[Solved] Two type of Login – One System Integrate (MVC)

Have different roles for each user type. Also have two different master page, one for administration one for users. All your administration related modules must use administration master page (this will have all administration related menus) and general user module must use user master page. After login according to their role type redirect to respective … Read more

[Solved] Unable to instantiate Object in ASP.NET [closed]

It is invalid to assign an access modifier to a local variable hence the error. You need to remove the private access modifier from the local variable. public ActionResult Index() { Repository repository = new Repository(); return View(repository.Reservations); } 1 solved Unable to instantiate Object in ASP.NET [closed]

[Solved] Object reference not set to an instance of an object Request.Browser set to null NullReferenceException [closed]

This code will not compile as c# will not allow you to have methods and properties that are not defined in a class/type. Really you need to have a class and that class should have a constructor and that constructor should take a Request instance as a parameter and execute a null value check in … Read more

[Solved] How to Implement Audit trial in ASP.NET MVC [closed]

Define the business scenarios that need to be audited. Identify the code entry points where those scenarios happen Design the audit data model based on what data you want/need to store Write data in your audit table/tables on the previously identified code entry points This answer is intentionally vague. Auditing is not something that ASP.NET … Read more

[Solved] want list Object [closed]

Your class ‘ZillowListingConnections’ should be – [XmlRoot(ElementName = “ListingConnections”)] public class ListingConnections { [XmlElement(ElementName = “MlsIdentifier”)] public string MlsIdentifier { get; set; } [XmlElement(ElementName = “ListingId”)] public List<string> ListingId { get; set; } } Sample Code public static void Main(string[] args) { var listingConnections = new ListingConnections(); listingConnections.MlsIdentifier = “test”; var ListingIds = new List<string>(); … Read more

[Solved] Updating Partial Views From Controller in .Net MVC [closed]

You can use Jquery Ajax for this Try something like this.. $(‘#Yourbutton’).on(‘click’, function(){ $(‘#yourdiv’).empty(); $.ajax({ url: ‘@Url.Action(“YOUR Action”, “YOUR Controller”)’, dataType: ‘html’, cache: false, async: true, data : {Yourparam1:value ,YourParam2:value } success: function(result){ $(‘#yourdiv’).append(result); } }); }); Here I assume that there is a div in your page to hold partial view data 5 solved … Read more