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a. Form Method must be POST
b. Form Method must be GET
c. Form must have attribute enctype="multipart/form-data"
d. Form must have attribute enctype="plain/text"
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a. FormMethod.Post as parameter.
b. HttpPostedFileBase as parameter.
c. Forms Collection as parameter.
d. HttpFileBase as parameter
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a. Name and Value pair of different input elements is submitted to server irrespective of their state.
b. Reset and Button input elements, name and value pair are not submitted to server.
c. If checkbox is unchecked, name of checkbox and empty value is submitted
d. All submit buttons name and value is submitted
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a. DefaultModelBinder converts Form values and route data into objects
b. All name-value pairs submitted by browser MUST be used as parameter of Action Method
c. Some of submitted form values and route data are used as parameters for the action method.
d. When the form is submitted, no two elements must have same name else it gives runtime error.
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a. Primitive types like int, double, string etc
b. Custom Objects like Employee or Department
c. A collection such as IEnumerable, ICollection
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a. public ActionResult Index(string name, bool isActive, string qualification)
b. public ActionResult Index(string name, string isActive, string [] qualification)
c. public ActionResult Index(string name, bool isActive, string[] qualification)
d. public ActionResult Index(string name, string isActive, string qualification)
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a. [HttpPost] public ActionResult Index() { }
b. [HttpGet] public ActionResult Index() { }
c. public ActionResult Index() { }
d. private ActionResult Index(FormCollection fc) { }
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a. [HttpPost][HttpGet]public ActionResult Index() { }
b. [AcceptVerb(HttpGet | HttpPost)] public ActionResult Index() { }
c. [AcceptVerb(HttpGet | HttpPost)] public ActionResult Index() { }
d. [AcceptVerb(HttpVerb.Get | HttpVerb.Post)] public ActionResult Index() { }
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a. Bind attribute is used to control how a request data is used in model object initialization.
b. Bind attribute can be used only with parameters of action method.
c. Bind attribute can be used to specify the properties of an object which should not be initialized even if values are available in browser request.
d. None of the above
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a. public ActionResult GetEmployeeDetails([Bind(Exclude="ID")]Employee emp)
b. public ActionResult GetEmployeeDetails([Bind(Exclude="ID","Name")]Employee emp)
c. public ActionResult GetEmployeeDetails([Bind(Exclude(ID))]Employee emp)
d. public ActionResult GetEmployeeDetails([Bind(Exclude="ID"),Bind(Exclude="Name")]Employee emp)
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a. It should be used for creating a Model object
b. It should be used for intializing an already existing model object with data from browser request
c. It doesn’t throws exception even if the validation of Model object fails.
d. It can be used only in ActionMethods having verb as HttpPost
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a. Add the following to Application_Start in global.asax ModelBinders.Binders.Add(typeof(ModelType), new CustomModelBinder());
b. Add the ModelBinder Attribute to the controller
c. Add the ModelBinder Attribute to the ActionMethod
d. Add the ModelBinder Attribute to the Model parameter of an action method
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