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From Christopher Oliver <res1c...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Multipage Woody Forms (was Re: FOM_WebContinuation)
Date Thu, 22 Jan 2004 03:43:23 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

> Christopher Oliver wrote:
>
>> Sorry, I just looked at woody2.js and it actually doesn't do things 
>> this way (woody.js did - btw, why have both?). In woody2.js 
>> showForm() simply calls cocoon.sendPageAndWait() in a loop. It seems 
>> to return the first continuation created. I guess if you save this 
>> one, then you can invalidate the whole sequence using it:
>>
>> var k = form1.showForm(...);
>> form2.showForm();
>> form3.showForm();
>> k.invalidate();  // should blast all continuations up to this point
>>
>> Anyway, I don't think addChild() is needed, or if it is, then to me 
>> that indicates a usability bug in the overall design (I don't think 
>> the user should have to manage continuations explicitly like that).
>
>
>
> As I mentioned in another email - makeWebContinuation method does not 
> set parent. 

It looks like it does to me.

> Yes, if you change makeWebContinuation, then addChild is not needed. 
> See yesterday's "Re: Page scope and ContinuationLocal (was Re: Local 
> variables in FlowScript)" thread.
>
> So, do you want to modify makeWebContinuation instead of addChild?

See above.

>
>
> Another question: do we want to cleanup flow/woody a bit and remove 
> deprecated files/classes, such as non-FOM flow and woody.js?
>
+1


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