Strange thing with posting to this group

like no matter if I email to this group or post to this group on google
groups, with the subject

  deal with Controller and Action logic in RJS?

then the message is on the google groups website, but a search of “RJS”
in
this group doesn’t show my message at all…

is it a google problem or something else i wonder

On Sep 14, 2007, at 7:05 PM, kendear wrote:

  deal with Controller and Action logic in RJS?

then the message is on the google groups website, but a search of
“RJS” in this group doesn’t show my message at all…

i’m guessing this is a google problem. does the string ‘rjs’ show up
in the body of your post?

-faisal

On 9/14/07, Faisal N Jawdat [email protected] wrote:

On Sep 14, 2007, at 7:05 PM, kendear wrote:

  deal with Controller and Action logic in RJS?

then the message is on the google groups website, but a search of
“RJS” in this group doesn’t show my message at all…

i’m guessing this is a google problem. does the string ‘rjs’ show up
in the body of your post?

Yes it does… the following is the post:

Subject: deal with Controller and Action logic in RJS?

The question is, should we deal with Controller and Action logic in the
RJS
file? If so, is it quite “spaghetti-like”?

This is actually for the Agile Web book Shopping Cart example:

If the user clicks “Remove Item” and we do it the AJAX way,

what if we want to first show the cart’s content as

0 x Pragmatic Version Control         $0.00

and then highlight it to red and back to the background color (flashing
its

color)

and then we will render the cart again so that the line will disappear.

Then we actually first have to decrement the quantity from 1 to 0,

then use the RJS file to draw the cart, and highlight the line
(flashing
its color),

and then again in the RJS file, deal with the Action logic to remove the
CartItem from Cart

(possible by calling a method in the StoreController class)

and then redraw the cart again?

This is somewhat spaghetti like… is it that in MVC 1, the Action
mixes
with view logic and it is better for AJAX, but for MVC 2, the Action is
separate from the View, so AJAX will be done by going back and forth
from
Action to View and back to Action again? (could be several times back
and
forth).
Kenneth

Hi,

I would concur that posts do not seem to always appear. Could be I am
doing something odd, but cant work out what. I recently put in a post
about CSV data for tests and fixtures. I know it must have been
submitted cos I got an off list response. But I have not seen it in
the digest and cannot get to it by searching. Either by searching on
[csv test] and sorting by date, or by seaching on Tonypm, which brings
up my posts, but not that one.

Tonypm

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