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Does anyone know how to create a simple hard URL to an action in MVC5? I'm not using it in the context of a View though, I am generating a unique URL and storing it into the database... Trying to use this:
I've tried all kinds of variations on the Action() method... Like just using Go and Redirect as arguments... And what you see there. But it keeps telling me that routeCollection cannot be null
I'm confused because routeCollection isn't even a parameter listed in the method. Thanks.
Good day friends!
I taught this would be possible but I spend over 2hrs trying to figure this out but to no avail.
This is what I want;
I have datalist control that displays payment details and everything is working fine except one. Which is
I want to display sum of all the payments made on a label control called Aggregate.
Customer Name Amount Date
Paul $2000 20-09-2016
Catherine $5000 20-09-2016
Otes $3000 20-09-2016
how I can do like the image in asp c#? I have duplicate month and name
Answer: Since you haven't specified which charting control you require, then I'd suggest you to look at Hichart[^] to build dynamic and responsive charts. Head over to their official website, check out the demos and do three things: READ, APPLY and LEARN.
Don't expect someone from here to write the whole code for you. If you are asking for it, then this isn't the right place to ask. You may need to find a freelancer folk to do the work for you, and of course you have to pay them.
You can host multiple websites/apps with single domain. Subdomains are mostly used by internal users for a particular business / customer.
For example , if you build a application for a customer www.business.com then you can create many flavours of the same application for testing , UAT , Staging before going to live like
Hope this make sense.