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MVC Add View coresponding the controller

Hi Expert,

I couldn't "Add View" by right-clicking in the View portion of the code as shown below.

   public ActionResult Index()
{
   return View();
}

I can add view but not related my helloworldcontroller.

I followed this tutorial and I Used visual studio 2010 and MVC2

http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/older-versions/getting-started-with-mvc/getting-started-with-mvc-part3.


>>Let's now add a View template to our project that we can use for our Index() method. To do this, right-click with your mouse somewhere in the middle of the Index method and click Add View...


thanks.
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dshi15
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Ioannis ParaskevopoulosCommented:
You can manually add a view:

In the Solution Explorer right click on the 'Views' folder.
Select 'Add'->'Folder' and name it 'helloworld'. The name of the folder should be the same as the name of the controller when you remove the word 'controller'.
Then right click on your newly created folder and seletc 'Add'->'View'.
Now, if you name your view 'Index' then you are good to go. You may name it whatever you like, but then you should have:

    return View("YourViewName");

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