Convert application to MVC Application?

Posted on 2010-11-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-10

I have application implemented in VS 2010.  This application have Login Functionality which uses the Windows Login ID and doing the LDAp authentication using Active Directory. This code is working fine.

Problem: How to convert the same application or functionality into MVC Application. Please help me in regarding this.

I have attached the complete project. Please help me in converting the code to MVC?

Question by:Saroj13
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Expert Comment

ID: 34199534
I would start by looking at this post on StackOverflow.

There is also a blog post on how to setup by hand a ASP.NET project on Visual Studio,
that has a follow up (part II) on how to setup a ASP.NET MVC project.

Author Comment

ID: 34199584
Thanks I will look into it.

Is it possible to help me in changing the code.. I am new to MVc and I need it as soon as possible.


Author Comment

ID: 34207377

I am new to MVC . I have implemented the login functionality using simple I have attached the code. Would you please help in using the same functionality to mvc application


Accepted Solution

abhinayp86 earned 500 total points
ID: 34261431
if u have vs 2010, create a new mvc application, and it will auto create login logout functionality pages.

btw having the code wont at all help u in case of ASP.NEt MVC, as ASP.NET MVC is difficult to understand at first, Totally different from (No pagelife cycle stuff), but lot easy to code after u know wat is wat.

If u really want to learn, u shud start from this video..


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