Forum: Ruby on Rails Radio Button Question

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9de0419d203d331bf033875fd718bbdc?d=identicon&s=25 Kevin R. (Guest)
on 2007-06-21 22:48
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Hi all,

I'm a new Ruby on Rails user, and I'm trying to make a page with
several groups of 3 radio buttons. The user chooses one button from
each group, then clicks the save button, where each selection is
stored in the database. My question is how I can know which button was
selected - is there a method like get_checked_button, or do I have to
cycle through each group and see which of the three is checked? If the
latter is the case, how would I do that?


2808b5c359edcb77ec783e3793c8d381?d=identicon&s=25 Rafael (Guest)
on 2007-06-25 11:01
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Hi Kevin,

actually I do this with javascript and a snippet of ruby
may somebody know a better way to do this.



case params[:apply_as]
  when "spontanous"
    @apply_as_spontanous  = 'checked'
  when "specific"
    @apply_as_specific    =  'checked'
    @apply_as_specific    =  'checked'


  <input type="radio" name="apply_as" id="apply_as" value="spontanous" <
%= "#{@apply_as_spontanous}" %> /> Spontanbewerbung
  <input type="radio" name="apply_as" id="apply_as" value="specific" <
%= "#{@apply_as_specific}" %> /> Bewerbung auf Offene Vakanz
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