Nicolas Malin closed OFBIZ-7135.
> Adding role for a party show error on the second add
> Key: OFBIZ-7135
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-7135
> Project: OFBiz
> Issue Type: Bug
> Components: party
> Affects Versions: Trunk
> Reporter: Montalbano Florian
> Assignee: Nicolas Malin
> Priority: Minor
> Labels: addrole, party
> Fix For: Upcoming Branch
> Attachments: OFBIZ-7135.patch
> Hi all,
> How to reproduce :
> 1) Go to the profile of a party and then to the "Role" tab :
> 2) Add any role
> 3) Wait for the page to reload
> 4) Try to add another role
> 5) Notice the error showing up and the redirection to the "profile" page
> Problem : The problem comes from a bad request send. When you select a "main
> role" (without clicking on the add button), a request is send to get the form
> for the "secondary role". On the first time, there is no problem, the request
> is something such as :
> On the second time, it becomes something like this :
> When the controller receives this second request, it does both the "addrole"
> and the "addsecondaryroles" request. So when you chose a role in the first
> select, it actually sends a request to add the role before you even click on
> the "add" button.
> Root of the problem :
> First, the target of the forms (PartyForms#AddPartyRole,
> PartyForms#AddPartyMainRole and PartyForms#AddPartySecondaryRole) adding the
> "main" and "secondary" roles is "addrole/viewroles" (it seems to be the only
> place in the code where a target is done this way). To clear up the request,
> I tried to remove the "/viewroles" to match what is done in another case :
> when a task is added to a project.
> It seems to work but I want to know what is your point of view on this.
> Then, in the controller, there is a weird redirection to "viewprofile"
> instead of allowing the user to stay on "viewroles". All of this seems
> related to an update of the coding way in the project that didn't affect this
> part yet.
> I'll provide a patch that seems to work.
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