sorry sir ,
don bother about this problem solved.
i made a silly mistake in passing the parameter in the ZSQL method.
plz bear with me.
On 4/13/05, prabuddha ray <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion,
> I added the 'value district/district_code' now only. 'selected' is
> working fine . if i remove the 'value' thing its working fine.
> i also tried this ;
> option tal:attributes="selected
> python:test(distname==district.district_name, 'selected','');
> value district/district_code" tal:content="district/district_name">
> as for the 'distname' test value() the def is:
> <body tal:define="distname request/form/districtname|nothing;
> So guess since value tag is not set so 'distname' is not being set.
> the select tag is :
> <select name="districtname" onchange="reloadPage()">
> plz suggest.
> On 4/13/05, Andreas Jung <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > --On Mittwoch, 13. April 2005 2:14 Uhr -0700 prabuddha ray
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > I've this 'district' select tag .I'm getting the values usinga ZSQL
> > > method. I want to set the value of the option by the district code and
> > the
> > > display the district name.
> > >
> > > I tried this :
> > > <div tal:repeat="district container/getDistrict">
> > > <option tal:attributes="selected
> > > python:test(distname==district.district_name, 'selected','');
> > > value district/district_code">
> > > <span tal:content="district/district_name"></span>
> > > </option>
> > > </div>
> > >
> > > the drop down list is getting the district names but value is being
> > > set only once.
> > > i checked the request values and its giving the 1st list value
> > - either your test() always evaluates to false
> > - try tal:attributes="SELECTED (in upper case)
> > >
> > > plz tell me how should i use the tal:attribute tag here so as to get
> > > both the 'value' and the 'name' values as a list.
> > > --
> > What does this mean?
> > -aj
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