[Catalyst] access stash outside methods
verma.aditya1 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 20:48:25 GMT 2007
I want all of my controllers to register there respective URLs with
description. this data will be used in template to create dynamic HTML
controllers will register URLs at catalyst startup.
I have to store this data into variable (not in any file or database) which
will be accessible in all the controllers.
To get the registration work I have to write statement outside of all
controller methods to execute the same at the time of catalyst startup.
hope you guys can understand my requirement.
On 8/21/07, John Napiorkowski <jjn1056 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- Aditya Verma <verma.aditya1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am running catalyst under apache configured with
> > mod_perl.
> > Can I somehow access stash out methods.
> > I want to declare a global variable inside
> > controller and outside methods
> > which will be accessible in all controllers.
> > stash could be a solution but outside methods
> > context object is not
> > available so i don't have access to stash.
> > please help me solve the problem.
> > Thanks,
> > Aditya
> I may not fully understand your use case, but
> typically the stash is used for a particular context,
> not as a global thing.
> You can alway pass the context to methods that need
> it. I know it seems cumbersome, but the reason is to
> make you really think if you need it, the idea being
> that you should try to decouple your context as much
> as possible.
> If you need some global information there are a few
> ways I can think of:
> 1) put it into the configuration file. This is great
> for static stuff, like admin email address, etc.
> 2) Create a model that provides the information you
> need. If this information is based on the current
> context you can inherit from
> "Catalyst::Component::ACCEPT_CONTEXT" to build it.
> 3) Create a base controller with a method that gets
> the information you need. The have the controllers
> that need this information inherit from that.
> You might get the suggestion to make this a catalyst
> plugin, but that's no longer recommended best
> practices. Plugins should be reserved for when you
> are trulying enhancing/extending the basic Catalyst
> Please share with us the details of the use case and
> maybe we can help.
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