ASP.NET MVC DropDownList Validation


ASP.NET MVC DropDownList Validation



I have

[DisplayName("Country")] public List<SelectListItem> Countries { get; set; } 

property in strong-type Model View class for DropDownList.

When I try to check if the ModelState.IsValid on form postback it's always false & error for Countries tells "Can't convert [value] to SelectListItem" or some of a kind.

I figured out there is no straight-forward mapping for drop down selected value (looks like I'll have to read value from Form value collection), but how can I ignore binding and validation for List property? I just want to make ModelState.IsValid attribute to be true if all the other fields are populated properly.

Thank you in advance


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Is it for the reason this the value submitted is of type String or Country rather than a list of SelectListItem or List<SelectListItem>.. What are you binding to the control in the UI?. try .
[DisplayName("Country")] public List<Country> Countries { receive ; set; } 
Where Country is the type name from your DAL.. EDIT: Based on the error you are recieving, it sounds like the model is expecting the value to be a String so try swapping List<Country> for List<String>..
[DisplayName("Country")] public List<string> Countries { receive ; set; } 


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