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|Passing multiple objects using RedirectToAction() in mvc?|
You already tried something that looked like this and object2 was null
in your view??
var vm = new YourViewModel();
vm.FirstObject = Object1;
vm.TheNextObject = Object2;
return View("Someplace", vm);
|Passing JSon Objects over the internet?|
Sure you can write to an URL. You can do it with a HTTP POST (or PUT).
Several good libraries are available to help you with this.
If you use a REST way of working you can put your JSON in the body of
Alternatively you can have some parameter see
|Passing objects as parameters in Excel VBA|
select_cells (r) 'this doesn't work
You can't use parentheses to pass object parameters to a procedure.
Just do this:
The archaic, obsolete Call keyword can be used, if you really want to
keep the parentheses.
|NHibernate pattern for logically-linked objects without passing ISession everywhere|
If Customer is a persistent class, you would not need to access the
session object to add a new Item record. Customer needs to have a
collection property Items mapped as an "has many or many-to-many"
association with the cascade mapping option set to "save" or "all".
The AddItem() method should simply add an Item instance to the Items
collection of the Customer object. Once you commit the NHibern
|Remove prefixed attribute in scala (scala-xml)|
You can't remove a prefixed attribute with remove(String) because of
def remove(key: String) =
if (!isPrefixed && this.key == key) next
else copy(next remove key)
As you can see, if the attribute is prefixed, the first branch
condition is false. However, there is a different function in the same
def remove(namespace: String, scop