[Seaside] Re: Why could a POST take too much?

Paul DeBruicker pdebruic at gmail.com
Mon May 12 22:07:47 UTC 2014

Just for clarity:

It doesn't have to be in a form.  You can use jQuery to serialize the form
data using an ajax POST  e.g.

html jQuery post serializeForm:(html jQuery id: 'myForm')

or with a GET

html jQuery ajax serializeForm:(html jQuery id: 'myForm')


You can also serialize arbitrary divs if you want using jQuery with
#serialize: and friends.  

But I agree with everything else you've said.  

Sven Van Caekenberghe-2 wrote
> Mariano,
> On 12 May 2014, at 23:16, Mariano Martinez Peck &lt;

> marianopeck@

> &gt; wrote:
>> Could you explain what is the first POST and which is the second GET? 
> This is basic Seaside 101: your navbar's button is inside a form (has to
> be), hence you submit the form, which is a POST. Seaside always replies
> with a redirect to a GET to get the _s and _k parameters in the URL. You
> can think of the first fase as callback processing and the second fase as
> rendering.
> Are you sure that the handling of the button's action (in your own code)
> does not take a lot of time by itself (apart from what Seaside does) for
> some application specific reason ?
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