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How to use a Widget as an Action Provider

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All done, now we can call all the **actionProvider** actions as **controllerID/actionPrefix.actionID**. Here is the example:


```php
index.php?
r=site/test.GetData
```

###Passing Parameters to Actions
As you all know, and already explained in the wiki [Actions Code Reuse with CAction](http://www.yiiframework.com/wiki/170/actions-code-reuse-with-caction/ "Actions Code Reuse with CAction"), Actions are classes that extend from CAction, that is, a CComponent. If we wish to pass parameters to the actions that are within the provider, we have to do it this way when configuring your controller (step 3) (Thanks to [Attilio](http://www.yiiframework.com/user/25057/ "Attilio") for pointing this out):
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