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  • ASP.NET MVC Html.DropDownListFor Select value

    - by user295541
    Hi, I have a little problem. I use the Html.DropDownListFor helper to render a dropdown list to the client. But I can't set the selected value in dropdown list. <%= Html.DropDownListFor(model = Model.CalculationClassCollection, new SelectList(Model.CalculationClassCollection, "ID", "Name", 3 ), new { id = "ddCalculationClass" })% Anybody can help me?

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  • Geography information

    - by user295541
    Hi, I have an application which uses geography informations. I don't want to implement this feature because I think I could find a free services which provides needed informations to me. Anybody can help me which service I could use? (Geography information means country, county, town data.)

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  • ASP.NEt MVC 2 Client validation function in Ajax form

    - by user295541
    Hello, My problem is the following: I'm using client validation function of the MVC 2.0 framework. Everything is nice, when I use the validation in a simple form. But when I use an Ajax form, and I update the fields of the ajax form. After the client validation dosen't work. Exactly: the ajax postback is not fired, but the validation message is not shown. I think about, I have to refresh the validation after the ajax call but I dont know how I should do it. Anybody can help me?

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  • ASP.NET MVC Image refreshing

    - by user295541
    Hi, I have an Employee object which has an image property. Image class contains image metadata as image caption, and image file name. If I upload a new image for an employee on async way without full post back the new image is not appeared on the page. I use GUID to name the image file to avoid the page caching. I do the image modifying the following way: ctrEmployee employee = Repository.Get(PassedItemID); if (employee.ctrImage != null) { string fullFileName = serverFolder + employee.ctrImage.FileName; FileInfo TheFile = new FileInfo(fullFileName); if (TheFile.Exists) { TheFile.Delete(); } fileName = Guid.NewGuid() + ".jpg"; employee.ctrImage.FileName = fileName; } resizedBmp.Save(string.Format("{0}{1}", serverFolder, fileName), System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Jpeg); Repository.Edit<ctrEmployee>(employee); ImageID = employee.Image.Value; return PartialView(UserControlPaths.Thumbnail, new ThumbnailDataModel(employee.Image.Value, 150, 150)); The partial view has an image tag which gets the saved image url string which is a GUID. Anybody has an idea what I do wrong?

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  • ASP.NET MVC Binding issue

    - by user295541
    Hi, I have an object with a property called "name". This object has a sub object that has a property called "name" as well. Transaction.name Transaction.TransactionItem TransactionItem.name I bind Transaction object to a partial control as usual: Html.TextBox("name", Model.name)% Model is a Transaction object. And I bind TransactionItems: < if (Model.mtTransactionItem != null) { foreach (var item in Model.mtTransactionItem) { % <%= Ajax.ActionLink(item.name, "ShowItem", new { id = item.id }, new AjaxOptions { UpdateTargetId = "dialog-form" })% And when I update the one of the transaction items through an ajax call I pass the entire transaction object to the partial view. When I debug I check the Model.name property, and it has a proper value. But on the page shows the name of TransactionItem value instead of the name of Transaction value. What do I do wrong? I have checked this problem in MVC 1.0 and MVC 2.0 framework.

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  • ASP.NET MVC Data passing

    - by user295541
    Hi, I need a good example or guideline which could give me a pattern for data passing between view and partial view. For example I have a view which contains several partial views. I refresh these partial view by ajax. So I need to pass data among view and its partial views. The best way would be if I could pass data without using Temp data dictionary. Anybody know a good article about this? l.

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