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i wanna pass two models to a view . and fill both fields of these tables , there.

i did below . but in view it dose not recognize migrated model 's fields.
i mean this line: @Html.CheckBoxFor(m => m. )


C#
[HttpGet]
    public ActionResult checkout(string usernam)
    {
        ViewBag.username = usernam;

        var FeacherToTwoModel = new ViewModelX() ;

        return View(FeacherToTwoModel);

    }


    [HttpPost]
    public ActionResult checkout(ViewModelX model)
    {


        if (ModelState.IsValid)
        {


         UsersClass.InsertInOrderAndBasket(model.tbl_order.id, model.tbl_ order.id_Type,  model.tbl_ order.username,model.tbl_basket.username, model.tbl_basket.id_order);
        }
        else
        {

        }
        return View();



view :

JavaScript
.
      .
      .
     <div id="collapseFour" class="accordion-body collapse">
     <div class="accordion-inner">
     @model MyProject.Models.ViewModelX
     <p>please select a style</p>
     <label class="checkbox payment-method inline">

     @Html.CheckBoxFor(m => m.  )remember me </label>
    <label class="checkbox payment-method inline">
    @Html.CheckBoxFor(m => m. )
    online
    </label>
                       <form class="form-inline">
                           <input class="input-block span4" placeholder="Enter your coupon code here" type="text" id="couponcode">
                           <button type="submit" class="btn btn-general">register</button>
                       </form>
                   </div>
               </div>
     .
     .
     .

                           <tbody>
                           @model IEnumerable<MyProject.Models.vw_basket>
                               @foreach (var item in Model)
                               {
                                   <tr>
                                       <td class="image"><a href='../Kala/Product?NID=@item.id_product'>
                                           <img '@item.comment' alt='@item.name_product'  src="~/Content/Media/Images/product/@MyProject.Models.ProductClass.GetPicById_Product(int.Parse(item.id_Product.ToString()))" width="100"></a></td>
                                       <td class="product"><a href='../Kala/Product?NID=@item.id_ Product ' title='@item.comment'>@item.name_ Product </a> </td>
                                       <td class="stock">@item.number</td>
                                       <td class="price"><s></s> @item.cost </td>
                                       <td class="price">@(item.number*item.cost) </td>
                                   </tr>
                               }
                               <tr>

                               </tr>
                           </tbody>
                            .
                            .
                            .




calss :

C#
public class ViewModelX 
        {
            
            public tbl_order   tbl_order { get; set; }
            public tbl_basket   tbl_basket { get; set; }
           

            
        }
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Updated 19-Aug-13 19:30pm
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Jameel VM 20-Aug-13 1:16am    
Actually what's your problem?
Jameel VM 20-Aug-13 1:17am    
wchich property you are trying to access from ViewModelX? can you post the ViewModelX class code
Member 8454063 20-Aug-13 1:34am    
i updated question . i wanna some fields in tbl_order and tbl_basket.for example m => m.tbl_order.TypeOfSpend . i used html.BeginForm before of @model MyProject.Models.ViewModelX but it dose not know fields
Jameel VM 20-Aug-13 1:51am    
what is tbl_order and tbl_basket.is it a class?
Member 8454063 20-Aug-13 2:52am    
i use codefirst. and these are in Mapping . yes these are class

1 solution

Create a new ViewModel class which contain all the property needed for that view.Your mistake is that you are putting complex type such as tbl_order and tbl_basket.This is not a good practice.Actually you need the one property in the tbl_order.ViewModels are nothing but the wrapper ie, data needed for view. So put that properties separately from the class.

Hope this helps
 
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