Asp net validating querystring
For example, suppose you just want to have some control over the creation of your model object.
The following code can demonstrate the problem: Even though you’ve specified Model.Enter the Default Model Binder, which can magically convert form values and route data into objects. One step up would be to use a Form Collection parameter instead: With the Form Collection you don’t have to dig into the Request object, and sometimes you need this low level of control. Form, route data, or the URL query string, then you can let model binding work its magic: In this example, the model binder will create your new Recipe object and populate it with data it finds in the request (by matching up data with the recipe’s property names). There are many ways to customize the binding process with “white lists”, “black lists”, prefixes, and marker interfaces.