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Lesson 33 - E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Editing Orders 2 - Customer

The lesson is being updated for .NET Core 3.1. The fully-functional project is attached to the Lesson 31.

In the previous lesson, E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Editing Orders, we started editing the order and implemented a part of the payment details editing. Today, we're going to continue with ASP.NET Core tutorial by editing customer details. We'll complete the project in the next lesson.

An e-shop order form in ASP.NET Core

Updating Customer Details

We'll use our already completed _PersonPartial view to update the customer details. We'll render the entire form in a dialog box with the help of jQuery UI dialog. We'll display the changes we made using AJAX again.

Editing the ViewModel

In order to render the _PersonPartial view, we also need to pass BasePersonViewModel to the page as part of the model. So let's add it to our OrderEditViewModel:

public class OrderEditViewModel : InvoiceViewModel
    public BasePersonViewModel PersonVM { get; set; }


In the controller, in the Edit() action, we also need to initialize the newly added PersonVM property. Since we basically use the same code in the Edit() action in AccountController for filling the PersonEditViewModel instance, I recommend moderate refactoring and moving the common code, for example, to a new BasePersonViewModel constructor, and use it in the


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We'll program order editing by e-shop administrators in C# .NET. We'll display the form in a dialog box and update data in background using AJAX.

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