Change default method mappings?

Currently these mappings are established somewhere, but I haven’t found
it
:get => ‘index’, ‘show’
:post => ‘create’
:delete => ‘destroy’
:put => ‘edit’

In particular I want to add
:options => ‘options’

AJ ONeal

AJ ONeal wrote:

Currently these mappings are established somewhere, but I haven’t found
it
:get => ‘index’, ‘show’
:post => ‘create’
:delete => ‘destroy’
:put => ‘edit’

In particular I want to add
:options => ‘options’

No you don’t. You probably want :get => ‘options’.

Here and in your other post, you’re confusing HTTP methods with Rails
controller methods. I suggest rereading the routing guide.

AJ ONeal

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

No you don’t. Â You probably want :get => ‘options’.
Ah, but, I do!

Here and in your other post, you’re confusing HTTP methods with Rails
controller methods.

Ah, but I’m not

Firefox and Safari / Chrome pre-flight CORS / XHR2 requests with
OPTIONS before GET/POST/PUT/DELETE to see if the server allows CORS
before attempting the request.
Internet Explorer, I believe, just uses the HTTP vars from the
original request.

XHR2 Headers such as
X-Requested-With
X-HTTP-Method-Override
Content-Type
Accept
must be pre-approved with OPTIONS or the request will fail.

AJ ONeal

On Jan 12, 8:47Â pm, CoolAJ86 [email protected] wrote:

Firefox and Safari / Chrome pre-flight CORS / XHR2 requests with
OPTIONS before GET/POST/PUT/DELETE to see if the server allows CORS
before attempting the request.
Internet Explorer, I believe, just uses the HTTP vars from the
original request.

Make sense. Does :options => ‘options’ not work at all or are you just
getting tired of typing it over and over again ? The former seems
unlikely, but I haven’t tried. If just the latter then with_options
might be of use. You could also try overriding
map_default_collection_actions on AC::Resources::Resource

Fred

Make sense. Does :options => ‘options’ not work at all or are you just
getting tired of typing it over and over again ? The former seems
unlikely, but I haven’t tried. If just the latter then with_options
might be of use. You could also try overriding
map_default_collection_actions on AC::Resources::Resource

Fred

Thanks Fred,

Here’s the monkey patch for Rails 2.3.3. I imagine it should be easy
to modify for other versions:

module ActionController
module Resources
class Resource #:nodoc:
DEFAULT_ACTIONS
= :index, :create, :new, :edit, :show, :update, :destroy, :options
#Options Patch
end

private
  def map_member_actions(map, resource)
    resource.member_methods.each do |method, actions|
      actions.each do |action|
        [method].flatten.each do |m|
          action_path = resource.options[:path_names][action] if

resource.options[:path_names].is_a?(Hash)
action_path ||= Base.resources_path_names[action] ||
action

          map_resource_routes(map, resource, action, "#

{resource.member_path}#{resource.action_separator}#{action_path}", “#
{action}_#{resource.shallow_name_prefix}#{resource.singular}”, m,
{ :force_id => true })
end
end
end

    route_path = "#{resource.shallow_name_prefix}#

{resource.singular}"
map_resource_routes(map, resource, :show,
resource.member_path, route_path)
map_resource_routes(map, resource, :update,
resource.member_path, route_path)
map_resource_routes(map, resource, :destroy,
resource.member_path, route_path)
map_resource_routes(map, resource, :options, resource.path,
route_path) #Options Patch
end

  def action_options_for(action, resource, method = nil,

resource_options = {})
default_options = { :action => action.to_s }
require_id = !resource.kind_of?(SingletonResource)
force_id = resource_options[:force_id] && !resource.kind_of?
(SingletonResource)

    case default_options[:action]
      when "index", "new"; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for

(resource.conditions, method || :get)).merge(resource.requirements)
when “create”; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method || :post)).merge(resource.requirements)
when “show”, “edit”; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method || :get)).merge(resource.requirements
(require_id))
when “update”; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method || :put)).merge(resource.requirements
(require_id))
when “destroy”; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method || :delete)).merge(resource.requirements
(require_id))
when “options”; default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method || :options)).merge
(resource.requirements) #Options Patch
else default_options.merge(add_conditions_for
(resource.conditions, method)).merge(resource.requirements(force_id))
end
end
end
end

On ubuntu the original file is found at:
/var/lib/gems/1.8/gems/actionpack-2.3.3/lib/action_controller/
resources.rb

And the patch should be placed in your Rails project folder in
./lib/resources.rb

Once installed you can specify options on a per-controller basis like
so:

app/controllers/guest_sessions_controller.rb:

Create a session for non-logged in users which may be merged on

login or remain anonymous, one-time use.
def create
#TODO how to handle this in the case of internationalization
# I chose not to put this in the db layer because this is shared
with the user class
guest = Guest.new({:display_name=>‘Guest’})
guest.save
guest_session = GuestSession.new(guest)
# sanitize the outbound hash now to keep it dry when we add xml
and html support in addition to json
hash = {:display_name => guest.display_name, :single_access_token
=> guest.single_access_token}
respond_to do |format|
# TODO use client ACCEPT headers rather than .:format. That’s
why we have HTTP standards.
format.json { render :json => hash, :callback => params
[:callback] }
end
end

Log out

def destroy
#TODO if the guest didn’t leave an e-mail, delete the guest
(regarding as spam)
current_guest_session.destroy
message = {:message => “Logout successful!”, :errors => []}
respond_to do |format|
format.json { render :json => message, :callback => params
[:callback] }
end
end

Show HTTP OPTIONS for XHR2 / CORS requests

def options
render :nothing => true, :status => 204
response.headers[‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’] = ‘*’
response.headers[‘Access-Control-Allow-Methods’] = ‘POST, GET,
PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS’
response.headers[‘Access-Control-Allow-Credentials’] = ‘true’
response.headers[‘Access-Control-Max-Age’] = ‘86400’ # 24 hours
response.headers[‘Access-Control-Allow-Headers’] = ‘X-Requested-
With, X-HTTP-Method-Override, Content-Type, Accept’
end

Just to throw out some keyword for my fellow Googlers:
You need this patch for Microsoft Discovery Protocol, WebDAV, DAV,
XHR2, XDR (Cross-Domain Request) and CORS to work with Ruby on Rails
for Firefox 3.5+, Chrome 4+, Safari 4+, and IE8+

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