How is TempData different from ViewData?

How is TempData different from ViewData?

In one sentence: TempData are like ViewData with one difference: They only contain data between two successive requests, after that they are destroyed. You can use TempData to pass error messages or something similar.

Are both TempData ViewData property of controller base class in MVC?

No, these (TempData/ViewData) does not require type casting.

What is the difference between TempData keep () and Peek () function?

The Keep function is used to preserve the data of TempData object even after the value is read while the Peek function is used to read the value without clearing it. When value is read from the TempData object, the value is cleared and NULL value is assigned. TempData object value was read in View and hence it is NULL.

What is ViewData and TempData?

ViewData is a dictionary object and it is property of ControllerBase class. ViewBag is Dynamic property of ControllerBase class. TempData is a dictionary object and it is property of controllerBase class.

What are the differences between ViewData ViewBag TempData and session?

In ASP.NET MVC there are three ways – ViewData, ViewBag and TempData to pass data from controller to view and in next request. Like WebForm, you can also use Session to persist data during a user session. Now question is that when to use ViewData, VieBag, TempData and Session.

How do I store values in TempData in view?

If you read TempData in the first request and want to keep the value for the next request then use ‘Keep’ Method….For that declare one string variable and set the TempData Value in it by writing the following code:

  1. @{
  2. string msg = TempData. Peek(“TempModel”). ToString();
  3. }
  4. @msg.

What is TempData?

TempData is used to transfer data from the view to the controller, the controller to the view, or from an action method to another action method of the same or a different controller. TempData temporarily saves data and deletes it automatically after a value is recovered.

Can we set TempData in view?

TempData is a property in the ControllerBase class. So, it is available in any controller or view in the ASP.NET MVC application. The following example shows how to transfer data from one action method to another using TempData.

Why do we use TempData?