ActiveRecord validation with ajax calls

Hi
I have a model class ServiceDeskResolution.It has fields, code and
solution.I have to make the solution not empty .So for that I wrote
validates_presence_of :resolution
in the model.So from the view when I click save nothing is saved to
database.This is what I need.But no error messages are printed and the
view goes to next window…How can I print error messages in the
current window?

View code (define_sd_resolution.rhtml)
<%= error_messages_for ‘service_desk_resolution’ %> #This not
working

-------code

<%= submit_to_remote ‘save_btn’, ‘Save’,
:html => {:class => “itilbutton1”},
:url => {:controller => ‘service_desk’, :action =>
‘sd_resolution_save’, :id => @sd_ticket.id, :sd_resolution_id =>
@sd_resolution_id}, :before =>
“checkResolution(document.getElementById(‘sd_resolution_service_desk_resolution_code_id’),
‘Please Choose Resolution’);” %>

controller code
def sd_resolution_save

@service_desk_resolution=ServiceDeskResolution.new(params[:sd_resolution])
@service_desk_resolution.save
render :action => “sd_resolution_save.rjs”

end

what I need is if !@service_desk_resolution.save how can i revert
this back to the same define_sd_resolution.rhtml and print the
validation message on that.
Thanks in advance
Sijo

I have good suggestion if you spend 5 minutes to
http://livevalidation.com/examples, and download their script :D. I hope
it will help you.

I am not sure your code here, maybe it should be :

def sd_resolution_save

@service_desk_resolution=ServiceDeskResolution.new(params[:sd_resolution])
if @service_desk_resolution.save
render :action => “sd_resolution_save.rjs”
else
render :action => ‘define_sd_resolution’
#render :file => “#{RAILS_ROOT}/public/define_sd_resolution.rhtml”
# I am not sure with render file.
end
end

your code before dont have block to break error, so it will execute
:action => “sd_resolution_save.rjs” although it is error or failed
validation.

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Reinhart

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