Confirming Delete Operations in ASP.NET MVC
Seeking confirmation of some important action, such as deleting a record, is a common practice in web applications. There are two common approaches to seek confirmation from the end user. In the first approach a dialog box is displayed to the user seeking his consent to perform the delete operation and in the second approach the user is shown a separate confirmation page. In the former approach the control remains in the page where deletion is taking place whereas in the latter case control moves to a confirmation page and the actual deletion operation happens in the confirmation page. This article illustrates how both of these techniques can be implemented in ASP.NET MVC.
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