[Seaside] textInput callback is not used
cj-bachinger at gmx.de
Tue Feb 10 07:49:45 UTC 2009
Philippe Marschall wrote:
> 2009/2/10 Zirbler <cj-bachinger at gmx.de>:
>> Philippe Marschall wrote:
>>> 2009/2/9 Zirbler <cj-bachinger at gmx.de>:
>>>> I'm working with Dolphin and Seaside 2.8 and my question is probably a
>>>> newbee querstion. I tried to get an Input field in a html table. The
>>>> renderMessage is as below and the rendering looks good. I see the
>>>> value but if I change the value in the Input field, no callback is used
>>>> the value is not stored. Using the productCount or productEditorDialog
>>>> value changes. Only the textInput does not work.
>>>> Any hints,
>>> You're probably missing a form and a submit button.
>>> Philippe, I do not use a form. My application looks like the tutorial
> You need one.
>>> I have a tableData like rendering the "tasklist", the only additonal
>>> is the textInput code.
>>> html tableData:
>>> [(html textInput)
>>> value: aProduct count;
>>> [:value |
>>> show: value.
>>> count: value] ].
>>> Can it be that textInput callback: . only work correctly in forms?
> Yes, that's how HTML works. Form elements (textInput, checkBox,
> submitButton, ...) need to be inside a form.
> thanks for confirmation. Does a form has scrollbars if the form is greater
> than the viewing window.
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