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can any one suggest me a link where Insert update delete can be done by one view ..

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yes for example one view with MVC example ..one controller and crosopondenc with one view gives option of iud

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i m using ado.net framework not entity framework like linq

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thanks dave for ur reply ..in this tutorial it ask for add a new POCO ..poco means just simple .cs file in model folder ??????

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Essentially a poco is just a simple, plain class with just simple properties. Easy to serialise, no dependancies etc.

POCO stands for Plain Old Clr Object. It was coined from the same phrase for Java - POJO. Sometimes you hear people say Plain Old C# Object - this is sometimes wrong and sometimes a tongue in cheek joke from people with a preference to C#.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plain_Old_CLR_Object

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well dave thanks for sharing link
http://www.binaryintellect.net/articles/4a00a9ce-73e5-4d89-aaae-2d835eca0854.aspx

now apart from that i wanted to know how should add view model ..right click on nay action method and provide view name ..waht view name should i give because each and every single action methods have differnt name in this link .. this is my first question ..my second question is that please mentione what engine i should provide razor /aspx.also mentione what option i selected like master pages ,partial page ,strongly typed ..i m considering the link u shared ..so please mention each and every thing in the light of above link
any urgent relied is highly apperciated

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also do let me know why DisplayMode property of model is not set in index action method ..??

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thanks dave for ur reply so far ...yes i m digging it just to get clear cut picture of each and every thing at least in this tutorail..

can u please ???answer

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