Hello guys

I have animals/index.html.erb

<%= link_to_remote(‘List’,:update => ‘cont’, :url => {:action =>

page list

And animals/list.html.erb

<%= render :partial => 'list'%>

And animals/_list.html.erb

<% @animals.each do |animal| %>

<% end %>
Name Desc
<%=h %> <%=h animal.desc %> <%= link_to 'Show', animal %> <%= link_to 'Edit', edit_animal_path(animal) %> <%= link_to 'Destroy', animal, :confirm => 'Are you sure?', :method => :delete %>
<%= will_paginate @animals %>

and controller

def list
@animals = Animal.paginate(:page => params[:page], :per_page => 3)
respond_to do |format|
format.js {
render :update do |page|
page.replace_html ‘cont’, :partial => ‘list’

then i got following o/p
try { Element.update(“cont”, "
\n \n Name\n Desc\n
\n\n\n \n dog\n dog\n Show\n Edit\n
\n \n Name\n Desc\n
\n\n\n \n dog\n dog\n Show\n Edit\n Destroy\n
\n\n \n horse\n horse\n Show\n Edit\n Destroy\n
\n\n \n cow\n cow\n Show\n Edit\n Destroy\n
« Previous 1 2 Next »
");’); throw e }

if any solution please give me

You are two different ways to update your

  1. specify :update in your link_to_remote (this just displays
    whatever your action returns - use this when you don’t have javascript
    you want to execute )
  2. specify “cont” in you page.replace_html
    But you should not do both.

What you probably want is method 2, so you should eliminate
the :update=>‘cont’ from your link_to_remote
and then you can get rid of list.html.erb (but not your partial in
_list.html.erb, since your rjs template needs it )

On Aug 19, 6:00 am, Wap A. [email protected]

Hi hitch

i can try to follow your suggestion but this not to be done proper so
that if you have any example. please give me for refer

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