Submitting aform using link_to_remote

Hi all,
I want ro submit form using link_to_remote , since i wnat to
pass all form parameters to back end i dont want to use send each value
in :with option.how to submit a form using link_ro_remote.
Can anyone help me out

with regards,
senthil

senthil wrote:

Hi all,
I want ro submit form using link_to_remote , since i wnat to
pass all form parameters to back end i dont want to use send each value
in :with option.how to submit a form using link_ro_remote.
Can anyone help me out

with regards,
senthil

In the case of link_to_remote, you have to pass each paramter back. A
better idea would be to use form_remote_tag which sends back all the
form parameters.

thanks,
Bins.

bins wrote:

senthil wrote:

Hi all,
I want ro submit form using link_to_remote , since i wnat to
pass all form parameters to back end i dont want to use send each value
in :with option.how to submit a form using link_ro_remote.
Can anyone help me out

with regards,
senthil

In the case of link_to_remote, you have to pass each paramter back. A
better idea would be to use form_remote_tag which sends back all the
form parameters.

thanks,
Bins.

Thanks bins,
But i am already using form_remote_tag, i dont want to use
submit_to_remote.I want to use link_to_remote to submit the whole form
.how to do this

thanks & regards,
senthil

  But i am already using form_remote_tag, i dont want to use 

submit_to_remote.I want to use link_to_remote to submit the whole form
.how to do this

actually there is a trick in the middle of both worlds… you declare
your form with a form_remote_tag, then you make a link_to_function to
fire the onsubmit of the form. That way you are getting all the
arguments of the form serialized without doing it yourself.

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You can :submit option of link_to_remote.

If you want to submit a table called my_table contains fields just use
this

<%= link_to_remote( “<input type=button value=Submit style=‘font-size:
1.0em;’”,
:submit => “my_table”,
:url => {:controller =>
“controller”, :action => “action”} ) %>

wtih this inputs in the table are serialized and posted as form.

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