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I would appreciate your opinion on the following….a global approach for my web app I was thinking of adding a form tag to my layout view and including the antiforgerytoken there. Can any one explain how to implement step by step this soluation.? But when comes in the part that the Class “Anti Forgery” will validate the two strings (cookie Value and header prop), the values of the two strings are different and the method returns an error: “The required anti-forgery form field “__Request Verification Token” is not present.”. Well together with your permission allow me to take hold of your feed to stay updated with approaching post.

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You will, at some point, need a different form in one of your views and you might get undefined behaviour if you have a form within a form. Is Ajax Request() returns true, but $Setup() does not seems to be invoked from broswer, thus the Http header never has the token value, and it fails all the time. The missing and importantly deciding point on getting this solution for me was the javascript token tag missing the quotes around the name.

To me it sounds like you’re not really doing MVC if you’re happy with having a form in the layout. Cookie Name is a static property on the class System. The code sample as given didn’t work: var token = $(‘[name=__Request Verification Token]’).val(); This did: var token = $(‘[name=”__Request Verification Token”]’).val(); I nearly gave up in exasperation on this like dozens of other promising solutions out there.

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