HTTP Result in Controller Sample in MVC: Day 14

Introduction

In this article we will see how to use a HTTP result in a controller in MVC.

Step 1

Create a MVC project from the "Empty" template.

Right-click on "Controllers" and select "Add" >> "Controller...".



Step 2

Select "MVC 5 Controller - Empty" to add an empty controller.

Click on the "Add" button.



Step 3

Name the controller as in the following:



And it will add an action result method to the controller.



Step 4

Now we need to create a view.

Right-click on "Index" and select "Add View...".



Step 5

Name the view and select "Empty (without model)" as the template.

Click on the "Add" button.



Step 6

Add a title to the index page.



Step 7

Create a httpstatuscoderesult method in the home controller, it returns a HTTP response status code and description. Here we return the "InternalServerError" status code.



Step 8

Create a link to call the httpStatusCodeResult method.



Step 9

Run the project, click on "Http Status Code" and you can see the defined message with HTTP response status code 500.0.




Step 10

Now let's see an example of HttpUnauthorizedResult.

HttpUnauthorizedResult represents the result of an unauthorized HTTP request.



Step 11

Create a link to call the httpUnauthorizedResult method.



Step 12

Run the project, click on "Http Unauthorized" and you can see the defined message with HTTP unauthorized status code.





Step 13

So far we have seen HttpStatusCodeResult and HttpUnauthorizedResult, now let's see an example of HttpNotFoundResult.

HttpNotFoundResult defines an object that is used to indicate that the requested result resource was not found.



Step 14

Create a link to call the httpNotFoundresult method.



Step 15

Run the project, click on "Http Not Found" and you can see the "File Not Found" message with HTTP response status code.




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