A common pattern when submitting a form in ASP.NET MVC is to post the form data to an action which performs some operation and then redirects to another action afterwards. The only problem is, the form data is not repopulated automatically after a redirect. Let's look at remedying that, shall we?
When submitting form data, the ASP.NET MVC Toolkit includes a helper extension method that makes it easy to go the other direction, populating an object from the request. Check out the following simplified controller action adapted from an example ScottGu’s post on handling form data.
public void Create()