Forum: Ruby on Rails Ajax will_paginate + jQuery.put changes will_paginate href

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E9f9febdefbb834326c9433a27c8d835?d=identicon&s=25 obiwan chinobi (dmht81)
on 2009-07-04 19:13
Firstly, I have got an Ajax will_paginate working and it's great!

/clients/index.html.erb - this displays the CRUD listing of my
clients. The Ajax pagination is added through a partial and the div
container "results" is being reloaded.

I then added a form, with a text field and a search button, so i can
refine my search. I got this working with jQuery.put to refresh the
"results" div container. So when i type in a few letters, i go off and
call my search_results action in my clients_controller which calls the
will_paginate magic. My problem is that when the "results" container
is updated with the results, my will_paginate page links are being
changed from
<a rel="next" href="/clients?page=2">2</a>
<a rel="next" href="/clients/search_results?page=2">2</a>

Can somebody please help! I have no idea why this is happening and
have spent days on this!  :(

Please also feel free to critique my code as I am a noobie  :)

jQuery(document).ready(function() {
  jQuery("#search_form").submit(function() {
                        , jQuery(this).serialize()
                        , function(data)
                        , "html"
                return false;


<% form_tag clients_path+'/search_results', :id => 'search_form' do %>

        <% content_tag :label do %>
                Search term (first name):
                <%= text_field_tag :search, params[:search] %>

                <%= submit_tag "Search", :id => 'fubar' %>
        <% end %>
<% end %>

<div id="results">
        <%= render :partial => 'listing' %>

  def, page)

    # convert to lowercase for search
    search = String(search).downcase

    paginate  :per_page => 2,
              :page => page,
              :conditions => ['LOWER(first_name) like ?', "%#{search}
              :order => 'first_name'

  def search_results

    # Saving search term to be used in the partial search template.
    @clients =[:search], params[:page])
    render :partial => 'listing'
32d80da41830a6e6c1bb3eb977537e3e?d=identicon&s=25 Alessandro R. (alessandro_r)
on 2011-07-20 16:39
Same problem here.
The links are generated from the request address.
If i delete an element from the list (ajax way) the links in the
pagination are wrong. Don't know how to solve. Please help!
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