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From Mark Lundquist ...@wrinkledog.com>
Subject Re: wb:delete-bean?
Date Wed, 05 May 2004 00:11:54 GMT

On May 4, 2004, at 10:54 AM, Joel McConaughy wrote:

> I'm using hibernate/cforms to build simple CRUD pages.

Have you seen the alternative acronymn?: Create/Read/Amend/Purge :-)

>  These take the
> results from a query and create an ArrayList of beans, display a page
> worth of rows in a repeater, allow in place editting, and persist the
> results back to the database.
>
> Hibernate handles row updates automatically.  Insertions are handled in
> the flow by explicitly calling a hibernate save operation on any row
> with a null ID.
>
> Deletions are the problem.  Hibernate requires that I explicitly call a
> delete method for each deleted row.  Cforms doesn't keep track of
> deleted rows within a repeater so I believe that I need to do this as
> each delete event is fired.  However, I don't know how to access the 
> row
> inside the <wb:on-delete> tag or how to call some external Java from
> there.
>
> May be there's an easier way to accomplish this?

I know you can do it with the v2 forms/flow API... see the flowscript 
in the v2 samples directory.

There might be a way to do it with the  <wb:on-delete> way, but I'll 
let somebody else answer that 'cause I don't know! :-)

~mark




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