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/account-id > < created-at type= "datetime" > < /created-at > < email > < /email > < first-name > < /first-name > < id type= "integer" > < /id > <!-- Within the
http://unfuddle.com/docs/api/data_models
-H 'Content-Type: application/xml' \ -d ' < account > < text-markup > textile < /text-markup > < /account > ' \
http://unfuddle.com/docs/api/accounts
= ssl, authc This line states that "Any request to my application's path of /account or any of it's sub paths ( /account/foo , /account/bar/baz , etc)
http://shiro.apache.org/web.html
/account/register.do=flowController /account/verify.do=flowController </value> </property> <property name="alwaysUseFullPath" value="true" /> </bean> <bean
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5618759/question-about-solution
/Account/CheckLoginAvailability is not found. Also, after callback that ActionLink is hidden. Why ? Tags: asp.net-mvc I was wrong; actions can return `void`. You are talking about
http://stackoverflow.com/question...net-mvc-ajax-beginform-doesnt-work
@Controller class under br.com.ar.view package. This property allows you build modularized @Controller's <!--Scans the classpath for annotated components at
http://stackoverflow.com/question...roject-thats-bigger-than-petclinic
forward names!!! The above pattern accepts /Account/EditForm.do, /Account/SearchForm.do, /Product/SearchForm.do etc... So no need for sending dispatch
http://wiki.apache.org/struts/WildcardsForActionMappings
:controller => :account_roles end This results in routing helpers like account_people_path ( /accounts/1/people ) and account_person_path ( /accounts/1/person/1
http://stackoverflow.com/question...l-resources-with-custom-controller
RegisterModel { get; set; } } Views : Index.cshtml @model App.Models.Home.Home <!-- Login Box --> @{ Html.RenderPartial("_LoginArea", Model.LoginModel); } <!--
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ration-form-on-one-view-mvc3-razor
will override the authentication login redirect to /account/logon rather than /account/login as expected by the default ASP.NET MVC Account Controller.
http://www.asp.net/learn/whitepapers/mvc4-release-notes