Conditions in form_for

Hey guys,

How can we give two form_for based on conditions? I mean like this:-

unless condition1.nil?
form_for :abc, :url => { :action => “123” } do |f|
else
form_for :abc, :url => { :action => “234” } do |f|
end

This is not working. Can you guyz tell me where is the problem ? How can
i write this scenario.

Hemant B. wrote:

Hey guys,

How can we give two form_for based on conditions? I mean like this:-

unless condition1.nil?
form_for :abc, :url => { :action => “123” } do |f|
else
form_for :abc, :url => { :action => “234” } do |f|
end

This is not working. Can you guyz tell me where is the problem ?

The problem is that form_for takes a block. You can’t write only half a
block before else.

Also, unless…else doesn’t make sense. Use if…else.

How can
i write this scenario.

In the controller:

@action = condition1.nil? ? ‘234’ : ‘123’

And in the view:

form_for :abc, :url => {:action => @action} do |f|

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

@action = condition1.nil? ? ‘234’ : ‘123’

Thanks for a quickie dude… Resolved … :slight_smile:

And in the view:

form_for :abc, :url => {:action => @action} do |f|

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

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