[Seaside] turning off the toolbar
jfitzell at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 07:34:24 UTC 2011
WAAdmin applicationExceptionHandlingDefaults at: #exceptionHandler
(someone should update the book. I can't find anything about this at
On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 7:48 PM, Jon Paynter <kittle31 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Im looking to do the same thing with my application.
> But one thing thats unclear: In previous versions of seaside (2.6 for me),
> there was a #deploymentMode setting that turned off the toolbar and changed
> how the error handling worked, namely it wouldnt open a walkback in the
> image, but display it in the webpage.
> Ive turned the toolbar off following the instructions in this thread. But
> how can I set things up so any errors display the normal walkback page in
> the users browser and never open an error notifier in the image. When this
> happens on my dev PC its fine, and desireable. but when it happens in the
> headless image running on our server, the image shuts down which is very
> Is there a way to accomplish this without writing custom error handlers?
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 11:03 AM, Larry White <ljw1001 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 12:50 PM, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > I want to test my app with the toolbar removed. I found several
>>> > suggestions
>>> > for doing this in the documentation that seem to be out of date. For
>>> > example, from Dynamic Web Development with Seaside, I see:
>>> > Alternatively you can use the configuration interface: In the
>>> > configuration
>>> > of any application select Application Defaults and click on Configure.
>>> > This
>>> > opens an editor on the settings that are common to all registered
>>> > applications. Remove WADevelopmentConfiguration from the list of
>>> > inherited
>>> > configurations.easide,
>>> > However, there is no "application defaults" button on my config page.
>>> Hmm, actually the description in the Seaside book is fully accurate.
>>> It works precisely as described.
>> Not on my machine. :) I rechecked and there is nothing on my config page
>> labeled "Application Defaults".
>>> > The seaside book contains another approach, to execute:
>>> > WAAdmin applicationDefaults
>>> > removeParent: WADevelopmentConfiguration instance.
>>> > But I hesitate to do that one, since there's no instruction provided on
>>> > how
>>> > to un-do it later.
>>> You replace #removeParent: with #addParent:
>>> Lukas Renggli
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