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From "Derek Hohls" <DHo...@csir.co.za>
Subject Re: Passing flowscript data to a form
Date Tue, 04 Mar 2008 06:36:44 GMT
Joerg
 
That's it exactly!

It may not be elegant or "intuitively obvious" , but it works
and that is what counts.

Thanks
Derek

(Guess I need to go and reread the manual in my spare
time :)

>>> On 2008/03/04 at 07:39, in message <47CCE078.90000@gmx.de>, Joerg Heinicke
<joerg.heinicke@gmx.de> wrote:
What about 
http://cocoon.apache.org/2.1/userdocs/widgetconcepts/selectionlists.html 

Joerg

On 04.03.2008 00:26, Derek Hohls wrote:
> Jason
> 
> Thanks for pointing out that I was trying to make use of 
> a missing feature!
> 
> My example, because I simplified things, was a bit misleading.
> What I am trying to do in the form construction, is dynamically
> pass in an array of values to act as the <fd:item> elements in
> a multi-field array.   If that can be done some in flowscript,
> I would appreciate knowing how.  At the moment, in the form
> definition, I have:
> 
> <jx:forEach var="record" varStatus="status" items="${irecords}">
>   <fd:item value="${record}"><fd:label>${record}</fd:label></fd:item>
> </jx:forEach>
> 
> where the "irecords" would be the array passed in from flowscript.
> 
> Could I use something like:
> form.lookupWidget("records").setValue ( recordArray );
> 
> Any guidance here is appreciated.
> 
> Thanks
> Derek
> 
> PS Where is the best place to find the documentation for the 
> form.lookupWidget, and other form.* functions? I have been using:
> http://www.jdocs.com/cocoon/2.1.9/org/apache/cocoon/forms/formmodel/Widget.html 
> but its not clear from that if the setValue method can take an array?
> 
>>>> On 2008/03/03 at 05:22, in message <47CC17CB.7050204@apache.org>, Jason
Johnston <jjohnston@apache.org> wrote:
> Derek Hohls wrote:
>> Working with Cocoon 2.1.8
>>  
>> I am trying to pass data from flowscript to a from, but
>> with no success.  The value of "foo" in the scenario below
>> simply does not show up (although normal widgets, which I
>> have stripped out in the sample below, show up fine). 
>>  
>> What do I need to change?
>>  
>> Thanks
>> Derek
>>  
>>  
>>  
>> The flowscript looks like:
>>  
>>    var tForm = new Form("cocoon:/db/update/form/test", {"foo":"foob"});
> 
> Unfortunately the Form constructor does not allow a second argument like 
> this.  I'm pretty sure there is a feature request for this in Jira but I 
> can't find it right now...
> 
>>     var tmodel = tForm.getModel();
>>     tForm.showForm("db/test.uforms");
>>  
>> The sitemap has:
>>  
>>      <map:match pattern="db/update/form/*">
>>        <map:generate src="update/{1}_defn.xml" type="jx">
>>          <use-request-parameters>true</use-request-parameters>
>>       </map:generate>
>>        <map:transform src="stylesheets/forms/strip-page.xsl" >
>>        <map:serialize type="xml" />
>>      </map:match>         
>>      
>>      <map:match pattern="db/*.uforms">
>>        <map:generate src="update/{1}_template.xml" 
>> type="jx"></map:generate>      
>>        <map:transform type="forms" >
>>        <map:transform type="i18n"/>
>>        <map:transform src="stylesheets/doc/cforms.xsl"/>
>>        <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>      </map:match> 
>>  
>> And the simple form (test_defn.xml) looks like:
>>  
>> <fd:form
>>  xmlns:fd="http://apache.org/cocoon/forms/1.0#definition"
>>  xmlns:jx="http://apache.org/cocoon/templates/jx/1.0"
>>  xmlns:i18n="http://apache.org/cocoon/i18n/2.1">
>>  
>>  <fd:widgets>
>>  
>>   <fd:field id="message" required="false">
>>    <fd:label></fd:label>
>>    <fd:initial-value>* ${foo} *</fd:initial-value>
>>    <fd:datatype base="string">
>>    </fd:datatype>
>>   </fd:field>
> 
> It looks like you just want to set the initial value of this widget 
> based on a value in your flowscript?  If so, then that can easily be 
> done directly by the flowscript:
> 
> var form = new Form(...);
> form.lookupWidget("message").value = "foob";
> form.showForm(...);
> 
> 
>>     <fd:submit id="ok" action-command="ok" validate="true">
>>         <fd:label> OK </fd:label>
>>     </fd:submit>  
>>     <fd:submit id="cancel" action-command="cancel" validate="false">
>>         <fd:label>Cancel</fd:label>
>>     </fd:submit>      
>>  
>>  </fd:widgets>
>> </fd:form>

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