troubleshooting Question

do i create a controller for every model? mvc 3

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Hi,

I have worked with asp.net for quite some time and have decided I need to get into mvc 3.

I'm starting with a test website to use the things I have read about but am a bit unclear.... do I create a controller for every model(class) that I need?

So for example I'll have a fancy dress costume model, a costumegroup  model and an accessory model....

Would all of these have their own controller or would all the actions go into one costume controller?

How would you decide this normally?
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