return JavaScript code which will be executed in the user's browser.
iv) RedirectResult : Based on a URL, It is used to redirect to another controller and action method.
v) ContentResult : It is an HTTP content type may be of text/plain. It is used to return a custom content type as a result of the action method.
vi) JsonResult : It is used to return a message which is formatted as JSON.
vii) FileResult : It is used to send binary output as the response.
viii) EmptyResult : It returns nothing as the result.
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Can we call a base class method without creating instance?

  
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