[jifty-devel] passing in args to page regions which include forms
matthew at nocturnal.org
Mon Jul 9 09:31:48 EDT 2007
On Sun, 2007-07-08 at 15:19 -0400, Nelson Elhage wrote:
> > Still looking for a solution to the following problem. Nelson's
> > suggestion works partially but I still get an error when it tries to
> > reload. I have other forms that work fine where all the information is
> > specified in the form. This seems to be directly linked to needing to
> > insert the fk from a param value. full code examples of the action are
> > in my original post.
> > [elided]
> > > This works partially but dies upon upon submit. reloading the server
> > > shows that the data was added to the db properly though. Here is the
> > > error:
> > >
> > > FATAL - view class error: no value sent for required parameter 'parent'
> > > Stack:
> > > [/usr/local/share/perl/5.8.8/auto/Jifty/web/templates/autohandler:10]
> > >
> > > FATAL - view class error: ABORT
> > > at /usr/local/share/perl/5.8.8/Jifty/Dispatcher.pm line 748.
> > >
> This looks to me like you're trying to show a template that expects a
> C<parent> argument in its C<< <%ARGS> >> section, but you're not giving
> it one, by using C<< set parent => ... >> in the dispatcher.
> The arguments to actions and to templates are completely different
> namespaces and have no direct relation to each other -- neither will
> cause the other to autopopulate; It's your job in the dispatcher and
> template to make sure things get routed to each appropriately.
> Hope this helps,
> - Nelson
my original post contains exactly what I'm trying to do. I just can't
believe that Jifty would be designed to make someone jump through that
many hoops. I have to use the dispatcher just to pass around id's that
I would like to use as hidden form elements? Is the issue that I'm
trying to do so using a page region/fragment? Shouldn't I be able to do
all this stuff just using mason templates? You can do just about
anything in the <init> block that you can do in the dispatcher right?
The tutorial is incredibly misleading if that isn't the case.
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