Form tag multipart

Hi to all,

i’m trying to pass the id of my record within the multipart form.
I’ve tried to pass it like this but it gives a compile error…

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘create’, :id => @nominee }, :multipart =>
true ) do -%>
<%= render :partial => ‘form’ %>
<%= submit_tag ‘Edit’ %>
<% end %>

<%= link_to ‘Show’, :action => ‘show’, :id => @nominee %> |
<%= link_to ‘Back’, :action => ‘list’ %>

Can anybody help me???

Thanks i advance

Andrea

You typically won’t pass an id to a create action. I’m doing this
with an update action using the same syntax that you have, and it
works fine. If it matters, I don’t have an equal sign next to my
form_tag (i.e., <% form_tag…, not <%= form_tag…).

Do you want to set the id of the record that you’re creating (not
recommended), or are you trying to pass a value to the record like
nominee_id = 12?

If you’re still having problems, please paste the error.

-Kyle

On Apr 1, 4:06 am, Andrea C. [email protected]

You’ll need

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee }, {:multipart =>
true} ) do -%>

While Ruby will attempt to do “THE RIGHT THING”, you’ll find that if
you specify the hash curly-braces on the first hash, you’ll also need
to specify them on the second hash.

Julian.

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While Ruby will attempt to do “THE RIGHT THING”, you’ll find that if
you specify the hash curly-braces on the first hash, you’ll also need
to specify them on the second hash.

Hi Julian,

i still have an error, the code is:

Editing nominee

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee }, {:multipart =>
true} do) -%>
<%= render :partial => ‘form’ %>
<%= submit_tag ‘Edit’ %>
<% end %>

and the compile error:

compile error
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:4: syntax error,
unexpected kDO, expecting ‘)’
_erbout.concat(( form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee },
{:multipart => true} do) ).to_s)
^
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:5: syntax error,
unexpected tIDENTIFIER, expecting ‘)’
_erbout.concat " "; _erbout.concat(( render :partial => ‘form’ ).to_s);
_erbout.concat “\n”
^
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:12: syntax error,
unexpected kEND, expecting $end

what could it be?

do has to come after the close parenthesis… do reprsents the start
of a block, and comes after the other arguments, which go inside the
parenthesis.

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee }, {:multipart =>
true}) do -%>
<%= render :partial => ‘form’ %>
<%= submit_tag ‘Edit’ %>
<% end %>

Hi Kyle,

sorry :slight_smile: i want to pass it to the update function not the create, but i
still have this error:

compile error
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:4: syntax error,
unexpected ‘)’
_erbout.concat(( form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee },
:multipart => true ) do ).to_s)

Code

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee }, :multipart =>
true ) do -%>
<%= render :partial => ‘form’ %>
<%= submit_tag ‘Edit’ %>
<% end %>

thanks for your help!!

works fine. If it matters, I don’t have an equal sign next to my
form_tag (i.e., <% form_tag…, not <%= form_tag…).

Do you want to set the id of the record that you’re creating (not
recommended), or are you trying to pass a value to the record like
nominee_id = 12?

If you’re still having problems, please paste the error.

-Kyle

On Apr 1, 4:06 am, Andrea C. [email protected]

Julian :slight_smile: it doesn’t work even like this…

<%= form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee }, {:multipart =>
true}) do -%>
<%= render :partial => ‘form’ %>
<%= submit_tag ‘Edit’ %>
<% end %>

the compile error:

compile error
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:4: syntax error,
unexpected ‘)’
_erbout.concat(( form_tag( { :action => ‘update’, :id => @nominee },
{:multipart => true}) do ).to_s)
^
script/…/config/…/app/views/nominees/edit.rhtml:14: syntax error,
unexpected kEND, expecting ‘)’

??

Really thanks for your help!

IT works!!!

Really thanks!!!

You shouldn’t use <%= %> when you’re using the block form.

Julian.

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