i've got an in place edit text box for some of my fields. my model has validates_presence_of for the field but nothing happens. it works fine in the scaffold when using the edit page, but nowhere else. anyone have a solution to this?
on 2006-04-01 02:10
on 2006-06-25 03:56
There was no reply to this question but it must be a common requirement. Is there a good solution? How would one get a validates_*** from the model to apply when using in_place_edit_for? -- Brian
on 2006-06-25 21:35
The In_place_editor still uses the callbacks like before_update, so maybe your could force your validation requirements to fire that way. -- Timothy J.
on 2007-03-20 07:05
on 2007-03-21 07:32
Hi, I followed the above link and try using that link, but i am not getting any alert box, and still its taking the blank one in to the database, SO wat should i do for this???
on 2007-03-21 08:40
Naga harish Kanegolla wrote: > Hi, > I followed the above link and try using that link, but i am not getting > any alert box, and still its taking the blank one in to the database, SO > wat should i do for this??? Hey naga, I forgot to mention that you'll need to restart your mongrel server. Did you do that?
on 2007-03-21 09:05
Hi, I restarted the server, but till i am not getting, later i added the validates_presence_of :name then it worked for me, I got the alert box saying that it shouldn't be blank, so its working, but wen i try to edit by not giving blank with another value, then also its giving an alert box that it shouldn't be blank, and am even not able to add a new one, so wat should i do for this??
on 2007-03-22 03:22
Naga harish Kanegolla wrote: > Hi, > I restarted the server, but till i am not getting, later i added the > validates_presence_of :name then it worked for me, I got the alert box > saying that it shouldn't be blank, so its working, but wen i try to edit > by not giving blank with another value, then also its giving an alert > box that it shouldn't be blank, and am even not able to add a new one, > so wat should i do for this?? Naga, I'm not sure what went wrong though, it's a bit hard to know without looking at the codes. Use firebug, check out the Ajax request generated, put a print statement in your codes, look at the log files, you probably would be able to see something helpful.
on 2007-03-22 07:26
Hi, Thanks a lot, its working fine , i am sorry that i have given the wrong column name for validates_presence_of in the model,its good, and every body liked that, and i would ask u one more thing, is there any alert box custom code for validating the Ajax form, like if i click a link an ajax form appears and if i give a blank and submit its not taking the value in the database but i should get an alert saying that it is blank, Thanks in Advance, Harish
on 2007-04-01 02:11
Looks like a nice piece of code ;) I'm rails newbie and have some problems integrating it. I've created custom_in_place_editing.rb in my lib/ and added include to my environment.rb, but I'm still getting 'uninitialized constant' error if I add 'in_place_edit_with_validation_for' to my controller. I did server restart. Do you have any idea? Thanks in advance, Laurynas On Mar 20, 8:05 am, Herryanto S. <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-
on 2007-04-01 10:07
Laurynas, Please add append the following lines to custom_in_place_editing.rb, I updated the code snippet yesterday to fix caching issue on Rails 1.2, which causes the entry to be blank, after the error message alert. But I forgot to copy a few lines below. ActionController::Base.class_eval do include ActionController::Macros::CustomInPlaceEditing end Harris, I'm not sure what you meant though, sorry.
on 2007-04-01 14:51
Herryanto, thanks a lot for a quick reply! Now it works fine. Laurynas On 1 Apr, 09:07, Herryanto S. <email@example.com>
on 2007-04-01 15:23
Maybe I replied too quickly :) Now I noticed, that I'm getting "undefined method 'query_cache'" exception if validation fails. If I comment out "object.to_s.camelize.constantize.query_cache.clear_query_cache", I get correct validator error message, but then blank value is shown. That's on Rails 1.2.3. Laurynas On 1 Apr, 09:07, Herryanto S. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
on 2007-04-01 20:13
Laurynas, I forgot that I'm using RailsOnEdge. You are right, there's no query_cache in rails 1.2.3. I've applied the patch to handle that. Please re-copied the source codes from the same place: http://www.pluitsolutions.com/2007/03/20/custom-in... Sorry for the confusion, and thanks for reporting that.
on 2007-04-01 23:39
Herryanto, after first test everything looks ok. Thanks again! Laurynas On Apr 1, 7:13 pm, Herryanto S. <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-