[Catalyst] Re: Reaction Widgets questions
Matt S Trout
dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Wed Jan 17 10:36:22 GMT 2007
On 16 Jan 2007, at 17:07, Jonas Alves wrote:
> As for a controller that limits visible attributes, are you wanting
> to do this for the listview or globally?
> Imagine that i have 2 forms for the same table. One with all the
> fields and another with just some of them. What came to me was
> define another schema class to the same table but just with some of
> the attributes defined. But that doesn't seem the best aproach...
> But creating new action classes that just differ in the attributtes
> defined doesn't seem a better way. Maybe if I could pass the fields
> to the class when I push it to the viewport. Something like:
Assuming the action can be committed without the additional fields,
just subclass the Action class and override parameter_attributes to
only return the attributes you want visible, then pass a copy of that
action to the ViewPort instead.
It's not perfect, but it works pretty well for me so far so I'm
punting on a better solution until we've got a better idea what we
need out of it.
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