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Lesson 30 - E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Order List 2

In the previous lesson, E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Order List, we prepared methods for order administration in the business layer. In today's ASP.NET Core tutorial, we're going to focus on the application layer, resulting in the order status changing working properly:

Order management in an ASP.NET MVC Core e-shop

Let's start by preparing actions in the controller.


As the new functionality will work with orders, we'll add new actions to OrderController.


First, a simple method to display our new page. Its only task is to pass the necessary data to the page being rendered, which will be done by the prepared GetOrdersForManage() method (To keep things simple, I suggest using an EOrder entity collection as the model for the new page. I'd be probably a better choice to create a new viewmodel):

public IActionResult Manage()
    return View(orderManager.GetOrdersForManage());


This method will be called by AJAX and will return a list of all possible order states as Json. We'll store them in a collection with


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We'll finish the administration page of completed orders of our ASP.NET Core MVC e-shop and prepare actions in the controller, create a view, JS, and AJAX.

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