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Naunihal asked on 06 Sep 2011, 08:03 PM
I am getting object not set to an instance error, as this is created as partial view.

in the _Layout.cshtml i have added the   
<div id=Menu>

the controller is never invoked, how can i specify that a specific controller be used in the partial view _Menu.cshtml
here the _Menu.cshtml partial view

@using eGate.BackOffice.WebClient.Models
@model IEnumerable<Accounts.MainMenu>

    ViewBag.Title = "Menu";


            .BindTo(Model, mappings =>         
                mappings.For<Accounts.MainMenu>(binding => binding                    
                    .ItemDataBound((item, mainMenu) =>                    
                        item.Text = mainMenu.MenuName;                    
                    .Children(mainMenu => mainMenu.ChildMenus));            
                mappings.For<Accounts.ChildMenu>(binding => binding                    
                    .ItemDataBound((item, childMenu) =>                    
                        item.Text = childMenu.MenuName;                    

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Georgi Tunev
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answered on 07 Sep 2011, 11:00 AM
Hello Naunihal,

Such behavior is expected and the problem is not related to Telerik. For such purpose you should use RenderAction - more information on this method is available in the MSDN.

Kind regards,
Georgi Tunev
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