[AspNet 6] Using Generic Types in an Interface MVC C-Sharp

Question: How do you inject an Interface with a generic Type defined? When try to inject the Interface in Dependency Injection (ctor) I am getting an error that says, CS0452: The type 'T' must be a reference type in order to use it as parameter 'T' in the generic type or method.

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[AspNet 6] Using Generic Types in an Interface MVC C-Sharp

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In ASP.NET Core 6, generic types are used extensively throughout the framework. They allow for greater flexibility and reusability of code, making it easier to write more robust and maintainable applications. In this blog post, we will explore how to use generic types in an Interface MVC C# application.

What are Generic Types?

Generic types are a feature of the .NET framework that allow you to define a type with one or more placeholders for specific types. These placeholders are known as type parameters and can be used to specify the type of data that a generic class, method, or property will work with.

For example, consider the following code


public class MyClass


public T Property { get; set; }


In this code, `T` is a type parameter that represents the type of data that will be stored in the `Property` field. When you create an instance of `MyClass`, you can specify the type of data that it will work with by providing a value for `T`. For example


var myInstance = new MyClass<

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