[TYPO3-mvc] edit multiple objects in one form

Lorenz Ulrich lorenz-typo3 at visol.ch
Tue Feb 21 10:14:01 CET 2012


Hi Johannes

Are you sure that your $personObject is really just one object? Seems 
that you didn't use a "findOneByXXX" method but a "findXXX" method...

Best regards,

Lorenz

Am 21.02.2012 09:31, schrieb Johannes C. Schulz - EnzephaloN IT-Solutions:
> Hello Lorenz
> I tried your workaround to solve a problem similar to yours, but I get an
> error " Fatal error: Call to undefined method
> Tx_Extbase_Persistence_QueryResult::setAccepted() in
> F:\Kunden\xampp\htdocs\psoa\typo3conf\ext\psoa_accredit\Classes\Controller\B
> ackendController.php on line 133".
> 133: if(!$person['denied']) $personObject->setAccepted(1);
> Do you have an idea about that?
> Best regards
> Johannes
>
>
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> [mailto:typo3-project-typo3v4mvc-bounces at lists.typo3.org] Im Auftrag von
> Lorenz Ulrich
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 17. November 2011 17:37
> An: typo3-project-typo3v4mvc at lists.typo3.org
> Betreff: Re: [TYPO3-mvc] edit multiple objects in one form
>
> Hi everyone
>
> If anyone else is interested, I just to let you know about the
> approach/workaround I took in the meantime:
>
> I iterate over all related objects (here: artistical works) of a user and
> create the fields like this:
>
> <f:form.textfield name="work[{work.uid}][creationyear]"
> value="{work.creationyear}" />
>
> I submit the form to the multiUpdateAction in my controller that iterates on
> the request and updates the value for each object:
>
> $works = $this->request->getArgument('work');
> foreach ($works as $uid =>  $work) {
> 	$work['uid'] = $uid;
> 	$workObject = $this->workRepository->findByUid($uid);
> 	$workObject->setTitle($work['title']);
> 	$workObject->setCreationyear($work['creationyear']);
> 	$workObject->setDescription($work['description']);
> 	$workObject->setVisibility($work['visibility']);
> 	$workObject->setSorting($work['sorting']);
> }
>
> Might be a bit hacky, but works. I'm using it for an IRRE-like frontend
> where the user can sort and edit his works in a JQuery sortable accordion.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Lorenz
>
> Am 17.11.2011 15:14, schrieb Lorenz Ulrich:
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