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<div class="modal-bod7y">
    @{Html.RenderAction("NewOrder", "Order");}

This is modal form "NewOrder" i got an error of this using core mvc
Please help me thank you

What I have tried:

<div class="modal-bod7y">
    @{Html.RenderAction("NewOrder", "Order");}
Updated 4-Jul-23 1:20am
Sandeep Mewara 1-Jul-23 0:19am    
What error. Your query is not clear. Please share more details.
OriginalGriff 1-Jul-23 0:39am    
This is not a good question - we cannot work out from that little what you are trying to do. We have no idea what error message you get, when you get it, what you did to get the error, or what you have tried in order to fix it - and we can't run one line of code in isolation to find out!

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Graeme_Grant 1-Jul-23 0:42am    
Yep, what error? Code is missing too.

1 solution

In ASP.NET Core MVC, the 'RenderAction' method is not available by default. You can use similar functionalities using 'PartialViewResult' and Partial or 'ViewComponent', examples given at - RenderPartial vs RenderAction vs Partial vs Action in MVC[^]

If you only want to use partial view within the current view -
@await Html.PartialAsync("NewOrder", "Order")

Alternatively, if you want to use a view component, you can create a view component and then call it in your view -
@await Component.InvokeAsync("NewOrder", new { /* optional parameters */ })
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ROPU_05051971 5-Jul-23 23:58pm    
Thank you so much
Andre Oosthuizen 6-Jul-23 2:39am    
You're welcome

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