Forms

Hi,

I have a form with two inputs, user and password. How do I access these
two fields after a user fills them out and presses on the submit button?

I want to pass these two values to an action, add_user. How do I do
this?

I have <% form_remote_tag :url => { :action => :add_user } do %>
<%= submit_tag “Add user” %>
<% end %>

:add_user(a, b) doesn’t seem to work

in the controller:
def add_user(a, b)

Thanks

On 12 Jul 2008, at 21:08, Justin To wrote:

I have <% form_remote_tag :url => { :action => :add_user } do %>
<%= submit_tag “Add user” %>
<% end %>

A form submits its input elements. A form’s input elements are the one
it contains.

:add_user(a, b) doesn’t seem to work

in the controller:
def add_user(a, b)

controller actions never take any arguments. The params hash contains
the passed parameters. I reckon you’d safe yourself some time by
sitting down with a decent book/tutorial.

Fred

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