Jan 13, 2019 01:03 AM|DA924|LINK
Thanks for the reply. Using ModelState.Clear() or ModelState.Remove("FullName") both are working. I am 200% sure that this question will be asked in my next project. So, good to find out that it is Correct and By Design. Just Change the Controller
class a bit and changes are shown below for future reference.
Frankly speaking, I don't see the point of this changing of the FormCollection value. This is business logic that should be happening on the VM or model with an object in the Models folder and the VM or model sent back to the view. The controller IMO
has no business doing this. .
To me, what you are doing is unorthodox and not following MVC principles.