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MVC httppost question

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Hello all.

I have three views i am working with.  Each view is a form that the user fills out the first view called Product.   I have that first view bound to a productmodel class where in that model class i have validation.  once i submit in the productcontroller i have an httppost action wherr i pass the productmodel class in as a param and do a model.isvalid.  if valid i do a return View(Customer) which is a customer view.  My question is i want the customer view to be bound to a customermodel class.  How do i do that is that a redirectaction or something?  Im confused because i may want to also ref model binding of the productmodel as well.
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My question is i want the customer view to be bound to a customermodel class.
Unless I'm misunderstanding your question, you simply need to declare the model type at the top of your Customer view.

e.g.

@model Customer

@* Some HTML *@

<div>@Model.Name</div>

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Remember:  Little "m" is the declaration of the model type; Big "M" is the instance of the model  : )
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