I am using ASP.NET MVC 3 with .NET 4.0. I have a model on which one of the properties requires that HTML content be allowed. I have placed the
attribute on my model property which allows HTML on that property. That works by itself.
I am also using the Uploadify
flash uploader on other parts of my website. Due to problems
with flash and sessions, I'm using some code similar to the code in a swfupload example
to allow my file upload access to session data. Basically I'm accessing the
collection directly in the
The problem I'm running into is that when the form that allows HTML is posed I get a
when the code in the
handler access the
Like I said in the beginning, I've tried the
attribute. I've also tried disabling validation at the action and controller level using the
attribute, but I believe I'm too early in the request life cycle for those to apply. Is there anyway to access the
collection containing "potentially dangerous" data without disabling request validation for the entire site?