Hello..

I have a form:

<%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

<% @users.each do |user| %>
<%= user.name %>

<%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>
<%= f.text_field :remark%>
<%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

controller:
if params[:instruction_user_ids]
params[:instruction_user_ids].each do|user_id|
InstructionUser.create(
:user_id => user_id, :instruction_id =>
params[:instruction_id], :remark => ????, :prio => ???
)
end

1. The table rows are generated, but the attributes :prio_tl and :remark_tl
are not in. How to write the [] .. take the form_fields?
2. Both attibutes need some indentifier!? I can not mark the radio-buttons
per row seperately..as they have the same id..
Would be great to get some idea about the best way to handle the form and
controller.

Thanks a lot

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  • David Angga at Sep 25, 2012 at 1:59 am
    Hi Werner,

    my dirty solution :)

    <%= f.input :prio, :as => :hidden %>
    <%= radio_button_tag :prio_tmp, 1, :onclick =>
    "updatePrioHiddenValue(this.value)" %>
    <%= radio_button_tag :prio_tmp, 2, :onclick =>
    "updatePrioHiddenValue(this.value)" %>
    ..
    ..

    using javascript function to update the :prio hidden value on radio button
    click.
    On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 8:11 PM, Werner wrote:

    Hello..

    I have a form:

    <%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

    <% @users.each do |user| %>
    <%= user.name %>

    <%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>
    <%= f.text_field :remark%>
    <%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

    controller:
    if params[:instruction_user_ids]
    params[:instruction_user_ids].each do|user_id|
    InstructionUser.create(
    :user_id => user_id, :instruction_id =>
    params[:instruction_id], :remark => ????, :prio => ???
    )
    end

    1. The table rows are generated, but the attributes :prio_tl and
    :remark_tl are not in. How to write the [] .. take the form_fields?
    2. Both attibutes need some indentifier!? I can not mark the radio-buttons
    per row seperately..as they have the same id..
    Would be great to get some idea about the best way to handle the form and
    controller.

    Thanks a lot

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  • Werner Laude at Sep 25, 2012 at 11:12 am
    Am 25.09.2012 um 03:59 schrieb David Angga <carsmetic.oc@gmail.com>:

    Thanks David.. may be I have to describe it better ...

    the form:
    <%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

    <% @users.each do | user | %>
    <%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>
    <%= f.text_field :remark%>
    <%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

    controller:
    params[:instruction_user_ids].each do| user_id |
    InstructionUser.create(...:remark => ????, :prio => ???


    1. The f.text_field :remark returns nothing because its getting overwritten by empty remark fields ..needs some [] . How is the best way?
    Tried "text_field_tag[]" and fields_for instruction[] with no success. I don't know how to access the val in the controller.
    2. Same with the radio buttons prio + the problem to mark the each line separately..

    Would be great to get some idea..
    Thanks



    Hi Werner,

    my dirty solution :)

    <%= f.input :prio, :as => :hidden %>
    <%= radio_button_tag :prio_tmp, 1, :onclick => "updatePrioHiddenValue(this.value)" %>
    <%= radio_button_tag :prio_tmp, 2, :onclick => "updatePrioHiddenValue(this.value)" %>
    ..
    ..

    using javascript function to update the :prio hidden value on radio button click.

    On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 8:11 PM, Werner wrote:
    Hello..

    I have a form:

    <%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

    <% @users.each do |user| %>
    <%= user.name %>

    <%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>
    <%= f.text_field :remark%>
    <%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

    controller:
    if params[:instruction_user_ids]
    params[:instruction_user_ids].each do|user_id|
    InstructionUser.create(
    :user_id => user_id, :instruction_id => params[:instruction_id], :remark => ????, :prio => ???
    )
    end

    1. The table rows are generated, but the attributes :prio_tl and :remark_tl are not in. How to write the [] .. take the form_fields?
    2. Both attibutes need some indentifier!? I can not mark the radio-buttons per row seperately..as they have the same id..
    Would be great to get some idea about the best way to handle the form and controller.

    Thanks a lot


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  • Avi at Sep 25, 2012 at 11:34 am
    You can try using simple_form_for instead of form_for.
    Check this link :- https://github.com/plataformatec/simple_form
    On Monday, September 24, 2012 6:41:15 PM UTC+5:30, Werner wrote:

    Hello..

    I have a form:

    <%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

    <% @users.each do |user| %>
    <%= user.name %>

    <%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>
    <%= f.text_field :remark%>
    <%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

    controller:
    if params[:instruction_user_ids]
    params[:instruction_user_ids].each do|user_id|
    InstructionUser.create(
    :user_id => user_id, :instruction_id =>
    params[:instruction_id], :remark => ????, :prio => ???
    )
    end

    1. The table rows are generated, but the attributes :prio_tl and
    :remark_tl are not in. How to write the [] .. take the form_fields?
    2. Both attibutes need some indentifier!? I can not mark the radio-buttons
    per row seperately..as they have the same id..
    Would be great to get some idea about the best way to handle the form and
    controller.

    Thanks a lot
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  • Werner Laude at Sep 25, 2012 at 11:56 am

    Am 25.09.2012 um 13:34 schrieb Avi <aavinash.behera@gmail.com>:

    You can try using simple_form_for instead of form_for.
    Check this link :- https://github.com/plataformatec/simple_form

    <%= form_for @instruction_user, :url => some_path do |f|%>

    <% @users.each do |user| %>
    <%= user.name %>
    I have tried:
    <%= form_tag new_fb_instruction_users_path, :method => :post do %>
    ....
    <%= simple_fields_for "instruction[]", @instruction_user do |f| %>
    <%=f. input "remark%>


    controller: ..:remark => params[:instruction][:remark]
    log: "instruction"=>[{"remark"=>"test"}

    => can't convert Symbol into Integer
    phh...


    <%= f.input :prio, collection: 1..5, :as => :radio_buttons%>



    <%= f.text_field :remark%>
    <%= check_box_tag "instruction_user_ids[]", "#{user.id}" %>

    controller:
    if params[:instruction_user_ids]
    params[:instruction_user_ids].each do|user_id|
    InstructionUser.create(
    :user_id => user_id, :instruction_id => params[:instruction_id], :remark => ????, :prio => ???
    )
    end

    1. The table rows are generated, but the attributes :prio_tl and :remark_tl are not in. How to write the [] .. take the form_fields?
    2. Both attibutes need some indentifier!? I can not mark the radio-buttons per row seperately..as they have the same id..
    Would be great to get some idea about the best way to handle the form and controller.

    Thanks a lot


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