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Consider a Person class that returns an array of Project instances from the projects reader method and responds to the projects_attributes= writer method:
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class Person < ActiveRecord::Base def projects [@project1, @project2] end def projects_attributes=(attributes) # Process the attributes hash end end
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This model can now be used with a nested fields_for helper method in a form The block given to the nested fields_for call will be repeated for each instance in the collection automatically:
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= form_for person, :url => { :action => "update" } do |form| = formfields_for :projects do |project_fields| project Name: = project_fieldstext_field :name
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It s also possible to specify the instance to be used by doing the iteration yourself, which is a refinement of the square bracket techniques that we discussed earlier The symbol passed to fields_for refers to the reader method of the parent object of the form, but the second argument contains the actual object to be used for fields:
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= form_for person, :url => { :action => "update" } do |form| - personprojectsselect(&:active )each do |project| = formfields_for :projects, project do |project_fields|
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project Name: = project_fieldstext_field :name
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Since fields_for also understands a collection as its second argument in that situation, you can shrink that last example to the following code Just inline the projects collection:
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= form_for person, :url => { :action => "update" } do |form| = formfields_for :projects, projectsselect(&:active )do |project_fields| project Name: = project_fieldstext_field :name
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If, in our example, Person was an Active Record model and projects was one of its has_many associations, then you could use accepts_nested_attributes_for to define the writer method for you:
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class Person < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :projects accepts_nested_attributes_for :projects end
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As with using accepts_nested_attributes_for with a belongs_to association, if you want to destroy any of the associated models through the form, you have to enable it first using the :allow_destroy option:
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class Person < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :projects accepts_nested_attributes_for :projects, :allow_destroy => true end
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This will allow you to specify which models to destroy in the attributes hash by adding a boolean form element named _destroy
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= form_for person do |form| = formfields_for :projects do |project_fields| %> = project_fieldscheck_box :_destroy Delete this project
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Saving Nested Attributes Nested records are updated on save, even when the intermediate parent record is unchanged For example, consider the following model code 5
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5 See https://railslighthouseappcom/projects/8994/tickets/4242-nested-child-onlyupdates-if-parent-changes for an explanation of the origin of this feature and example code
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class Project < ActiveRecord::Base has_many :tasks accepts_nested_attributes_for :tasks end class Task < ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to :project has_many :assignments accepts_nested_attributes_for :assignments end class Assignment < ActiveRecord::Base belongs_to :task end
The following spec snippet illustrates nested saving:
# setup project, task and assignment objects projectupdate_attributes :name => projectname, :tasks_attributes => [{ :id => taskid, :name => taskname, :assignments_attributes => [{ :id => assignmentid, :name => 'Paul' }] }] assignmentreload assignmentnameshould == 'Paul'
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1184 Customized Form Builders
Under the covers, the form_for method uses a class named ActionView::Helpers::
FormBuilder An instance of it is yielded to the form block Conveniently, you can
subclass it in your application to override existing or define additional form helpers For example, let s say you made a builder class to automatically add labels to form inputs when text_field is called You d enable it with the :builder option like:
= form_for person, :builder => LabelingFormBuilder do |f|
Instructions on making custom form builder classes would fill its own chapter, but luckily there are many open source examples to choose from on Github If you re interested, check out the results of http://githubcom/search type=Repositories& language=rb&q=form+builder
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1185 Form Inputs
For each if these methods, there is a similarly named form builder method that omits the object_name parameter
check box(object name, method, options = {}, checked value = "1", unchecked value = "0")
This helper gives you an extra hidden input field to ensure that a false value is passed even if the check box is unchecked
>> check_box('timesheet', 'approved') => <input name="timesheet[approved]" type="hidden" value="0"/> <input id="timesheet_approved" name="timesheet[approved]" type="checkbox" value="1"/>
email field(object name, method, options = {})