In the code below, what is the difference between RenderPartial and RenderAction?

@{
Html.RenderAction(“Add”);
Html.RenderPartial(“Add”);
}

  • RenderPartial will call an action method of the current controller and render a result inline. RenderAction will render the specified view inline without calling any action method.
  • RenderAction will call an action method of the current model and render a result inline. RenderPartial will render the specified view inline without calling any action method.
  • RenderAction will call an action method of the current controller and render a result inline. RenderPartial will render the specified view inline without calling any action method.
  • RenderPartial will call an action method of the current model and render a result inline. RenderAction will render the specified view inline without calling any action method.
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