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While I Finishing my job in my main page I have to go to the nest one.
I try to do that from the next page controller lets say `loginController`
While I'm in the main controller I use the following function for this purpose:

Public Sub FlagBtn_Click(ByVal myFlag As String) As ActionResult
            Attributes.envProp._LanguageFlag = myFlag
            Attributes.mvcLogin.Index()
        End Sub

The program goes to the next `loginController` and executes the function there:

<Route("Login")>
       Function Index() As ActionResult
           Return View()
       End Function

Which normally has to change the `url` as well according to the `route file`

routes.MapRoute(
          name:="Default",
          url:="{controller}/{action}/{id}",
          defaults:=New With {.controller = "main", .action = "Index", .id = UrlParameter.Optional}
      )

But that doesn't happen. Instead of that the `url` navigation remains on the `Default` route and of course the next page can't be display.
The question here is how to change the `url` navigation, according to page I choose to go.

What I have tried:

Nothing more than I have already done
Posted
Updated 26-Feb-19 8:14am
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1 solution

Use RedirectToAction[^] to redirect the browser to another action.
VB.NET
Public Sub FlagBtn_Click(ByVal myFlag As String) As ActionResult
    Attributes.envProp._LanguageFlag = myFlag
    Return RedirectToAction("Index", "login")
End Sub

NB: The first line of that method looks suspicious. Are you trying to store values in a field between requests? That won't work. You'd need to use session state, or the TempData collection, to persist the data.
 
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Lefteris Gkinis 28-Feb-19 5:26am    
Sorry but the value did pass to the property very nice... and my issue is not there
My Issue was on the change page...
But thankfully I solved this with Ajax script...
Thanks any way...
Lefteris Gkinis 7-Mar-19 10:41am    
And one more notice
The `redirectToAction` is not working... not working at all...
May be I don't know how to use the `routes`...
But also I haven't find any detail usage about that.
Any suggestion is welcome.

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