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following code is in one of my controller

var model1 = new Book(); = 1;
model1.BookName = "Life After Life";
model1.Author = "Kate Atkinson";
model1.Classification = "Fiction";
model1.Price = "CND $ 19.95";

Book model2 = new Book(); = 2;
model2.BookName = "River Of Stars";
model2.Author = "Guy Gavriel Kay";
model2.Classification = "Fiction";
model2.Price = "CDN $32.00";

Book model3 = new Book(); = 3;
model3.BookName = "Light";
model3.Author = "Michael Grant";
model3.Classification = "JUVENILE";
model3.Price = "CDN $20.99"

List<book> list = new List<book>();


Session["var"] = list;
return View(list);

I want to access the same list in another controller without hardcoding the same list. The session varible is not working returns null. Do How do i achieve this? is my syntax is wrong?.. I'm new to mvc 3 plz give me a specific explanation

Thank you
Posted 29-Apr-13 11:05am
Zoltán Zörgő 29-Apr-13 16:13pm
This is the problem: you don't use M from MVC. That belongs in the model not in the controller.

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