Learn about MVC every day [user-defined controls]

Source: Internet
Author: User

In ASP. NET MVC2, when it comes to user-defined controls, I was so angry that I had to go back and finally read some points.

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1Scenario 1: Custom Controls created through Controller

2 // Controllers : Testascx
5 Public Actionresult testascx ()
6 {
7 Ascx = New Ascx ();
8 Return Partialview (Ascx );
9 }
10 // View : Testascx. ascx
12 <% @ Control Language = " C # " Inherits = " System. Web. MVC. viewusercontrol <ascx> " %>
13 You can enter what you want to write
15   // Call controls
16 View : Index. aspx
18 <% HTML. Renderaction ( " Testascx " ); %>


 Scenario 2: Call the User-Defined control in ASP. NET mode, for example: footer. ascx

The controller does not need any stuff, but only needs to be called

<% HTML.Renderpartial ("Footer"); %>


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