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From Christian Haul <>
Subject Re: Deleting multiple rows with the modular DatabaseDeleteAction
Date Mon, 15 Jul 2002 17:53:02 GMT
On 15.Jul.2002 -- 01:40 PM, Tuomo Lesonen wrote:
> Hi,
> I can't figure out how to remove multiple rows with this action within a
> single request. Am I using the right syntax in HTML? :

Tuomo, you need to define a "set" with a "master" that determines
how many rows are affected. Look again at the sample, search for
"slave" and "master". Since you have only one column, you only
need a master.

> <form method="post" action="delete.html">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="" value="10">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="" value="11">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="" value="12">
> </form>
> This seems to remove only one row from the table. Also tried...
> <form method="post" action="delete.html">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="[10]" value="10">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="[11]" value="11">
>   <input type="checkbox" name="[12]" value="12">
> </form>
> and in database.xml:
> <table name="inventory">
>   <keys>
>     <key name="id" type="int" autoincrement="true">
       <mode name="request" parameter="[*]" type="request" set="master"/>
> 	<mode name="auto" type="autoincr"/>
>     </key>
>   </keys>
>   <values>
>     <value name="displayname" type="string"></value>
>   </values>   
> </table>
> table is accessed from the sitemap with this set:
> <table-set name="inventory">
>   <table name="inventory" others-mode="request"/>
> </table-set>
> ...But doesn't work either, only throws with a nullpointer exception. 
> Cocoon 2.03 (dev)

I'd strongly suggest to use 2.1-dev since with that those actions were
moved to trunk (i.e. not scratchpad anymore). In addition, they contain
additions that are not found in 2.0.3

> Tomcat 4.04
> JDK 1.4.1
> MS SQL2000


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