Upload thru IFRAME

I created one Prototype helper.In that a method with following name is
there

def form_remote_tag_with_multipart_support(options = {}, &block)
if options[:html][:multipart]
uid = “a#{Time.now.to_f.hash.abs}”
options[:html].merge!(:target => uid)
iframe = capture_haml do
haml_tag :iframe, :class => ‘hidden’, :id => uid, :name => uid,
:src => ‘about:blank’
end
url_for_options = options[:html].delete(:action) ||
url_for(options[:url])
if block_given?
haml_concat iframe
form_tag url_for_options, options[:html], &block
else
<<-html
#{iframe}
#{form_tag url_for_options, options[:html]}
html
end
end
end
end

on view I write
<%= form_remote_tag_with_multipart_support :service_list, :url=>
service_path, :method => :post do |f|>
<% render :partial=> “form” %>
<%end%>

its giving ActionView::TemplateError

On Mar 29, 8:37 am, HUNT HUNT [email protected] wrote:

   end
      end

its giving ActionView::TemplateError
What’s the stack trace behind the error? For starters your helper
doesn’t check that options[:html] exists, you’re calling it with a
different number of parameters than you defined it with and you’re
using <%= even though you’re passing it a block.

Fred

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