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I dropped in a table in Index.cshtml. ( MVC 3 razor view).
 
Now I want to add the following code to retrieve the data from the database and fill the table.
 
Where do I put this code?.
 
Do I put it in index.cshtml or homeController.cs or where else?
string s=ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["constr"].ConnectionString;   
string sel = "select * from TableName";   
SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(s);   
SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand(sel, con);   
SqlDataAdapter sda = new SqlDataAdapter(cmd);   
DataSet ds = new DataSet();   
sda.Fill(ds);   
GridView1.DataSource = ds;   
GridView1.DataBind();
Posted 20-Dec-11 4:13am
rajh7423
Edited 20-Dec-11 4:22am
RaisKazi32.8K
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Solution 2

Since the logic is fetch data, it has to go with the Model part of MVC pattern. For further read Understanding Models, Views, and Controllers (C#)[^]
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Espen Harlinn at 2-Jan-12 16:57pm
   
That's a nice introduction - good link :)
Wonde Tadesse at 2-Jan-12 16:58pm
   
Thanks
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Solution 1

The MVC pattern is about separating components so no you would not add your data access to the view.
 
Perhaps this will help ASP.NET MVC 3 Models and Data Access[^]
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