[Seaside] accepting a "legacy" form for an initial state

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Tue Oct 16 05:28:01 UTC 2007

2007/10/16, Randal L. Schwartz <merlyn at stonehenge.com>:
> I'm replacing a badly-written (that is, not *mine*) Perl application with a
> seaside application.  Let's say I've installed my application at
> /seaside/booking.  How do I intercept, say,
> /seaside/booking?legacy=app&does=this and turn that into an initial
> hit into my app with a couple of instance vars set, so that
> all the remaining /seaside/booking?_s=...&_c=... still work?

Implement #initialRequest (don't forget to send super). WABrowser has
an example. If you want the parameters (legacy and does) to stay
you'll also have to implement #updateUrl:


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