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From Robin Wyles <...@robinwyles.com>
Subject Re: [REPOST] Setting multi-value widget values for dynamically createdforms
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2008 14:00:49 GMT
Or you could even do:

var values = [];
values[0] = "option 1"
values[1] = someMethodToGetAString();
fwidget.setValue(values);

I think your problems were down to the fact that you were  
initialising the size of the array...

Cheers,

Robin



On 3 Jun 2008, at 14:48, Derek Hohls wrote:

> Robin
>
> How would you create the array programmtically
> ie. values array needs to be populated via data
> values sourced elsewhere ( and typically available
> in a string variable) rather than from a static list.
>
> Thanks
> Derek
>
>>>> On 2008/06/03 at 03:32, in message <F6853221-59B6-4F99- 
>>>> BED0-8B9712C8A188@robinwyles.com>, Robin Wyles  
>>>> <rob@robinwyles.com> wrote:
> Hi Derek,
>
> As far as I can remember you just need to set the multi-value widget
> value to a simple array, and I don't think you should initialise the
> array with 10 values if you are only setting 1.
>
> Something like this maybe:
>
> var values = ["option1", "option2"]; // these are the values to pre-
> select
> fwidget.setValue(values);
>
> Cheers,
>
> Robin
>
>
>
> On 3 Jun 2008, at 08:13, Derek Hohls wrote:
>
>> I am reposting in the hope that someone can find a
>> few moments to look at this - I'm sure I am missing
>> something simple, but cannot see what it is...
>>
>>>>> On 2008/05/21 at 12:55, in message
>>>>> <48341BB8.5CE9.00D4.0@csir.co.za>, "Derek Hohls"
>>>>> <DHohls@csir.co.za> wrote:
>> I have a dynamically created form which I then access from flowscript
>>
>>   var qit = newForm.getWidget().getChildren();
>>    if (qit != null) {
>>    while ( qit.hasNext() ) {
>>        fwidget = qit.next() ;
>>       ...
>>
>> to get each widget.  I now need to pre-select some values for
>> all of the multi-value widgets.  (Note that the widget below has a
>> datatype of string).
>>
>> Approach 1 is what I *think* is correct; Approach 2 I know is
>> wrong but it does confirm that the widget I am accessing is
>> a MultiValueField.
>>
>> Any ideas as to how to make this work properly?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Derek
>>
>> (Side note:  if I omit this step, the rest of the form displays
>> as expected, and values for other widget types are set OK.)
>>
>>
>> Approach 1:
>>
>> var values = java.lang.reflect.Array.newInstance(java.lang.String,
>> 10);
>> values[0] = "Option 1";
>> fwidget.setValue(values); //NB also tried fwidget.setValues(values);
>>
>> Result 1:
>>
>> java.lang.NullPointerException
>> at org.apache.cocoon.forms.formmodel.MultiValueField.setValues
>> (MultiValueField.java:190)
>> at org.apache.cocoon.forms.formmodel.MultiValueField.setValue
>> (MultiValueField.java:180)
>> ...
>>
>>
>> Approach 2:
>>
>> fwidget.setValue("Option 1");
>>
>> Result 2:
>>
>> java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot set value of field "q-25--6"
>> with an object of type java.lang.String
>> at org.apache.cocoon.forms.formmodel.MultiValueField.setValue
>> (MultiValueField.java:182)
>> ...
>
>
>
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