Forum: Ruby on Rails Question about observe_form

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Valentino L. (Guest)
on 2008-11-20 11:07
Dear all

I am writing a program that use observe_field to listen 1 field. The
code is as follow:

  <form name="sform" action="" style="display:inline;">
  <label for="item_name">Filter on Application Code  : </label>
  <%= text_field_tag('appcode', params['appcode'], :size => 10 ) %>
  </form>

  <%= observe_field 'app_code',
           :frequency => 2,
           :update => 'table',
           :url => {:action => :index},
           :with => 'appcode' %>

I would like to enhance this to listen more than 1 fields, I try below
code

  <form name="sform" action="" style="display:inline;">
  <label for="item_name">Filter on Hospital Code  : </label>
  <%= text_field_tag('hospcode', params['hospcode'], :size => 10 ) %>
<br>
  <label for="item_name">Filter on Application Code  : </label>
  <%= text_field_tag('appcode', params['appcode'], :size => 10 ) %>
  </form>

  <%= observe_field 'appcode',
           :frequency => 2,
           :update => 'table',
           :url => {:action => :index},
           :with => 'appcode' %>

  <%= observe_field 'hospcode',
           :frequency => 2,
           :update => 'table',
           :url => {:action => :index},
           :with => 'hospcode' %>

It seems not a clever approach, could you give me some hint on that?

Thank you very much.

Valentino
Frederick C. (Guest)
on 2008-11-20 11:19
(Received via mailing list)
On 20 Nov 2008, at 09:07, Valentino L. wrote:

>  <label for="item_name">Filter on Application Code  : </label>
>           :frequency => 2,
>           :update => 'table',
>           :url => {:action => :index},
>           :with => 'hospcode' %>
>
> It seems not a clever approach, could you give me some hint on that?
>
observe_form ?

Fred
Valentino L. (Guest)
on 2008-11-20 11:21
Frederick C. wrote:
> On 20 Nov 2008, at 09:07, Valentino L. wrote:
>
>>  <label for="item_name">Filter on Application Code  : </label>
>>           :frequency => 2,
>>           :update => 'table',
>>           :url => {:action => :index},
>>           :with => 'hospcode' %>
>>
>> It seems not a clever approach, could you give me some hint on that?
>>
> observe_form ?
>
> Fred

Hello

I tried below code, but seems not working..

  <%= observe_form 'sform',
           :frequency => 2,
           :update => 'table',
           :url => {:action => :index},
           :submit => 'sform' %>

Please help. Thanks
Frederick C. (Guest)
on 2008-11-20 11:23
(Received via mailing list)
On 20 Nov 2008, at 09:21, Valentino L. wrote:

>>> It seems not a clever approach, could you give me some hint on that?
>           :frequency => 2,
>           :update => 'table',
>           :url => {:action => :index},
>           :submit => 'sform' %>
>

Define not working. (but as a guess, your form doesn't have an id)

Fred
Valentino L. (Guest)
on 2008-11-20 12:05
Frederick C. wrote:
> On 20 Nov 2008, at 09:21, Valentino L. wrote:
>
>>>> It seems not a clever approach, could you give me some hint on that?
>>           :frequency => 2,
>>           :update => 'table',
>>           :url => {:action => :index},
>>           :submit => 'sform' %>
>>
>
> Define not working. (but as a guess, your form doesn't have an id)
>
> Fred

Thank for your help. The problem is solved.
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