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Controller.View Method

Creates a ViewResult object that renders a view to the response.

  NameDescription
Protected method View() Creates a ViewResult object that renders a view to the response.
Protected method View(Object) Creates a ViewResult object using the model that renders a view to the response.
Protected method View(String) Creates a ViewResult object using the view name that renders a view.
Protected method View(IView) Creates a ViewResult object that renders the specified IView object.
Protected method View(String, Object) Creates a ViewResult object using the view name and model that renders a view to the response.
Protected method View(String, String) Creates a ViewResult object using the view name and master page name that renders a view to the response.
Protected method View(IView, Object) Creates a ViewResult object that renders the specified IView object.
Protected method View(String, String, Object) Creates a ViewResult object using the view name, master page name and model that renders a view.
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The View() and View(Object) method overloads return a ViewResult object with an empty ViewName property. If you are writing unit tests for controller actions, take into account the empty ViewName property for unit tests that do not take a string view name or a parameter of type IView.

At run time, if the ViewName property is empty, the current action name is used in place of the ViewName property.

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