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Sitefinity 6.2 introduces a hook which lets implement “default” behavior in controllers. You can override the HandleUnknownAction method in your controller in order to decide what to do when an action method is not resolved for a controller - which can occur if you have multiple controllers on one page and a widget that contains a details view. More information about the specifics of this method could be found in the following blog post
Often times widgets in details view will append URL parameters when they handle things like paging. To check whether URL parameters are resolved in cases where we have pages with MVC widgets and widgets in details view mode you could use the following method override in your controllers:
.Response.StatusCode = (
)HttpStatusCode.OK; // Implement default MVC widget behavior. For example:
// Implement default MVC widget behavior. For example:
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