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C# ASP.NET MVC Basics Modeling and Presenting Data Updating the Controller

Eric Wilson
Eric Wilson
9,361 Points

SOLUTION: HttpNotFound() does not exist in this current context Error.

In the video, he uses the HtttpNotFound() method from the inherited Controller class. However, in the version of .NET I'm using (.NET 5.0), that method does not exist.

After I did some digging, I found out that the method was replaced with just the NotFound()method. So, if you run into the same issue, just use that method instead.

1 Answer

Eric Wilson
Eric Wilson
9,361 Points

The HttpNotFound() method was replaced with just the NotFound() method. So, if you run into the same issue, just use that method instead.